A Dry Baby Is A Happy Baby

Most daycares require a daily supply of diapers for participation. Diapers cost from $70 to $80 per month. Infants can take 12 diapers per day and toddlers about 8 diapers per day. For the parents, the lack of diapers causes a great deal of stress due to the financial burden that many people deal with every day. In fact, 1/2 of U.S. households with young children struggle to afford the diapers necessary to keep their children clean, dry and healthy, according to the NDBN Diaper Check in 2023.

What is the definition of “Diaper Need?”
Diaper need is the lack of significant supply of diapers to keep the baby clean, dry and healthy. Diapers cannot be obtained through the federal government food stamp program, children (WIC) program, and women infant programs.

How does the federal government classify diapers?
Diapers are classified in the same category as Alcohol, tobacco, and cigarettes. Today’s youth is the future of generations, the classification set by the federal government is unfair and unhealthy. This is one of the reasons we created this organization.

Emma’s Diaper Boutique was created in honor of Emma Wilson Davis. She embodied love of the innocent, vulnerable and helplessness in our community. This boutique honors her compassion for others by providing diapers for babies to ensure a “Dry, Healthy and Happy Baby”.

Did you know that EDB gave out diapers and wipes to 7 charities last year?

Why diapers:
Children who do not have access to clean #diapers are exposed to health risks such as painful rashes, infections and even more serious side effects such as kidney damage. Please join in and support #scbabies with this basic need.
We need your support and btw, I’m celebrating my 1/2 bd. ?