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. Nicole Says:

    More reviews

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  2. Ashley Barrett Says:

    I love to read anything about using wool!

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  3. Cheyenne Says:

    I’d really love to see ore on where I can purchase cloth diapers :)

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  4. jess gilbert Says:

    I like to see how tos about making diapers. Giveaways and reviews

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  5. Kourtney Says:

    Love love love this!

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  6. Leanne W Says:

    I’d love to see reviews and the differences between many different brands and also what makes them so expensive. Thanks!

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  7. Lyndsey Lancaster Says:

    More reviews! :)

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  8. Terri Says:

    Best newborn diapers, I’m looking into prefolds and covers but have always used pockets for my daughter. Also I would love info on potty training with cloth diapers!

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  9. kayla Says:

    Good for you I fell in love w cloth diapers before my LO was born too :)

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  10. Abby Heckendorn Says:

    I would live a good recipe for homemade detergent for diapers.

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  11. Penny G Says:

    Cloth diaper care

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  12. jobie stom Says:

    Replacing elastic information

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  13. Brandi Says:

    More giveaways and reviews on diapers

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  14. Julie Lame Says:

    DIYs on anything baby and giveaways!

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  15. Becki Witherow Says:

    I’m interested in training pants reviews.

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  16. Aislinn Says:

    I would love to see different mamas’ stashes. As a soon-to-be mom just getting into cloth diapering, it can be overwhelming; seeing the stashes of other moms would be helpful to see what I need.

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  17. rebecca Says:

    Id love to see a break down in prices of dispoables and cloth counting in detergent water etc

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  18. Kelly Says:

    How to make your own cloth detergent??? That would be great!

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  19. Amy Hall Says:

    reviews of little known diaper brands

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  20. Jennifer Says:

    I like the suggestion someone had for people new to CD on how to fit the diaper to your baby. I also like the stash building by different budget amount suggestion.

    I would be interested in naptime/nighttime solutions. I am new to cloth diapering (I will be starting when my baby is born) and really am curious what would work. The 18 month old I nanny leaks through her sposies at naptime and in the middle of the night.

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  21. Angela Grady Says:

    Washing with hard water. I have read the blogs on this topic and they are very helpful. I wish I would have read them before adding vinegar to my Charlie Banana inserts turning them yellow…ughh! But do I need to add a water softener such as Calgon to the end rinse cycle after washing as well as the wash cycle? If I don’t add Calgon to the end rinse cycle won’t that last rinse cycle deposit more hard water minerals onto my squeaky clean diapers? Also, of all the conventional laundry detergents Autumn uses to get a once in a while deep clean, why does she use Purex free and clear. Does it have less harmful effects than say Tide or All free and clear?

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  22. Amanda O'Neal Says:

    Love giveaways!!

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  23. Kristy Hughes Says:

    I’d love to see more on potty training. I’ll be starting that journey here soon.

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  24. Lori Says:

    how to go about selling diapers that are not working for your little one.

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  25. All Natural Katie Says:

    I would like to see more how-tos about accessories.

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  26. Patricia B Says:

    I like to read posts about child safety, cloth diapers, car seats for bigger kids, and giveaways lol

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  27. Katy M. Says:

    I would love a review on detergents – what works best/price/pros/cons/etc.. Thanks!!

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  28. LeeAnn Boggs Says:

    You can never have too many posts about cloth diapering :) I am going to be new to it and I am trying to gather as much information as I can. I definitely don’t want to be prepared when the little one gets here.

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  29. Sarah Says:

    I was not successful with cloth diapers the first time, but now, with baby #2, I really want to try again. Thank you for providing all of these tools and resources and making it less scary. It’s not! It’s just not what everyone does these days. Instead we use chemical-laden materials. Again, second time’s the charm!

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  30. Allison E Says:

    more reviews on cloth diapers! :D

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  31. Vivian Says:

    This is probably common but night time diapering! We have resorted to disposables and the ammonia the night time diapers are unbearable.

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  32. Ashley Pistolis Says:

    Thinking up new ideas has got to be hard! It seems like Autumn has already covered just about everything fluffy-butt related.
    How about an article on cloth diaper friendly diaper bags? You could see how the more expensive brands [love my Ju*Ju*Be, but I could have bought a bunch of diapers with that money :)] compare to less expensive brands.

