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. Rachel Eldred Says:

    My biggest problem is the time it takes to stuff diapers. With our first it wasn’t an issue, but now with two little ones I really “feel” just how long it takes to do diaper laundry. I absolutely love cloth diapering though! So now I’m in the market for very absorbent AIOs, as our son is a heavier wetter than my daughter was. Thank you for this blog! It is definitely a highlight in my CD journey.

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  2. Brianna Says:

    No real problems, her poop is like cement and hard to rinse off is the only thing.

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  3. Caitlin Says:

    My daughter has just started rolling onto her side, which has been leading to some leaks around the legs. I can’t go any tighter, since they already leave some red marks on her chunky thighs. Also occasional stink, but it’s not all of the time, so I don;t think it’s an ammonia problem.

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  4. Audie Says:

    An apartment washer, terrible water and no clothes line has made finding a washing routine very difficult!

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  5. Joanna Says:

    Occassional stinkies, but not bad.

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  6. Rachel S. Says:

    My only issue, and it’s new, is nighttime diaper stinks!!!!

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  7. Keara B. Says:

    My current problem is that I have a very heavy wetter so I’d love to have more absorbent inserts/diapers ie. hemp and bamboo. My other problem is that I just keep wanting more fluff!

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  8. Liesal Says:

    I’m trying to figure out night diapering. I have fitteds, but I’m trying to make them stay dry with fleece liners I made myself. Tonight’s the first night with the liner, so we’ll see how it goes!

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  9. Andrea H Says:

    Yeah

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  10. Christine M Says:

    laundry and the stinkies

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  11. kim johnson Says:

    Our current problem is that our little guy figured out how to unsnap his diaper.

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  12. Jay Says:

    My issue is getting the daycare workers to consistently put child’s diapers on well. They’re usually too loose which leads to leaks

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  13. Jennifer Lyden Says:

    Problem: too small of a budget ;)

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  14. Kasie Says:

    My baby boy isn’t due until April 1 so my biggest problem is prepping new diapers!

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  15. gina Says:

    Already a ragababe fan – but don’t have a hanging wet bag. Also, I’d love to try the diaper rites for day care. Thanks!

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  16. Julie Says:

    My biggest problem is this is probably my last baby and I even though I’ve been cloth diapering off and on for 9 years, I’ve never gotten to splurge on some really nice diapers because we’re always broke. This is my 3rd CD’d baby and I at least found a nice combination of good prefolds and covers. I tried flats for the first time and I’m still not too sure about them yet. I got a couple of decent pockets and AIOs but not nearly what I’d like to try.

    Otherwise the only other small problem I have is a very light stink with my synthetic items but that’s generally easy to get rid of with sun. Unfortunately I had to leave my beautiful sunny home to move back to my old hometown and we don’t get nearly as much sun here and it’s the rainy season so I have to line dry my PUL covers and pockets in the garage so they’re not getting as clean smelling as they used to. I’m grateful for the rain but it does get on the nerves and bring a mama down when it’s gloomy and cloudy all the time.

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  17. Laurie Says:

    I wish Ragababe had a 1 size fits all diaper, but other than that, I love these things.

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  18. Alessandra Peterson Says:

    My current problem is no bums to cover yet!

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  19. KD Says:

    LO had a burn-like rash that was very difficult to pinpoint. Also, she is long and skinny, which makes it hard to get a good fit on many diapers.

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  20. Michelle Fuller Says:

    Night time diapers…

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  21. Amanda L Says:

    I I’m new to cloth diapering and just trying to figure it all out! Trying to find the right types of diapers in the right brands and Trying to create the right wash routine with my front loader washing machine, etc.

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  22. Diane Says:

    I am having no issues with my cloth right now!

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  23. Kristina Says:

    My pockets leak (overnight use only), but not necessarily from oversaturation. I wish I’d invested in another wool cover instead- that thing never leaks!

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  24. Dawn Marti Says:

    Night time diapers do not make it through the night :(

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  25. RAChel Says:

    No problems yet, but working up courage to use cloth wipes!

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  26. Emily D Says:

    leaking- my 18mo DD is skinny (she still wears small FB) but pees lots- they’re stuffed os full it comes out the sides

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  27. Jennifer Says:

    Just craving a ragabage!

