Sweet Pea Cloth Diapers Giveaway!

November 2, 2009

Cloth Diapers, Pockets, WAHMs

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**Contest Closed**

Congratulations, Heidi (Kylee’s mommy)!

I recently had the privilege of trying out Sweet Pea One sized pocket diapers. Although the fit was not a success with Sterling, I’ve learned enough to know that what doesn’t work for me will probably work for everyone else lol!

Sweet Pea OS cloth diapers will be very attractive to parents looking for an affordable cloth diapering system. At $13.95(Tiny Birds Organic Baby and Family), this is one of the best price one-sized cloth diapers on the market.

There aren’t many products we use in daily life where we can actually know the genius behind the product. I spoke with Nancy and asked her a couple of questions about Sweet Pea OS cloth diapers.

What prompted you to create Sweet Pea cloth diapers?
Sweet Pea One-Size Diaper was created because of the demand needed for a less expensive one-size diaper in Canada.

Where is Sweet Pea cloth diapers manufactured?
Without compromising quality, we researched for a while to find a reputable manufacturer in China.

Are Sweet Pea cloth diapers only available in Canada?
We are slowly setting ground in the USA and overseas as it is one of the most reasonable priced one-sized cloth diapers on the market. Check out the list of retailers here.
In the U.S. Sweet Pea diapers are available through Eco Brands.

What type of recognition has Sweet Pea cloth diapers received in the market?
We have recently won an IParenting Media Award for our newer and updated version of the Sweet Pea OS.

Do you have anything in the works for future Sweet Pea products?
We are coming out with 2 new diaper styles in the next month or so, which is very exciting! There is a lot of competition with various kinds of the one-size diaper and I think that consumers will continue to search for convenience and quality.

What question do you get asked most often about Sweet Pea cloth diapers?
The #1 question I get is about the two openings (front and back) or about the snaps on the large insert…Someone is always looking at snapping this in somewhere (which is not a bad idea…!)

Nancy concluded by saying that, “We thrive on great customer service with our retailers and after sales with the consumers that purchase our diapers.”

That is what I love about working with wahms. You get one on one customer service and you get to speak to the designer!

Nancy would love to bless one of you with a Sweet Pea OS cloth diaper! Here’s how you can win:
1) Free entry! Just leave your baby’s name.
2) Visit Sweet Pea OS online and tell me something you learned.
3) Follow Sweet Pea Cloth Diapers on Twitter.
4) Click the “Share” and “Retweet” buttons at the top of this post.

CONTEST ENDS FRIDAY NOVEMBER 6TH AT NOON.

WINNER ANNOUNCED SOON AFTER ;)

*Sweet Pea diapers provided a free diaper for me to try out. Sweet Pea diapers will be providing one winner with a one size Sweet Pea cloth diaper.


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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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326 Responses to “Sweet Pea Cloth Diapers Giveaway!”

  1. melanie Says:

    My baby’s name is Kinsley Kate.

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  2. Dominique Says:

    Amaya

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  3. Lynn Roba Says:

    Sophia Lynn

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  4. Slee Says:

    Snapdragon is my little boy.

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  5. Tara Says:

    my munchkins are Ava and Jacob.

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  6. lyla Says:

    following on twitter – renaissanacemama.

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  7. lyla Says:

    I learned that these diapers are lined with microfleece.

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  8. lyla Says:

    My son’s name is Benji.

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  9. Jes Says:

    following on twitter now.

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  10. Jes Says:

    Our baby is due in Feb and he’ll be Henry or Ben.

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  11. Sara Says:

    retweeted (retwit?) and shared on fb!

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  12. Sara Says:

    following on twitter now!

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  13. Sara Says:

    They use paypal- that makes ordering easy.

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  14. Sara Says:

    My little one’s name is Seth. I hope a one size diaper would fit- he’s a chubber!

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  15. Patricia Says:

    My daughters name is Ruthann.

