Cloth Diaper Giveaway Roundup

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257 people entered this giveaway with 874 entries in all. [click to continue reading and see the winner]


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I purchased this product myself. I was not asked to write, nor was I compensated for this post, and all opinions are my own. Post contains referral links, where if you click through and make a purchase, I can earn perks like free glasses cases etc. David Kind is a different online eyewear brand. Not a bargain brand, but a luxury brand with a very reasonable price, David Kind employs talented stylists to hand-pick frames for you. Send a photo, and you’ll receive an at-home try on. Take 6 days to try them on, snap photos and get opinions. Send them back and buy your favorite, or don’t buy any. You provide your credit card number when you order, but the try on and shipping is free. [click to continue reading]


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Post contains affiliate links. If you click through and make a purchase I will receive a small commission. Products pictured/mentioned were purchased by me and I was not asked to mention them nor was I compensated to do so. We’ve handled the “birds and the bees” talks as an ongoing conversation, age appropriate and only answering what was asked. My daughter was 3 when we found out we were expecting her brother, and we purchased It’s Not the Stork in anticipation of all her questions. To my surprise, she ended up asking 10,000 questions about death, not birth! If I remember correctly, it began when she asked about Beethoven after we listened to some music, and got pretty deep! [click to continue reading]