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  33. Catherine W Says:

    Review Moraki!!!!

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  34. melisa Says:

    Starting solids or problem feeding solids

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  35. t Says:

    Im interested im WAHM potty trainer review. I could alao go for how to best wash them.

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  36. Carolyn Says:

    I love your website, thank you for hosting this giveaway!

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  37. Sharon Fuller Says:

    I’m going to echo some of the other commenters and say info about wool. I was actually given some wool covers but I have no idea if they will work or what to do with them if they don’t.

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  38. Caroline B Says:

    I always like reviews, they are always helpful!

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  39. Jessica Hughes Says:

    Wool for beginners and storage solutions!

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  40. Kera Adams Says:

    How to wash diapers with hard well water with an he machine.

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  41. Raquel Beaty Says:

    Wool is a good topic. Ways to build a nice stash on a budget, maybe some DIY sewing tips?

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  42. auschick Says:

    infant diapering reviews/tips/suggestions!

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  43. Tracie D Says:

    Wool, lanolizing tips or resale tips.

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  44. Laura K Says:

    Would love to see a post on transitioning from EBF poop to solids!

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  45. Rachel Says:

    Wool is always a good topic!

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  46. Christy Says:

    I would just like to see reviews. I would especially like to know about budget options!

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  47. Kim Says:

    Pictures of diapers on different babies

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  48. kelly Says:

    The differences between the bg’s

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  49. Alyssa J Says:

    Why do Bum Genius elastic give out and need to be replaced? Is there a company that will replace it for you?

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  50. Brittney E. Says:

    I’d like to see an article on cloth diapering on a budget.

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  51. Laurie Says:

    I’d love a comprehensive review of newborn cloth diapering options.

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  52. Caitlin Says:

    Wool! Interested for overnight but unsure I want to invest until I learn more

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  53. Jessica Long Says:

    woven wraps or how to wrap w/o one

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  54. Julie Ghrist Says:

    Detergent. Using tide. Washing

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  55. Michaele H Says:

    I don’t really know! There’s so much info on here.. But congrats. Maybe more about fitteds and wool?

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  56. Tracy Gordon Says:

    I would like to see a post on laundry care and how and when to strip your diapers.

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  57. Tracy Gordon Says:

    I would like to see a post on laundry care and how to strip and when to strip.

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  58. Amy H Says:

    I liike to read about what diapers work for different moms and see stashes :)

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  59. Jill Says:

    any new products

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  60. Kortney Picker Says:

    I really like posts on anything dealing with natural products and babies, these are the most relevant posts to me right now!

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  61. Barbie Trahan Says:

    I would love to see reviews on different diapers for different budgets! I’m just starting out on CD and its so overwhelming trying to figure out the best for our budget!

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  62. Alyssa C Says:

    Reviews on different cloth diaper brands and products! Laundry information.. in regards to detergents, and ways to launder the diapers being the most energy efficient.

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  63. AmyH Says:

    I had a hard time finding information on how to store your diapers from one child to the next. My toddler potty trained, and I wasn’t sure how to store the diapers until the next baby arrived.

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  64. Amanda Temple Says:

    I would love some reviews on wool. I hear SO much about it, but have no idea where to begin!

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  65. Krista T. Says:

    I would love to see detergent reviews. Especially on brands like Claudia’s Choices and Laundry Tarts (variety of scents).

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  66. Melissa C. Says:

    dealing with sensitive skin

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  67. Laurie P Says:

    I’m always interested in reading posts on diapers that fit well for BIG babies. It’s difficult finding just the right fit for my little chunk.

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  68. Taylor Schell Says:

    I’d like to see reviews on different kinds of disposable liners. I also love fitted diapers and have a super heavy wetter so I’d like to see reviews on fitted diapers and ideas on nighttime diapering for heavy wetters

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  69. Billie Jo Hayes Says:

    Love to see reviews and new products

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  70. Claire Rheinheimer Says:

    I like the idea mentioned above about a post for new cloth diaperers like me. (I don’t think that was a word. :))

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  71. Allison Says:

    I need advice on night time ideas for my 3 year old. She is out of diapers during the day but needs diapers still at night. We love BG but the rise is too small for her.

