Tuesday, May 1, 2012

Mother's Day Cloth Diaper Giveaway !

Mother's Day is almost here and we are celebrating with our love for cloth diapers!
Welcome to the Mother's Day Cloth Diaper Giveaway Hop hosted by Daily Mothering! Nearly 100 blogs have linked up to bring you dozens and dozens of exciting cloth diaper giveaways. Enter my giveaway below and then hop to the other blogs listed at the bottom of this post to enter their fluffy giveaways too! Each blog has a cloth diaper prize valued at $15 or more, and many blogs have prize packs worth over $100. And, don't forget to enter the GRAND PRIZE giveaway at Daily Mothering for your chance to win this amazing $1300 Cloth Diaper Prize Pack!

  In celebration of becoming a Mama x 4 just in time for Mother's Day, I am participating in the Daily Mothering Cloth Diaper Giveaway Hop!

  Up for grabs is an itti bitti d'lish All in One Limited Edition print
                                                                                                    size medium ( R.V. $19)!

                   Eton Print                                                                                    Galaxy Print
bitti d'lish All in One - Medium - Galaxybitti d'lish All in One - Medium - Eton

 These are so soft and so adorable ! I am planning on using one of these to do some "newborn in a diaper" pictures once the Wee Captain Seahorse arrives ;)
 In my opinion, they are definitely suited to those warm summer days coming up; baby can relax in just a t-shirt and  diaper... Stay cool and show off that cute fluff ! You have the choice of one of those cute prints above, all you have to do is comment !

Tell me about why you did or want to start cloth diapering :) Was it about costs? Health? the Environment? or just all of the crazy, fluffy cuteness ?

For me, it started with costs. I was a young, broke Mama, and I was trying to figure out how to stretch my Honey's paycheck. I didn't think I could afford to use any of the new, exciting cloth diapers out there. However, I soon realized that with some good bargain hunting, I could do just that- making cloth diapering not only cheap, but easy.
As I added children to the family and our finances stabilized, I also learned more about my own values ( amazing how that happens when just making end's meet doesn't consume all of your energy...) and cloth diapering became more of a conviction. I value my children's health and getting back to the way that God intended the world to be, without manufactured chemicals and trash adorning our bodies.

At the end of the giveaway, one comment will be randomly picked, through the super high-tech method of "number in a hat." :) Maybe I can turn it into a little bit of homeschooling incentive and see which child will get to do the honors :D The winner will be announced and contacted for a shipping address ASAP :)
* This giveaway is self-sponsored...these are just too cute not to share, and I love getting other people on board the cloth diaper choo-choo train :)

182 comments:

  1. I chose to cloth diaper for the cost - expensive to start, cheaper for life ;) I also like not throwing out tons of sposies. I also think its better for my baby's skin!

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  2. Mainly for health/environment reasons. The cost savings and cuteness are added bonuses! Thanks for the giveaway!

    huntermb3 at gmail dot com

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  3. I was the same way! My sister-in-law used cloth diapers and introduced me to the idea. I loved the idea of saving money and helping the environment all while getting my baby girl in some cute prints! After a little convincing, my husband jumped on board and it has been great so far (only 4 months!)

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  4. I started for the cost savings vs using disposables! Thanks!

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  5. We started for the cost savings. And we've realized since that we hate the way disposables smell and they do nothing to contain big messes. I

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  6. We started to cloth diaper to save money at first and with my husband being a biology teacher, the environment was another huge reason for us. But now it is the cuteness :) Thank you!!

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  7. I started because my oldest son is actually allergic to disposable diapers. I keep going because they are just so much better for baby then anything else!

    xxcoco86xx2003@yahoo.com

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  8. We started for the costs, but it turned out that my kids have very sensitive skin which the cloth is great for!
    mindfulhome at gmail dot com

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  9. We started cloth diapering because I couldn't stand the thought of all those disposable diapers piling up in a landfill!

    ayakers (at) gmail (dot) com

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  10. I started researching it because I cannot stand making so much trash. The cost savings is what won my husband over and everything else is a bonus!

