Monday, January 24, 2011

Spreading the Fluffy love..Cloth Diaper Giveaway

CONTEST IS OPEN TO EVERYONE- One NON cloth user and One Cloth user will be picked!



There is my "stash" as we cloth diaper users call it. Not too fancy, not too complicated but HIGHLY functional and HIGHLY cost effective.

I did not cloth from the start with this baby and I did not cloth with my first, do I regret it YES!

See with my first daughter 5 years ago, I searched the Internet and all I found was a bunch of fancy 20 something dollar diapers. Sure they would eventually pay for themselves and save me money but the upfront cost was too much!

These were my usual responses... (this is honestly what I used to say)

*It's too much initial investment, I don't have the money
*It looks too complicated
*I already have enough laundry
*It's going to stink up the house
*My husband wont want to change diapers
*It's gross
*I don't want to be a martyr mom <---Yeah I used to call cloth diaper users Martyr moms lol.. What changed? well.. the diapers changed! and my money situation changed I did not want to worry about having enough money for a pack of diapers, because at one point I didn't, a dear friend had to buy me 2 packs of diapers and wipes, those were the last disposables I used. People over at Bumgenious <---I'm like one of their biggest cheerleaders, and nope they don't know I even exist lol.... so obviously they're not sponsoring this, it's just my views. They made these great pocket friendly diapers called Flip and econobum I started with one stay dry pack in the summer with 50 dollars I scrunched up and I would hand wash them everyday and hang them to dry outside, you can read about it on a review I did about flip diapers on my personal blog. I hand washed because it was hot outside and I didn't want to keep running the washer everyday, so I took advantage of the sun. Back then her poopie was the breast milk poop and It wasn't too bad, my own child's poop isn't as gross as I thought.

I eventually got 5 additional inserts and 2 covers as well and 2 econobum inserts and 3 prefolds. I wash them every other day, and I just put them in a bag in the garage.

Runny poop goes directly in the wash I don't even fuss with it
Sticky poop I just grab some toilet paper and wipe the excess off into the toilet
Hard poo is the easiest, just dump in the toilet!

IN NONE of those situations do you EVER touch poop! the sticky poo is the most difficult but think of it as wiping your toddler's booty lol...

Laundry really just became routine and I am happy to report my Hubby DOES change cloth! I did it for the first week so he would see and then he was all for it! plus he was all for the savings!

Total cost! $100 I started 5 months ago almost 6!, so lets see I was buying a jumbo pack a week $10 x 24 weeks, they payed for themselves AND saved me 140 dollars so far, not to mention I got at least 1-2 more diapering years on this baby... and a possible future baby who already has diapers! haha.

WITH THAT SAID
We want to give back, to the environment and help some of you make the switch! If all you need is a little push this might be it! we're going to give away 2 Econobum Starter packs to 2 winners!! , it's one cover three prefolds, that is like having 3 diapers! It's not a fancy diaper but it is very functional and maybe you will find that you had a love for cloth in you all along

Ah but there are some requirements,

Mandatoryyou must follow us on here via google friend connect and you must post a comment below telling us why you want to try cloth diapering and why you haven't and to those who do Use cloth, why they love it so much!! and leave your e-mail) you must to this or any other entries will be disqualified. <--that is 2 entries! for additional entries

1 you must like us on facebook (and leave a comment on our page)
2 you must post this giveaway as a status and send us a link to it.
3 If you twitter you must tweet about this contest and post your link as a comment (you can do this everyday and it will count as additional entries just remember to post a link to it below
After, please write a blog or send us an email on what happened after you used the cloth, did you like it? are you going to keep doing it, If you do so I will send you one ADDITIONAL GIFT!
If you already cloth but had never used econobums tell us how you like it! And you too can get a gift!

Contest Closes 4pm PST
Winners! will be Announced February 1st 2011 6pm PST
Well let's get going! Go Cloth!

135 comments:

  1. Woo I am so glad you are doing a cloth diaper giveaway. I was in the "i cant afford the startup costs" boat but now recently we have a little extra and I desperately want to switch to cloth to save some money in the future, plus help the environment!

    I follow you on GFC.
    I liked you on facebook.
    I posted this contest to my status (Katie Hines)
    And I follow you on Twitter @apearthmamaizzy

    email: rnk.hines[at] gmail [dot] com

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  2. This is awesome of you. I love cloth diapering! I have the econobums and flips and I adore them! I hope whoever wins this enjoys them just as much :) (and converts too!)

