Anybody born on or before the 20th century, is well conversant with napkins. These were clothes which a child was wrapped with, to avoid excreting on their clothes. When they got dirty, they would be removed, washed and reused. Once a child had overgrown the napkin age, the napkins could be washed and stored to wait for the next visiting child. New generation parents however have embraced pampers with both hands, even though they cannot be reused. From what we have seen, don't traditional napkins help save money and resources? Why would one still prefer the pampers over napkins?