15,000 Facebook fans!! Woo Hoo! Time to celebrate! Anyone interested in a GIVEAWAY!?

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All About Cloth Diapers has reached 15,000 Facebook fans!!! We are so excited and thankful for all of your amazing support. What a blessing it is to have so many wonderful fans!

Autumn took a leap of faith by allowing me to join the All About Cloth Diapers family. I am so happy that she did. This past month has been amazing. There are so many exciting things in store! Both Autumn and I are so glad to have you all here to share them with us.

In celebration and in thanks of this HUGE milestone Autumn is graciously offering TWO amazing cloth diapers for you to win.

 

-bumGenius Freetime All-In-One OS Snapped Hummingbird

-TotBots Easyfit OS Snapped Fox n Spots

Free

 

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About Jennifer Reinhardt

Jennifer is a 33 year old SAHM to one beautiful little girl named Sophia. She closed her business, Curves, when she found out she was pregnant so she could stay home with her. Jennifer fell in love with cloth diapers even before Sophia was born and searches for ways every day to share the love!

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419 Responses to “15,000 Facebook fans!! Woo Hoo! Time to celebrate! Anyone interested in a GIVEAWAY!?”

  1. Erin K Says:

    I’d actually like to see more detergent trials and reviews.

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  2. may Says:

    Night time solutions

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  3. Krista C Says:

    I would also like to see some reviews on cloth trainers.
    I’ve been really wondering about fabric softener. I don’t use anything, but some the fabric gets a little rough. I’m all for a cheap, natural solution…

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  4. Amanda Says:

    Would like to see a post about different types of flat folds.

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  5. Marian F. Says:

    Potty training would be nice. Any cloth trainers that you would recommend as well as any tips. I like the reviews that I have read on your blog so far.

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  6. Kristin Says:

    Yay for 15,000 fans! I’d love to try a Tots Bots on my new baby coming in July! I’d like more posts about stripping diapers :)

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  7. Kelli Darter Says:

    I would love to get some ideas for a potty-trained (mostly) 3-year-old who still needs a nighttime diaper, but doesn’t want to feel like a baby. I am tired of spending money on pull-ups, those are easy for her to put on herself.

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  8. Jessica O Says:

    Cloth diapering a toddler and a newborn at the same time! That would be really useful to me!

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  9. Stephanie Slavy Says:

    nighttime solutions

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  10. Rachel Bilodeau Says:

    All of your posts have been very helpful. The only issue I’m having is finding a good affodable night time solution.

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  11. Michelle H Says:

    A review on older children and bedwetting options would be great, if possible. I have a seven yr old who still occasionally wets because he sleeps so deeply.

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  12. katie l Says:

    Night time solutions or toddler diapers would be great

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  13. Georgia Monroe Says:

    How about traveling while using cloth diapers? I am due with our 1st baby in April and this has been a big question for me! We travel a lot, from overnight to about a week, and only sometimes have access to a washer machine. Maybe also a post on handwashing?

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  14. Candice Says:

    I’m having ammonia buildup problems! I’d love to hear about solutions including boiling your inserts.

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  15. Candice Says:

    I’d love to read about solutions to ammonia buildup including boiling your inserts!

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  16. Wendi Niccole Says:

    Tutorial on making wool shorties and longies with wool sweaters.

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  17. Sam C Says:

    I am trying to get away from microfiber and switch to more natural materials.. but have no idea where to really start. There are so many different inserts and brands! Comparisons would be great!

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  18. Elaine Pelley Says:

    Brand comparison. Washing tips.

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  19. Kristi Says:

    I would love to see a topic on flats and prefolds. I LOVED using flats on my newborns because you could get a great fit and they were so trim. Plus using “alternatives” like flour sack towels.
    Another issue on diapering on the cheap and making your own diapers from things you have around the house or can buy easily at second hand and thrift shops.
    Another idea is diapers that are great for young children that still need protection at night (and not just light training pants.) “Bed wetting” is a regular occurrence for many children and so many mom’s end up resulting in switching back to disposables because there doesn’t seem to be many options out there for children once they get beyond 35-40lbs unless they are only wetting small amounts at night.

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  20. Chris Mattatall Says:

    nighttime diapers for heavy wetters and potty training :)

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  21. Cassaundra Says:

    I have looked through all you have posted yet but a getting started guide with a comparison of the different types of diapers and what they work best for and how many to buy for how often you want to do laundry

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  22. Michelle Mousa Says:

    Iwould love to see a Flip review (and giveaway, lol)

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  23. Katie Says:

    The thing that interests me the most right now is potty training. Maybe the advantages/ disadvantages of potty training with cloth diapers vs disposables. My two year is old is potty training but still in cloth at night. I currently have another one on the way so there are still lots of cloth diapers in my future!

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  24. Susan L. M. Says:

    Maybe a comparison of who has the best aplix, and who has the best snaps??

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  25. jennifer laur Says:

    i would love to see posts about repairing diapers (replacing elastic, velcro, etc).

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  26. Brandi Powell Says:

    I would say repairing/making your own diapers.

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  27. Avena Says:

    I would love to see how people creatively store their cloth diapers. I’m new to cloth diapering, and they are so bulky.