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  11. I plan to start using cloth for the savings and health benefits.

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  12. i started CD for many reasons... mostly for my sons health, cost and the environment. my oldest had horrible rashes from disposables and after reading how much they have changed in the past 9 years it was not going near my son!! i am in love with CD and its fluffy cuteness!!

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  13. It really started for us because of unforseen financial demise in our family. That's putting it nicely. LOL Added to that fact, was that our son was a preemie, and I felt that it was really just what he NEEDED for some reason. The environmental stuff is a bonus. We are currently working on becoming a lot greener in our house for the sake of finances besides that also. Our stash isn't quite big enough for two yet, and we have two in diapers, but we've only been at it for 3 months now. :)

    sassymommax3 at yahoo dot com

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  14. When I became pregnant with #2, I realized that if it was difficult paying for diapers NOW, then it would be IMPOSSIBLE to pay for diapers LATER. Then a girl moved in across the way who cloth diapered, and she showed me her stash and how she washed. That's what hooked me!

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  15. Initially, I started because of the cost savings, but then the more I read about health benefits and it being better for the environment, I realized I cloth diaper for multiple reasons.

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  16. I started for costs mainly, environment as a secondary reason. Then we continue to buy because they are so damn cute.

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  17. I have not started cloth diapers yet .. but we want to for the cost and the environment.

    dollhousecreation(at)gmail(dot)com

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  18. We started cloth diapering to save money and for the health of our baby's bum.

    honingharmony at gmail dot com

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  19. the reason i even started researching cloth diapers when my son was 7 months old because i was feeling guilty by how much garbage we were producing. i started researching and what ultimately sold me was the money we would save...and now i am completely addicted!

    tormentedcause@aol.com

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  20. I started for cost and because I didn't want all the crazy chemicals found in disposables against my baby's skin 24/7. I didn't realize how cute a chubby little baby in fluff could be, but it is definitely an added perk!
    jjak2003 at gmail dot com

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  21. I'm choosing cloth for the cost, health and cuteness

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  22. I first started cloth diapering for the health reasons, and have continued for the same reason and also cost.

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  23. I started for the cost. I continue for other cost and other reasons. They are just so much better. Even if I didn't have to worry about the cost of disposables, I'd stay with cloth.

    freefluff@ gmail.com

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  24. I am going to start it because i think it will be great for baby and my wallet!

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  25. i wanted to cloth diaper cause of all the pretty fluff. then after cloth diapering a while i realized it was saving us a ton of money, cause i have 2 in diapers soon to be 3. but maybe by then i will have one of them potty trained!

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  26. I started CD'ing to save money, now that I am only working 1x a week! It has saved us a ton of money!!! I am so blessed to be able to stay home with my son!

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  27. I watched Nature Mama on youtube about cloth diaper accidentally then my mind completely go with cloth diapers. I love the fact that it will help my husband and I save money in each month a lot since we live on base housing. We don't have to pay for the utility... my husband also loves the idea.

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  28. I started looking into cloth diapers when I was pregnant with my first child for a way to save money since I would not be going back to work. And I was amazed by how cute and easy modern cloth diapers are and I fell in love. Now I love them even more because I have seen first hand just how much better they are on my daughter's skin.
    heididaily at gmail dot com

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  29. I started using cloth with our first child because of the savings overtime and environmental impact. But an added bonus is the cloth booty cutie - irresistible!

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  30. All of the above!!! I love that we never run out of diapers, and I love that my son hasn't had a rash yet in 4 months. And they're super adorable!
    hmahan_0529@yahoo dot com

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  31. I was introduced to cloth diapers from some friends in a Mom and Baby Group. Through them I learned what the 'new' cloth diapering options were and how 'not hard' it really is! What sold me was the cost savings, the help towards maintaining the environment using them over disposable provides, and the cute fluffy butt!

