Black Friday & Cyber Monday #clothdiapers sales via @chgdiapers

Post contains affiliate links. Black Friday-Cyber Monday is a great time to get deals on cloth diapers. If you see something you like, don’t wait because stock goes quickly. I’ll add to this list as new sales/specials are announced. Looking for a particular item or store? Hit ctrl+F on your keyboard (command+F on Mac) and type what you’re hunting for. You can select the “highlight all” option to see everything that fits your search. There are a few listed that sell related items (teething jewelry, breastfeeding supplies etc. though not cloth diapers specifically.) This will be updated continuously as sales may be released.

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@ThirstiesInc Ocean Collection #clothdiapers #giveaway via @chgdiapers

Post contains affiliate links. I was able to see the Ocean Collection at ABC and was given their new one-size AIO in the school of fish print. I’m in love with these prints, I think because they are the perfect mix of cute and modern/clean thanks to the white background. We’ve been (im)patiently awaiting their release and I’m happy to say they are now available at your favorite cloth diaper retailers! [click to continue reading and enter the giveaway]


530 people entered this giveaway with 2243 entries in all. [click to continue reading and see the winner]


#clothdiapers #giveaway roundup via @chgdiapers - cloth diaper giveaways

Cloth Diaper Giveaway Roundup

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Could a Family of 5 Go Waste Free?

by Maria Moser on November 20, 2014

in Personal Posts

Waste free families  via @chgdiapers

This week I read an article on Mind Body Green about a woman who hasn’t created any trash in two years. I find that incredibly impressive, and I do think it’s possible, but convenient? For a family of 5? Not so sure for us. (Though a family of 4 did it.) [click to continue reading]