Contest For an Ultimate Guide to Cloth Diapers

April 18, 2008

Cloth Diapers

It’s contest time!

Post below in the comments why I should choose you to receive a free copy of The Ultimate Guide to Cloth Diapers.

I will then choose a winner next Friday from the comments on this post. I am the only judge, you’re convincing me to pick you as the winner from your comment here alone.

Here’s a video to describe a little more about the prize…


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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5 Responses to “Contest For an Ultimate Guide to Cloth Diapers”

  1. NaturalCatholicMama Says:

    I was so excited to find your comment on my blog, lol! I was wondering how you found it, b/c yours is the first comment from someone I don’t know. If you wouldn’t mind shooting me an email to let me know, I’d love it!

    On topic – I don’t so much need the prize since I’m CD’ing and loving it (and sharing the love with hundreds of homeschool families I know), but I do love your blog! :)

  2. Vicky Carlson Says:

    My niece is having her first baby. I used cloth diapers with my first child but that was 29 years ago and there were not too many alteratives or encouragements. I’ve gone green for a very long time and would love to see my niece use cloth diapers but she has no knowledge of them at all. There are so many choices now. I want her to see how much better and wonderful they are. I wish that I had them when I had my babies. Plus I would like her to know how to use them and what to do and direct her to the right information. Thank you so much for the contest. :)

  3. Cyndy Says:

    In the past month I have made the switch to cloth diapers full time. I have also moved from FL to TX. With my first, I used prefolds and covers, occassionally. She was such a wiggle baby and I had not found any other options it was scary to use pins and hard to get her diapered. With my second, she proved to be an mover as well. After months of thinking about it, and researching, I found a local diaper maker and took the plunge to full time AIO cloth diapering. We have had some pretty big bumps along the way and my 3yr old is not potty trained through the night yet. So she wanted “new diapers” too. Her disposables are leaking so I found some pocket one size diapers to try. They seem to fit her, but still have some leaking issues, not as bad as with disposables.

    I want this to work. My husband is in the Air Force, so as we move a lot and he is gone often, making this switch was part of me rediscovering who I really am, who I was and who I want to be. Making the switch has filled me with confidence, but I have been battling nights, smell, and even drying –but I think that might be due to the humidity in our area.

    Pick me, so I can continue to build my confidence and with confidence share my switch with my friends and show them how easy and smart it can be to cloth. I’m not giving up, but I am still searching. Thanks

  4. Bonnie Rutel Says:

    Lori- have you heard of EC (elimination communication)? Based on what you have said, you may be very interested in it. Check out this link for ore info:
    EC is also know as “diaper free baby” but that does not mean you can’t use diapers. Best of luck with your new baby.

  5. Michelle Dawn Says:

    Wow! Considering I had my first baby just 11 days ago and we are using cloth diapers this would be perfect for me and my family! My husband has used flats in the past (with his older boys from his first marriage), but I have no experience with them. Neither of us have experience with any other types of cloth diapers. We bought prefolds and some homemade wool covers on ebay and we have a supply of fitted diapers we bought second hand in the next size up. Tips on using and washing cloth diapers, night time diapering and rashes would be very much appreciated right now!

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