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Tag Archive: jennifer labit

20% Off MommyCon 2017 Tickets!
February 9, 2017 8:00 am | by

MommyCon 2017 is right around the corner! MommyCon 2017, the largest natural parenting consumer show in North America, is coming to eight cities, and we want to see you there! So much so, that we have a special offer exclusively for friends of Cotton Babies. When you enter coupon code: CBfriends at checkout, you will receive 20% off on your general admission MommyCon ticket! What is MommyCon? The MommyCon experience includes a full day of educational panels and workshops, plus a product showcase hall of more than 50 exhibitors. A few of the many exhibits include: a Babywearing Lounge and Baby Gear Area with

 
5 Reasons to Attend MommyCon
September 27, 2016 4:25 pm | by

The last MommyCon of the year is just around the corner! Dedicated to creating a supportive, non-judgmental community of parents (and parents-to-be), MommyCon encourages and educates parents about the benefits of natural birthing, breastfeeding and babywearing. Cotton Babies is proud to be the presenting sponsor of MommyCon. Our Founder and CEO, Jennifer Labit, attends every conference to connect with and educate parents on the basics of cloth diapering in her Cloth Diapering 101 presentation. As she walks through the essentials of cloth diapering, she’ll give helpful tips and stories to assist you along your cloth diapering journey. Whether you’re new to

 
Cloth 101: Washing Cloth Diapers, A Look at the Last 10 Years
May 18, 2014 11:12 am | by

I recently read a post in a forum from a cloth diapering mom complaining that her cloth diapers weren’t clean.  Her friend had told her to use a sprinkle of detergent when washing her cloth diapers.  She was frustrated because the amount of detergent she was using wasn’t working.  As I read the responses, I realized that many of the people writing had profiles that were relatively new and were probably unaware of the history of washing recommendations in the cloth diaper industry.  This post grew out of a desire to bring some clarity to that history. The “tiny little