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  32. We just recently switched to cloth diapers. I love the price and the less waste. I also love that my daughter no longer gets diaper rash. I currently wash diapers every day, so I would love to win some more to increase my stash.

    Heather Johnson
    heather at parentingpatch dot com

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  33. Reanna Wesley... I wanted to start cloth diapering because of two reasons. I wanted to save money of course and to help with with environment.

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  34. i started becuase of cost and love it for so many more reasons.. the fluffy cuteness.. knowing my sweet los booty is no where near chemicals adn so many more...
    coley rainford
    coleycoupons at yahoo dot com

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  35. I like using cloth because it is good for the environment!

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  36. The environment was a big factor. It is green in two ways also!

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  37. I've been cloth diapering for about three weeks now. So far it's much easier than I expected!

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  38. I wanted to stay at home because not only am I a workaholic, but I worked at a place that had no interest in helping me be at home with my family. So, to stretch our budget, and because they are so much more eco friendly. So here I am, cloth diapering and dispelling a lot of myths to my friends. :)

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  39. mdaughters allergies is what made us start

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  40. I plan on cloth diapering because it is cheaper than disposables.

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  41. Originally it was about the costs and my little girl was getting a rash from any diaper we tried. Then it was because they are so darn cute. Our newest is cloth diapered and we love it, it is saving us so much money and it is so good for them and the environment!

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  42. It all started when we found out we were expecting baby #2. Now we're expecting #4 and with 4 in diapers there is no other way to go.

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  43. For me, it was a combo of things that led to cloth diapering. I had some friends that CD'ed and it was just too darn cute! My first child had Uber sensitive skin and cloth worked well for her. Now, I cloth diaper for the savings and primarily the health reasons!
    sarah.robot at gmail dot com

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  44. Also for me it was the cost. One day in the supermarket, buying diapers again, it just got me. I had seen some grovia in a local eco store and went there after groceries were done. bought 1 diaper and now i have about 30.
    there is now definitely the cuteness factor involved and i never realized before that a diaper takes 500 years to be gone from landfills. even the very first disposable diaper ever made, is still around. :(

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  45. We originally chose cloth to save money, but wel ove the environmental no-waste aspect, too!

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  46. I'm going to cloth diaper my first because it's cheaper and the diapers are so darn cute!

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  47. Started with cost and environment, cute was just an extra!

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  48. I initially did it just to see if I could save a few bucks here and there. Then it soon became an addiction!! bekki1820cb at gmail dot com

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  50. I am all about the crazy cuteness!

    wingsofafairy08 at gmail dot com

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  51. I wanted to save money, plus it just makes changing diapers more fun!

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  52. We started because we wanted to save money, but there are so many other reasons why we cloth. Its eco-friendly, cute, and easier than disposables.

    habcharlene at gmail

    -Charlene H.

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  53. I started because of the cost. However, once I realized the environmental and health benefits, it just solidified my decision! I'm so glad I started cloth diapering.

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  54. I started because of the cost. However, I then realized it's not only better for my wallet, but for his bum and the earth as well! Thanks for the great giveaway :D

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  55. For me, it was both the cost savings and I just couldn't stomach the amount of garbage that disposable diapers create.
    olivialasting at gmail dot com

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  56. I choose cloth because of the financial benefits and because I can't stand the smell of disposable diapers!

    richardrachel at hotmail dot com

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  57. I have not had my first kid yet, but I am choosing to cloth diaper because of the multiple benefits like cost, environmentally friendly, kid friendly, and super cute!

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  58. All of the above. Cost was how I convinced Daddy, I was excited about health reasons and less waste in landfills. The adorable prints were just the icing on the cake!

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  59. I started cloth diapering for a few reasons. Mainly because it's better for our environment and because there are no chemicals on my baby's butt! Also, because they are stinking cute. And lastly, for the cost, because let's face it, if you get sucked in and start buying lots of super cute cloth diapers, it can add up :)

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  60. We cloth diaper because I think the chemicals they put into today's disposable diapers are questionable at best. We are also using cloth for the environmental impact of disposables.