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  28. Tess Says:

    My problem is waiting for baby to get HERE!

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  29. Rachel Says:

    Our current issue is finding the right wash/rinse/detergent combo to get the stink out of our Charlie Bananas.

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  30. Bree S. (zuel) Says:

    my current issue is that I’m trying to build a stash on the cheap while keeping the search on the DL from friends and family until we’re ready to announce.

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  31. Regan Says:

    My son gets some nasty rashes at times that we can’t troubleshoot

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  32. Claire Says:

    ammonia problems….

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  33. dancinglady Says:

    So much backed-up laundry!!!

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  34. Shawndra Smialek Says:

    I am in Fl on vacation and our diapers have the stinkies :(

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  35. Nicole Says:

    No current diaper issues! YEAH! :D

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  36. Jessica Says:

    My problem is not having a good excuse to buy any more diapers right now…guess I’ll have to have another baby :)

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  37. Pamela Thigpen Says:

    I am content with my diapers right now!

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  38. Lacey Says:

    We need more cloth diapers

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  39. Lacey Says:

    Our problem is not enough to exclusively cloth diaper

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  40. janie vezina Says:

    n no problem yet.

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  41. emily Says:

    ammonia and I am nervous about cloth diapering a newborn because I didn’t start with my twins until they were 1.

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  42. Jennifer Smith Reinhardt Says:

    We cannot find a leak free night solution :(

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  43. Angela E Says:

    I love ragababes very much but have only been able to get one I have tried for months they are a great diaper

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  44. Rebecca M. Says:

    My current problem is my son having no interest in potty training and a night time solution that isn’t too bulky.

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  45. Susan D Says:

    My 23 month old is tall and rise is becoming an issue in our favorite diapers.

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  46. leatha Says:

    Sensitivity and rashes

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  47. Ashley P. Says:

    My problem is my current options for a nighttime diaper are incredibly bulky on my little guy.

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  48. Kylie Says:

    Love ragababe

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  49. Misty Says:

    Wanting more! Also a little current problem is snaps digging into my daughters chubby thighs

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  50. Shannon Says:

    no problems yet!

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  51. Samantha Says:

    poo stains that turns purple colour :/

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  52. Lisa Says:

    My problem is buying too many. I’m pretty sure that my daughter is almost ready to be potty trained and I’m still buying diapers. I have also bought trainers though.

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  53. Lis Says:

    My biggest issue is cost, starting up was hard on a small budget. Maintaining is also proving challenging.

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  54. Laura Says:

    I have no cloth issues right now. :)

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  55. Lesley Says:

    I don’t have any problems, my only issue is that I need more ragababes!!!

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  56. Shannon Says:

    This is such a great offer! Thank you! It would be so awesome to win a ragababe diaper… I am loving them but my husband doesn’t want to spend the money on them :(

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  57. Kristen F Says:

    We just started cloth diapering and are dealing with some stink and repelling issues. Hope to work through them soon!!

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  58. Megan Says:

    red marks. from our ragababes and gdiapers. i think we are on the brink on weight limits tho, so that may be why

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  59. Andrea Says:

    My problem is that I am cloth diapering baby #2 and all the diapers that were used with my first are leaking!

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  60. Bert Says:

    My problem is really my own fault. I bought uber cheap diapers and less than a year they’re already falling apart.

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  61. Holly Says:

    My problem is just getting the hang of getting the diapering done quickly and efficiently. My son is 3 days old and we haven’t had enough practice yet to get the rhythm down.

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  62. Kia Schulz Says:

    Yeah

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  63. Mandy Says:

    Oh, I buy way too many. I’ve added up the cost of my top brands, and I’m in the thousands of dollars in diapers this year.

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  64. Kayi Says:

    Thankfully we finally have all of our issues resolved, and have finally found diapers that our kids can wear, now to build the stash!

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  65. Diana Says:

    My biggest issue now is figuring out what diapers ans system I like best!

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  66. tanis Says:

    my problem is ammonia – burnt baby’s bottom a long time ago, and i have tried EVERYTHING to strip them and we’ve been using disposables for months. my husband says i told you so =( i’d really like this to work.