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  28. christy i Says:

    What to do for ammonia!

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  29. Kelly wilheln Says:

    Organizing tips! Newborn diaper recommendations. Tall and skinny diaper reviews.

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  30. Mercedes Says:

    Would love to have a list of made in Canada and made in USA cloth diapers. Don’t like purchasing made in China products even if it’s American or Canadian company.

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  31. irina Says:

    I would like more info on reselling my diapers!

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  32. Jacqueline Says:

    I would love to hear about clothing brands that work well with cloth diaper booties!

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  33. Anna Heath Says:

    How to best sell your diapers when you are finished with them. Nighttime solutions. Using wool with clothes over top.

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  34. Sarah Hull Says:

    I would like to see a post on how to repair cloth diapers. I am using my set of cloth diapers on my second child and the elastic is starting to wear out on some and the aplix is curling up. Is it worth it to replace it or should I cut my losses and buy new ones?

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  35. jessica fletcher Says:

    How to actually save money and stop buy more diapers!! I’m addicted!!

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  36. Anne Perry Says:

    Selling diapers… I have some I’d like to sell or swap.

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  37. Jennifer Says:

    diapering and washing on a budget (ie handwashing… i could help you with that one… got over a year under my belt doing that but i get a lot of questions about it!)

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  38. misa Says:

    Oh, and I always appreciate comparisons of brands, cheap options versus expensive, i.e. which are worth the price, which are comparable for less.

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  39. Lisa Jennings Says:

    Organizing diapers would be helpful!

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  40. Amy J Says:

    I would like to see/read about: Diaper Sprayers(maybe you already did a post on it and I need to find it, but I would like to see pros, cons of using one, and see which ones are worth purchasing); or a post centered on making your on diapers with resources for fabrics,etc. ; or maybe a post that I somewhat off topic yet dealing with motherhood(maybe tip for parenting more than three children, etc. Thank you!????

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  41. misa Says:

    My baby boy was just born a few days ago and is still too small to fit the cloth diapers I have purchased, but every day I am looking forward to using those more and more!

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  42. jessamyn Says:

    Yes, I like the idea of diaper repair and restore. I have several that need the velcro replaced. wondering if companies offer new velcro to replace it yourself. I know G diapers does. Also, I have gotten some pocket diaper handmedowns and wondering how to freshen up the cloth liners, they are grey, not white.

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  43. Becca F Says:

    What your ultimate dream stash would look like?

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  44. Judith Martinez Says:

    I’d like to see some updated washing info.

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  45. Amanda Alvarado Says:

    I’d love to see some simple sewing patterns for shorts/pants that will fit over cloth diapers!

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  46. cat g Says:

    washing washing and washing!
    reviews and open public votes on what everyone is using/buying

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  47. fayme s Says:

    cleaning styles/products or organization

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  48. Melanie M. Says:

    I am very interested in these new Boingos I’ve seen around. Maybe a review?

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  49. cayla Says:

    I would like a perfect homemade CD laundry detergent. Have read so many conflicting ideas I’m too afraid to try any of them!

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  50. Bonita Says:

    How to organize diapers (and keep them organized) with more than one in diapers.

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  51. Heather Says:

    I’d love to see a post about repairing diapers and knowing when a diaper is done for! I’m CDing my 4th child, and reusing most of the diapers I had 6 years ago with her sister. I’m having problems with some of them leaking right through the back! (for the time being, I just throw wool over the ones that aren’t working great!)

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  52. Christa Says:

    more about repairing cloth diapers

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  53. pang Says:

    Comparison of doublers

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  54. Crysten Says:

    I started CD with my youngest at 8 months.. expecting another baby this year and want to start from birth.. I’m nervous!

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  55. Patty Mills Says:

    I have no suggestions. I’m sorry.

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  56. Rachel N Says:

    I would like to see some posts about folding and pinning plain old flat diapers.

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  57. Lindsey L. Says:

    I would like to see cures for why I keep getting yeast or rash on my DD. Or if anyone else has this problem?

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  58. Lynn Says:

    I’m looking forward to trying out cloth diapers once my little one arrives in a few months. Love all the info you provide!

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  59. Jessica Says:

    love learning more about cloth diapers, there is always something to learn!

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  60. Larissa V Says:

    I really enjoy reading about comparisons between different brands and how they compare (bamboo inserts of one brand vs another brand.)

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  61. Anne Adams Says:

    Just referred a friend here that’s looking to use cloth on her first…so much good info here!

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  62. Kilie Says:

    I would love basic information on cloth diapering! Also, I’d love to know which brands of diapers are the least bulky and which are the best fitting for all body types!

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  63. Justine Says:

    Trying cloth diapers out for the first time. Would love to win!

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  64. Danielle dickens Says:

    I’d love some ideas for nighttime wearing for a heavy nighttime wetter.

