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Tag Archive: cloth wipes

Tuesday Giveaway: All in a day’s work
May 29, 2012 3:05 pm | by

Summer is full of fun – swimming, road trips, vacations, park play dates, visiting guests and more. However, as I’m sure you’ve already discovered, there is no vacation from parenting. Children still have to be fed, bathed, diapered and put to sleep, no matter what your calendar says. Life is busy and even with our best intentions, it may not always be possible to cloth diaper, especially during times when you are away from home, don’t have access to laundry facilites or more. That’s why our Change 3 Things Challenge asks parents to change at least 3 cloth diapers a

Tuesday Giveaway: Cloth wipes just make cents!
February 7, 2012 3:01 am | by

Yesterday on this blog, Jessica shared how using cloth wipes with your cloth diapers can save you even more money. So today, we wanted to get a few lucky customers started down the journey to saving even more with a starter set of bumGenius cloth wipes, bumGenius Bottom Cleaner and a bumGenius 4.0 cloth diaper. Jenn shared on Pinterest why she loves the bumGenius cloth wipes: “I can’t say enough good things about these flannel baby wipes. I have a drawer full of them in the kitchen. Now that we’ve moved beyond the baby stage, they get used for faces,

Why Cloth Wipes?
February 6, 2012 4:53 pm | by
Cloth Diaper Creams

A better question would be, why not? You’re already using cloth diapers, for a wide variety of reasons – environmental, cost savings, convenience, and keeping chemicals away from your baby’s sweet tush. Cloth wipes take it one step further. One of the biggest reasons moms choose cloth diapers is to save money. Let’s face it, babies are expensive! Wipes are a small expense compared to some of the bigger items babies need, but every little bit counts. So how much would using cloth wipes save you? The average price of a baby wipe is $0.03/wipe*. Assuming a total of 5,340

We Flip for You
February 3, 2012 12:43 pm | by

Roses are red, violets are blue. Buy one Flip Cover, get another one, too! Ah, love. Like all hopeless romantics, Flip covers need love too. So this Valentine’s season, when you want to give your heart to any Flip cover in Zinnia or Noodle, you can also provide love and companionship to another Flip cover in Zinnia or Noodle — for free! How can you play Cupid for two (or more) heartsick Flip covers? We thought you’d never ask. From now until Feb. 19, all Flip covers in Zinnia or Noodle are Buy 1, Get 1 Free. Love can move

bumGenius Cloth Wipes Giveaway
March 15, 2011 5:01 am | by

In yesterday’s blog post, we talked about cloth baby wipes, so today we’re giving away some Cotton Babies prize packs that include bumGenius flannel baby wipes and bumGenius Bottom Cleaner. Just to make sure you have a reason to use cloth wipes, we’ll also include a bumGenius 4.0 cloth diaper. To enter today’s blog giveaway, please leave a comment sharing how you store your cloth diapers when they are clean and how you organize your changing area. We’ll swap some ideas and three random commenters will each receive a prize pack. Eligible entries must be posted today, Tuesday, March 15,

The Wrestling Match
August 23, 2008 10:17 am | by

About the time baby learns how to flip from back to front, the trouble begins. Babies like to practice their skill and when do you want them on their backs more than during a diaper change? Overnight diaper changes go from being a pleasant time to talk and play to an all-out battle with a wet cat or a fish out of water. When they learn how to crawl it gets even worse. Now, not only can they turn over, but they have the potential to actually escape as well. Fun times! This is about the time my diaper changes

Why Bamboo?
June 20, 2008 8:42 pm | by

The envorinment may not be my primary reason, but it is at least part of my reason for cloth diapering. I want my kids to grow up in a world that is not bogged down in pesticides and garbage. Having reusable diapers helps to minimize both of those. But cotton can be a picky and pesty crop. It requires a lot of water and often many pesticides, although you can find organic cotton products, they are harder to grow. I live near several cotton fields. The defoliant that is sprayed on them to aid in harvesting is some nasty stuff.

It’s Easier Now!
February 2, 2008 7:48 pm | by

While I was in the throes of cloth diapering my newborn this time around, I realized I had forgotten how much babies pee. I think I must have blocked it out from the last few times, or maybe it is because I didn’t have it written in a blog somewhere. But now it will be saved forever for posterity. Babies pee a lot. And they pee often. Newborns pee almost continually, I think, at least it seems that way sometimes! But then with Lily there came a day, at around 3 months, when I realized that cloth diapering had just