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  3. Erica we just added an additional prize for those who already cloth diaper so feel free to enter!! <3

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  4. Ok, I'm following the blog for entry #1

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  5. posted for #3

    I don't tweet, so I can't enter anymore.

    I'm a cloth loving mama, I have 2 in cloth now (3yr old and 4 month old)and I always need more fluffy stuff!

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  6. I have 5 kids and have always wanted to CD but did not know someone who did so I just never did it :( but I have been talking with my sister in-law who CD and she loves it but I dont have the money to do this! I have a blog and if I win I will blog all about it and I know I will be a happy CDing mama from now on. I have liked you on FB
    here is my email roneeappleby@gmail.com and link
    http://www.facebook.com/#!/profile.php?id=538005128

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  7. Oooh awesome! Ok I like your page on FB, I posted a link to this contest on my own FB here: http://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=188879407797063&id=538005128&ref=notif&notif_t=share_reply#!/radpocky/posts/105041146238084, and I follow this blog publicly already :D I'm also the sister-in-law Ronee speaks of lol.

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  8. I follow you via GFC

    spearsgirls at hotmail dot com

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  9. What I love about cloth is how much money I'm saving and how less stressed I am about having enough diapers. No late night store runs for me!

    spearsgirls at hotmail dot com

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  10. I am just getting started. I love the ease of use and seeing my son's cute little booty in super cool designs!!

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  11. http://www.facebook.com/InstinctualMamas?ref=ts&v=wall#!/profile.php?id=100001874105332


    Posted in my status!

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  12. I forgot to leave my email. its eckla dot sumton at gmail dot com

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  13. Ok, I'm due in April and I've decided I'm doing the cloth diapering bit. I did it with my daughter but that was over 10 years ago and my how things have changed! So, I cannot wait to start saving money and helping the environment! Thanks for the opportunity with this contest. Between_Georgia@yahoo.com

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  14. mine are all done, but just want to say You Rock for helping other moms begin cloth diapering!! we loved doing it!

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  15. =) here I go. First confession, we USE TO use cloth, I had preemie ones specially made and some S/M ones. When my boys outgrew them I joined a cloth diaper exchange and found someone to donate my stash to. The way it was suppose to work was you donated your stash of unneeded ones and you would be match with a donor for the new size you required. I thought this was an awesome way to go because I know I struggled to get my first stash. Sad part is the group owner took down the group and I was never matched, I gave a way a stash I could have sold to be able to buy my new stash and just couldn't afford to start from scratch again. So we are back to diapers! Our youngest boy will HOPEULLY be potty trained by this summer and will be out of diapers, but my middle son is disabled and can not be potty trained (he can't feel when he needs to go). He is very tiny (size 3 diapers) and would still fit cloth diapers which we are hoping to switch to again, he just started JK and we think it would be far better to be in school in cloth than regular diapers (and thankfully his school prefers this). We just haven't been able to find the money to make the switch back, we live on a tight budget due to his medical costs and finding "extras" is hard. It would be so much easier to have a few cloth to cut down on the amount of regular diapers, the savings by cutting down would allow us to stash away some money to be able to up our collection. We absolutely LOVED cloth when we had them, the boys had almost no rashes, and if sick we just had to run a few more loads but didn't have to worry about running out during the night and having to make a mad dash for the store. Our son will also be in diapers for a lot longer than most children so it would save us a LOT of money in the long run.

    sweetlildreams@gmail.com

    followed you on GFC and linked you on FB.

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  16. Kira up there sent me here! I have a love hate relationship with cloth diapering. Mainly because my daughter poops 4 times a day most of the time. Otherwise I love cloth diapering and knowing I always have diapers no matter what.
    jordanandabby@yahoo.com

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  17. Got the google thing figured out (thanks for the help!) I am a mother to 3, my newest little girls is 4 months- I wanted to begin with cloth diapers and hubby wasn't sure, so we didn't. After realizing all of the chemicals that are on our little girls skin with regular diapers, hubby approached me about switching over. We have never done this, so a starter pack would be an awesome way to get started
    with our CD adventrue :-)
    <3 Stephanie


    I also liked you guys on fb (that's where I got the help to figure out the google thing!)-- do I need a sperate comment for that?

