Baba+Boo Blog

Love your nappies? Thank my Dad.

Love your nappies? Thank my Dad.

Not throwing anything away has always been as natural to me as brushing your teeth twice a day. We didn’t even have a bin in the house when I was g...

Recycling: the last resort

Recycling: the last resort

As long as recycling is seen as a solution, instead of a last resort, then the recycling of single-use nappies is a worrying trend that will stand in the way of the essentials - reduction and reuse.

Doing your bit - the fun way

Doing your bit - the fun way

You know what you should be doing to be planet-kind. Turning off your chargers. Eating less meat. Going reusable. But let’s face it, it’s not easy ...

Alternative facts, dodgy stats and a thumbs down for the Environment Agency

Alternative facts, dodgy stats and a thumbs down for the Environment Agency

"Did you know that when people quote 'facts' that reusables nappies are nearly as bad for the environment as single use, then they are usually quoting an Environment Agency report? Find out how you can reply when people throw these 'facts' at you - and why it's vital that the Environment Agency updates its report.

Nappies are single use plastic too – and it’s Time For a Change

Nappies are single use plastic too – and it’s Time For a Change

"We need to tackle the biggest offenders with the easiest solutions. And that’s nappies. It’s Time For a Change - it’s time to ditch our single-use nappy habit and make reusables the new normal."

What you can do with your pre-loved cloth nappies

What you can do with your pre-loved cloth nappies

A question we are often asked is what mums can do with their nappies once their little one has potty trained. So here we are - a little list of what you can do with your nappies. It actually breaks our heart a little to think of cloth nappies going to landfill, so check below to see what you can do to avoid that.

The gift of cloth nappies

The gift of cloth nappies

Using just one cloth nappy a day saves 900 single use nappies going to landfill - and is so much kinder to parents’ pockets. Surely that’s a gift worth giving?

Our plastic free packaging

Our plastic free packaging

Sometimes little actions have a big impact. Big retailers won’t reduce the amount of packaging, and the materials they use, until they know that customers care.

Seven tips for cutting your family food waste

Seven tips for cutting your family food waste

Aaaah food. The stuff you lovingly plan and prepare, so that your children experience a wealth of new tastes, and receive a perfect balance of the ...

Using cloth nappies on holiday

Using cloth nappies on holiday

You love your cloth nappies but what about holidays and the ever-decreasing weight allowance and don't even mention the room in the car for holiday...

Changing the language of waste

Changing the language of waste

We want 60% of babies to wear reusable nappies by 2020. Ambitious? Yes. But let's give it a shot. And you can help. There's a very small thing tha...

Making reusables the new normal

Making reusables the new normal

Making reusables the new normal   Five years’ ago I used my reusable shopping bag every time I went shopping. It seemed obvious. Why would I have a...