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  72. Viv Sluys Says:

    I’m new to your blog so I’m not sure if you’ve done this (although it looks like you have everything about diapering!) but I’ve been thinking about knock off’s lately. I’ve heard about (not sure about the validity of it though) WAHM’s buying cheap China diapers, sewing their own label on them and selling them as their own.

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  73. Alex Liz Robinson Says:

    I would love to see a lot of caring for cloth diapers. Tips and tricks for cleaning them would be great.

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  74. Jay Dee Says:

    I’d like to see some info about diaper sprayers.

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  75. Kielly Hacker Says:

    I would like to learn more about wool covers.

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  76. Kassi Peerman Says:

    I would like to see some reviews on lalabye baby diapers

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  77. Mary Says:

    reviews, reviews, reviews!

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  78. Joelle S. Says:

    I love your reviews! Always interested in reading reviews of new items before I buy them.

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  79. Melanie Says:

    Your website is very well rounded and covers everything from A to Z!

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  80. Erin R Says:

    How about washing diapers as related to energy efficiency? Cold wash options, drying options, fewer rinses, etc…

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  81. Christine M Says:

    I like seeing the new products that come out and if they are worth investing in, accessories and such.

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  82. Morgan E. Says:

    Washing diapers and how when it isn’t washed correctly it leads to diaper rash. How to identify what’s going wrong in the washing process to cause diaper rash.

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  83. AmberH Says:

    I really really really need to know what to expect for cloth diapering overseas! Should I start hoarding detergent? Are cloth diapers cheaper in Japan/Europe/Guam? I would love for you to invite a guest blogger or maybe if you know someone who has those answers…

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  84. Randi S Says:

    I love seeing reviews personally..and I like the idea mentioned above about building a stash for various budgets…

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  85. Allison Says:

    Some additional info about how different diapers fit under clothes, I’ve noticed some of mine are huge and others are more trim!

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  86. April M Says:

    I’d like to see reviews on how popular home sewing diaper patterns perform once made.

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  87. christine k Says:

    handwashing tips

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  88. Beth Ann Says:

    I’ve noticed a lot of people don’t really know or understand wool covers, so they often miss out on the awesome benefits (WE LOVE WOOL!) or give up on overnight cloth-ing, which is sad, and easily fixed by using wool. Which is only confusing a new the first time! ;)

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  89. Misty Dooley Says:

    I would love more info on different types of fitteds.

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  90. Amanda D Says:

    Still new to the site, and haven’t read through all of the posts yet. I am loving what I have read so far, and I agree with everyone above detergent reviews would be helpful. I am VERY new to cloth diaper, and I have heard so many different opinions on what to use.

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  91. Lizi Royal Says:

    I think a post for newbies would be great. When I started using cloth there wasn’t a big bunch of information on how to put a diaper on correctly and we ended up having a few leak issues :-(

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  92. Deanna Cara Says:

    Great recourse! Love all the tips!

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  93. Denae Says:

    I love this website and agree detergent reviews/chart would be nice.

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  94. Alessandra Peterson Says:

    You guys have covered almost everything under the sun. I can’t even imagine what more you could write about. I love learning about newborn diapers and reviews of the diapers and also newborn rental programs. Congratulations and thank you for the giveaway!

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  95. Cristy Doris Says:

    More information on how to wash out certain stains – like blueberry poop. How to strip, etc., and advice on detergents for cloth. :)

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  96. Bailey Says:

    Love this site! It’s been so helpful in guiding me with this process. I started a bit with my 2 1/2 year old daughter, but day care didn’t do cloth so we didn’t really get into it. Now that baby #2 is due in 6 weeks and day care decided to do cloth I’m building up my stash! All of the reviews and recommendations and EVERYTHING has been so helpful, so thank you. I don’t really know anyone who uses cloth so this has been such a good resource :)

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  97. Samantha Becker Says:

    This sounds stupid but for new cloth diaper users, a how to put on a diaper correctly would be great lol From stuffing a pocket to figuring out which snap setting to use (so it’s not too tight nor too loose).

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  98. Amanda C Says:

    I think it would be helpful to those new to cloth diapering for examples of stash building by different budget amounts

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  99. Carmen H Says:

    Congrats! I don’t know what else I’d really like to see. I love that blog already! I love reviews the most :)

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  100. Sally Salzer Says:

    Detergent reviews would be nice! as well as the difference between all in ones and other brands

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