Ragababe and Diaper Rite Pockets Giveaway

December 14, 2012

My Favorite Things 2012

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I like making the end of the week big!!!

Today we have an instant half-stash (albeit, a small stash) for you!

First we have 6 Diaper Rite pockets courtesy of Diaper Junction.  I’ve tried Diaper Rite pockets (for review purposes) and was surprisingly impressed.

They are simple, highly adjustable and affordable.

I like the bright colors and the fact that there are thigh, waist and crossover snaps.

At under $10/diaper (includes 2 inserts) you could easily build a whole stash for under $200.  Diaper Junction also periodically has them listed as their Deal of the Day.  That’s when I bought mine @ $8/ea.

The winner of the 6 Diaper Rite pockets will get to pick their colors!

The second sponsor of the day is Ragababe.

Ragababe AIOs make up half of my large cloth diaper stash.  I love the simplicity.  My husband loves the simplicity.  My miniature diaper changers love the simplicity.

Description from An Almost Complete Guide to AIO Cloth Diapers:

Sized diaper. Aplix closure. Suede cloth inner, bamboo soaker.  Pocket for adding absorbency. Super absorbent diaper!  This cloth diaper was made for Camden.  But, just so you know I’m not playing favorites, Ragababe AIOs did NOT work with Sterling.  Ragababe cloth diapers are hard to get at the moment, although I’m praying for a production miracle.  $27.95. 10 prints and solid choices.  Uber Trim.

Yes, they are hard to get.  That’s what makes this giveaway so awesome!!  Winner will get one Ragababe AIO (Joy will communicate with the winner on print/color).

Today’s winner will also win a Ragababe Hanging Laundry Bag in their choice of color (black, white, star candy).

I mentioned earlier in the giveaways that Monkey Foot Designs and Rumparooz made up 2/3 of my favorite wet bag brands.  Ragababe Hanging Laundry Bag is the final 1/3!

I’m a hoarder of sorts so I’ll have to admit I’d really like to win this giveaway.  Do I need more diapers?  No!  But, a rainbow of Diaper Rite pockets plus a new Ragababe sounds lovely!!

 

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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 https://www.facebook.com/beautifullyblessedlashes.

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434 Responses to “Ragababe and Diaper Rite Pockets Giveaway”

  1. Christen Drexler Says:

    Current problem…I’m addicted to Ragababes!

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  2. Hilary Y. Says:

    Our issue….heavy wetter! Trying to find something that will last all night is a challenge!

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  3. Elizabeth Jensen Says:

    I could spend as much on cloth diapers as I would on disposables. The problem with that being that I switched to save money. Now I’m in love and just can’t stop talking about them and how great they are….I guess that could be another problem.
    My last problem is I don’t have a Ragababe, I have tried to get my hands on one with no success :(

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  4. Liz Says:

    My problem is trying to figure out which type of diaper works best for my daughter and our lifestyle.

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  5. dana Says:

    Love using cloth on my 2 youngest boys. Wish I would have found cloth sooner and used it on my 3 older boys.

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  6. Autumn Beck Says:

    Current problem for me: putting a stop to buying cute fluff!

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  7. Amanda Tack Says:

    Our biggest cloth issue is staining. It drives me insane!! That, and the ammonia smell associated with toddler pee and having 2 in cloth.

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  8. Kerri Says:

    we just encountered our first problem with cloth diapering and we are 15 months in…. Our son had a nasty diaper rash, and liners just wouldn’t keep the ointments out. We would love an easy solution to using cloth with diaper creams.

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  9. Samara Says:

    The biggest problem I have right now is convincing my child care provider to use cloth diapers!

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  10. Missy K Says:

    My current cloth diaper problem is no baby to put in them!

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  11. Stephanie Says:

    No issues right now, thankfully!

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  12. Andrea Says:

    No problems at this time. Love ragababes!