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  16. allie Says:

    i learned that they have many colors to choose from and three colors of ZIPPERED wet bags

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  17. allie Says:

    i follow them on twitter already!

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  18. allie Says:

    my daughter’s name is Cate!

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  19. Heather Says:

    line drying loops, lots of colors, and they have snaps!

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  20. Heather Says:

    Quinn Martin would love to win one!

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  21. Tiffany Says:

    My baby is Lucas

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  22. Whitney Richiert Says:

    My baby boy’s name is Aiden James!

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  23. Sarah Says:

    Emery :)

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  24. Danielle Linboom Says:

    They can be dried on high and doing so actual re-seals the laminate on PUL. I thought machine drying was bad for your diapers. Good to know!

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  25. Danielle Linboom Says:

    Interested in trying this out on my new little peanut…Noah or Cambria. TBD in April. :)

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  26. Laura Says:

    Jack David

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  27. Khrystina Says:

    I learned that the snap have a one year warranty!

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  28. Heather Tye Says:

    I learned that the diapers come in 6 colors.

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  29. Michael Says:

    Baby is Sterling

    I learned “On one child you will spend well over $2500CAD using disposables.”

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  30. Tina P Says:

    learned that if you line dry you should still pop them in the dryer every few weeks to make sure the PUL stays waterproof

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  31. Khrystina Says:

    Follow Sweet Pea Cloth Diapers on Twitter @momof3dolls.

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  32. Tina P Says:

    DD’s are Mia Rose and Cadence Grace

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  33. Khrystina Says:

    Baby Girl is Alexandra!

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  34. Heather Tye Says:

    Jana Tye

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  35. denise Says:

    i learned that they are a very affordable, cute diaper. i’ve seen the logo before at a local store i think. my baby is adalyn.

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  36. Jackie Lee Says:

    My daughter’s name is Everah….and I learned that the Sweet Pea diapers come in lots of cute colors!!!

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  37. Heidi Says:

    I went to the Sweet Pea site and learned that their inserts don’t have to be pulled out of the cover before washing. Awesome!

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  38. Heidi Says:

    My baby boy’s name is Elias.

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  39. Rachel Says:

    They have loops for line drying! Nice!

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  40. Rachel Says:

    Savannah Baldree!

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  41. Carisa Says:

    Reilly is due in February. Just bought my first cloth dipes last week!

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  42. Becca Says:

    I learned that the leg casings have gussets to help prevent leaking at the legs–which is where my diapers generally leak if at all.

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  43. Becca Says:

    My daughter’s name is Noelle.

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  44. Stephanie Poston Says:

    My wonderful kiddos are Joel and Kaylee.

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  45. Jennifer Says:

    My little one is Nicolas and we’ve been using cloth for a year now and loving it. I converted my sister to cloth too for her upcoming twins

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  46. Andrea Says:

    I learned that it would only cost $500 to cloth diaper my baby from birth to potty training !

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  47. Sary S. Says:

    Expecting my second biological child in early December & am really getting interested in cloth diapering. Would love to try this brand out!!

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  48. Andrea Says:

    My son’s name is Alex :)

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  49. JJ Says:

    I’d love to try one with my son Levi!

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  50. Jill Says:

    I learned about the reinforced stitching to help the diapers hold up wash after wash!

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  51. Alexandra Says:

    retweeted and shared on facebook

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  52. Alexandra Says:

    following them on twitter

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  53. Alexandra Says:

    I learned you can spend as little as $320 on your whole cloth diaper collection. That is if you don’t get to addicted to trying new ones…lol

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  54. Alexandra Says:

    I don’t post the kiddos real names online, but my son Sweet Pea is 2 years and my daughter Peanut is 3 months. Both in cloth diapers!

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  55. Kristy Says:

    Tweeted on Twitter http://twitter.com/kristy2014. And on Facebook :)

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  56. Annie N. Says:

    I learned that it takes 500 years for disposable diapers to decompose! Gross!!

