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Published on November 20th, 2013 | by Brittney French

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Thursday Giveaway: Thankful for Cloth Diapers

thumbnail'Tis the season — to be thankful for cloth diapers.

I've been pinching my pennies for the last few weeks so I can afford to purchase holiday gifts for my friends and family. Lately, I've been going out to eat less frequently, spending a few more nights at home, and budgeting better.

This is a way of life for some parents. Raising a child is expensive and cutting a few corners can go a long way in saving a few extra bucks. When you use cloth diapers, you never have to worry about purchasing disposables. You will always have diapers available and do not have to have to add this expense into your budget.

For this week's giveaway, we want to know why you're thankful for cloth diapers and how they've helped your family. Two people will win a bumGenius, Flip or Econobum diaper of their choice. 

To enter, tell us in the comment section below. 

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Eligible entries must be posted no later than midnight Eastern time, Wednesday, Nov. 27, 2013. U.S. residents only. Void where prohibited by law. No purchase necessary to win. Winners will be drawn after the close of the contest and notified via email. This promotion is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with, Facebook. We hereby release Facebook of any liability. New prints excluded.

 

 

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About the Author

Brittney is a social media coordinator for Cotton Babies. She has three sisters, loves pizza and enjoys listening to obscure bands no one has heard of. Outside of posting on the Cotton Babies Facebook page, she babysits a few cloth diaper-wearing kids and cheers for her favorite sports team.



145 Responses to Thursday Giveaway: Thankful for Cloth Diapers

  1. Laura says:

    I’m thankful for cloth diapers because they will be the cheapest, softest and most natural way to diaper my baby’s bottom! Plus, my Mom cloth diapered me.

  2. Brittani Smeltzer says:

    I am thankful for cloth diapers because there are some months when money is tight and it’s comforting to know that we don’t have the extra expense of a box of diapers a week. I absolutely love cloth on my babies!!!

  3. I am thankful for cloth diapers because John has been laid off for 6 months at a time the last few years and I have no clue how we would have been able to buy diapers if we had to.

  4. I am new to cloth diapering and am so thankful I found this site to help me out. I love the convenience of using cloth diapers, that I am contributing to cutting down on landfill waste, and that I find enjoyment in provinding the best for my son.

  5. Rose says:

    I am thankful for cloth diapers because they are easy on our budget and our baby’s bum.

  6. Nike Meyer says:

    I started using cloth when I was diapering my younger brothers and sisters (oldest of nine here!) and now that I have my own baby I was able to use my Mom’s stash to start out. With all the expenses that came with having a new little one, the fact that I haven’t had to buy new diapers for almost a year makes me incredibly thankful. Now that the old hand-me-downs are finally wearing out, I’m thankful to have found a great company like bumGenius to build up my collection.

  7. Danielle F says:

    I am thankful for cloth diapers because they are going to save me money!

  8. Deena says:

    I’m thankful for cloth diapers so that all those disposables are not ending up in the landfills

  9. erin says:

    I am thankful for all the money I save with two boys in diapers. Bonus is how cute fluffy butts are!

  10. Melisa Darnieder says:

    I am thankful because I can now tell others how easy it really is!

  11. Lacy v V says:

    I am thankful for cloth diapers because they save money and are always available.

  12. Erin B. says:

    I am thankful that I never have to run out and buy diapers at any given time – I never run out with cloth :)

  13. Lily Ivey says:

    I’m thankful for cloth diapers because we are not adding disposable waste to the landfill and they are better for baby’s skin.

  14. Janice P. says:

    I am thankful for the money I save!

  15. Hi am yank flu that I don’t have to put chemicals on my babies bottom.

  16. Diane c. says:

    I am thankful that I don’t have to worry about running out of diapers and that I can help keep waste out of landfills.

  17. Cindy H says:

    I am thankful that they save us so much money and look so cute..

  18. Savannah Logan says:

    they save my family money and are great for my kids’ sensitive skin.

  19. Michelle Lee says:

    I’m thankful that cloth diapers allow me to keep chemicals off my baby’s bottom.

  20. Rebeca says:

    I’m thankful that my friends have helped me to realize the amount I can save by using cloth diapers. The money saved can be used to afford other necessities

  21. Ashley Despain says:

    I’m thankful for cloth diapers because I never have to run out and buy diapers. I always have some on hand :) In the long run I know I will save money!