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  13. ingrid Says:

    current issue is figuring out how to CD over night without DD being red in the AM and fighting off a rash durring the day

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  14. Christin Edwards Says:

    My issue right now is dealing with a yeast rash :/

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  15. ingrid Says:

    how to CD at night without getting DD all red in the AM :( then fighting the rash off all day

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  16. Jen Says:

    Our problem was ammonia, particularly in overnight diapers. Our solution was: soap nuts with or wash routine of pre-wash, hot/cold with stain cycle & added water and an extra rinse, and using a wet pail with Bac Out for all fitteds.

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  17. Christi D. Says:

    Haven’t started CD’ing yet as we are waiting on LO’s arrival, but our issue will be the hard water and making sure the diapers are clean.

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  18. kate Says:

    Getting my husband and mother-in-law on board with cloth diapering…There has been lot of complaining…

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  19. Megan K Says:

    Night time leaks with my older boys.

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  20. Beth VB Says:

    current issue is not knowing if we have enough to get through our first time away for the weekend

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  21. Claiborne Says:

    Issue? None right now!

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  22. One Southern Girl Says:

    Current issue? Getting the smell totally out of the diapers.

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  23. Olivia L Says:

    We just finished an episode with yeast rash, but currently we’re struggling with getting the stink out of diapers with overnight toddler pee.

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  24. Mandy Says:

    Would love to give these a try – I’m trying to choose a cloth diaper type for my new little boy.

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  25. Rachael Says:

    no issues at the moment. For a while, we were having leaks overnight, but we figured out that was an ‘aim’ issue. Did a little adjusting when putting the diaper on and all is good!

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  26. Kerrigan Says:

    I’m a newbie, no major issues yet.

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  27. Karianne Says:

    My cloth diaper issue is absorbency. My lo started holding it and then peeing everything in one go, which means if he’s had a lot to drink we often have leaks.. :-P

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  28. Jennie Says:

    Ammonia stink & never enough diaper covers to go around! Good luck, everyone!

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  29. Eunice Says:

    His current diapers leak after barely 2 hours and I still can’t do night diapering as it leaks so badly!

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  30. Amy Says:

    Not issues yet…our baby doesn’t arrive until March! Hopefully, we won’t face too many challenges!

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  31. Jennifer N Says:

    I’m a newbie and hoping I don’t encounter too many challenges.

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  32. Ashley Says:

    Hooray for give aways!

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  33. Kristy Beaman Says:

    I’m new so our biggest problem is just finding what works for me and my 3 mo. old! So far Thirsties Duo Wraps with the Velcro are a hit!

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  34. Angie Says:

    Not really a problem so much, but just trying to make sure i have everything I need to star cloth diapering a newborn next month (without breaking the bank).

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  35. Natalie H Says:

    current problem: my LO outgrowing the rise and legs of most “OS” diapers even though she’s under 30 lbs. BUT: Softbums to the rescue, esp. since we’re expecting a new baby sister soon. Toddler and newborn flexibility. Win.

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  36. Heidi Says:

    We were blissfully problem free for over a year…then recently developed a yeast rash. Argh. That battle contiues.

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  37. Patty Comparan Says:

    A nighttime solution!

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  38. Faith Halverson Says:

    My current problem is a bit of an ammonia smell. I think I need to Rock a soak.

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  39. Whitney Says:

    A little rash right now :( and some decreased absorbancy of my diapers, but I am going to switch from classic to hard rock Rockin Green and I think this will help.

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  40. KellyK Says:

    I have had a great experience cloth diapering. It is way easier than I thought.

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  41. Georgia B Says:

    None yet, as the princess has not arrived yet!

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  42. Julie Ghrist Says:

    no current issues but i went thru my share of wash and ammonia issues until i got a good wash routine down :)

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  43. Amber Says:

    My biggest problem right now is stains. I know sunning helps but I live in Washington State and it is only sunny three months out of the year. ha ha and right now we are in the dead of winter!!

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  44. Melanie Says:

    Can’t get enough Rags!!

