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Cloth Diaper Laundry Pack
September 8, 2016 5:20 pm | by
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Cloth diaper laundry day is always an exciting day. Especially when you’re on those last few diapers. Yes, there have been many days in our home of running around, searching for that last clean diaper in every possible place we can think of – the car, the diaper bag, the laundry room, etc. So, it’s always a fulfilling feeling to go to the diaper drawer at the end of the day and find it full of freshly-cleaned, beautifully-colored diapers. This week’s giveaway is just what you need for laundry day in your home! Whether you do laundry once a week or what

 
Giveaway: Flip Travel Pack
July 14, 2016 9:06 pm | by
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  Taking a trip? Pack our Flip Travel Pack! Quick, easy and reliable, Flip Hybrid Diapers make it easy to use ‪cloth diapers on the go, so your beach babe can enjoy a full day of fun in the sun! You can simply diaper your baby any time, any place with a one-size cloth cover that’s compatible with three absorbent insert types, including organic, stay-dry, and disposable. For this week’s giveaway, two people have a chance to win our Flip Travel Pack, which includes a Flip Cover, pack of Flip Inserts and Genius Series Beach Towel. To enter, tell us where you’d bring your Flip

 
Real Diaper Week 2016 Scavenger Hunt
April 21, 2016 10:45 am | by
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  Happy Real Diaper Week, everyone! As we do around this time every year, we’re hosting a scavenger hunt on Pinterest to kick off Real Diaper Week! Help spread awareness about cloth diapers, learn about some awesome natural parenting products, and win some great prizes along the way. Why wouldn’t you want to play?! Here’s how to join in on the fun: 1. Create a new public Pinterest board titled, “Cotton Babies Real Diaper Week 2016.” 2. Click the “Pin It” button at the top of this page to pin this blog to your board. 3. From April 22 – May 8, check the Cotton

 
Thursday Giveaway: April Fools!
April 1, 2016 12:23 pm | by
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  The title of this giveaway is a bit misleading because it’s Friday (YAY!). You probably know by now that we normally host our giveaways every Thursday. But since it’s April Fools’, we decided to pull a fast one on you and switch things up a bit. Or maybe we just had a super-fun little joke in the works.  Everyone makes mistakes, and luckily, we just so happened to make one around April Fools’ Day! Our newest print, Accidental, is just that — an accident. Who knew there is a correct way to spell the word CRESCENDO when referencing music?! In

 
Every Good Mom
August 3, 2015 1:37 pm | by
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We were proud to sponsor the 2015 Postpartum Progress Warrior Mom Conference this summer.   More moms are suffering from perinatal mood and anxiety disorders. In fact, 1 in 7 pregnant and new moms will suffer from these types of illnesses.   What does it feel like to have postpartum depression or postpartum anxiety? What are the signs or symptoms?  How do you know when you have it? And if you do have it, what should you do? Read Postpartum Progress’ blog post, “The Symptoms of Postpartum Depression & Anxiety (in Plain Mama English)“ to learn more.    Postpartum Progress is

 
Cloth 101: Cloth Diaper Myths
November 17, 2014 6:32 pm | by
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There is a lot of information out there about cloth diapers, so how do you know what’s fact or fiction? You a. learn from experience b. do some research or c. ask a friend or d. let the Cotton Babies myth busting team provide some clarity! Check out some of the most common myths we’ve heard about cloth diapers… and see what’s really true below 🙂 Using cloth diapers will make my house smell like a diaper pail.  Wrong! You shouldn’t experience anymore oder with cloth diapers than you would with disposables.  Many cloth diapering parents actually claim to smell less diaper

 
Cloth Diaper Basics: What is a diaper pail?
November 2, 2014 5:24 pm | by
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Picture this: Your wet bag is filled with a growing pile of dirty cloth diapers — so much so that it’s bursting at the seams. So what’s a mom to do? Well, if you have enough cloth diapers for a full load of laundry, you should run to the wash machine and clean that mess. But, if it isn’t laundry day, you can toss those dirties in a diaper pail until the time comes. We often hear nightmares about parents losing part or all of their cloth diaper stash due to mold, mildew or worse. The good news is that these issues are easily avoidable,

 
Thursday Giveaway: Fuel Your Inner Genius
September 24, 2014 6:59 pm | by
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“Everyone’s a genius, but if you judge a fish on its ability to climb a tree, it will live it’s whole life believing it’s stupid.” – A. Einstein. Albert said it himself — everyone’s a genius — and we couldn’t agree more.  Our Genius Series prints were designed to inspire the inner genius in your little one — just like the geniuses we feature inspire us. Whether your child is good at sports, art, or solving problems, everyone is a genius in their own unique way. For this week’s giveaway, we want to fuel your baby’s inner genius. Three people will win a

 
Thursday Giveaway: Back to School with bumGenius
August 13, 2014 6:26 pm | by
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It’s that time. Summer is almost over, which means the kids are starting to head back to school.. or daycare.  When you’re a parent who uses cloth diapers, finding the right supplies for daycare can be a task in itself. You have to search for a place that actually allows your little one to use cloth diapers, pack your covers, inserts or prefolds, send a wet bag, wipes, a change of clothes, bottles, snacks, and toys. Then, on top of all of that, you have to make sure your baby actually makes it to daycare with everything mentioned above. Ease your

 
Real Mom Tak: Why I Switched to Cloth?
March 18, 2014 6:29 pm | by
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  I am a mother to two daughters. Baby A is 3 years old and she was diapered in disposables from day one until she was fully potty trained. Baby B is now 21 months old. She was diapered with disposables until she was 14 months old and since then has been cloth diapered exclusively. When some parents switch to cloth, the switch is because they need a way to save money. For others, they learn about the chemicals inside of disposable diapers and for some, it’s an environmental thing. Whenever I think about our switch to cloth diapers, it’s