  22. Maegan Washington says:

    I’m thankful for cloth diapers because it saves us money, keeps our little man from getting evil rashes, and it saves a lot of trash in the land fills! Plus they are just so cute!!

  23. scianda says:

    I’m thankful that I can save money, and her bum is covered in something adorable and non-toxic.

  24. Ashley F says:

    I am thankful for cloth because we never “run out” of diapers. Also, I am thankful for how cute they are (LOL).

  25. Maia G says:

    They save money!

  26. Kim S. says:

    no late night runs to get diapers!

  27. Katie F says:

    Because there have been times we wouldn’t have been able to afford to buy diapers for our son.

  28. Kelly says:

    I’m thankful for cloth because it keeps my baby girl from having a sore bottom. Hooray for controlling what touches baby’s sensitive skin!

  29. Jay Dee says:

    Because they save us money!

  30. Sarah says:

    Cloth is much better for our little girl’s skin, and for that I am ever so thankful! I love that it is healthier for the environment as well. (And our Freetimes are just so easy and cute!)

  31. Karen says:

    I am thankful for cloth diapers because they allow me the opportunity to live a greener life. I am also so thankful for other cloth diaper Mom’s who spend the time washing and sorting to keep disposables out of the landfills. Thank-you cotton babies for making this an affordable option for all of us :)

  32. Jutta P. says:

    I’m thankful that they allow me enough extra room in my budget that I don’t have to worry about extra expenditures like Christmas!

  33. Cindy H says:

    I’m thankful that only 100% natural fabric touches my baby.

  34. Kaitlin L. says:

    I’m thankful for cloth diapers because they are reusable and they save money.

  35. Rebecca T says:

    I’m thankful cloth diapers are easier on our planet which our children will inherit in a few short years.

  36. Denise says:

    I am thankful for how cute cloth diapers look on my LO all while reducing the amount of waste going into the landfills!

  37. Kristina Robinson says:

    I am thankful they save diapers from being in the landfills and we can kind recycle diapers :P

  38. Cloth diapers have changed everything about our lives. Not only are they fun and my son loves picking out his own diaper, but cloth diaper families become a part of a community. I am very thankful that we chose cloth diapers because of the impact it had on our budget as well. My husband and I are both artists, we don’t exactly make a lot of money ;)

  39. Megan Webb says:

    I am thankful for doing something to help the environment!

  40. Sarah Hayes says:

    im thankful for them bc they save a lot of money

  41. Kim h says:

    I’m thankful for cloth diapers because it save us money right now and taking care of the environment is a huge deal to me!

  42. Kate O'Brien says:

    i am thankful for cloth diapers because they help save our family money.

  43. Jacalyn says:

    I am thankful because it is better for baby and the environment!

  44. Kate says:

    It saves us money in the long-term!

  45. Charity Bryce says:

    I am thankful for cloth diapers because I don’t have toe factor in diaper costs into my monthly budget. :)

  46. PatriCia B says:

    I am thankful for cloth diapers because my son is allergic to most brands of disposables. So not only is his skin healthier, but it saves us a bunch of money!

  47. Vivian Sun says:

    I have saved tons of money cloth diapering. So thankful for that because we only have one income and I still love and am able to spoil my kids!

  48. Kalsie Adams Mathews says:

    I am thankful for a money saving and eco-friendly alternative to disposables and an option that is safe for my babies skin!

  49. Kelly Choma says:

    I am thankful for more $$$$ and less chemicals!

  50. kat says:

    they save money and look cute

  51. Sarah Chattin says:

    saves money and the environment. Also is butter for baby bums

  52. Nettie Larson says:

    They allow us to be able to save money! We save so much by using cloth diapers. And my son is 9 months old and never had a rash! :D

  53. Leela R. says:

    I’m thankful for cloth because it allows me to keep nasty chemical off my son’s bum and diapers out of the landfill.

  54. Paige says:

    I’m thankful for cloth diapers because they give me a neat connection with my mother and mother-in-law who cloth diapered their kiddos.

  55. I really like the variety of colors, brands, and the eco friendly aspect, but what attracted me most was the cost!

  56. Erica says:

    I am thankful that they will save me money!

  57. Julie Ghrist says:

    because they help save money so i can stay home with my babies rather than work!

  58. Peppin says:

    I’m thankful for cloth diapers because they seem much better for the environment.