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  61. I did not CD my older 2 kids (9 & 7)....we are waiting to adopt a newborn and have decided due to health/chemicals, cost effectiveness, the environment and how darn cute the prints are that we will be cloth diapering this time around. Thanks for offering the giveaway! Love the Galaxy print!

    cjaysbaby@yahoo.com Christena

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  62. We started cloth because my daughter would scream if her disposable diaper was even damp. Cloth changed all that. (love the Galaxy print!)

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  63. I started bc I wanted my child to make the least evironmental footprint as possible... but also bc it is cost effective.

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  64. I chose cloth diaper for the money and to go green in our house! We are just starting our stash and don't have many yet but are building and can't wait for my little girl to get here to try them out!

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  65. choosing to go greener! and save some money

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  66. The softness and cuteness! And the cost savings too.

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  67. It was mostly the environmental factor. And a bit of the cute factor. And I used the savings to convince my husband to get on board! :-)

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  68. We decided to cloth diaper after I started to read about the benefits for baby, then the cost, and then how cute and easy they are.

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  69. I had a crisis of conscious on earth day. Ordered 4 Grovia AIOs and never looked back

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  70. I started cloth diapering purely for the cost. I had 2 in diapers full time and an older child in pull-ups at night!

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  71. All of the above. The costs help because we both JUST got laid off and she is due... um any day now! Also, I dislike the impact on the environment and the yucky chemicals in disposables!

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  72. Mostly to be gentle on the environment! I also thought it was a great investment for future children!

    Kari
    www.mommytoelodie.tumblr.com
    journeykit (at) aol (dot) com

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  73. I am just getting started cloth diapering and I became interested because I really want to save money and cloth diapers are just so cute!
    bekah_kucz@yahoo.com

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  74. cost, health, environment, and cuteness

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  75. i orignialy started due to cost but i am getting more and more into saving the environment hayley.mucha at gmail dot come

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  76. I started because I got really tired of lugging 30 pound bags of diapers out to the trash every other day (we had twins). as soon as the boxes of diapers we got from my showers were gone we switched to g's and have never looked back! erinclot@gmail.com

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  77. I started cloth because of the rashes my daughter got with sposies!

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  78. I started cloth diapering in Dec 2007 because my oldest daughter had a rash from disposables that wouldnt go away. I continued to CD with my second daughter because it would cut costs and I was already in <3 with CDing. Now we are expecting a little boy in June and cant wait to CD him too!
    goldenleo816 at aol dot com

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  79. i wanted to cloth diaper my first but never did at my baby shower i recieved tons of disposes so i just never bought cloth and when i found out with my second i just bought a few here and there until she was born and i at first i admit i was a little scared i guess of the washing but my husband pointed out how excited i was when i was pregnant about the diapers and i bought a few so try it. so i did and im addicted now lol i love it and i am so happy i i cloth diaper my babys bum for her and the environment

    Bonnie Rodriguez
    bonnier85@yahoo.com

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  80. The 2 main reasons I want to cloth diaper my baby due in early June are cost and the cuteness! I love that I'm saving a ton of money in the long run by using cloth diapers - because they're a one time expense, and they're less likely to cause diaper rash (less $ spent on diaper rash cream, right?). That is why I decided to cloth diaper. But since I've started shopping for CDs, I've fallen in love with how flippin' cute they are!

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  81. i started because i was saving money and helping the environment!

