Ever since I was a young girl, I’ve always wanted to make a difference in the world. My love for animals and nature kept me day dreaming about ways I could make a difference. No matter how small it was.
I used to save money up in a jar for months at a time, then donate it to “The save the Tiger Fund” to try and save my favorite animal. (This organization now goes by a different name). I felt like the few dollars I donated could really make a difference. That fueled a love and desire to make the world a better place for everyone who lives on it.
As the years passed, I stopped saving up money for big cats in Russia and put my mind to my education. That passion to make a difference never left me. I always tried to do thrifty and fun eco friendly things such as making purses out of recycled soda can holders. I even made necklaces out of soda can tops! Anyone remember those? Then I moved to decorating glass jars to store school supplies in. The list goes on and on but you catch my drift; I loved to recycle and reuse! I learned at an early age how important that was.
Once I met my husband and had children, I knew deep down that I had to try to preserve what little I could towards their future. Having a child was a big eye-opener for me! That’s when the cloth diaper love kicked in high gear.
I always loved the mantra “Reduce, Reuse, Recycle” and loved that it could apply to everything from what I ate to what I put on my kiddos backside. My oldest daughter started in cloth diapers around 2-3 weeks old. We were hesitant at first since we weren’t too sure how they worked but we quickly caught on with a ton of trial and error under our belts. We knew that this was the only diapering method that was right for us.
When I saw how brilliant the concept was behind cloth diapering, I knew I had to share the love with family and friends. Not everyone was as keen on the idea of cloth as I was. Many thought “that’s gross” or “how unsanitary”. Well it is neither gross nor unsanitary, however I let those comments roll off my back since I knew it was being said out of lack of information on the subject.
That’s when I had a thought, how about providing our community with a service that handles the “gross” part and educates parents that cloth is not a thing of the past but rather that it’s the new wave of the future? That is when Nature’s Premiere was born!
Since then we have serviced hundreds of families and educated countless others on the benefits of cloth diapering and using more sustainable methods of diapering as well!
Taking our love for the environment, our love of children and the passion to preserve our future for the next generation, has made Nature’s Premiere what it is today. A service available for families who cloth diaper or use compostable diapers. It’s so easy to go green with our service, even if you home launder! All you need is the drive to do it, support from a like minded community and your good to cloth!