  59. christine k says:

    I’m thankful they keep chemicals off my babies, but even more thankful now that they keep money in my pocket and put money in my pocket. I got laid off just before having my second baby, and not only do I never have to worry about money for diapers or wipes, but I have been selling my extras to pay some bills.

  60. Tara says:

    I thankful for cloth because it is another way I can help save money for our family.

  61. Alexis Bertch says:

    I’m thankful for cloth diapers because they save my money and our environment!!!

  62. Katie S says:

    I am thankful that I will never run out of diapers and have the luxury of changing baby boy whenever he gets wet instead of being guilty of all the diapers I’m thowing away.

  63. mckmnm says:

    I’m thankful for the money they save us.

  64. Joelle says:

    For removing one of the largest ongoing expenses involved in having a baby. That is such a relief!

  65. amanda says:

    I’m thankful.for cloth diapers because it helps keep my babys bum free of rashes, saves us money, and helps.me keep a clear conscious about all the chemicals not only tpuching.my baby butb going into landfills as well.

  66. Jen B says:

    I’m thankful for cloth diapers because my daughter was allergic to something in disposables and constantly had a rash prior to switching

  67. Rachel R says:

    No rashes and I don’t have to run out and buy diapers!

  68. Jennifer (robbins) A. says:

    I am thankful for cloth diapers, because they are easier than they use to be to use, better for the environment, my wallet, and my baby! :)

  69. Danielle S says:

    I’m thankful for the cute fluffy bum and the $savings!

  70. Amanda H says:

    I’m thankful for saving money in the long run, not throwing disposables in landfills, and not exposing my kiddo’s bum to extra chemicals

  71. Cabrina says:

    I’m thankful for cloth diapers because I don’t have to worry about running out of diapers and having to run to the store. I’m also thankful for the way help our family be more envirnomentally conscious.

  72. Trisha says:

    Saves money and kind to the environment!

  73. Britni Wing says:

    The money I’ll be saving in the long run is a huge benefit and I am grateful for their adorable designs.

  74. Beth Ann says:

    I am thankful that I never have to go to the grocery store in the middle of the night to get diapers. :)

  75. Adriana says:

    I am one of the few moms that are given the opportunity to stay at home with there baby so i am thankful for cloth diapers because I know am helping the earth and my husband budget. I only have 3 cloth diapers so i still use disposable, but i know am making a difference i know that means 3 lesS diapers i will trow to the trash and i know disposable diapers takes around 500 years to discomposed so am berry thankful for cloth diapers. I am still trying to make my cloth diaper stash but Hopefully one day I would be able to say I am a cloth diaper mom only

  76. Beki Lozano says:

    i am thankful for cloth diapers because ill never run out of diapers for my son and its just safer for his bum!

  77. Emily Stewart says:

    I am thankful for cloth diapers because it’s all my little fella can handle with his super sensitive bum!

  78. Nicole Hoover says:

    I am thankful for cloth diapers because by going green and not filling the landfills with disposal diapers will help our little ones years from now.

  79. tanya says:

    i’m thankful because they are more economical

  80. Beth Rees says:

    I am thankful for cloth diapers because not only do I not have to contribute more trash to the landfills, but my baby also has a super cute bum

  81. Natalie says:

    I’m thankful for all the money were saving! We did disposables for the first 3 months and spent about $60 per month; now I’m not wasting money or polluting!

  82. Rachelle says:

    I am thankful for cloth diapers because it has helped keep my sensitive-skin-baby diaper rash free while saving our family money while I have been unable to work due to my inflammatory arthritis condition.

  83. Melissa C. says:

    I’m thankful for cloth diapers because they alleviated my son’s eczema

  84. sg says:

    They don’t leak! And they save us $$

  85. Andrea says:

    I am thankful for the cost savings of cloth diapers!

  86. Sarah G. says:

    I am thankful because we save money and the environment.

  87. Valerie S says:

    I’m thankful they’re comfortable for baby & save money!

  88. Jessica says:

    I am incredibly thankful for cloth diapers! We recently switched and between our two daughters, the switch to cloth will save us about $5,000 a year! That savings is going into our “home savings” fund. We really need to buy our first home and by this time next year, thanks to cloth diapering, we will be $5,000 closer!

  89. Connie says:

    They have saved our family so much money! We can budget without having to factor diapers which makes life much easier.

  90. Melynda says:

    I am thankful for cloth diapers because with all the money we save not having to buy disposables, I am able to buy more organic food and healthier toiletries for my family

  91. Kelley H. says:

    I am thankful for cloth diapers because they have really helped me save money for my family!

