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What would you win? The winner will get a Blueberry One Size Deluxe Diaper AND a Swaddlebees/Blueberry Wet Bag!!!!!! A $35+ value!

What to do? Simply leave a comment telling us in ONE word: What is the most important reason why you are using cloth diapers? Don’t forget to leave a way for us to contact you if you’re the winner. You don’t need to have a blog to win, but be sure to leave your email address if you don’t have one.

When? You should leave your comment before Thursday 6th at 9pm EST.

What else to know? You can make ONE comment PER DAY until the end time, which will increase your chances of winning. Please, don’t comment more than once in the same name or your comment will be deleted.

How? We will draw one winner randomly and will make a post with the winner on Friday 7th, and will notify the winner by blog or email that they’ve won.

Who can participate? US Residents and Canadians are welcome!

Good luck, and don’t forget to tell all your family and friends about the giveaway!

THIS GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED…. WE WILL BE PUBLISHING THE WINNER TOMORROW.. COME BACK AND GOOD LUCK!!

319 comments:

  1. chrys said...

    we started cloth diapering b/c it saves us money.

  2. Kathleen said...

    I added your giveaway to the Mom Giveaways site and a few other places. Hopefully it brings you some traffic.

    http://momgiveaways.com/

    Please don’t enter me since you already so generously sent me the Bumgenius winnings!

  3. Lucy said...

    Cost!

    lucycontest at gmail.com

  4. Terra Jones said...

    economical

    (thanks!) 😉

  5. I have always wanted to try cloth, I won my husband over by calculating how much money we could save in 2-3 years and possibly longer if we had more children. We have been going strong since our little one was 3 months old, he’s almost 7 months now and I will never go back.

  6. Dani said...

    I decided to cloth diaper because I want a cleaner, greener, healthier world for my children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

  7. Reiza said...

    Originally, I’d say, “Money.” After having done it through 3 kids now, I like, “Cuter.”

    Not sure if it’s the most important reason, though.

    offthespaceship at myway dot com

  8. Kristin said...

    We began cloth diapering because of the money savings. We continue to do it because of that, but also because of the cuteness factor, less chemicals for baby, and less trash thrown into landfills. It’s always nice when you start to do something because of one reason and gather many more reasons along the way 🙂

    My email address is kmgourley (AT) gmail (DOT) com

  9. M said...

    Chemical-free

    mathbook28 at gmail dot com

  10. itsahumanzoo said...

    Money

    Thanks for the giveaway!
    Angela
    itsahumanzoo(at)gmail(dot)com
    P.S. Stop by my blog for a chance to win some great Bath and Body works stuff!

  11. Paul said...

    My wife is cheap, so we started to cloth diaper.

    pgourley at gmail.com

  12. Lauren S said...

    reusable

    pinkveganmiso(at)yahoo(dot)com

  13. Shannon said...

    much cheaper and better for the environment

  14. Peaches said...

    My son was allergic to disposables. Thanks for the give away!

  15. Sandy said...

    store diapers too much a pain in the a$$ to buy and lug, and cloth better for skin and enviorment as welll as pocketbook mrs.mommyyatgmail.com

  16. Stacy said...

    Cheaper.

    hetz-junk(at)hotmail(dot)com

  17. jmorjig@hotmail.com said...

    Healthy

  18. Candice said...

    I like to save money and I actually find the cloth diapers leak LESS!

    I really want to win this for my friends who are adopting a baby, due in December! They want to cloth diaper like me!

    onlycancan at hotmail dot com

    http://www.MomMostTraveled.com

  19. Can Canadians enter? Less rashes!

  20. Think about it said...

    hi, my cousin just started making and using her own cloth diapers for her baby on the way, and really likes them.
    so please enter me.

  21. jennifer said...

    Cloth diapering will hopefulley cut down the diapering cost for us when the baby comes. Thanks for the giveaway! russellkids6@gmail.com

  22. Serena said...

    Our family chose cloth diapering because it feels so NATURAL!

    Of course cloth diapering has gone a LONG way in recent years with the plethora of options. However, I’m sure all cloth diapering parents would agree – we LOVE it!

  23. anyang said...

    Saves money and environment.

  24. redeemed said...

    self-sufficiency

  25. meredith said...

    Cruchiness!

    meredithnsinclair at hotmail.com

  26. Katie said...

    chemical-free

    katie.carlin (at) gmail.com

  27. Anonymous said...

    I would like to start using cloth diapers because it is better for the baby’s bottom and at the same time it will save us money.
    ma_adames@yahoo.com

  28. eidolons said...

    environment

    eidolons AT gmail DOT com

  29. Jes said...

    Cheaper.

    jes AT beautyfromchaos DOT com

  30. hminnesota said...

    It is something that can be easily afforded.

  31. Anonymous said...

    safety

    momoftjjsdi@momys.com

    Sarah 🙂

  32. Lori said...

    to save things from the landfill

  33. kbaby said...

    Healthier for baby and the environment!