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  45. Sarah Says:

    Honestly my issue is that Id now rahter have diapers made in the US or Canada and I already have several that are not. I dont know if the ones I have are a risk to use but I would like to switch to ones that I know are safe

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  46. Mary D Says:

    I have a 13 lb heavy-wetter who’s a really good sleeper with sensitive skin. So I’m trying to find a trim, absorbent stay-dry diaper. Ragababes sound perfect but then I would also need to convince my husband that we need more pricey diapers!

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  47. irina Says:

    I have not had any problems so far!

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  48. Anna P Says:

    Our MF inserts have lost their fluffiness, and need to be rejuvenated somehow

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  49. LeAnndra Cannon Says:

    diaper yeast and not having enough diapers are my problems

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  50. Lisa Says:

    Nighttime has always been a problem for my youngest. He hates to feel any sort of wetness so we are in sposies. :(

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  51. Casandra Says:

    My problem is a nighttime bedwetting solution for a 4 year old.

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  52. Jodie A Says:

    No problems so far (other than too many choices) since our LO isn’t here yet. :)

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  53. candace cafin Says:

    finding the “perfect” diaper

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  54. Nicole N. Says:

    We’re working on potty training our 2 1/2 year old!

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  55. Sheena Says:

    Relearning how to clean my dipes in our new HE agitstor-less washer and HE dryer.

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  56. Steph Says:

    My problem is… I use washcloths for wipes and they are wonderful with just a little soap and water with a squirt of baby oil. While the oil make’s my baby super soft, it makes her diapers not-so-absorbant.

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  57. Corinna Stevenson Says:

    I don’t have any issues. I raised 4 children who are all grown. All on cloth. Now I am raising my baby grand-nephew. So I guess my issue is at 51 washing diapers was not on my radar. But here I am doing it again. I wish all these wonderful products were available when my kids were in diapers.

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  58. Melissa Says:

    I don’t have any issues, at the moment. We are starting solid foods in a couple of week so that might get interesting….

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  59. Katie Says:

    Current issue is that I’m addicted to CD buying!!

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  60. Beth R Says:

    We are having amonia stink at night

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  61. Stephanie Says:

    Our only issue with CDing is mommy’s inability to stop buying more!

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  62. Beth Says:

    The HE machine is not so efficient! I have to add water to each load of diapers and then do an additional rinse cycle adding more water! Unfortunately, this problem is here to stay until I don’t have to wash diapers anymore.

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  63. Kristi Cartwright Says:

    My current problem is LACK OF DIAPERS! I am 33 weeks & 2 days pregnant with baby number 1 and due date is rapidly approaching…I’m trying to build my stash so this would be an absolutely AMAZING win for me. I currently own exactly TWO cloth diapers that a friend gave us as a shower gift. Thank you for the chance to win–I hope this giveaway will help begin to solve my problem! :)

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  64. Kerry F Says:

    Figuring out a night solution

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  65. lindsay Says:

    I need more!

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  66. Pollyanna Valenzuela Says:

    ok got it yay!!! im having a non- cloth diaper safe cream taking out problem on my diapers.. i tried dawn soap but the white stain is not coming off.. i think i may need to do rlr ??

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  67. Rose Stading Says:

    I have a problem with stains on some of my inserts.

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  68. Serena Says:

    My FBs are finally wearing out on baby number two

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  69. katy schilz Says:

    My only problems are getting Daddy and grandma to use cloth, and resisting the addiction of buying more diapers!

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  70. Chris Mattatall Says:

    my biggest problem is my fluff addiction!!! our stash just keeps growing and growing. we use fitteds mostly now and there is just so many gorgeous ones out there that i really just need to stop looking or hubby is going to cut up the bank cards LOL

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  71. Laura Says:

    Poo blow outs!

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  72. Bekah Kuczenski Says:

    My current problem is staining. I know a great option is sunning, but unfortunately sunning in December in WNY is not really an option :(

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  73. Lauren Simms Says:

    not enough diapers since mine are falling apart from age/use/multiple owners and the dreaded nighttime issue of my son hates wearing a bulky diaper and screams bloody murder until we take it off…we need a thin, super crazy absorbent overnight diaper

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  74. Tosia Drew Says:

    Our 9mo has become very active and mobile and we are starting to get leaks around the leg openings.