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  82. The original reason we started cloth diapering was to save money. But as I got started I grew to love it and love that I was also doing something better for my baby and better for the environment! mommyferg02(at)gmail(dot)com

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  83. We started because I thought we could save money, and I thought modern cloth diapers looked easier than I thought they were. The more I read about them, the more I realized that they do so much more to help with the health of my babies and the environment.

    harrisk3 (at)mymail(dot)shawnee(dot)edu

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  84. We started cloth to save money. We decided to let me try out this SAHM gig, so saving money is a big plus. After we started, I slowly but surely realized how much waste we had in other aspects of our lives, so we focused on decreasing the waste not with just diapers and wipes. But if I'm being honest....they are just so cute! I LOVE A FLUFFY BUM! :)

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  85. I chose to cloth diaper b/c it is better for baby and better for the environment. I cannot bring myself to throw more trash into landfills that are already overburdened. It doesn't hurt that fluffy bums are so adorable.

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  86. We started cloth because I didn't like the idea of all of those chemicals being on my baby's bum! It also helped that it saves money and is GREAT for mama Earth :)

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  87. we are cloth diapering our second child, due in july, for cost, health and cuteness! hehe, mostly the health part though, as putting chemicals on babies doesnt seem like such a grand idea ^.^

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  88. I started because of the benefits to my babe and the environment
    popita624 at gmail dot com

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  89. I started because my baby would get the worst diaper rashes from disposable diapers.

    chaylmx@juno.com

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  90. All of the above! My daughters both had/have reactions to disposables, it's a HUGE money saver, they're adorable and I feel like I'm doing my part in reducing waste!

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  92. Nikki Bergin
    crazycat09@ymail.com
    I want to start because of costs

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  93. It was a combination of saving money, cuteness factor and trying to be a little bit greener. When our 3rd was born my husband was still out of work and we had 2 still in diapers, cloth just made sense and then it became an addiction.

    sahmofdq@gmail.com

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  94. I started because I was going through a "hippy" stage and that was the thing to do. Despite me outgrowing that I never outgrew the fluff :-) It is so cute. I love the star print.

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  95. I chose to start cloth diapering because of the cuteness factor and the environmental factor..I love never having to make a mad rush to the store for diapers too.

    bakergurl02 (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  96. We are going to cloth diaper because it is better for baby!

    jonesmadelinee@yahoo.com

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  97. We started for money savings. We just had baby #5 in January and we're pretty sure we're not done yet. We have 2 in cloth right now.

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  98. Started for the money savings and kept it up for the cuteness and green factors. My son potty trained at 22 months (2 months ago) and now I'm awaiting using cloth again with baby boy due in August.
    ktiegen at yahoo dot com

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  99. We started to save money and the earth! marbles conlon AT yahoo

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  100. I started CDing to save money, but soon found I loved the greener aspects of it too! (and I don't mean the poo)

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  101. I started with DS because I didn't like all the sposies I bought and threw away each week with DS. Once I started, I really liked the money and the cute factors too.

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  102. I started cloth diapering because I hated spending more money on diapers every week. Now I love sharing the cute prints with friends and helping other learn that cloth really isn't that hard!

    mrsbinoh at gmail dot com

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  103. We began CDing for the cost, but I am also have a chemical-phobia lol so that helps too!

    Brandy Anderson
    treys_mom_brandy at yahoo dot com

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  104. We CD to save $ & the environment, though we've discovered other benefits as well, like the fact my toddler has never had a diaper rash.
    kdent1@indy.rr.com

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  105. My husband started his own business a little over a year ago, shortly before we got pregnant. That means money's tight still, even though it's going well. Cloth diapers meant I wouldn't have to feel guilty every time we needed to buy MORE disposables, and we'd never run out -- we could just wash them.

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  106. We looked into and started cloth diapering to save money. Then we realized that it's so much better than disposable diapers. Now, it's turned into a "hobby" of mine!

    jdeemarie @ gmail.com

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  107. I do not cloth diaper, but my sister-in-law plans to once her little one gets here! She is doing it both to save money and because it's eco-friendly!

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  108. All of the above! I love how it's "good" for my baby, good for the environment, and it's darn cute! Not so sure about saving money though,...