  34. Emily said...

    Trash!

    ejscholl (at) gmail (dot) com

  35. caitlinmuro@yahoo.com said...

    future…of our children and our planet

  36. Kerri at gourmetk9 AT comcast DOT net said...

    We initially started with my first daughter because I was sick of going to BJs every couple of weeks! I thought there has to be a better way! Looked into actual “diaper services”, but those were way too pricey. A friend happened to be selling cloth as a new SAHM venture and the rest is history! I’m hooked and currently dd #2 is wearing many of dd #1’s diapers! Cuteness doesn’t hurt either!

  37. charmaine said...

    VARIETY!!!

    Don’t get me wrong, the environmental and the economical reasons are very important, but to pick one thing, I love the variety!

    brydee224@yahoo(dot)com

  38. Emily Card said...

    Because they’re cheaper and MUCH cuter!

  39. Suzie said...

    Fun 🙂
    supersuzak at gmail dot com

  40. Renee said...

    trashless

    rmgoyette at hotmail dot com

  41. BeckyD said...

    worthwhile

  42. dawn said...

    Love

    orngpikkle at sbcglobal. net

  43. Caitilin said...

    resourcefulness!

    (I couldn’t cram all my reasons into one word, but that’s my best shot!)

    caitigumbo @ gmail DOT com

  44. Brendan's Momma said...

    Environment

    fireflyknights @ yahoo DOT com

  45. jemmmers74 said...

    to be more eco-friendly and save money

  46. reb said...

    Bed wetting

    rebbi511 at peoplepc.com

  47. Kristin said...

    Easier!

    (kristinmarie87 AT hotmail DOT com)

  48. kdkdkd said...

    For the environment and to save money

  49. Kelly K. said...

    CUTE!!!

  50. Mickie said...

    We started buying CD before our son was born because we wanted to save money. But now I can't imagine using disposables regularly, they smell funny & fill up the trash. Yuck.

  51. erin said...

    charm!

    valleygirlhasbabygoescrunchy.blogspot.com

  52. rebfrye said...

    reusable

  53. Christy said...

    cuter

    mommaof4coolkiddos AT yahoo.com

  54. I started clothing diapering because it is financially and environmentally better then disposables.

    chrystalnblue (at) yahoo.com

  55. Theresa said...

    LOVE

  56. Melissa said...

    money

  57. Kacey said...

    Garbage

    kaceybat at gmail dot com

  58. Baby Karli said...

    predilection!

  59. mogrill said...

    Definately the cost!

  60. Greyson's Mom said...

    Reusable!

    supershawnte at gmail dot com

  61. Ravenlily said...

    I cloth Diaper and love it. even the husband does too!

  62. Kelly said...

    conservation

    wordsmoveme(at)gmail.com

  63. Becky said...

    health

    bblejwas @ gmail.com

  64. Baba said...

    Reduces Land fill rubish and chemicals in the earth. Thanks!

  65. juliec. said...

    absorbancy

  66. Anonymous said...

    better absorbancy

  67. Megan said...

    motherearth

    meganpeeples at hotmail.com

  68. Andrea said...

    Health!!

    Visit my site for CLOTH DIAPER MONTH!!!! Thanks. http://mommainflipflops2.blogspot.com

    Andrea

  69. heidi said...

    GREEN (the money & the planet)

    hhtp://www.marykay.com/hclifton

  70. Tandy and Jeff said...

    Money.

    The main factor getting me started (for our first due in Feb) was the cost savings! Many other reasons now too! ssqueakert@yahoo.com

  71. Ashli said...

    TWINS! (read as MONEY! :P)

  72. Melissa 'Chili' Ryder said...

    I’m new to cloth diapering (as well as blogging) – but my one word describing what is the most important reason why I am using cloth diapers? is:
    “RESPONSIBILITY”
    To myself economically and to my planet!
    ~ Melissa Ryder
    chili@theryderfamily.org

  73. mverno said...

    excellent way to keep baby soft and dry

  74. Valeta said...

    The most important reason I use cloth is because disposables cause my children to get diaper rashes because of all the chemicals.

    valeta.brown@gmail.com

  75. mother of two said...

    simplicity/simplify

    because going to the store for diapers and wipes every few days takes away important time away from my children. I’ve learned to simplify my life in order to enjoy the best that life has for us-the enjoyment of time spent with the lives around us.

  76. Donna said...

    Way better for the environment. Thanks for the contst.

  77. vboackle said...

    for the environment.

  78. jmorjig@hotmail.com said...

    comfortable

  79. stiner0305 said...

    cleaner
    for the baby and for the environment!! I love cloth diapers just wish i did it with my other 2 kids!

  80. isabellayessi said...

    great for the world and for tiny new baby.

  81. kygirl said...

    its cheaper, greener and better for everyone involved.

  82. Tashena said...

    COMFORT 🙂

    Tashena Wright
    8510 Waverly Road
    Martinsville, IN 46151

  83. alexisstaats@hotmail.com said...

    love

  84. Lina Martin said...

    cheaper!

    Lina Martin

    brianandlina at sbcglobal dot net

  85. Julie said...

    I would like to try this method out for the first time!

  86. I would llike to for environmental reasons, but the start-up costs have been holding me back (my husband’s out of work, and we have disposables on hand currently.) I’d love to win this and get started!