  92. Samantha Yoder says:

    I am thankful for another way to reduce waste going in to our landfills. I try to avoid any “use it once and throw it away” kind of products whenever possible and I am so happy that cloth diapering is an option.

  93. Katie S says:

    I’m thankful for my cloth diapers because our budget is really tight and I’m so grateful that we don’t have to find room in our budget for disposables. I know that in an emergency I’d still be able to diaper my baby. I’m also grateful for the health benefits to my child and for the friends I’ve made being a cloth-diapering mama!

  94. Emily says:

    It saves us so much money!!

  95. Erin Ritter says:

    I am thankful for cloth diapers for giving me a way to diaper my baby without filling up a landfill with trash, also I am thankful that cloth diapers allow me to have only cotton and other natural materials against my baby’s skin!

  96. Lacey J says:

    I am thankful for cloth diapers because they’re easy on my babies skin. I am very fortunate to have gotten almost all of our diapers cheap or free, which has made it affordable. With another baby due in two weeks we don’t have to buy any diapers!! All things to be thankful for :)

  97. Mary Franks says:

    I’m so thankful for the durability of cloth diapers. The diapers we bought 13 years ago are still serving us for our newest baby! Never did I imagine they would hold up so long. We are just now replacing some of our stash as they are showing their age. What has touched me most, however, is using my grandmother’s flats. She passed a few years ago and as the family was sorting through the boxes of memories she left behind, they found the cloth diapers that she packed away after her diapering days were over. I feel such a sweet connection with her when I use them on my newborn. I’m sure they will not last to diaper another baby, but the time now is very sweet and healing.

  98. Shannon M says:

    I am thankful for cloth diapers because I just lost my job and although I started cloth for environmental & cuteness reasons, I am now also experiencing the financial reasons. We have made cuts in other places already but don’t need to worry about diapers.

  99. Amy H says:

    I’m thankful for these characteristics of cloth diapers: super cuteness!, cost savings & not having to run out to a big box store when diapers are low (it’s usually having to run to the laundry room bc they’re not folded!!).

  100. Joanna Porter says:

    Sometimes I feel like I’m at the grocery store or another store every day of the week! Thanks to our cloth diapers and wipes, I’ve never had to do a last-minute or late-night diaper shopping trip! I would much rather throw in a load of diaper laundry and relax on the sofa than have to make a trip out . Every few days my husband I sit on the bed together and catch up while we sort a big basket of cloth diaper laundry. As precious as our free time is these days, I am very thankful for every minute of quality time I can spend with my family. Cloth diapers certainly help!

  101. Anne Glover says:

    My husband has Multiple Sclerosis and my 10 year old daughter is a three year cancer survivor. Needless to say, we go to a lot of doctors appointments. Having my 16 month old daughter in cloth diapers helps SO much. We have to stay in a hotel for two days. This is because all the testing won’t fit in one day! So all the savings from cloth diapering goes into trips to the doctor for both my husband and older daughter.

  102. Jennifer says:

    because with #2 on the way and #1 still in diapers they’re gonna save me a lot of money. plus we have to pay for trash down at the dump by weight/burn it ourselves (papergoods) so its already saved me a ton,… pee weighs a lot! :)

  103. Jessica M. says:

    I’m thankful for cloth diapers because my kids get cute, soft cotton against their skin instead of chemicals and paper. I’m thankful that I just need to put up a load of laundry if I’m low on diapers.

  104. Chelsea says:

    Because they are cute, better for the environment and my baby boy doesn’t get diaper rash like he does with disposables.

  105. Becky B. says:

    I’m thankful for cloth diapers because not only do I not have to buy disposables, but I can also feel good about what I’m putting on my baby’s bottom and I’m helping the environment. I’ve also been able to encourage others to give it a try too!

  106. Mary S says:

    I am thankful for cloth diapers because they do save us money!

  107. Cheri P. says:

    My family is thankful for cloth diapering because it has eliminated that negative connotation to diapering your child from newborn until potty trained, as well as the expense that is so dreaded by many. I’m a SAHM and have been very thankful for over a year to be able to cloth diaper our son exclusively. We are so enthusiastic about cloth diapers that we hand wash them and fan dry them on a drying rack. Cloth diapering is universal and can work for all different types of families. On – the – go, stay at home or working parents. There are systems that work for all. It’s the best option for diapering your child and we are blessed to cloth diaper and help others who are just starting out. And for those reasons, I am very thankful :)

  108. Brittney Salisbury says:

    Cloth diapering has really cut down the amount of money we will spend monthly. Our “diaper money” goes into a savings account for our sons’ futures. My older son had such terrible diaper rashes no matter what I tried, so we decided to try cloth diapering with our second child. It has been such a game changer for us.

