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Fuzzibunz Sweet Beginnings Cloth Diapers are Here

fuzzibunz sweet beginnings

Post contains affiliate links. Fuzzibunz has introduced their new Sweet Beginnings collection diapers. They are the same cut as the Fuzzibunz one-size small and large with slightly different weight range recommendations. The “first year” diapers are equivalent to the one-size small and fit babies 6-24 pounds. The one-size fit 10-40 pounds, replacing the one-size large.

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Apparel & Accessories Eco-Friendly/Green Made in Canada Reusable Products

Lunapads Maia Hipster Lunapanties Aren’t Your Typical Period Undies!

@lunapads maia hipster lunapanties via @chgdiapers

I received product free to review. I was not otherwise compensated for this post, and all opinions are my own. Thanks to years of pregnancy and breastfeeding, I’ve only recently been able to begin using menstrual cups and cloth pads, including the Lunapads I received to review a few years ago. Lunapads sent me a pair of their Lunapanties in the Maia hipster style to review, and I wasn’t sure if I should be excited to try them, or be dreading it like every other month. 😉

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Cloth Pads Eco-Friendly/Green Handmade Items Made in the USA Natural Personal Care Products Reusable Products Review WAHM made

Gorgeous, Soft, Reusable Cloth Menstrual Pads

@pinklemonadesue cloth pads via @chgdiapers 1

I purchased the pictured items myself. I was not asked to write, nor was I compensated for this post. All opinions are my own. Post updated with affiliate links. Any time the topic of reusable menstrual pads came up, several Change-Diapers moms enthusiastically recommended Pink Lemonade. I ordered some in early November and as always seems the case when I’m anxious to try some new cloth pads or a menstrual cup, my cycle was late. So I waited & waited and finally got to try them!

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Cloth Pads In the News Reusable Products WAHM made

Were Reusable Menstrual Pads Just Reclassified as Medical Devices?

Is the FDA registration fee for reusable menstrual pads new  I researched...

I have not been asked to write or compensated for this post. It is entirely my opinion. I am not a lawyer.

Yesterday, it came to my attention that a WAHM cloth menstrual pad manufacturer was just notified that their products were now classified as class I medical devices & they would have to pay to register with the FDA.

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Eco-Friendly/Green Menstrual Cups Reusable Products

Curious About Reusable Menstrual Cups? Here Are Some FAQs

Menstrual Cup FAQs via @chgdiapers

Post contains affiliate links. I hesitated to do this post because, well, it’s been done before. I felt the same way about my Cloth 101 post but it was a huge hit, so here I am. I had some icky squicky feelings about menstrual cups at first too, but once I found a menstrual cup for a low cervix, I became a total convert. So going on some of the things I’ve often heard, and some that I heard during a recent mainstream Facebook chat, here are some FAQs and their answers.

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