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  57. Kristy Says:

    I’m following on Twitter.

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  58. Kristy Says:

    Wow I learned that 18 billon disposable diapers are thrown into landfills each year….yuck!

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  59. Kristy Says:

    My son’s name is Owen.

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  60. Rachael Says:

    My little one’s name is Owen.

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  61. Kristie Says:

    My little guy is Sawyer.

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  62. Theresa A. Says:

    Following on Twitter! (marinewife627)

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  63. Theresa A. Says:

    I learned from their website that they have a cover in black!

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  64. Theresa A. Says:

    My son’s name is Clayton

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  65. Lynn Wilson Says:

    I like the idea of the line dry loop on the back. I haven’t seen hat on a diaper before!

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  66. Jackie Says:

    My son’s name is Mason.

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  67. Stephanie Hanes Says:

    I have a 15 month old named Valerie and a 3 week old named Almanzo.

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  68. Lynn Wilson Says:

    my prince is Braylon!

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  69. Erin Says:

    I’ve learned that cloth diapering is much easier as you don’t have to worry about diaper pails and refills and taking out the stinky trash!

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  70. Erin Says:

    My daughter’s name is Madison.

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  71. Angie Says:

    My sons name is Weston. I love the idea of the opening in the front and back!

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  72. Emily Says:

    Oh and Autumn, other than not fitting well on Sterling, how do you think these compare to other pockets?

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  73. Emily Says:

    My daughter is Charlotte. I am starting to become a CD addict too- and I loove your blog!

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  74. Selena Says:

    I am pregnant at the moment and we have decided both for the environment and for the money saving to cloth diaper. I would love to win my first cloth diaper!

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  75. Lori Says:

    My daughters name is Brynn .

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  76. Valerie Says:

    I learned that disposables can cost most than $3000 – wow!

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  77. Valerie Says:

    My daughter’s name is Natalie

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  78. Lesley Says:

    My son’s name is Max.

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  79. kelly Says:

    My child is not due till april and his name is james .
    I have learned that the number 1 one question is abotu the opening naps in the front and back and i have learned that i am so using cloth diapers for this baby .

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  80. Jae Says:

    I learned that the sweet pea OS has a built in hook for line drying which is an awesome idea!

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  81. Jae Says:

    My little ones are Evan & Jacob.

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  82. Tara Says:

    My babe’s name is Ava.

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  83. Amanda Peters Plouzek Says:

    Shared on facebook under my name. :)

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  84. Amanda Says:

    My son’s name is Caden :)

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  85. Kim Says:

    My Cloth Diapered baby boy’s name is Eli. Just checked out Sweetpea Diapers…Sweet Pea is Eli’s pet name! I’ve learned that Cloth Diapering is something that you adjust to and isn’t difficult at all once you get used to it. Its rather addictive.

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  86. Whitney Says:

    My boys names are Ian and Ciaran.

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  87. Rachel Olson Says:

    My baby’s name is Kathleen Rose and I’ve learned that cloth diapers are a lote easier than I thougth they would be.

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  88. Esther Says:

    My little one’s name is Stephen.

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  89. Jusitne Says:

    following sweet pea on twitter
    @SliverStorm

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  90. Jusitne Says:

    My girly’s name is Kieran she is almost 7mo old

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  91. Angie Says:

    The laundry loops is fantastic :) Expecting #5 of our blended family, our first boy, in December. His name will be Thaden and he is the first of the 5 who will be pampered by cloth.

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  92. Jess W Says:

    I follow Sweet Pea Cloth Diapers on twitter. @graceandbrynley

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  93. Jess W Says:

    I learned that disposable diapers use bleached paper. Gross!

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  94. Jess W Says:

    My daughter’s name is Brynley.

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  95. Hannah Says:

    My sweetie is Edy!

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  96. Amy B Says:

    I learned that disposable diapers have been linked to male fertility later in life. This is very interesting. If my next child is a boy he will definitely be wearing cloth.

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