  109. Maegan says:

    I am thankful for how much money cloth diapers has saved me and will continue to save me through child #3 that is on the way. What a relief to know that I pretty much already have all of the diapers I will need for this baby and how much money it will save us!

  110. Maggie W says:

    I am thankful that cloth diapering has saved me lots of money and that I don’t have to make midnight runs to the store because we’ve run out of disposables!

  111. Maria says:

    Cloth diapers saved us when my middle child was suffering from rash due to sensitive skin/disposable diapers. We’ve used those same diapers on another child, our newborn diapers have diapered 5 babies, and we’ve saved loads of money. It was a struggle to buy them initially but was a huge blessing to our budget. In the end, I now have my dream job thanks to cloth diapers!

  112. Marissa Dettmer says:

    I am thankful for cloth diapers because they have helped make it possible to still put food on the table and toilet paper I the bathroom.

  113. Michelle says:

    Cloth diapers have been a huge help for our family. We didn’t anticipate the first year of our first child would be one of the most financially difficult times in our marriage this far- and not even because of adding our son to the family. It’s been a huge money saver!

  114. Nikki Moore says:

    I’m thankful for the money we save by cloth diapering. That was the reason we switched to cloth 3 years ago. Now, well into CDing our second child, I cannot imagine using disposables again. Even my husband is on the cloth bandwagon. He calls disposables “fake diapers” lol

  115. Kayla P. says:

    When our oldest was born I was working but my husband wasn’t, I had been on bed rest for 2 weeks before she was born and didn’t have paid time off. We were gifted a few cloth diapers and out of desperation for a cheap solution we tried them and fell in love after the first would have been blow out diaper. Over the last 3.5 years we have gone through off and on again times of my husband being employed. Cloth diapers kept us from a lot of added stress when it came to times the budget wasn’t adding up, at least we didn’t have to buy diapers too. We’re expecting our 3rd child with #2 still in diapers and still looking at a super tight budget. We can be thankful for our growing family rather than stressed by added expenses this time around.

  116. Jessica says:

    Cloth diapers have helped me save money.

  117. Katrina says:

    I am thankful for the cloth diapers as it has allowed our family to make purchases in other areas of life.

  118. Lyss Tayler says:

    I am thankful for cloth diapers because as a single mom with very little income and no help from the father or my family it was difficult to provide everything my daughter needed when I was spending $45-90 a month on disposables. I was literally throwing money away. I had about $20 left every month after getting diapers, food, and wipes. So I decided to start putting that $20 to the side each month to buy a few cloth diapers to give them a try. Now we are fully cloth diapered during the day and disposables at night due to leaking issues. If it wasn’t for cloth diapers I wouldn’t able to support my daughter and make sure she has everything she needs.

  119. Lyss Tayler says:

    I am thankful for cloth diapers because as a single mom with very little income and no help from the father or family it was difficult to provide everything my daughter needed when I was spending $45-90 a month on disposables. I was literally throwing money away. I had about $20 left every month after getting diapers, food, and wipes. So I decided to start putting that $20 to the side each month to buy a few cloth diapers to get them a try. Now we are fully diapered during the day and disposables at night due to leaking issues. If it wasn’t for cloth diapers I wouldn’t able to support my daughter and make sure she has everything she needs.

  120. Sarah says:

    We have saved so much money.

  121. Abi Dodrill says:

    With twin babies we love using cloth diapers because it has saved us so much money every month and continues to do so. My husband is in school getting his MDiv and I am home full time with our one year old twins. We are pretty much living on loans so every cent we can save matters and makes a huge impact. Thanks Cotton Babies!!!

  122. Sarah O. says:

    I am thankful for the money they save our family and for the fact that the task/chore that most parents dread, I enjoy and find to be very rewarding!!

  123. Tamara Sz says:

    So thankful about how much money they’ve saved us!

  124. Tami L says:

    Bc they, are good for environment & were a huge money saver when we had 2 in diapers! And they’re adorable!!

