We’ve all heard the phrase, “Sharing is caring.” It’s a simple mantra that, if practiced, can really make a difference. Whether you give away your time, your attention, your toys, your money, or even your cloth diapers, sharing is a way to build relationships and even help someone in need.
Our national cloth diaper bank, Share the Love, was created with the “sharing is caring” philosophy in mind. We work to share local resources and cloth diapers with low-income families, but we can’t do it without you. Every diaper we share with someone was generously shared with us.
For this week’s giveaway, we want to share a Flip Diaper One-Size Diaper Cover with two people. The winners will also receive an additional Econobum Cover to share with a friend, loved one or someone in need.
To enter, give us an example of “sharing is caring.”
Learn more about Share the Love here. If you are in need of assistance, please check the list of Share the Love host sites and, if you have a one in your area, click here to apply.
Eligible entries must be posted no later than midnight Eastern time, Wednesday, Sept. 17, 2014. U.S. residents only. Void where prohibited by law. No purchase necessary to win. Winners will be drawn after the close of the contest and notified via email. This promotion is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with, Facebook. We hereby release Facebook of any liability. All prizes must be claimed within 30 days of end of giveaway.
Sharing is caring! This is a truth brother which no one in this world can deny. Both sharing and caring go hand in hand.
Love the idea of paying it forward to someone in need!
As a first-time mom, I’m starting from scratch getting ready for baby. My dear friend has generously been handing me bag after bag full of maternity and baby goodies. I am such a grateful recipient of Sharing is Caring!
As the President of a Cloth diaper charity branch we have lots of people come through with both success stories and not so successful stories well, our most successful client thus far has become such a good friend that after she was no longer on our program I brought her some diapers that never fit my son correctly. I just love her daughter and I absolutely Love seeing photos of her fluffy fab self in diapers I gave her!
I actually have a bag of cloth diapers that I keep on hand for when I see a mama asking for need on our local Facebook Maternity and Baby Buy/Sell page.
Sharing is caring could be anything that helps someone really. Sharing time, food, money, items, etc. I’m a big fan of paying it forward. For instance, someone gave me a crib to use for the baby I nanny. They don’t want it back. So I am donating it to the teen mothers shelter in our town.
Sponsoring a little girl in need in Africa named Selma… We have been/ will continue to do this through her school aged years
I always bring extra snacks to share with my friends’ little ones. We eat on the go a lot and I feel it’s rude to eat yummy fruits in front of toddlers and not share!
I sent three cloth diapers I didn’t need or use anymore to a mom who uses cloth and just had a second baby and didnt have enough diapers. I didn’t know her either I asked in a group if anyone knew a mama in need of cloth diapers. I found out those 3 diapers made the difference for her she no longer had to wash her diapers every day. It made me happy and she loved the diapers.
Donation to food banks
Helping a first time mom out, by lending her things
I share my time and knowledge helping moms learn how to wear their babies as the leader of BWI of Central Pa.
ive shared win with friends before bc I care about them having what they need for their kids
“Sharing is caring” is when my 3 year old lets his little brother play with his Spiderman action figure without taking it back immediately.
My dear friends have shared their gently used cloth diapers and baby clothes with us. So blessed to have such caring people in our lives!
We are a military family and have shared many times with others who need support while their loved ones are away, whether it be be company, a meal, or something more substantial. Sharing is the easiest way to show some that they matter. Thanks CB
I have a family who gets all our sons clothing and baby items and it works out perfect for us. They get help and we get rid of things we no.longer need.
My best friend introduced us to cloth by letting us borrow diapers from her stash, even though she still has one in diapers.
When we r done with baby gear we usually freecycle it so another family that needs goods can use it…. plus then it doesn’t go in the garbage = less waste!!
Donating clothes directly to people in need rather than the Goodwill!
My friend as and I are always sharing our baby clothes and items. Each time a new friend has a baby, we pack up all the things our little ones have outgrown and pass then on to the new baby to be used again.
The giving and receiving of hand me downs is a great example of “sharing is caring”
we once had the gentleman in line behind us pay for our groceries and we decided we needed to pay it forward, and so we did!
Donating time at the food bank
Sharing is caring is donating your items instead of selling them or throwing them away.
Sharing gently used baby or maternity clothes with a Pregnancy Crisis Center is caring.
I helped a momma out with some used baby stuff that she could use for her NB
Sharing is caring when you donate diapers to friends and charities. Love that. Also pif in diaper groups are amazing the compassion!!
