Record Breaking Diaper Changing

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    LONDON - FEBRUARY 28: New mother Vicky Lett changes the nappy of her 5 week-old baby Kiki February 28, 2005 at home in London, England. The Labour party have today revealed plans to give new mothers an extra 3 months maternity leave which would see it extended to nine months by 2007. The proposal comes in the run up to the general election campaign. (Photo by Graeme Robertson/Getty Images)

    In an effort to heighten the awareness of cloth diapers, one organization is going to shoot for a Guinness world record breaking diaper changing.

    The Great Cloth Diaper Change is planning a mass changing on April 23rd at 9:00 a.m. Events are being created all over the Bay Area, and anyone can join in.

    The Examiner points out the average baby has 6 diaper changes a day and wears diapers for about two years, which works out to 4,380 diapers. The group is pushing for people to use cloth diapers that can be cleaned and reused, rather than filling our landfills with the plastic ones.