Baby Wearing Cloth Diapers Coupon Discount Sale

Huge Savings on Rumparooz Cloth Diapers & Sakura Bloom Slings

30% off Rumparooz Cloth Diapers

Up On the Hill is my local natural family boutique, and the owner has been a friend of mine since the early 90’s. The shop is no longer carrying a few things, including cloth diapers and Sakura Bloom ring slings, so you can get an amazing deal while they still have stock!

Right now, pocket diapers, Lil Joey newborn/preemie diapers, doll diapers (note, 30% off does not apply to doll diapers) and Tokidoki prints are in stock. If you see something you like, I suggest that you don’t wait, because I’m not sure these will last long! Use code RAR30 at checkout to receive your 30% discount.

30% off Sakura Bloom Ring Slings

You can also save 30% on Sakura Bloom ring slings (no code needed). I loved my Sakura Bloom and these prices are better than what I snagged at their sample sale. They are so stunning I’m tempted to buy one even though I’m not really wearing any of my kids anymore. There was a tiny learning curve to getting a ring sling on, but after that, it makes it so convenient for both new babies, and the toddlers in that “up/down/up/down” stage.

Going forward, the store will be focusing on their amazing natural toys, tasty chocolate, beautiful clothes and other items. Check out everything they offer, snag some Rumparooz and/or Sakura Bloom, and check out their sale section for more deals. All sales final on clearance/sale items.

Are you in the Maryland/Pennsylvania/Virginia/West Virginia area? Go visit the store in person at their brick & mortar Shepherdstown, WV location. It makes a great day trip with hiking or biking along the C&O canal, hiking the Appalachian trail and visiting Harper’s Ferry or visiting more historic sites like Burnside Bridge. There is lots of shopping, several great restaurants, and some top notch hotels nearby. Maybe you can stop by the restaurant that caused me to wish that liquor stores delivered. 😀


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Maria Moser
Maria is the mother of 3, writing about cloth diapers & going green. You'll often find her with a dog or child on her lap, 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.

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