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    Call for Article Submissions

    by  • June 15, 2011 • Articles • 0 Comments

    >If you are an avid cloth diaperer who feels you have some wisdom, experience, or anecdotes to share, you should check out The ArtsyMama’s call for submissions to The Freedom of Cloth Carnival, hosted by The Natural Parents Network. This blogging carnival, a celebration of writing about all things cloth, will be run across...

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    New Uses For Diaper Remnants … Including … Stir Fry?

    by  • June 10, 2011 • Disposable Diapers, Issues in Diapering • 2 Comments

    >Now that I’ve got your attention, don’t worry–I’m not creating a sick and twisted recipe for fricasseed fleece or sauteed liners.  However, cutting edge research out of the Autonomous Metropolitan University in Mexico City does have exciting news on the front of biodegrading those pesky disposable diapers that are filling up our landfills at...

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    Time for a Change

    by  • June 9, 2011 • Articles, Disposable Diapers • 1 Comment

    >A guest post by Laurie Diwakar and Lauren Walker When it comes to diapers, there are endless health and environmental reasons to switch from disposables to reusable cloth.  Cloth diapers are better for your baby’s skin because they are breathable, free of chemicals, and gentle on sensitive body parts.  Using cloth diapers instead of...

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    The Difference Between a Liner and a Soaker: Or, Why You Shouldn’t Give Low Ratings to My Favorite Products

    by  • May 30, 2011 • Articles, Review • 1 Comment

    >There are a lot of cloth diaper resources popping up out there. Why? Because cloth diapering is experiencing a resurgence in popularity and modern cloth has so many new options. Because modern cloth still has not become mainstream, parents looking to purchase cloth rely on the reviews and experiences of other parents who have...

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    Flats: Unexpected Find #2

    by  • May 27, 2011 • Flats • 3 Comments

    >Yet again, resourceful moms are channeling our grandmothers and great grandmas who didn’t need official “diapers” to diaper their baby. Yesterday we shared a great find from Ikea–burp cloths which make great, inexpensive (& cute!) gauze flats! Today we share yet another great tip–we can’t really call this one a secret as it is...

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    Have You Heard of the Flats Challenge Yet?

    by  • May 25, 2011 • Flats • 0 Comments

    >You know how in the world of fashion, black is versatile, and black goes with everything? It can be worn countless different ways, for countless different occasions, can be dressed up or down, and it never goes out of style? Well, it’s recently been said that in the world of cloth diapers, “flats are...

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    10 Reasons Why Your Business Needs a Facebook Fan Page

    by  • May 20, 2011 • Articles, Business/Blog Resources • 3 Comments

    >When it started, Facebook seemed to be this innocuous little plaything, a social media platform useful for catching up with friends cross-country, or spying on old high school crushes. Nowadays, however, Facebook has turned into one of the most powerful (free!) marketing tools out there for businesses, all the way from huge mega-corporations like...

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