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gDiapers #clothdiapers from @vinedotcom via @chgdiapers 1

I have been curious about gDiapers since I began cloth diapering. They are fairly well known, and are one of few readily available cloth diapers (they even sell them in my small, local organic store.) Vine.com carries them, and sent me several products so I could review and share with you! [click to continue reading]


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@tushmate #clothdiapers via @chgdiapers 1

I received a product at no cost for review purposes. I was not otherwise compensated for this post and all opinions are my own. When I first received my TushMate diaper, I was a little nervous. There were so many ways to use it; I was afraid I wouldn’t be able to figure it out. (Don’t worry, I did!) [click to continue reading and enter the giveaway]

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@lalabyebabycd #clothdiapers via @chgdiapers 1

I received a diaper at no cost for review purposes. I was not otherwise compensated for this post, and all opinions are my own. Lalabye Baby diapers are pocket diapers that are designed by a U.S. family and manufactured overseas. At first glance, they look very similar to other diapers, and share many features. However, they do have a unique combination of features. [click to continue reading and enter the giveaway]

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@Omaiki AIO #clothdiapers via @chgdiapers 1

Omaiki is a Canadian company started in 2007 by best friends (and Moms) Anouk & Ariane. Omaiki sent me a one-size all in one diaper, in one of their new prints! [click to continue reading]

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charcoal bamboo #clothdiapers via @chgdiapers

Once a week, I address a reader submitted question, and ask my readers to chime in. Don’t miss any posts! Subscribe to our new RSS Feed or subscribe via email. [click to read this week's submission]

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