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  65. Karissa Oien Says:

    Info on hybrids or AI2s would be good! :)

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  66. kelsi Says:

    I am really excited about this blog. What a great resource for cloth diapering! I feel like it is uncharted territory yet something I have always wanted to do and WILL do; this blog makes me feel more prepared! Thanks :)

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  67. Renee Says:

    I would love to see a post about what diapers best fit toddlers! I’m increasing my stash, but my son is about to turn one and i don’t want to buy things that he may grow out of :/

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  68. Jen Nutter Says:

    review/howto: prefolds: what not made to go around the babe, what is. :) with a flat how to if you do choose

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  69. Maggie Says:

    I’d love to know more about repairing cloth diapers.

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  70. Katherine Says:

    I am new to cloth diapering and am interested in learning all I can. Any information you give is great!

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  71. Katy Emanuel Says:

    Some ideas for night time diapering a child who is potty training or just potty trained, but still needs something at night.

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  72. Faith Says:

    I would love to see more on stripping diapers once they’ve been used for a while!

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  73. Vicki Hall Says:

    I would love to see more cloth diaper washing and stain removal tips.

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  74. Teca P. Says:

    It’s nice to read what real life is like with kids, and cloth diapers, and all the rest. It’s nice to know that other people are in a similar boat!

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  75. Crystalyn Says:

    I want ways to keep it cheap, maybe diy stuff? Idk

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  76. Anna Says:

    I’d love to learn more about fitteds/prefolds and wool for newborns

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  77. Wendy T. Says:

    I’d love more info on making my own hybrids. And also tips on which inserts (hemp, bamboo, etc) work best for nighttime. There’s so many options it’s a little overwhelming.

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  78. Peggy Says:

    I follow your blog, my daughter uses cloth diapers and I babysit every day and love using them. I gave her your blog site to follow a long time ago and she loves it.

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  79. Wendy T. Says:

    Amazing giveaway! I’ve been wanting to try both of these brands. Thanks for the chance!

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  80. Shannon Ropp Says:

    I would like to see more about making your own diapers.

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  81. Stephanie Jackson Says:

    Maybe using cloth on a newborn

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  82. Laura Russell Says:

    My first baby is due this spring. I’m excited and nervous about cloth diapering.
    I’ve been reading a lot about the best newborn cloth diapers…and still unsure what brands I want to go with. I’d like more info on cloth diapering newborns.

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  83. Jessica Lingle Says:

    I would love to see some stuff about hybrid systems and maybe flats.

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  84. Cassie Says:

    Love reading all the posts. Cloth diapering my 2nd child who is 5 weeks old. Trying to get the hang of it but loving it!!!

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  85. E. Diane Macauley Says:

    A lot of cloth diapering seems to be trial and error, so more on what different cover/insert combo’s have worked for different problems – like skinny but very heavy night time wetter – would be helpful. Especially since parents can sometimes be tired and brains may not work at %100 at all times ^_^

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  86. Mommagina3335 Says:

    I would like to see some how to’s on making your own diapers on a budget. Nothing difficult, maybe flats, prefolds or contour diapers.

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  87. Rhonda Says:

    Like another I would like to see more posts about what works well with what and how to use it! I’ve happened across things before that say use this with this, but you have to put this under this….and I never knew!

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  88. Jennifer Says:

    I would like to know more about cloth diapers and life after EBF!! Solids scare me! Especially with pocket diapers lol :)

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  89. Deborah Says:

    I would like to see more posts with photos of diaper comparisons. For people who order only it’s nice to have visual references.

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  90. Amy Says:

    I would like to learn how to use cloth diapers on skinny newborns! What brands really work? I couldn’t use cloth until my son was over a month old bc his legs were so skinny! Even the extras smalls were too big. He was not a preemie either

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  91. Sarah G. Says:

    I’m new to cloth diapering and trying to build my stash. I’d like to see a post comparing the more expensive diapers to some of the lower priced options. Do you pay for what you get or does cost not always equal quality?

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  92. Cara Says:

    I would like to see more posts about things that are typically “bad” in cloth diapering. Loved the stain post, the tide/oxyclean post too! I always wondered if those things were really all that bad, now I know they aren’t!

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  93. Johnny Rachel Miller Says:

    We would love a detailed post about the highs and lows of baby poop in CD’s going from EBF to solids. The thought just scares me to the point of wanting put off solids for as long as possible!

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  94. Tannis W Says:

    I like the first comment about whether or not an expensive diaper like a goodmama is worth it, or if its all hype because of the brand. Currently I’m looking for cloth 101 kind of articles, and how to wash with a front loading washing machine. Baby’s due April 1 and I’m trying to get my stash prepared!

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  95. Lisa H. Says:

    I’d like to see a post about which inserts work well together. I can’t use just microfiber or just hemp so I combine but I’m always wondering if I use the right combo.

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  96. Cristina Says:

    Love the site! Congratulations! I always look forward to news updates. : )

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  97. Angela Norman Says:

    Maybe something about whether it is really worth it to buy an expensive diaper such as goodmama

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  98. Meredith Birdwell Says:

    I need help with finding a diaper that doesn’t leak at night. Help!

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  99. Heidi Says:

    Congratulations.
    I’d like more posts on saving money using cloth.

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  100. Maegan W. Says:

    A post about hand washing diapers would be cool. With the weather being the way it is I’ve been afraid the washer would stop working!

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