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  18. I would LOVE to try cloth. I registered for cloth before I had my son. Everyone brought huggies to my baby shower. I was not happy. We did not have money for the initial cost. Every time we run out of diapers I want to buy cloth sooo bad. I am a stay at home mom so my husband is in control of the money. He thinks its too expensive. I tell him it will save us money in the long run. I am also for saving the environment. It makes me cringe to think how many diapers I've thrown in the waste. My son is in diapers and we are planning for more. Hopefully our next kids at leasat will be in cloth!
    I am Lindsey Karr following you on google
    http://twitter.com/LindseyKarr/status/30273709595955201
    http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000226120358
    email- LKarr1125@yahoo.com

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  19. Just shared on Twitter and Facebook ;)

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  20. I'm expecting my 6th child in April and have always been interested in CDs, just never brave enough to try it! I am so ready to save money and give it a try! I've just shared on FB and
    my email address is dandhgarrison@yahoo.com

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  21. well, I have a couple of friends who have highly recommended it to me, I had the same reason to not to as most...it seems like a lot to start out. But I have spent that same amount buying in bulk a time or two. The other reason was that I was just used to what I was doing and fear of the unknown was preventing me from taking the bull by the horns. Well, now that I am pregnant with babies number four AND five, I am really thinking about how much money will be saved! and how many stinky disposable diapers won't be piling up if I use CDs!
    So, it would be wicked awesome to win these, and if I don't I am going to make the change anyhow!
    Once you get used to something, it becomes routine, and once it becomes routine we couldn't imagine it any other way, so why not!
    my email address is :
    deb.simsmama@hotmail.com

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  22. Just a reminder You HAVE to follow us here, and on facebook or you'll be disqualified.

    post a comment on facebook saying hi! so we know you are following us.

    the rest of the entries you have to post on here so I can count them properly. If you post on twitter post your twitter name here
    If you post on FB post a link to your post here
    etc etc..

    this is so everyone's entries can be fairly counted and we can get these to the rightful winners!

    And don't worry we will do this every month!! <3 We want so spread the fluffy love to those who want to give it a chance! :)

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  23. Following via google friend connect : )
    SashaBreeze@gmail.com

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  24. I had toyed around with cloth diapering in the past and while it was not a lot of extra work I just couldnt commit to it.
    Now I am in a situation where I have newborn twins, a 2 year old that has totally potty regressed on me, and an autistic 4 year old still in diapers. So that is FOUR kids in diapers. We use cloth for what feels like a million reasons but the leading reason has got to be we just cant afford not to! lol
    SashaBreeze@gmail.com

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  25. http://www.facebook.com/?ref=home#!/profile.php?id=1066702114

    SashaBreeze@gmail.com

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  26. I hope I did the link thing right...
    I am a little sleep deprived at the moment and I couldnt for the life of me figure out for sure how to do that...
    ; )

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  27. I follow you with GFC :)
    cdcontests at gmail dot com

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  28. I started cloth diapers because we were on a tight budget and I also hate sending trash to the landfill! That's why I love CDing so much!

    cdcontests at gmail dot com

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  29. I'm following via GFC. :)

    jmomma1203@gmail.com

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  30. I follow you on twitter and tweeted:
    http://twitter.com/#!/CDcontests/status/31049898572914688

    cdcontests at gmail dot com

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  31. I LOVE LOVE LOVE cloth diapering because it's best for my baby and the environment, I get to do some laundry I actually enjoy, and they're so cute! This giveaway is awesome because I have only ever tried pocket diapers and I really want to try a prefold/cover system. I love cloth so much I figured I should try the originals. :)

    jmomma1203@gmail.com

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  32. I liked you on Facebook. My Facebook name is Jamie Johnson and my id is jmommy. :)

    jmomma1203@gmail.com

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  33. I follow you via GFC! AlishaS

    ae_sheremeta18 at hotmail dot com

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  34. I love cloth diapering because I know I am saving a whole wack of money and also keeping a whole bunch of sposies out of the landfill. Plus a fluffy tush is so darn cute!

    ae_sheremeta18 at hotmail dot com

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  35. I like you on FB and left a message on your page! Alisha Duncan

    ae_sheremeta18 at hotmail dot com

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  36. I posted a status on my FB page! http://www.facebook.com/#!/permalink.php?story_fbid=179603215411937&id=520015116

    ae_sheremeta18 at hotmail dot com

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  37. I tweeted! http://twitter.com/#!/LeashaE/status/31054415934783488

    ae_sheremeta18 at hotmail dot com

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  38. I posted a status about this giveaway

    http://www.facebook.com/InstinctualMamas?ref=ts&v=wall#!/permalink.php?story_fbid=130669620332043&id=181157688573821

    jmomma1203@gmail.com

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  39. I tweeted

    http://twitter.com/#!/TripleDutyMomma/status/31055577031376896

    jmomma1203@gmail.com

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  40. Mandatory 1

    GFC follower Darcy

    darcyzalewski at gmail dot com

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  41. /mandatory 2

    I started using cloth fulltime about a week & a half ago. I love the savings and reducing our trash!

