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'Conversations with Chris' featuring Central Arkansas Diaper Bank's Allyson Pittman Gattin

A newborn baby can go through eight to twelve diapers every day. That's a minimum of 3,000 a year. And for new mothers who are struggling financially, that can lead to tough choices. "One in three families have diaper insecurity. They don't have enough diapers already and they don't know if they're going to have enough money to buy them," says Allyson Pittman Gattin, a board member at the Central Arkansas Diaper Bank. "There are families today questioning whether to buy food or diapers for their children, and that is a horrible position to be in." Read more here: ©KATV, LLC
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