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Pooters Cloth Diapers: A Nighttime Fitted Review

April 13, 2010

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**CONGRATS, ELISHA & CAROLINE!** Recently I reviewed the new Tiny Tush hemp fitted and gave it a thumbs up for absorbency and cost.  I stand behind my recommendation but I have found a hemp fitted that works much better on my skinny guy that nurses all night lately :) . Pooters cloth diapers is owned […]

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The NEW Tiny Tush Trim hemp fitted Review

March 11, 2010

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Congratulations, Sonja B! You were selected as the winner via random.org. Raise your hand if you’re ever satisfied with your nighttime cloth diaper routine? Mine’s not raised.  Trust me I loved the Sustainablebabyish bamboo fitteds but one day I just up and decided to sell them all.  I’m strange like that. It wasn’t until the […]

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You can cloth diaper on a budget!

March 5, 2010

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Cloth diapers are the healthiest diapering choice for your baby. They are the most environmentally friendly diaper.  And believe it or not they are the best for your budget. I get plenty of comments from moms wondering how in the world people buy $40, $25 and even $17 cloth diapers.  Not everyone is going to […]

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A Review of Envibum Cloth Diapers

February 18, 2010

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When I research cloth diapers reviews aren’t the only factor I consider.  As a matter of fact, the moms behind the diaper can lead me to buy without even reading a single review. That will be the case with Envibum cloth diapers for many of you.  Sure, I’ll give you my review but first I […]

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I LOVE the New Flip Cloth Diapers!

October 30, 2009

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This is not a paid endorsement. I was not given a Flip to review. As you may recall, on September 14th I posted about Cottonbabies new products: Flip and Econobums.  I went ahead and pre-ordered a Flip Day Pack: Stay-Dry with 2 packs of disposable inserts. I received my Flip pack about 2 weeks ago […]

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Recycled Wool is in Season!

October 22, 2009

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If interlock and knit/crochet are too hard to get or are out of your budget there are still more options. There are tons of WAHMs that can turn an old wool sweater into the cutest pair of longies for your little one. Recycled wool longies are substantially less expensive and work just as well as […]

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Have You Seen Cotton Babies New Cloth Diapers?

September 14, 2009

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Okay, I’ve always been honest with y’all so I won’t hold back.  When I first started cloth diapering I strongly disliked all things made by Cotton Babies. I know, terrible, isn’t it?! You want to know what’s worse? I had never even tried one of their products.  I completely made some crazy assumption that it […]

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Overwhelmed? Cloth Diapers 101

January 5, 2009

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I love the story my pastor tells about Vince Lombardi.  After the Packers had lost 3 or 4 games in a row, Vince meets with his players in the locker room, holds up the football and says, “This is a football.” Mamas, I’m starting at the basics today.  I have been guilty of getting side-tracked […]

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Does This Economy Have You Cutting Back?

November 14, 2008

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If you watch the news, listen to the radio, or even glance at a newspaper or magazine you’ve heard the rumor that “times are tough financially”.  Whether you’re in the trenches or not, chances are you felt at least a small bit of pain over the last few months. For us, the biggest budget buster […]

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Winter Woolies Part 2

October 23, 2008

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If interlock and knit/crochet are too hard to get or are out of your budget there are still more options.  There are tons of WAHMs that can turn an old wool sweater into the cutest pair of longies for your little one.  Recycled wool longies are substantially less expensive and work just as well as […]

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How To Start Cloth Diapering on a Budget

August 15, 2008

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Many families choose to cloth diaper for financial reasons. Budgets can be so tight that startup costs are often overwhelming. However, there are ways to begin cloth diapering today on less than $125. The least expensive route are prefolds and covers. My favorite prefolds have been the very first ones I purchased in 2005. I […]

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