the rules. and you can't sit with us. >> reporter: the real bullies may actually be moms. jamie says her daughter rachel was bullied by a classmate's mother when she went to sleepaway camp in seventh grade. >> the mother reached out and called the director of the camp to tell him not to put my daughter into the cabin with her daughter's friends and their friends. they didn't want anything to do with her. it was a terrible experience and it was really the mom leading the charge. >> reporter: rachel was a victim of social engineering. barr in an article viewed online more than 2 million times. >> everyone's heard of the helicopter mom. this is taking it one step further. what they try to do is elevate their own child's social status at the expense of other kids. >> reporter: barr was inspired to write the article after hearing hundreds of stories of kidding being bullied by dulls. >> what is their agenda. >> if their kids are in the group, then their kids will be happy and their kids will be, you know, the forefront of facebook and the photos and these moms really have no pity for
it's almost just a fashion statement. >> christie and jamie decided to use cloth diapers on their 4-month-old son killian. you're using cloth dpiepers. i'm sure people say to you that's crazy. >> we decided to do it because it's cheaper than using disposable diapers, good for the environment. >> reporter: these might even be helping mother earth. every year in the united states 18 billion disposable diapers end up in landfills. >> this is all his diapers, all in one style. this is the inserts that are all >> okay. >> so when it washes this helps clean. >> after he goes, you just throw the whole thing in the hamper. >> and then what i do when it's time to do the laundry, i take the whole bag out and just put the whole thing in the wash. >> reporter: the diapers range from price from 15 to 25 bucks expensive they can save you money in the long run. >> cloth diapers are incredibly cost efficient. if you use disposable diapers around $2400 per kid. if you use cloth diapers you end up spending around $600 per kid and you can use those same cloth diapers with all your other kids, as well.
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