gDiapers

how it all began.

All good stories start somewhere. This one started with breakfast.

how it all began

just the facts.

Jason and Kim Graham-NyeOne day over breakfast, Jason and Kim Graham-Nye came across an interesting fact. They found that conventional disposable diapers are the third largest contributors to landfills in the world. And yet! Only five percent of the population uses them. Crazy. It was a fact of stunning proportion met by another amazing fact: a single disposable diaper can take up to 500 years to biodegrade in the landfill. That got the Graham-Nyes thinking, since they were about to have a baby themselves. At 60 diapers a week until toilet training kicks in plus the likelihood of having more than one child, well, it was beyond comprehension. And so they gasped. Did they want to jump on the landfill train? Absolutely not! What would the neighbors say? How would they face the world on Earth Day? And what about their garbage can? A heavy thought, indeed.

So Jason and Kim did what any two self respecting, socially responsible people do in a situation like that, they began researching an alternative. Obviously, disposables were out. Cloth used too much water for the water conscious couple living in drought-stricken Australia. And then they found it. A company in Tasmania made flushable diapers. An earth friendly option in their own backyard! They were delighted. Just a small shipping charge away and an order was on its way. The idea went over big with family and friends.

And so, Jason and Kim brought this revolutionary new concept to the U.S. (along with their baby and dog). They now know everything there is to know about diapers. They can recite data in their sleep. Drop them a line sometime to say hi, or if you're inclined, to say thanks for keeping diapers out of landfills. And please, pass the word.

By the way, Kim and Jason are now the proud parents of two boys, Fynn and Harper. gDiapered from day one.

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