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BumGenius Freetime All In One Cloth Diaper Review

January 29, 2012

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I am a huge fan of the Bum Genius brand. Jenn Labit has a fabulous story, she makes excellent cloth diapers and her family and company (Cottonbabies) are devoted to giving back to the community. I can remember exactly when I learned of the upcoming release of the Bum Genius Freetime…*all* my friends (okay so […]

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Bum Genius Artist Series: I love them

October 22, 2010

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It must be so hard for companies to choose what prints they’ll use.  Everyone has different tastes and if you choose one they don’t like, they’ll let you know! I’m one of the very happy ones with the introduction of the Bum Genius Artist Series.  Chelsey Perry hit the spot when it comes to modern, […]

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Bum Genius 4.0 cloth diapers launched

July 1, 2010

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I have come to really appreciate marketing over the past 1 1/2 years.  Marketing is what makes this family money. I’ve learned many things including: what I want isn’t necessarily what the market wants marketing that I think is terrible is most likely the one bringing in the big bucks as a marketer there can […]

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Are One Size Cloth Diapers Worth It?

May 10, 2010

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Is it really possible to buy a stash of one-sized cloth diapers and not buy another one throughout the life of the child?  Is there a cloth diaper that will withstand years of use with multiple children? Certainly the answer can be yes to both of these questions but there are limitations. When many families […]

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Don’t Forget The Smores… or the Cloth Diapers!

October 9, 2009

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We just got back from our family camping trip to Garner State Park (TX), our first camping trip in our new camper.  Despite the many “speed bumps” (forgetting many necessary items, dog being sprayed by skunk, weenies rolling off into fire, evil gnats, winds that rocked camper, sleepless nights, rain) we all keep asking… Can […]

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3 ways to ward off cloth diaper frustration

September 26, 2009

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Don’t feel bad.  Even the most die-hard, committed cloth diaper mamas reach the point of wanting to give it all up. For the most part cloth diapering is merely another task like unloading the dishwasher or setting the table.  It’s just something that is done second nature. But, there are those days when everything routine […]

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What’s your cloth diaper simplicity?

August 25, 2009

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It seems that this question has a rotating answer.  It’s almost seasonal. Winter: fitteds and wool.  Spring: pockets. Summer: all-in-ones. Fall: prefolds and wool.  Those are just an example but it may be more true than I thought. Right now it’s most important for me to have simplicity.  That can mean many types for me […]

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My Top 5 All-In-One Cloth Diapers (2009)

May 30, 2009

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When I started this blog in March 2008, one of my first posts was “My Top 5 All-In-Ones“.  As I read over that post I am amazed at the changes cloth diapers have undergone in the past year! Cloth diaper makers have seen the demand for an easy, affordable, and absorbant All In One cloth […]

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BumGenius All In One Organics Cloth Diapers w/ Snaps

February 20, 2009

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If you read any of my posts that contain a list of my favorite cloth diapers, you know that BumGenius AIO Organics makes the list. This cloth diaper has never let me down with trimness and performance but the aplix was becoming a pain.  The outside strip was actually starting to come off and I […]

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bumGenius Organic One-Size Cloth Diapers

September 17, 2008

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My dear friend Leslie of Leslie’s Boutique sent me an “innocent” message the other day.  She said I just had to try the bumGenius Organic diaper out.  After Leslie had run out of diapers she resorted to grabbing one from her inventory.  Instantly she fell in love.  So of course I caved and bought one. […]

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