Apr 24, 2011 3:40 PM by Lindsay Clein
Diaper changing to break a world record-- that's why around 100 babies from across the state gathered in Bozeman Saturday morning. They were here to be part of the world record "Great Cloth Diaper Change 2011."
Babies were lined up on changing tables at 10:30 a.m. ready to get changed into a Grovia all in one diaper donated by the Natural Baby Company store.
Around 500 locations hosted the event worldwide to set a new world record for the most diaper changes all at once.
"It's super exciting to be here supporting cloth diapering," said Participant Dan Bettencourt.
"We've never been part of a world record and we use cloth diapers ourselves and when they said we could get a free one we thought that's a great value," said Participant Anna Fountaine.
"I think it's really exciting because it gets the word out of how important cloth diapering is," said Participant Laura Bettencourt.
"It's just so neat to be a part of something that sets a world record today," said CEO and Founder of Natural Baby Company Kim Ornsby.
Babies came as far as Billings, Great Falls, and Helena for the event.