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  109. We use cloth for baby's health and for the environment. I would also be good for my wallet if I could stop falling in love with fluff! (just kidding, even with a few 'extras' it's still cheaper than disposables). I really like how cute my LO is in her diapers.

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  110. I'm still on the fence about cloth diapering. I need to experience it first. I am expecting next week and we'll see how it all works out.

    tamarsweeps at gmail

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  111. I started using cloth because of finances. My sisters have been trying to convince me for over a year now and I when I finally realized that I didn't have to jump in with both feet and commit to cding, I was willing to try. Needless to say I've been won over completely now. ;) I love that my baby is wearing soft diapers instead of paper and plastic ones and of course they are quite cute. My sister even sells her own brand of diapers now! :D

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  112. I started cloth because of the economical benefits. Since having my first son I've been a SAHM while my husband teaches at a private Christian school. We have to save money where we can since we are on one income now and using cloth diapers is one way we are doing it :) We didn't start till after our son turned one. We are expecting another son next month so it will be even more reason to use cloth instead of disposables with 2 in diapers (my first is 20 months now). Now that I've started, I enjoy not seeing all the disposables in the garbage!

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  113. I started cd'ing because it seemed the normal thing to do (despite the vast majority of Americans not cd'ing). My husband and I were both (yes, both) cloth diapered so it was really a logical step for us.

    Cloth diapers have come a long way, but it may interest you to know that we inherited our own diapers back and used them on our oldest...until they fell apart. :) 30 years does things to fabric.

    laura_flute@yahoo.com

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  114. I started cloth diapering for all the reasons!! I love not having to buy sposies! I like the fact my kids do not have to wear paper and plastic all the time I still put on a sposie at night, I have not braved that one yet!

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  115. We initially started looking into it for environmental and financial reasons, but it was the cuteness that did me in :)

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  116. i started cloth diapering for the environment. now i have three in cloth. i hope the environment is happy!

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  117. I started cloth diapering for the cost savings, and after I started researching cloth, I learned more and more about the chemicals and so many other things not diaper related that have been great for our family!

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  118. I did it for cost and cuteness. I hate spending money where it is not necessary and could not resist the cute fluffy diapers.

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  119. I started cloth diapering with my first child because she had eczema. It started to get better with diet changes but switching to cloth really kicked it.

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  120. My main reason is that it saves us a good bit of money, but the reason I stay out of disposables completely is that they're SO CUTE!!

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  121. i chose to cloth diaper for the comfort and health of my son! the extra savings has been a bonus! I also feel great knowing that I am keeping chemicals off his precious skin and keeping rashes away as well.
    quietct at gmail dot com

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  122. I started cloth diapering because of the cost and its just environmentally friendly!Also the diapers are just much better for babies skin and they are adorable!

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  123. I haven't started cloth diapering yet. I am looking into it to save money. Also I find them to be much cuter!

    kileypayne@hotmail.com

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  124. I will be cloth diapering my daughter when she gets here in 5 weeks. I will be cloth diapering because I am a stay at home momma and I just cant see throwing away disposables when I am home and blessed to have a washing machine and am fully capable of using it, I also love knowing that I will be keeping nasty chemicals of off my little girls tushy and out of our planets landfills. Plus they are just sooooooo cute :)

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  125. I LOVE the Galaxy print! I started cloth diapering because of the cost savings. Especially when you're literally throwing money away with disposables. The chemical free cuteness of cloth just happened to be a great bonus! :)

    Amanda Boerst
    serenityspeaks at ymail dot com

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  126. We started cloth diapering for health reasons. We wanted to limit the chemicals our baby was exposed to. However, times have since gotten tight and it has been very nice to not have to buy diapers each month.