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  67. Amanda Says:

    My main problem is my addiction!

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  68. Roseanne A Says:

    Night time diaper that doesn’t leave him soaked but not too bulky

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  69. Alisha Says:

    My problem right now is stinky toddler pee!

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  70. Gabriela grajeda Says:

    Bumgenius freetime with organic ragababe insert, best night time diaper ever!! 12 hours leak free.

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  71. Jenny Says:

    trying to find the right wool!

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  72. anna Says:

    None :) Just building for #3!

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  73. Bonita Says:

    My main problem I guess, since my little one’s not here yet, is finding out what is the best (and cheapest) way to diaper him without knowing his size or how long his stump will stay on!

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  74. Amelia Says:

    Heavy wetters!!!!!!! Bought some bamboo cloth to make my own inserts. Hopefully it works!!!

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  75. Sara Says:

    My biggest problem is not aging the self control to stop buying every diaper I fall in love with and sometimes needing a higher rise.

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  76. Kelli Darter Says:

    I’m bored with my stash!

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  77. Tara Says:

    I need more prefolds, my 3 month old is growing by the minute and his diaper rite smalls are almost too small!

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  78. Elvia Says:

    No problems with Ragababes. On others a bit of a stink problem with MF inserts, I’m trying a new detergent.

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  79. Mindy Says:

    Not wanting to potty train…?

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  80. Mindy F Says:

    My baby gets rashes from using cloth at night.

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  81. Shanee C Says:

    My current problem is refraining from buying all the cute diapers! I’m stashing up pre TTC so I don’t have an actual issue as far as the diapers go!

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  82. Jennifer Says:

    Leaks are our biggest issue. Finding the right combination to get at least 2 hours out of a diaper.

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  83. jen Says:

    My problem is what worked for DD doesn’t work for DS! So much for hand-me-downs. She did well with pockets and he does best with PFs and covers.

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  84. Jenny Rosenfeld Says:

    Cloth diapering problem? I guess we have a little bit of microfiber stink on occasion. Usually a second wash will take care of it, but sometimes the microfiber also seems to make the baby a bit stinkier than usual – and we’ll switch to organic cotton or bamboo for a few changes. I love the convenience (easy to wear, wash, and dry) of microfiber, but it just seems to hold the “essence” of excretion in a bit.

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  85. Kayla Says:

    I’m due with my first child in Feb. totally working on my cloth diaper stash. I should be receiving my first shipment of ragababe any day now. I even talk a friend due in April into using cloth diapers too.

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  86. Alicia Says:

    My cloth diaper problem is not having enough Ragababes!! I love them and wish I could make my whole stash of them!

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  87. Katie Says:

    Hooray for Ragababe giveaway!!

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  88. Emily Says:

    I hope I win! :)

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  89. Mel P. Says:

    Love me some Ragababe!!

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  90. Elizabeth Says:

    Two my favorite cloth diapering places. Ragababe and Diaper Junction. Love!!!

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  91. Danielle B Says:

    My only problem right now is sizing. My LO is growing so quickly that it is difficult to keep him in the right size diaper. He is tall and chunky. Difficult to find just the right fit ;)

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  92. Nancy Ludka Says:

    No cloth diapering issues except potty learning!

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  93. Nicole Z. Says:

    My current issue is trying to decide whether or not it’s worth it to buy some newborn AIO’s. I have big babies and this is likely our last child. But they are so cute!!!

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  94. Nicole n Says:

    My only issue is my bank account doesn’t love my ragaddiction!

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  95. Molly Says:

    The occasional stinkies, especially with my toddlers night time diapers. I’ve been using GroVia’s new Mighty Bubbles Laundry Treatment and it’s been great!

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  96. JoDe Says:

    Youngest is a flooder!!! She pees forever!

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  97. Echo Says:

    My problem is buying too many diapers!

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  98. Kara Says:

    No huge issues, just trying to keep the stink out of my diapers by figuring out how best to wash them. We have hard water and the only detergent that I’ve had luck with seems to be Hard Rock (Rockin Green).

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  99. lacey Says:

    My problem is wanting more! I don’t need more but I want more!

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