by Kelli Martinelli
It started in Portland. A playdate for local parents and babies at gHQ. Then you jumped in and said “We want that, too!” And we replied with “Totally. Let’s do this.” And so you worked together to create meet-ups in your neck of the woods, all of them under the simple name of “gTea”. You took the initiative to get to know your community off
Meet Jess and James, a sea-faring couple determined to live life simply, even as they bring a baby in to this world. We will follow along as their story unfolds of life on a boat with a brand new baby.
I did not see the top. I did not blow kisses to my kids from the top of Mt Hood as I had promised them I would. I did what it seems like I do often in life: come up short and somewhere in the middle. It was devastating.
The disposable diaper problem extends well beyond the borders of developed nations. Reusable diapers are a luxury, unavailable to families in some of the world’s most distressed regions. The following article was originally posted on The Green Mama.
Diapers for Guatemala
Last year when I went to Guatemala with my baby and young daughter, I was horrified. Yes, at the spiders and scorpions and Giardia, but even more at
Here’s Mr. Portland himself, as introduced in our Meet the gTeam post. Please say hello to
Director of Global Operations – 5 ½ years at gDiapers.
“Short version – I buy it and ship it. I work closely with our manufacturing partners, warehouses and logistics providers making sure our products get produced, shipped and delivered.