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  127. I cloth diaper to save money so I can stay home with my baby girl.

    schwabsm at gmail dot com

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  128. I started cloth diapering in order to save money. I soon found out about all the chemicals in disposables, and I was horrified. You can't beat how darn cute they are either!

    cgarrett15738500 at aol dot com

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  129. I would say the environment is the largest factor for me. I just hate every time I throw away another disposable. The money savings is probably second, and then they're just cute!

    sara.acord@gmail.com

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  130. i started cloth diapering when my now 3 year old son was 1. he had ripped open one of his disposable diapers and the little pee filled gel bits got all over our carpet. it was a huge pain to clean up, but also made me realize how many chemicals were up against his tush, and how artificial disposable diapers really are! cost and cuteness were major factors in getting hubby on board, but for me, it was all about having REAL diapers :D

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  131. oops! forgot my email... michelle.r.damitio@gmail.com

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  132. I started cloth diapering because it seemed like a good way to save money, and I liked the way cloth diapers felt and looked. I think they are fun to use. watershipdown at charter dot net.

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  133. I'm just beginning to cloth diaper. I started because my son kept breaking out no matter which disposable we used. Plus, the disposables are so expensive we just can't afford it anymore.
    rache81(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  134. I always wanted to cloth diaper my children but didn't with my first. I didn't know what to expect with being a new mom and everyone seemed to scare me into believing that cloth diapers were horrible!!! (Including my owm mother:) With my second I knew that I wanted to give it a try dispite what everyone said and I'm so glad that I did! It's become my hobby and I absolutely LOVE it!!!

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  135. We started cloth diapering for the sake of our children and the environment. Of course it is hard to stop buying them once you start but I still believe we are saving money! Thanks for the great giveaway! :)

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  136. Cost...we are a family of 6 on 1 income...we need to cut corners everywhere.

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  137. I started cding so that I could stay home with my sweet baby girl and still contribute to our family's finances. : ) We love it!

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  138. I started cding so that we could save money on diapers with our 3rd child. LOVING it and so glad we did it. Wish we would have done it with our first two!

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  139. I started for financial reasons and it grew from there. Now I am in love with the environmental and health reasons. I have gone from cloth diapers to cloth wipes, and un-paper towels and am gradually moving towards family cloth. I love cloth diapers! They are sooo cute as well, and addictive! I talk to everyone I know about the benefits of cloth diapering.
    mmjohnson555@gmail.com
    GFC:Mechele Johnson

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  140. I definitely have a hippie heart and do it for enviromental/health reasons. I prefer to use organic products and eat organic foods for myself, and want the best help for my soon to be baby child!

    ashbabybump@hotmail.com
    ashley c.

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  141. We started using cloth diapers because my son is allergic to disposables
    thesecretlifeofasahm -at- yahoo -dot- com

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  142. I started cloth diapering mainly for the cost factor. I'm a single mom with no income and can't be spending money I disposables all the time. Plus, it makes me feel good that I'm helping the environment out some. :)

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  143. We started cloth diapering as a way of saving money. Now it's really made me look into everything we use on our skin.

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  144. i started cloth diapering to save money and to keep chemicals away from my sons skin. i really didnt like the thought of all those chemicals on my babys butt all day long! and the cute prints dont hurt ;)

    Lexiconklin727@gmail.com

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  145. We started cd because my son was getting a lot of rash w Sposie and o save money

    Edwardsfatty@yahoo.com

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  146. I started because of the cost savings but I've continued because I love being green!

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  147. I did it because my mom does and of the health benefits and environment!

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  148. I haven't started yet but when my son is born in August I will! I want to save money and not have so much waste plus cd are so much cuter!

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  149. I started with my first son because he peed through everything! I found out that is was affordable and easy. We are currently using cloth with baby #2 :)

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  150. We started for two reasons, 1) we had one in diapers and another one on the way and buying disposables for two isn't cheap! and 2) my son was wetting through disposables at night and he was in the largest size and I refused to buy pull-ups for even more money! Cloth diapers helped him wake up with dry sheets!!
    onliquidice at gmail dot com

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  151. I started to save money because I had 2 in diapers.

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  152. I haven't started cloth diapering yet but I'm excited to do it. Minus the obvious economical reasons it is just so darn cute!

