KellyWels.com Cloth Diaper Ambassadors

The KellyWels.com Cloth Diaper Ambassador Team are cloth diaper industry experts who love to advocate for cloth diaper awareness and have a passion for writing. Each week my blog will feature blog posts written by the team. Please be sure to visit their blogs and social media pages for more information on cloth diapering.

If you would like to be considered to be a part of this team please contact me and let me know more about you, your blog, your current blog/social media statistics, and why you love cloth diapers. Please allow up to a week for a response.

 

Kelly Wels is a leading cloth diaper expert and advocate who has a passion for helping parents make informed decisions when it comes to how they diaper their babies. Most importantly, Kelly is a mom to three children, Olivia, Hanz and Riley. Kelly spends her free time working on several cloth diapering advocacy projects, including her new book “Changing Diapers: The Hip Mom’s Guide to Modern Cloth Diapering“, loves gardening, and consults with other entrepreneurs on their social media marketing efforts.
Maria Moser is a 30-something married mom of 3 kids, including a cloth diapered 1 year old. She began Change-Diapers.com over three years ago when she switched her middle child to cloth diapers, and had no idea she’d fall so in love with fluff!
Julie Clark is a mama to three crazy kids. She developed a passion for the industry after cloth diapering her twins. She’s a former cloth diaper retailer and the mama behind the Cloth Diaper Geek blog and She Thinks Media, LLC.
Stacey Clover is the CEO / Designer at iCreativeMedia.com. She is a loving wife and mother to two beautiful boys and is well known as one of the top designers in the youth marketing industry with a special focus on cloth diapers. Stacey has been working with Kelly Wels for over 6 years handling all of the web design and graphic design needs for KellyWels.com as well as all sister sites and previous websites that Kelly has been a part of including DiaperShops.com / KellysCloset.com.
Emi Stapler is a military wife, music therapist and mother of two. She kicked her green living aspirations into high gear while her husband was deployed for 15 months and hasn’t looked back. When she is not keeping up with her kids, cooking or crafting, she can be found researching the latest products and shopping online. Emi is the author of The Cloth Diaper Report and Easy Peasy Japanesey.
Anne Sweden is a work-at-home mother of six children who believes cloth diapering is not just affordable and responsible, but lots of fun, too! She regularly shares tips, reviews and giveaways at the Zephyr Hill Blog.
Elizabeth AKA “Bert” Anderson is a married stay-at-home mom of two residing in the Twin Cities. She started using cloth diapers in 2009 as a first time mom. Don’t be too impressed by her ambition, her husband told her they were doing it to save money. After a few weeks of using cloth diapers she fell in love and wants to tell anyone she meets that if she can do it ANYONE can do it! Bert loves to write about cloth diapers, being a mom, and her recently acquired healthy lifestyle on her blog First Time Mom. After all, there’s a first time for everything!
Jenny is the writer behind the Cloth Diaper Revival blog. She shares about her experiences with her cloth diaper obsession. Jenny loves to evangelize about cloth diapers, as it has become a true passion since cloth diapering her son. Cloth diapering has provided a way for her family to save money so that she could quit her job as a teacher and become a stay at home mom. Jenny hopes to share that there are easy, affordable ways to save money when having children.
Elia is the homeschooling mom of 4 behind the blog Conservamom. She got turned onto cloth diapering when her # 3 started having issues with disposable diapers and hasn’t looked back since. She loves how much diapers have evolved and changed and they are no longer the same diapers her Abuelita (Grandmother) used. You can always find a review,giveaway or natural living tips on her page.
Jenna is blogs over at A Mama Collective. She has three beautiful daughters who cause a lot of chaos and joy in her life. She also has a husband who is gracious and kind, and who looks away when cloth diaper mail arrives.
Nissa is a basic researcher and technical writer who holds a PhD in the life sciences. She lives in Minnesota with her husband and two children. Her family has three years of cloth diapering experience and Nissa started blogging at Cloth Diaper Guru in 2012 in an effort to improve her writing and stay sane among the chaos of parenting.

Former Ambassadors

Lisa Johnston is the mom blogger of four behind BetweentheKids.com. She has been cloth diapering her kiddos since 2001, and she shares her cloth diapering and natural parenting experiences and tips on her blog as well as a continuation of her blog at MomHouston.com, an extension of The Houston Chronicle. Lisa is also a Labor Doula and local cloth diaper group leader in the Houston, Texas area as well as a full time staff writer for ICouldUseaDeal.com.
Julie is a semi-stay-at-home mom to her handsome son J.T. and wife to hubby Jered who is a teacher and pastor. J.T. provided her motivation to start Cloth Diapering! Not wanting to expose his little bum to all those chemicals in disposables and not returning to work full time, she was looking for a safe and inexpensive alternative. Cloth Diapering were her answer! Julie considers herself an advocate for cloth diapers and with her blog, My ClothDiaper Stash, she hopes to share her passion and help others reap the benefits too.
Pollyanna is a stay at home, US Navy wife and mother of three. She started her cloth diapering journey in 2011, currently has two in diapers. Pollyanna considers herself a cloth diaper advocate and hopes her blog can help parents “make the switch to cloth diapers”. When she is not blogging she enjoys sewing,cleaning,and finding new ways be Eco-friendly.
Calley Pate is a 30-something wife and mom of 2 with a love for the environment. Her passion led her to cloth diapering and all things related to natural parenting. Calley is a Biologist turned Social Media & Marketing addict who enjoys spending all day online talking about diapers and gets to call it work. You can find Calley on The Eco Chic blog, hosting cloth diaper Twitter Parties at Eco Chic Parties, and working behind the scenes with many of your favorite cloth diapering companies including DiaperShops.com/Kelly’s Closet and itti bitti.
Kim Rosas is the blogger behind www.dirtydiaperlaundry.com home of the largest collection of cloth diaper videos on the web. She also started the only searchable cloth diaper database www.clothdiaperfinder.com.
Autumn Beck is a Christian homeschooling mom of 5 and in her “spare” time loves to write at All About Cloth Diapers. She began cloth diapering in 2004, and loved it so much that in 2008, wrote the Ultimate Guide to Cloth Diapers to give others a smooth entrance into this often overwhelming journey.
Stacy is a stay-at-home mom to four kids ranging in age from 1 to 8. She has been cloth-diapering for almost 3 years and is a self-proclaimed “diaper addict”. She loves trying new diapers and discussing all things diaper-related. She’s also striving to live more “greenly” in her home and loves finding new ways to do so.
Tara is the owner of Padded Tush Stats, a cloth diaper website that provides reviews of diapers based on survey responses completed by owners of cloth diapers. Reviews sort statistics by how different diapers work for different baby types (chunky baby, heavy wetter, skinny baby, etc.) and on the functionality of the diaper (fit, absorbency, etc.). She is also the owner of the Cloth Diaper Retailer Database, where you can search for a cloth diaper brand you are looking for and see what retailers carry the diaper and compare shipping, reward programs, location, and more.

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