    Plus they are so cute!


    darcyzalewski at gmail dot com

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  42. like you on fb & commented Darcy Zalewski


    darcyzalewski at gmail dot com

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  43. follow your blog
    tannis_z at excite dot com

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  44. I don't cloth diaper yet, I would like to though, because I think it is better for the environment. Less waste going to the landfills, and fluff on a baby is so much cuter than disposables!
    tannis_z at excite dot com

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  45. like you on fb
    tannis_z at excite dot com

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  46. tweet
    http://twitter.com/#!/green_twiggy/status/31073710244896768
    tannis_z at excite dot com

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  47. follow GFC
    i already cloth diaper. i love it b/c it saves $$, is better for my baby & the environment...and it's so much cuter! :)
    taraz9 at excite dot com

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  48. http://twitter.com/curious_kitty/status/31097240701370368
    taraz9 at excite dot com

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  49. I follow you on gfc

    I cloth diaper part time/ I love being able to think about how much money i am saving! As well as knowing that it is one less diaper in the trash.

    sophieandmomma at gmail dot com

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  50. follow on FB
    taraz9 at excite dot com

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  51. I like you on fb and left a comment on your page! :) about the lactation cupcakes! wow...i think that is inventive!

    sophieandmomma at gmail dot com

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  52. new follower via gfc
    mcintosh dot kimberley at gmail dot com
    we love cloth diapering because it is best for our baby, super easy, extra cute, and good for the environment. We are saving lots of $$$ and can use our stash for all of our future children

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  53. new liker on fb and left you a comment
    mcintosh dot kimberley at gmail dot com

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  54. http://twitter.com/#!/mcintoshkim/status/31123042721595392
    mcintosh dot kimberley at gmail dot com

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  56. I've followed you on Google Friend Connect.

    I use cloth because it's good for the environment, economical, and FUN! Researching cloth diapers has become a new hobby!

    monihope85 at gmail dot com

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  57. I want to use cloth because it's better for the baby, environment and my wallet. I haven't tried it yet, because we don't have our baby yet.

    marbaby68 at yahoo dot com

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  58. following you!

    hmt90a at gmail.com

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  59. I use cloth for the cost savings!

    hmt90a at gmail.com

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  60. posted the giveaway as my status:

    http://www.facebook.com/InstinctualMamas?ref=ts&v=wall#!/hmt90a

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  61. tweeted

    http://twitter.com/#!/hmt90a/status/31166851413184512

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  63. Following via GFC!

    rachelmroberts91@yahoo.com

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  65. I like you on facebook!

    rachelmroberts91@yahoo.com

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  66. We just started CDing, but haven't done it full time yet because my stash isn't quite big enough yet. So far though me and my husband both love it and how much money it is going to save us, especially since this is our first child so we can use them for all the following children! :)

    rachelmroberts91@yahoo.com

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  67. i just signed up to follow you on google friend!

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  68. i JUST started CD (meaning I have about 4... lol) - I always felt like it was some kind of cult that i never got an invite to, and felt .. i dunno.. lonely? to try to start it.. then i saw Charlie Bananas on a discount site and they were SO cute and my friend cloth diapers and my husband knew i was curious, so he bought me 2 of them saying i should just try it at night and see how we feel. well my daughter wouldn't go back to sposies at night! she LOVED them.. and she cracked up and "pranced" (if a 6 month old could prance..) around in them. my husband loved it, i loved it, so we agreed to start collecting more, but only at a decent price. he's out of work now (just finished in the Navy) and so we fel like at least we have the few we have so we don't have to worry about buying diapers if money starts getting tight!

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  69. i follow you on twitter! @kariboomeeker

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  70. I follow you via GFC.

    I use cloth for my second mainly because I justed wanted to try it - they looked so cute in the stores. And I wanted to save money and put less waste into the world.