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  153. My main reason is the environment

    bmweida at yahoo dot com

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  154. FOr me, when I decided we should use cloth diapers, there wasn't much of a reason except that hey - why not. I work from home, it shouldn't be too much trouble. It could save us some money. The initial investment was intimidating to me, but once I got my first few diapers, I was hooked!

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  155. We use cloth because it's environmentally and fiscally responsible!

    charychild at gmail dot com

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  156. Cost was an issue but the real reason we switched was because pampers caused a horrible rash on our daughter's booty that lasted for 2 months. No good. Cloth it was and cloth it will be <3 love them

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  157. my biggest reason was to save money and now i just love cloth diapers!

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  158. Costs & saving $$$, cute fluffy butts, and the looks I get from people when I tell them I cloth diaper. :)

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  159. I started cloth diapering because I felt it was better for my baby's bum and more comfortable, but now I'm just addicted to all the cute fluff. : )

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  160. My initial reasons for starting to CD were cost and environmental benefits. I find that my son is more prone to rashes in cloth, so the health aspect hasn't been a top reason for me. I have grown to become obsessed with the cuteness factor!

    cmcosman at yahoo dot com

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  161. Probably my main reason for starting to cloth diaper was cost. I also really like natural stuff, and they are so cute too!

    -Hannah Avery

    hannahavery85@yahoo.com

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  162. We started so that there weren't chemicals against our babies tush and to save a little money!

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  163. i started for health reasons because my son battled constant diaper rashes in sposies. cloth clearedit up

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  164. We cloth diapered because it was more affordable in the long run than disposables, it is better for the environment and our little one, and cloth diapers are just plain cute.

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  165. My sister cloth diapered her kids- and I thought it was such a good idea. I love the cute fluff as well as the fact that I am not adding to the landfills and am saving money!

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  166. I want to try using cloth diapers because I think it would be better for my baby and the environment.

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  167. I started cloth diapering for the health benefits, the economical reasons, and for all the hype about the fluffiness :]

    Thanks!
    ashleysbookshelf at gmail dot com

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  168. I want to start cloth diapering based on cost/ savings, but I'm also intrigued by all the choices in terms of styles and cute designs.

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  169. I wanted to start after seeing how cute they were at a baby event. Then I researched & wanted to do it to help save the landfills, but mostly to keep the harmful chemicals off of my daughter's bum!

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  170. I started after seeing how disposables made my baby's skin red and clam-y. Cloth is so much better for her skin and so much cheaper in the long run!
    fmgrice2(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  171. I am choosing to cloth diaper because I think I can save my family money (esp on the second, and third child). The cute diapers don't hurt!

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  172. We cloth diaper because of the cost!

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  173. I cloth diaper for many reasons but the most important are that it is healthier for my girls and cheaper in the long run! Thanks for sponsoring the giveaway and joining the hop!
    Kelsey C.

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  174. I think everything about cloth diapers is why I started cloth diapering. I think they are so cute first of all. It really helps that it saves us money and is better for the environment. Cloth diapers are also so much better for our little man. I LOVE cloth. :)

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  175. We started mainly for cost savings and to be green. crapinola@yahoo.com

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  176. I cloth diaper for a lot of reasons, but I really started because of the money savings. Now I would never go back, not even if I was paid to use disposables!

    catholicnewlywed@gmail.com

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  177. I started cloth diapering because of the fabulous experience I had with mama cloth pads. They were so comfy compared to plastic, I swore that my babies would wear cloth, too! ;-) Thanks for the giveaway!
    maria.the.uncommon at gmail dot com

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  178. We're getting ready to start diapering with our first (he's due in about 3 weeks). There were lots of reasons behind our decision, but the biggest ones were the financial savings and the lack of chemicals in cloth.

    michaelandrebekah {at} gmail.com

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  179. I am looking forward to cloth diapering our first, and working hard at getting the stash grown in an economical way! Thanks for the giveaway!

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