AppleCheeks Sale and Ongoing Giveaways

February 4, 2013

Cloth Diapers

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Top to Bottom Baby is having an AppleCheeks sale!

15% off all inserts, covers, or little bundles on the AppleCheeks. No code necessary. Starts Monday 2/4 until next Sunday (2/10/13)


Don’t forget about the Pixie Fluff nursing cover giveaway that went live on Saturday. You can enter in the Rafflecopter form below.

Also, my friend Anne of Zephyr Hill Blog has several ongoing giveaways you don’t want to miss out on!


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About Autumn Beck

Autumn is a wife, mother, homeschool teacher, friend and most important a follower of Christ. She began cloth diapering in 2005 and has experienced many joys and trials throughout the years. You can read more from Autumn over at

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33 Responses to “AppleCheeks Sale and Ongoing Giveaways”

  1. Stephanie Says:

    I’m planning on nursing.


  2. Jillian S Says:

    I have nursed 2/3 of my kids and will nurse newest arrival in June


  3. Kirstin Says:

    Luckily, I was able to nurse my son although we got off to a bumpy start (he was tongue tied).


  4. Paula Says:

    I nursed my 2 girls (just stopped last week with the second- she is 19 months) and I am planning to nurse my 3rd that is due in July! I love it! :)


  5. domestic diva Says:

    I will nurse my baby.


  6. rachel lewman Says:

    love it


  7. Andrea Says:

    I’m only 14.5 weeks along and this will be our first baby. (I’m almost 35!) We plan to CD and I plan to BF too… Trying to learn all I can about these through All About Cloth Diapers and other resources. Thanks for this great blog Autumn! :)


  8. irniaryani Says:

    I nurse by baby girl and now she is 5 months old. I’m happy and so does she. I love nursing and I want to make it complete until she 24 months old :D


  9. Judy Says:

    I am not a face-booker either but would love a chance to win some of this awesome baby stuff! I am 37 and pregnant w/ Baby #2. I was 30 when I had my first child. I tried breastfeeding and only lasted 4 months. When I went back to work, I only pumped once during a 8.5 hour shift. I think maybe I should have tried pumping twice during that time? Does anyone else think this may have been the problem? I was pretty shy about pumping and nursing but I think this time around I’ll give it a better try. I am also really excited to try cloth diapers this time around, too. Hubby isn’t going to help, but we’ll see once all the gifted disposables are used up and we start buying them what he thinks!


  10. Sarah Jane Says:

    I was able to nurse my daughter for 23 months.


  11. Anne M Says:

    Yes! BFing is hard work but so worth it!


  12. Carolyn Serpe Says:

    I did nurse by baby girl, but had to stop around 3 months when we found out she was allergic to the protein in my milk :(


  13. April Walraven Says:

    Yes, I nursed my first son 10.5 months, and still nursing second son at 28 months. Expecting my third child (8 weeks along) and definitely plan to breastfeed that one as well!


  14. Katie Says:

    I have been nursing my 14 m old and love it. I am sad I will have to cut her off soon. I will miss our morning and night cuddles. Infact when Daddy was sick she pulled up my shirt and showed Daddy what makes her feel better :)


  15. Sky Says:

    Hey Autumn,

    I was wondering if it is possible to enter into any of the drawings without having a Facebook page. I’m not real big on the whole “Facebook” wave. I love all your postings and check my emails daily to see what you’ve written next. Thanks for all the great advice!!


  16. Cara Says:

    I am a nursing mommy to a 14 month old boy! It’s had it’s ups and downs, but I wouldn’t trade all the snuggles and love I’ve been able to give him during nursing for anything in the world. He has logged a LOT of hours of quality time in mommy’s arms! He should be weaned pretty soon, we’re down to just morning & night :) Oh & as an FYI, I work too! I know a lot of moms who work & pump!


  17. Rachel Williams Says:

    I nursed my first baby for only 6 weeks I am hoping to do it longer with my second


  18. Kasie A. Says:

    My daughter was a preemie and I wasn’t able to breastfeed but I absolutely will give it ago when my son is born late March/ early April!


  19. Carrie Says:

    Still nursing my 2 year, 1 month old dauther, though she’s almost weaned. And will start nursing my son when he’s born in April. :)


  20. Jenny Says:

    I am nursing my first baby. He is 10 1/2 months now and we will keep it up for at least another couple of months…or more :) I love knowing that I am doing the very best for his health through what the Lord provided me with! Amazing! :)


  21. Christine Says:

    I would like to nurse my baby and plan on doing so.


  22. Melissa Says:

    still nursing at 15 months :-)


  23. Amanda Says:

    I had a very difficult time nursing my first but powered through for six months… I have learned a lot and hope to nurse my second for the entire time!


  24. Sam Maixner Says:

    Yes i am a breast feeding mom of a 5 moth old


  25. Rachel Says:

    I was only able to breastfeed for 2 weeks for the first one, but I hope to be able to nurse longer with the second one!


  26. Deanna Webb Says:

    I nursed/pumped for 5 months with my son who is now 3. I am hoping what I learned from that experience will enable me to have a more successful experience winto Julyith the one I’m expecting


  27. Lanae Says:

    I have thankfully been able to nurse all three of babies and plan on nursing baby # 4 as well.


  28. Andrea H. Says:

    I have breastfeed all of my babies, and I am about to nurse my 6th. It is hard and painful at time, but it is totally worth it!


  29. Jen R Says:

    Nursed my first for 13 mos, hoping for a yr again with the one on the way!!


  30. jessica long Says:

    My first child had sever reflux and was put on formula, My cousin’s baby has the same issue and was given a different treatment, which included nursing and medication. I think If this issue arises with the new baby we will continue to Nurse.


  31. Amelia Says:

    Love nursing my 8 mo old twins!!!!! For those NB moms out there struggling, I hope you’re encouraged to know that it just takes some babies longer to learn! My Maxwell didn’t learn until he was 6 mos! If you’re really wanting to nurse, keep trying! :)


  32. Aimee Hofer Says:

    I am 38 weeks 4 days. I am definitely looking forward to being able to breastfeed my baby.


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