    I just love cloth diapers and really wish I had used them with my daughter!

    eliz_lind at yahoo dot ca

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  71. i 'like' you on FB

    eliz_lind at yahoo dot ca

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  72. I follow on gfc
    brandy nelson
    girlforgotten81@aol.com

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  73. I LOVE cloth because with 2 small babies, it saves a TON of money, and we are a 1 income household. I also love that they aren't all full of nasty chemicals, and there is nothing cuter than a fluffy butt!
    girlforgotten81@aol.com

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  74. I'm am totally new to cloth diapers. I'm excited and can't wait. My Muffin turned 1 Jan6th and I decided that I wanted to save some money and started researching cloth diapers and I will be buying my first few Feb8th. I'm nervous but ready.
    candiestaken @ gmail . com

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  75. I'm following via GFC and Twitter.
    Email candiestaken ( at) gmail.com

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  76. daily tweet

    KariBooMeeker Karilyn
    Win an Econobum starter pack from @InstinctualMama http://ow.ly/3M7th (2/1) loving all these giveaways! (posted 29 january at 09:10 am Central)

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  77. Tweet!! http://twitter.com/#!/LeashaE/status/31399025336909825

    ae_sheremeta18 at hotmail dot com

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  78. I follow via GFC
    tageorge6386@xipline.com

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  79. I love CD'ing because it is so much better for my babies' bottoms! The chemicals found in sposies can be linked to Cancer, Fertility problems, TSS, and so much more. There are so many reasons but that is my main priority... The health of my LO's!
    tageorge6386@xipline.com

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  80. gfc follower
    I am due in Sept and we already know we will be cloth diapering our children and I have my stash started. I plan to CD because it is so much better for your baby's bottom and better for the environment. Also you have to love the money you will save!!
    Kristin15172004 AT yahoo DOT com

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  81. I didn't see that that was 2 entries lol.
    GFC follower
    Kristin15172004 AT yahoo DOT com

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  82. i posted a tweet earlier from the 29th, this tweet was from the 28th (and i figured out how to do the URL!)

    http://twitter.com/#!/KariBooMeeker/status/31221837455163392

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  83. I tweeted.

    http://twitter.com/#!/TripleDutyMomma/status/31489317184479232

    jmomma1203@gmail.com

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  84. So I just followed your blog there's my first entry c:

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  85. I already liked you but I wrote on your wall letting you know I am excited to be entered and hope to win. I also posted in my status about the giveaway, here is the link to my profile
    http://www.facebook.com/TheLeakyBoob/posts/177997822238193?notif_t=feed_comment#!/profile.php?id=512554491

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  86. now here is my email so you can get in touch with me c: elizabeth.the.apple@hotmail.com

    When I was pregnant with my first I was on the CD bandwagon. I was so excited and pumped to get started. Slowly I was discouraged by what I would have considered some of the bravest parents who a lot of ppl would have considered crunchy. little by little I was more discouraged and eventually donated my cloth diaper bundle to the food bank. I have had every thought you put on your list time and time again. I feel a tinge of guilt knowing I will be getting an "exception" on garbage day because I have two lo's in diapers so everyone gets one bag and I get two bags per week. I am ready to make the switch... I think lol I've never actually tried so push away!! c:

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  87. I follow you on GFC. I would like to try cloth diapering to save $$$

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  88. I want to save $ I just saw that the mandatory were two separate comments hence the repetitive nature of my comments

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  89. Followed u on FB and GFC.
    Posted on my FB as status: http://touch.facebook.com/tbiggers

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  90. I don't CD yet but I have attempted making a few. Had a wicking problem though;( #failatsewing I did cloth to potty train my 2yo though. My baby is 6mo and it's time to give the CDs another try. $$$ is def my issue.

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  91. Oh yeah my EM addy. T dot Biggers at gmail dot com

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  92. tweeting this morning!

    http://twitter.com/KariBooMeeker/status/31743888406355968

    karilynaley@yahoo.com

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  93. Tweet! http://twitter.com/#!/LeashaE/status/31786155452145664

    ae_sheremeta18 at hotmail dot com

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  94. I tweeted.

    http://twitter.com/#!/TripleDutyMomma/status/31918508048646145

    jmomma1203@gmail.com

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  95. I love cloth diapering and my favorite thing about it is doing the laundry!! For anyone who hasn't started yet you will think I am insane for saying that but seeing the diaper basket all full of freshly stuffed pockets makes my day!

    Following on GFC!

