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Change Diapers Best of 2016 Awards Giveaway

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Vote for the Change-Diapers Best of 2016 Awards and you could win prizes from great sponsors! There are a total of 11 prizes worth more than $500.

Scroll below the list of great prizes to enter in the Rafflecopter form, then join me on the Change-Diapers Facebook page Friday, January 27th from 9-10 PM Eastern for a reveal of the award winners + flash giveaways!

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Mama Suds is offering a $50 gift certificate to spend on anything you like! U.S. and Canada

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Buttons is offering two amazing prizes. One winner will receive a Trial Pack of Buttons Diapers (a OS diaper cover + 3 daytime inserts) and one will receive a Pack of Dahlia feminine pads + Small Wet Bag. U.S. and Canada

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Snuggle Me Organic is giving away an Organic Co-sleeping Infant Lounger for Babies valued at $140. U.S. only

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Llamajama is giving away a pair of their Monster Pants wool longies in the winner’s choice of in-stock size. U.S. and Canada

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Eco Sprout is giving away their Coconut Stick & Eco Bottom Liners. U.S. only

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Balm Baby/Taylor’s Naturals is offering an eczema calmer & beard oil trio pack. U.S. and Canada

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Baby Comfy Care is giving away a Baby Comfy Cover Nursing 360 degree Nursing Cover. U.S. and Canada

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Zcreationz is giving away one of their amazing new Plush fitteds. U.S. and Canada

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Up On the Hill is giving away a $25 gift card to spend on whatever you like! Open to the U.S. only


 

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Sweetbottoms Baby is offering Baltic Amber Necklaces – 1 for Mom + 1 for Baby by R.B. Amber Jewelry. U.S. and Canada

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Giveaway is not sponsored, endorsed, affiliated with or approved by Facebook. My entering this giveaway you understand that you are disclosing your information to me, not to Facebook, and release Facebook from all liability.

Entries go in the Rafflecopter form below. Some prizes are open to the U.S. only and others are open to Canada as well. Please be sure to leave U.S. or Canada with your mandatory entry so I can be sure to match winners to prizes!

Don’t forget to join me on the Change-Diapers Facebook page Friday, January 27th from 9-10 PM Eastern for a reveal of the award winners + flash giveaways!

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Maria Moser
Maria is the mother of 3, writing about cloth diapers & going green. You'll often find her juggling her preschooler and typing 1-handed in between sips of cold coffee. Maria works with many companies within the cloth diaper industry and beyond, providing social media management, product development and other services.
6 Comments
  • January 25, 2017 at 7:01 am
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  • Liz Kerr
    January 10, 2017 at 9:36 am
    Reply

    The amber teething beads are a choking hazard. A child recently choked to death on a Florida day care.

    • January 10, 2017 at 10:00 am
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      It’s not a good idea to leave necklaces on children during naps, or anytime they aren’t supervised.

      Necklaces should either have a breakaway clasp, or the necklace itself should break when pressure is applied (to prevent strangulation). In addition, beads should be individually knotted so that if the necklace breaks, beads aren’t released.

      Lastly, the necklace should fit properly with little slack so the child isn’t able to lift it to his/her mouth.

      Supervision is key.

      I don’t know whether the child choked or was strangled (nor any details about the necklace) but either way, it’s a tragedy and I’m devastated for the parents.

  • Rosemary
    January 9, 2017 at 3:25 pm
    Reply

    Great products make life that much easier as a new parent, thanks for making things a little less stressful! Xoxo Rose

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