  87. wannadoo22572 said...

    daughter was allergic to disposables.

  88. Renee said...

    Cost!

    cookiert at yahoo.com

  89. prityinsid said...

    Better for the environment

  90. Laura said...

    Savings
    laurachilton {at} hotmail.com

  91. Micheline said...

    Cuteness!!

    keohime@mac.com

  92. Laly said...

    Supercalifragilisticexpialadocious!!!

    My email: lmgg809@yahoo.com

  93. jemmmers74 said...

    they are reusable.

  94. Tandy and Jeff said...

    Healthier.
    It’s healthier for baby AND for the environment! ssqueakert@aol.com

  95. dawns41 said...

    Need this for the grandchildren.
    dawns_horizen@yahoo.com

  96. Rachel Robertson said...

    I love cloth diapers. Ever since I switched to cloth my baby daughter has had no diaper rashes and I love the way the diapers smell when they come fresh from the clothesline. It makes me feel as if I am doing special for the person I love more than anything in the world.

  97. Cheaper and healthier for the environment. jillus11@hotmail.com

  98. Katie said...

    Better.

    (mgkatie@gmail.com)

  99. Renee said...

    cuteness!

    rmgoyette at hotmail dot com

  100. Megan said...

    responsibility

  101. Karen said...

    Environment 🙂

    ktgonyea at gmail.com

  102. sascha said...

    Definitely more economical.

  103. clothmomma said...

    allergy

  104. InMyHeart01 said...

    I think I’d like to try cloth diapers, so I hope I win!

  105. DSmith said...

    Love

    dueapril08 at sbcglobal.net

  106. Anonymous said...

    environment!
    mgermans(at)hotmail(dot)com

  107. christi said...

    three!

    Three because I have 3 girls in diapers, and I counted diapers one days and the total was 19!!!!
    Christiallen at sbcglobal.net

  108. jmorjig@hotmail.com said...

    fun

  109. martha said...

    It’s cheaper and it’s natural. Thanks!

  110. Laura said...

    Environment

    laurachilton {at} hotmail.com

  111. Erin said...

    There are so many reasons! The cost, the benefit to the environment, and the skin benefits (decreases diaper rash) for our babies.

  112. Lisa said...

    the savings!!

  113. Serena said...

    I LOVE the many options!

  114. poodlemom said...

    I have to say Grumpy. Just so cute!

  115. Anonymous said...

    we love cloth diapers can’t find them in local stores around here,

  116. Kathcolo said...

    Healthier and better for sweet baby bottoms! katherinecolombo@gmail.com

  117. Anonymous said...

    chemical-free

    Amy
    norenbergs@gmail.com

  118. the momma said...

    conservation! (Environmental and financial, too!)
    theresamj01@msn.com

  119. Jmau81 said...

    costs and it seems like a healthier alternative

  120. RE said...

    I love that they are eco friendly. Thanks for the giveaway!

  121. Homemaker said...

    Cost!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    sallylynnsara[at]hotmail[dot]com

  122. jmorjig@hotmail.com said...

    cozy

  123. Aisling said...

    Better for baby and better for the environment and cloth diapers save money over the long haul.

  124. Erika said...

    Perfection 🙂

  125. delores said...

    please enter me!

    delorezb@yahoo.com

  126. romero said...

    would love to be entered.

    roro219708@yahoo.com

  127. ams said...

    Crazy!

    As my husband says I must be nuts to switch to cloth diapering….

    ams.mail@sbcglobal.net

  128. keohime said...

    fun!

    Micheline Cherveny
    Keohime@mac.com

  129. drming said...

    in this poor economy is is good to be frugal so cloth diapering saves us money which is always good

  130. i changed many a cloth diaper when i was young because my mom had eight kids and i had to help out. it just seemed the natural choice for me. it also helps the environment and saves money

  131. Aisling said...

    Cloth diapering is better for baby and better for the environment. It’s also cost effective.

  132. wesmoody@bellsouth.net said...

    Cost!

  133. Lucy said...

    environment!

    lucycontest at gmail.com

  134. Lori said...

    more cost effective

  135. kristie.otero at gmail.com said...

    Comfort

  136. pooopli said...

    ***HEALTH***

    of my babies and the environment:)

  137. klp1965 said...

    softer on babys bottom 🙂

  138. Twins!

    We just started cloth diapering our 6 month old twins.

  139. Anonymous said...

    rump-happy

  140. Marsha said...

    “Responsible” would be my word… environmentally, fiscally, and health-wise. Thanks for making me think!

  141. Swtlilchick said...

    It saves alot of money,plus better for the environment.

    CharlieGurl57@aol.com

  142. Melissa B. said...

    The good old days.

  143. Jonathan's mom said...
  144. Anonymous said...

    I am trying to win this for my daughter-in-law. Hint, hint. Use natural products which are better for baby.

  145. Jodi said...

    I think that Cloth diapering is better for the child and the environment.

    purehrt555(at)yahoo(dot)com

  146. Amira M said...

    i just cant stomach the idea that conventional diapers NEVER biodegrade.

  147. matty55 said...

    cheaper.

    i like saving money

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