I thought I’d tell you a little bit about how I found Monkey Foot Designs wet bags. Every Monday night at about 8pm (cst) there is a cloth diaper chat on Twitter. It’s a great time for those new and experienced with cloth diapers to ask questions, learn some new tricks, chat with other cloth diaper moms and to discover new products.
One night I was reading through the fast chat (if you aren’t familiar with Twitter and you’d like to join the chat, let me know and I’ll post some simple instructions) and I saw someone mention they use Monkey Foot Designs wet bags. I have a love/hate relationship with products I haven’t discovered. I love it because it’s something new I can try, I hate it because, by golly, aren’t I supposed to be in the know about all brands?? lol
I looked up Monkey Foot Designs and found that it’s an Etsy store (talk about a love/hate relationship!). The fabric choices are amazing! I want them all. The one included in my celebration giveaway is the print that I have.
One of the things I like most about my Monkey Foot Designs wet bag is the thickness of the liner. I haven’t had any odor leaks even with the stinkiest of diapers in it. I also enjoy that the price is affordable. Many times items using designer fabrics (which is what we all prefer, right?) cost more. And she offers free shipping on many of her bags!
Lately, I’ve been dissatisfied with my current “laundry pail”. I’m considering the XL bag to hang in my office/guestroom/diaper changing area/sewing room (ha!)/collector of junk room. The XL bag holds 2 days worth of cloth diapers which is exactly what I need.
I know you’ll love Monkey Foot Designs as much as I do!
To join the Twitter chat:
My suggestion is to use the program TweetDeck. TweetDeck allows you to create colums showing you Tweets, DM, @mentions, and a chat column. To chat on Twitter means to use #clothdiapers. On TweetDeck you can set up a column showing you all the tweets with the #clothdiapers. There are other programs besides TweetDeck but I have found it easiest to use.
ex. chat tweet: What do you use for a nighttime diaper? #clothdiapers