Think You Can't Afford a Whole Stash of Top-Quality Reusable Toddler Diapers? You
Ditch Those Disposables With Antsy
Pants™ On Just Your Monthly Diaper Budget
If there's one thing I've most wanted to change about Antsy Pants™ over the three years I have sold them, it is
the cost of "gearing up".
You see, I've known since the start that Antsy Pants™ didn't cost more
over time than disposable diapers or training pants, it's just that many people don't have the money available
all at once to buy a one- to three-day supply of top quality reusable toddler diapers for their child. But,
since Antsy Pants™ really do make potty training easier, I want EVERYONE to be able to get their hands on
So I think I've finally figured out how to make Antsy Pants™ available on a disposable diaper budget. If
you are currently using diaposable diapers full-time on your child, you spend somewhere between $60 and $95 on
diapers every month.
Don't believe me? you can use this diaper budget calculator to figure your current budget out more
One of the things I try to do is make potty training faster and easier for our customers than it would have been
for them if they hadn't used Antsy Pants™. The funny thing is, I did this for myself and my older daughter by
accident. It's only more recently that I've confirmed that some of the decisions I made while she was a tiny baby,
and even before she was born, shaped her potty training experience.
You see, my first child was out of diapers during the day at 27 months. It made me proud when I saw kids at the
park older than her with the tell-tale disposable training pant waist ruffle above their pants.
Several friends with kids around the same age as my daughter had trouble getting their kids out of
diapers. When a number didn't finish potty training until after age 3 1/2, I wondered if there was a
When I met other cloth-diapering mamas whose toddlers also were out of diapers between age 1 1/2 and 2 1/2,
things seemed pretty clear.
I've since done research and while there are no studies as yet that have attempted to prove a causal link between
diapering choice and age at achieving daytime dryness, there are several that support my hypothesis.
What is that hypothesis? Simply put, I believe that disposable diapers containing superabsorbent polymers (SAPs)
are delaying the achievement of a very basic child development milestone, that of daytime dryness. This
developmental delay is keeping the vast majority of our children in diapers far longer than was the case just 30
The overwhelming growth of the disposable diaper industry since the 1970s, with all of their "useful" dry-feel
technologies, have, as a result, pushed the average age at which our children achieve daytime dryness back by a
year just in the last three decades. Those same huge consumer goods corporations would explain away this documented
shift by saying that parents don't push their children to potty train the way our parents and grandparents did.
So what does your gut tell you? Are disposable diapers holding your child back from potty training on a natural
schedule? Are you OK with that? Or does that make you want to pull the plug on that particular vice?
There's a better way to diaper your child, whether or not either one of you is ready to start potty training
just yet. The alternative to the shackles of disposable diapers is what I have dubbed "Wetting Feedback".
Instead of hiding your child's elimination, Antsy Pants™ use each wetting incident as a teaching tool. Antsy
Pants™ feel wet for around 7 minutes each time your child wets, rather than not at all (disposable diapers) or
until you change to a new, clean diaper (other cloth diapers).
This dry/wet/dry feedback loop reinforces your child's learning about what is going on inside that body.
What does all that mean for you? It means faster, easier potty training when you and your child are both
It means you get to be the one to gloat at the parents of the kids at the park who are still in disposable
diapers when your child has moved on to tiny adorable character underwear. It means you will be that much closer to
closing the chapter on the diaper years for your family.
The sooner you start your child on a learning path toward achieving daytime dryness, the faster and easier the
road there will be.
Put Your Diaper Budget to Work For You
I have often heard people say that they couldn't afford to cloth diaper; more times than I can count.
You'll find someone who has done all of the research on cloth diapers and who is convinced that it's the best
way to diaper her child, and yet she just can't seem to pull the trigger. It costs more to start cloth diapering
than it does to keep paying that monthly disposable diaper bill, and so she keeps on paying for the disposables,
even though she knows cloth diapers will save her family money, possibly even a lot of money, in the long run.
It's almost like an addiction, too, since using super-absorbent, super-dry-feeling disposable diapers makes it
harder for your child to learn the very potty skills they need to ditch them for good.
Anyway, starting up with cloth diapers used to cost more. Now it doesn't. Do you remember how I asked you to
calculate the amount you spend on disposable diapers every month? That's because I had a goal in mind when I put
together this very special offer for you. I want to put Antsy Pants™ on a level playing field, so you can choose
them regardless of how much money you may or may not
have in your savings account, and regardless of how close to the credit limit you are on your credit card.
I want you to choose between spending your current monthly diaper budget on diapers that keep your child
stuck in diapers and spending that same money on diapers that will help you get your child out of diapers sooner,
saving you time, hassle, and yes, probably even money, in the process.
You can now buy a specially-prepared Antsy Pants™ package in a revolutionary new way, in 5 monthly
The Antsy Pants™ Easy-Pay Ditch-The-Disposables Package
Here's what's in the package:
- 14-24 Antsy Pants™ Pull-Up Cloth Diapers (a 2-3 day supply) in your choice of size (1T-5) and color (Gender
Neutral, Pretty Girly or Very Boy) so you can relax and skip a day between wash loads. Larger packages are also
available, as are the larger sizes.
- 2 or more Hemp/Cotton night inserts for trim overnight diapering. That way you can really ditch disposable
diapers for good.
- 1 potty training ebook; The Skills-Based Guide to Potty Training to help you prepare yourself and your
little one for potty training to get you through with as little stress as possible.
- 1 Antsy Pants™ User Guide gives you all the details on care and use of your new Antsy Pants™ to keep them
in tip-top condition.
- Our new use, care and potty training tips by email to keep you headed in the right direction.
Instead of investing over $350 all at once to purchase everything above, or making do with a smaller stash than
you really want and feeling strapped to the washer, you pay $74.99 now and the same affordable amount four more
times at 30-day intervals. Top-quality Antsy Pants™ on a disposable diaper budget!
You can pay by credit card or through your PayPal account, and your purchase is covered by our 45-day unconditional return guarantee.
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Pants™ Easy-Pay Ditch-the-Disposables Package right now!
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