  125. Melanie Evans says:

    I’m thankful for cloth diapers because my husband is not working right now because of a recent back surgery. Our income is greatly reduced and it’s nice to know that we will never run out of diapers.

  126. Jennifer Osmondson says:

    The only thing I am thankful for is no longer dealing with the allergic rash.

  127. Megan voight-sellers says:

    I am thankful for my cloth because I have been out if work for 3 weeks and would not have been able to afford disposables. Having my cloth means I will always be able to diaper my child whatever finances look like.

  128. Rachel says:

    Cloth diapers have helped our family by keeping the baby rash free. Anytime we use a disposal he ends up with a bad rash :(

  129. Cathy says:

    I’m thankful for cloth diapers because it means I don’t have to toss disposables in a landfill … And my children’s future will benefit from that.

  130. After my husband lost his job and we’ve had to move to find jobs, cloth diapering allowed us to provide for our son when we didn’t have much money. Thank you cotton babies!

  131. Kristin Ruggieri says:

    When I was pregnant with my son I wanted to try cloth diapers. Simply because I wanted to do something that was both economical and environmental. When i did the research the upfront costs deterred me. When my son was born we used disposables but they leaked. He would wake up with his whole stomach wet but the diaper would be rather dry. It was so annoying so I revisited the cloth diaper idea. We went through many brands but cottonbabies were the only one that didn’t leak and i loved the ease of the all-in-ones. It’s nice to know that although my son goes to bed with a badonk-a-donk every night both he and the sheets will be dry come morning!

  132. Sarah says:

    with a surprise 5th baby an already super stretched to the max budget cloth diapers have become a way of life.we don’t ever get to eat out and I can’t even afford gifts for my kids this year never mind friends and other family members. my husband works so hard and it is still not enough. plus I babysit to help but neither of us make enough money to cover all of our bills every month.

  133. I am thankful for cloth diapers because they allow us to diaper our daughter in a way that is healthy for both her and the environment…and it saves us money too!

  134. Audrey C says:

    I’m thankful that we are able to be more environmentally conscious.

  135. Carli m says:

    I’m thankful that they can be handed down, that has saved me a bunch of money for sure!

  136. Jill S says:

    I never have to worry about affording diapers no matter how many kids I have.

  137. riannemarjielle says:

    Im thankful to my BGs particularly with the savings we have while using cloth diaper. We dont need to buy disposables every now and then. Plus, the confidence that my baby will not get rashes and will not be irritated because she’s wearing a cloth and not a plastic.

  138. leah McCarthy says:

    I am thankful for cloth bc this year we have hit some hard times including me being in the process of being laid off and my husband being on workmans comp since our baby was born. Cloth helped us save money on a tight budget

  139. Jessica g. says:

    Cloth diapers allow me to be a sahm

  140. Megan says:

    I am thankful for cloth because it is saving my family so much money!

  141. Tracy R says:

    Cloth diapers have helped us save money! As a one income family, I feel that cloth has allowed us to spend our money on other things that our 3 kids want!

  142. Erin says:

    I am thankful for cloth diapers because they have helped keep my son who has grade 5 kidney reflux from getting frequent infections. He is 8.5 months old and being infection free is almost unheard of with his level of reflux. The incidence of infection in cloth is so much lower and my family is extremely thankful that we can help limit the long term impact on my baby’s kidneys with cloth. :)

  143. My husband started using heroin near the end of my pregnancy, behind my back, and eventually stopped bringing money home and stopped paying our bills. He left me high and dry. I had no job, I had no savings, he maxed all of my credit cards. I was helpless in so many ways, and it was completely unexpected. Luckily, I had already purchased my stash of cloth diapers. I can’t express to you how much these diapers have changed my life. I am so thankful that I chose to cloth diaper (and breastfeed), because it allowed me to still provide my son with everything he needed despite my sudden loss of stability. My son is my world, so THANK YOU, COTTON BABIES!!!!

  144. Amber says:

    Cloth diapers have allowed me to stay home with my little boy! For that I am forever grateful!

  145. Kim O'Connor says:

    I was very thankful to use cloth diapers on my first baby and never worry about having to rush out to the store to get my baby’s bottom covered! I love all the options, but use the simplest system of prefolds and nylon covers. I feel like I’m making a good choice for my baby and my family and the earth. Now that baby number two is on the way, I am very thankful to get more use out of our diapers and stretch our dollars.

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