When you’re facing a mountain of disposable diapers, environmentally responsible parenting can seem impossible.For an easier pass, check out new ecofriendly shop Likerish.A 22-year interior design vet, Tonya Jarrell educates her clients on how small changes can make a big impact (which any dirty-nappie-changing parent already knows). Stocked with green goods like knitted diaper covers and her own private label line of bibs, burpies, and washcloths, the store has plenty from which to choose.Jarrell also offers classes — including a series that teaches you to green your home before baby’s arrival — as well as an organic baby registry, Saturday story mornings, and custom crib bedding made from certified-organic fabrics and yarns.Consider it your sustainable wee-source.Likerish, 220 Sandy Springs Circle, suite 149, Sandy Springs (404-843-8116).CLICKFifth Annual Fall Portrait Fundraiser What: Book your family photo session by the end of October to receive a free print; proceeds benefit Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta.Why: Two birds. One camera.When: Thru Oct. 30.Where: Parker Smith Portraits, 1095 Zonolite Rd., ste. b, Virginia Highland (404-309-1892).DANCEBaby Loves Disco What: Get your tickets in advance ($12 for walkers, crawlers are free), and don your disco-era duds to dance away the day the BLD way, with egg shakers, bubbles, face painting, treats, and DJ Yvonne Monet.Why: Dance, baby, dance.When: Sat., 11 a.m.-2 p.m.Where: The Loft in Midtown, 1374 W. Peachtree St., Midtown.VIEWHomeAid Atlanta’s Sixth Annual Project PlayhouseWhat: Preview playhouses created by Atlanta architects and purchase raffle tickets to win a pint-size dream home that benefits HomeAid Atlanta.Why: Hunt for houses and help the homeless.When: Thru Oct. 10. Sat., 11 a.m.-7 p.m.; Sun., noon-6 p.m. Where: The Avenue Forsyth, The Playhouse Village, 410 Peachtree Pkwy., Cumming (770-781-0333).