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  96. Tweet! http://twitter.com/#!/LeashaE/status/32114505571901440

    ae_sheremeta18 at hotmail dot com

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  97. http://twitter.com/KariBooMeeker/status/32113127919194112

    karilynaley at yahoo dot com

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  98. I follow you via GFC. etwilkins at gmail dot com

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  99. What I love about cloth diapers (and why I use them) is that I am not wasting my money or the earth's resources on something I am just going to throw away. Plus they are super cute and my baby has never had a rash. etwilkins at gmail dot com

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  100. Tweeted!
    http://twitter.com/#!/IamMrsWilkins/status/32177085111861249

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  101. I follow you via GFC.

    rutheadler at gmail.com

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  102. I want to cloth diaper! We are due with our first this summer and want to try CDing for so many reasons, I just need to show my husband it's not that bad! He's afraid of newborns in general (what first time dad isn't?) and doesn't want to deal with any poop.

    rutheadler at gmail.com

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  103. following on GFC -
    this is first time cloth diapering-baby is due in 2 months. I have a small stash and looking to build it some more. doing it to save money and I like all the cute prints and color.

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  104. mandatory entry # 2
    following on GFC -
    this is first time cloth diapering-baby is due in 2 months. I have a small stash and looking to build it some more. doing it to save money and I like all the cute prints and color.

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  105. Liked you on FB and commented
    Sappho W

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  106. tweeted: http://twitter.com/#!/walkwithme/status/32235559309021185

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  107. shared on facebook w/tag to your page!

    http://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=169416366438587&id=67600407

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  108. GFC follower

    libby dot bloom dot hunt at gmail dot com

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  109. I love CDing because it's so good for my little one's bum and saves us so much $. This would be perfect for us -- I didn't start my son in cloth until he was 5 months, and we are going to do prefolds for our daughter on the way.

    libby dot bloom dot hunt at gmail dot com

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  110. FB fan, commented on your page: libby bloom hunt

    libby dot bloom dot hunt at gmail dot com

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  111. shared on my FB page: http://www.facebook.com/libby.hunt/posts/186487738041299

    libby dot bloom dot hunt at gmail dot com

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  112. tweeted: http://twitter.com/libstress/status/32264179817652224

    libby dot bloom dot hunt at gmail dot com

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  113. Shared on my fb page again, and tweeted.
    http://touch.facebook.com/tbiggers

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  114. I have cloth diapered both my girls and am due in June with a little boy. I have not tried these diapers before and would love for a chance too.

    Rmduer@gmail.com

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  115. I follow you on Google Friend Connect!
    Emily Gonzalez
    thissideofcrunchy (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  116. I love using cloth diapers because it saves us a load of money and keeps my baby's bottom rash free.
    Emily Gonzalez
    thissideofcrunchy (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  117. I posted a comment on the Instinctual Mamas page under the contest information link.
    Emily Gonzalez
    thissideofcrunchy (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  118. I posted the giveaway as a status update. Here's the link, but I'm not sure whether you'll be able to see it since my profile is private.
    http://www.facebook.com/emkgonzalez
    Emily Gonzalez
    thissideofcrunchy (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  119. I tweeted about this giveaway. I'm new to twitter, so I'm not sure how to link it.
    http://twitter.com/#!/AllGonzCrazy



    @AllGonzCrazy
    Emily Gonzalez
    Giveaway! http://instinctualmamas.blogspot.com/2011/01/spreading-fluffy-lovecloth-diaper.html?showComment=1296544909525#c3783094747351679229

    Emily Gonzalez
    thissideofcrunchy (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  120. Tweet

    http://twitter.com/#!/TripleDutyMomma/status/32430853736898560

    jmomma1203@gmail.com

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  121. Tweet! http://twitter.com/#!/LeashaE/status/32470406422073344

    ae_sheremeta18 at hotmail dot com

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  122. http://twitter.com/KariBooMeeker/status/32476486543872001

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  123. shared on FB! with a tag to your page..

    http://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=181273328577589&id=67600407

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  124. I follow on google friend connect

    star.rodblog@gmail.com

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  125. I use cloth because we're poor, lol.

    star.rodblog@gmail.com

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  126. I liked you/commented on Facebook.

    star.rodblog@gmail.com

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  127. I like you on facebook... duh my son is the profile pic :)

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  128. CONTEST CLOSED 4PM PST Winners in an hour :D

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  129. hello..my name is aleya..i'm 20 year old baby girl and also love wearing diapers..cloth diapers is great diaper and i can hold for the the long time when wear it..:)..just sharing..:)

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