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Thanks so much for all the great comments and interaction during our Cloth Diapering 101 series this week. I had a great time chatting with you about this topic that’s become quite dear to me over the past year. Ending the series with a giveaway from four great diaper brands was simply icing on the cake.
The five winners of one of the sets of cloth diapers are:
1. Stacey, who said: “I have been wanting to move to cloth diapering forever — but have not been able to afford the large one time expense of buying the diapers– was hoping to find some second hand at a thrift store but have not found them yet. The things I always carry in the diaper bag besides diapers and wipes: binkies water bottle extra clothes bag of almonds and raisins (for me).”
2. Mary, who said, “I always keep a change of clothes in the bag!”
3. Courtney, who said: “I always carried a book – because you never knew when you would get the moment where the little one falls asleep and you can maybe just sit and read a bit. Love the diapering series – thank you.”
4. Laurel, who said: “At this stage (our youngest is almost 6 months), we mustn’t forget the burp cloth(s)!”
5. Katy Blankenhorn, who said: “What would I do without a wet bag? A definite necessity for any outing.”
Congrats, ladies! Look in your inbox for an email from me.
Cloth Diaper Sponsors
Thanks again to the great cloth diapering companies who are generously donating their diapers to these winners. I value quality over quantity in all things in life, and these diapers fit the bill. You can’t go wrong with any of them, so if you’re in the market for cloth diapers — or if you just want to give them a whirl — check out these companies:
“Babies are such a nice way to start people” -Don Herold