A family member just gave us all of the clothes her little boy used for the year and half Our baby is due in the same month he was born so we are set on clothes for over a year! This was a great help given our current situation.
I have a friend from kenya who saw my sons diapers and loved them, so I am sharing some of my diaper covers with her to bring back to her friends and family in kenya next time she visits. She says they will be greatly appreciated there because so many people cannot afford disposable ddiapers there, and while they have strips of cloth they use, they do not have the waterproof covers.
we donate all our old clothes
Sharing is caring when you have great friends who let you use their old cloth diapers.
Sharing is caring when I share my food, movies, books, and clothes with friends.
When you pay for the person in line behind you for…. coffee, groceries, something at Target and quietly go on you way. I think when done anon it’s super meaningful 😀
I enter a lot of contest and I won more of a girl prize and I have boys so I gave it to my friend to get something for her daughter.
I share my time at our local library and read books to the kids
Giving of yourself to anyone in need.
My friends and I share maternity clothes, which lessens the burden on all of us.
I think sharing is caring when your friends come over and make you dinner when your husband is out of town. Then you of course return the favor. We have the best friends, especially when family isn’t around!
I’ve loaned out numerous diapers to help a family see what style and brands would work best for them before they bought so they didn’t waste money they didn’t have. 🙂
I lent out half of my stash so a friend could save some money.
I’ve always since the birth of my son have paid out forward and have away many of his clothes he’d outgrown. I donated to GDGH for diaper need awareness week. Last Friday o took a friend grocery shopping because she was in need. And I’m always looking for ways to give back.
Giving to those in need
Sharing is caring is giving away your clothes to good will rather than selling them!
Donating school supplies for a back to school drive
Just two days ago I started talking to a mom at my son’s elementary school. It was the first time we’d met each other and she kindly offered me some boy clothing that her son has outgrown! She brought a bag of clothes the very next day! I also have a long-time friend that is expecting her first baby and she wants to cloth diaper. I told her she could borrow some of my diapers and try them out on her baby to see what she likes before buying more if she wants to!
Sometimes the best way to show you care is by sharing your time. What I mean by this are things like volunteering, spending time with a friend who needs someone to talk to, helping someone move, or babysitting.
When our friends and family really went over and above to give us hand me down clothes and baby supplies when we were surprised with twin girls. So thankful!
I donated and gave anyway all of of baby clothes this weekend,
‘Sharing is caring’ is the phrase my household uses for things like TMI, when we’re sick, want someone else’s food, etc. (facetiously) 🙂
In seriousness though, I plan to share my cloth diaper stash with my sister-in-law for her next child- she was planning to for her first but that kinda fell through and she had a couple Grovia shells still in their packaging a year later
Love Share the Love!
Sharing is caring
Gave some gently used cloth diapers to a new mom. Recently sold a stash of fitted cloth diapers for a prayer to someone who could use them far more than I;)
I always share my food with anyone in need! 😉
My favorite example of sharing is caring has always been giving toys to kids at Christmas! I love to see happy kids!
I have won a few giveaways and if someone needs something that I’m not currently using, I try to pass it along. 🙂
Cotton Babies are awesome!
My best friend had fraternal twins who were born at 27 weeks, her and her fiancé lived at the NICU for 2 1/2 months. While they were there, I rounded up a ton of stuff from family and friends for them to use ( they didn’t have a baby shower) and even lent them my sons crib and swing. When they came home they had an actual nursery all set up! She cried and everything was wonderful!
I am super grateful for my friend who introduced me to cloth diapering. I had only read about it online so it was cool to find someone who actually uses them. When I told her I was interested she brought me some of her favorite diapers and said I could keep them…. even though I was not pregnant yet. Definitely sharing is caring!
Sharing is caring: letting a friend in need borrow part of your stash.
My husband shares his dinner with our hound dog.. it’s the little things in our household that bring out sharing is caring 🙂 On a bigger scale – sharing school supplies with children in need, cloth diapers, infant clothing, canned goods, along with many many others are all examples of sharing is caring!
I just be came a Share the Love host for Clermont, FL. I purchased 2 Flip diaper covers to donate to my site. If I win, all of the diapers will go toward helping a family in need. I will donate them to my host site.
Donations to food banks.
Sharing is Caring when a friend is willing to lend their cloth diapers to you to see if that will help your lil one even when I was afrain I woule ruin them because of her poop or pee. 🙂