Archive | July, 2009

Weehuggers Bamboo All-In-One: Review

July 30, 2009

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***This is a review of the 1st generation Weehuggers. They have since released the 2nd generation!*** If you want an organic, earth-friendly, healthy, and trim cloth diaper for your child Weehuggers Bamboo All-in-Ones are an excellent choice. There are a couple of features of Weehuggers that appeal to me: bamboo PUL (I didn’t even know […]

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Anne Marie Padorie Cloth Diapers: A review

July 23, 2009

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This is probably the most requested review I receive.  After I wrote the Apple Cheeks review I was flooded with questions about the comparison of the two. Well, here it is! This review came about because of the generosity of Vicky of Ottawa Cloth Diapers.  I don’t know what is in the water up there […]

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Do You Have a Dumb Cloth Diaper Question?

July 20, 2009

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When we chose to cloth diaper it automatically made us smarter-than-the-average-bear.  Why then are there times when I rip open a package of fluffy mail and I sit there looking very confused? Is it just me? Am I the only one who occasionally spends way too much time trying to figure out how a diaper […]

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GADbaby’s New Rockin’ Green Cloth Diaper Detergent

July 10, 2009

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You know what I love about cloth diapering? I’m never bored.  And I never have to worry about money burning a hole in my pocket! Despite my complete satisfaction in using Kirkland’s Environmentally friendly detergent, I always have this guilt for not using something from a WAHM. There is something so special about supporting a […]

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Sustainablebabyish Snapless-Multi: A Review & Giveaway!!

July 6, 2009

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There are very few WAHMs that crank out the number of successful products as Erin of Sustainablebabyish. Each of her bamboo and wool cloth diaper items performs at the highest level and is made with the highest quality materials. This year Erin partnered with Trees for the Future to offset the carbon generated in the […]

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Not For Crybabies

July 1, 2009

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Close your eyes… Remember the first time you laid eyes on your newborn baby? Remember her smell? Remember the inescapable force that kept your lips pressed to his peach fuzz head? Now imagine that no matter how hard you tried, no matter how many tests, no matter how many painful injections you endured you were […]

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