It took me a long time, but I finally did it! The NessiePads patterns and instructions are finished and available for sale. There was a time when I thought I’d never get to this point. My kids and other websites like to keep me busy, it seems. I must admit that I’m very excited to see the patterns available to others. I can’t wait to see some NessiePads made by someone else. So, if you do make some NessiePads, I’d love to see pictures!
Welcome to the Funky Fluff Stash & Cash Giveaway! DiaperDeals.ca and ClothDiaperTrader.com have teamed up with Funky Fluff to give away a full stash of cloth diapers for one lucky family – PLUS some extra cash to pay off some of those bills that start to pile up when a new baby blesses our lives!
Want to win a Funky Fluff Fusion 3-in-1 Cloth Diaper? Use the Rafflecopter form below to enter the giveaway. The winner will be able to pick the diaper version (stay-dry or bamboo) in boy or girl color combination. The giveaway is open to Canadian and US residents. Ends June 30th, 2012 at 12:01 AM EST. The more entries you submit, the better chances you have of winning! NOTE: To find out more about the Funky Fluff Fusion 3-in-1 cloth diaper, read my review here.
A few weeks ago, I was lucky enough to win a pair of Super Skivvies training pants for my 19-month-old son. I have been eyeing these training pants for a while now, so I was very excited to have won a pair.
Today, I decided to make egg-free whole wheat muffins. It a simple recipe and the muffins always turn out well.
Are you in need of some beautiful fitteds, wool covers, and/or pocket diapers? If so, you should check out A Lovely Start’s Grand Re-opening this Friday, January 27th! Over the past few days, Michelle has been working hard to create a lot of lovely items which will go on sale at 2 pm.
Lil Helper Charcoal Bamboo Cloth Diaper Diaper Type: AIO/AI2 Closure Type: Snaps (front) Sizing: One size Rows of Snaps: 2 Insert Type: Snap-in Outer Material: Bamboo PUL/TPU Insert Material: Charcoal bamboo and microterry Lining Material: Charcoal bamboo Leg Elastic: Encased Number of snaps on each wing: 3 Price: Diaper with insert: $26; Additional Insert: $10 Website: http://lilhelper.ca/
I started cloth diapering around this time four years ago. I never imagined my cloth diapering adventure would be as interesting as it has been. I went from not wanting to use cloth diapers, to buying them, and then making them for my little ones and for other babies. Recently, I’ve been asked what I love and hate about cloth diapering four years later. Here is what I came up with.