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  75. Rachel N Says:

    My current problem is washing since my top loader broke and it takes FOREVER to wash them in my front loader

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  76. Lavanya Says:

    None yet( baby isn’t here yet) but worried about the washing sincere have hard water

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  77. Becks Says:

    Currently, I am treating my baby for a yeast diaper rash, so my next challenge is to disinfect all my diapers.

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  78. Ashley Dunaway Says:

    My current problem with cloth diapers is that I want so many of them!

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  79. Rebekah Says:

    We have not been able to use cloth diapers at night. If she sleeps in cloth all night she wakes up with terrible diaper rash. Her skin is super sensitive.

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  80. Elizabeth E. Says:

    On currently problem we have is needing more!

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  81. Lindsay Kadish Says:

    Diaper1 rash! None of the cloth diaper rash creams work for the serious rash my boy gets. I’ve tried so many. Any suggestions?!

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  82. Dandi D Says:

    We seem to always have problems with ammonia build up.

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  83. Amy Says:

    My problem is that I have plenty of diaps, but I keep seeing styles and brands that I want to try!!! I need a bigger fluff budget!

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  84. Melissa Says:

    Diaper Pail stink, I tried a deodorizing disk instead of sticking with Rockin Green and it was a mistake!!!

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  85. MicheleC Says:

    Occasional stinky issues and having to sort through diapers because some can’t be put in bleach or soaked in anything. Also, sometimes night heavy wetting causes problems (as long as I have my Rumparooz clean and ready, we’re OK, but I only have 4 of those!).

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  86. Cathy Says:

    I’m having a problem with staining on my fitteds.

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  87. Jessica S Says:

    A good nighttime solution is yet to be found.

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  88. Robin Jones Says:

    My problem is my daughter is potty learning and only in diapers for naps/nighttime – but I’m still addicted to fluff!!

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  89. Candace Says:

    My current issue is that I have plenty of diapers and still want more. So I guess it’s more of a shopping issue, haha!

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  90. Abby Says:

    I am currently trying to figure out an overnight solution for my 4 month old. Sometimes BG 4.0 works great. Other nights we have a small leak. I think I am going to double up on hemp and see how that works.

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  91. Hayley Says:

    waiting for my little one to arrive in april to start trying out clothe diapers! I have no idea which ones to use!!

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  92. sherri baker Says:

    i am about to use them for the first time.. so this would help greatly

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  93. Jane Baker Birkelbach Says:

    My biggest issue right now (and it’s definitely not a BIG issue, more an annoyance), is that it’s cold outside and i can’t hang dry outside anymore :(! it takes sooooo much longer to hang dry inside – not so much pockets, but any bamboo/hemp inserts and all of our fitteds! There is never a time the drying rack doesn’t have diapers on it!

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  94. Michelle Says:

    Finding a diaper I like to fit my giant 14 month old who is busting out of his “one size” diapers.

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  95. Katie Says:

    Cloth diapering is treating me right!!!

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  96. Joan Says:

    I’m working on a nighttime solution for my 2 and a half month old boy – he seems to be a heavy wetter. Just when I think I’ve found the solution, he wakes up soaked. :(

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  97. Vanessa Says:

    I am currently issue free, yeah!! (Well except for my own addiction..working on that :-))

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  98. Marie Says:

    Haven’t encountered any yet because baby is due in February!

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  99. Rebecca R. Says:

    Just fixed my nighttime problem by getting B4 fitteds and wool!

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  100. stacy Says:

    I am expecteing our fifth child and funds are low to start a stach of cloth diapeers for a new baby. Winning a give away would help out our family so much. I am so greatful that there are sites like this thta give people an opportunity to give their children the chance to use cloth diapers and start a healthy trdation.

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