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

Cloth Diaper Giveaway Roundup

Every week, I list cloth diaper giveaways I’ve found all over the web. Subscribe to our RSS Feed or subscribe via email. [click to see this week's giveaways]


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@Pacapod Moab Bag via @chgdiapers

Change-Diapers received a bag at no cost to review. I was not otherwise compensated for this post and all opinions are my own. Though I don’t regularly carry a diaper bag, I do find myself in need of a large bag with lots of organization for travel and day-trips, whether or not I have my littles with me. It can be difficult to find a bag large enough to handle cloth diapers, and it’s exceptionally hard to find a bag that satisfies someone picky like me, both via style and function. [click to continue reading]


@ThirstiesInc One Size AIO #clothdiapers #giveaway via @chgdiapers

Change-Diapers was not compensated for this post. All opinions are my own. Were you as excited as I was to see the adorable Ocean Collection prints & new Thirsties one size all in one revealed at ABC this year? One of you will be one of the first to try one! [click to continue reading and enter the giveaway]

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How to spot black market #clothdiapers via @chgdiapers

Have you ever had trouble determining whether the diaper you’re looking at is a rebrand or knockoff? This post has been in the works for quite some time, even before Misty Henry & I put together our webinar on this topic for the RDIA and I’m grateful to Elizabeth for putting together this list of things to look for when determining if a diaper is a black market or re-branded diaper. Please note: this is not intended to single out any particular brand, nor to condemn those who have knowingly or unknowingly purchased black market diapers. It is simply an aid for those consumers who want to know what they’re buying. Opinions are that of the guest poster and do not necessarily reflect those of Change-Diapers. Please also visit CleanDiapers.org to learn more about clean, safe diapers. There is also a list of reported, non-CPSIA compliant diapers available for RDIA members to view. [click to continue reading]