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Fluff Fridays - Week 19 *** CLOSED ***

Welcome to this week's giveaway!

What would you win:

3- Sew in love DOLL cloth diapers with or without PUL (your choice of fabric)
$30 dollars gift card at Kelly's Closet

What to do? Simply leave a comment telling us hwhat are you doing to teach your kids about cloth diapering? What kind of play strategies do you use to help them be more conscious about it when they are older? 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, March 12th at 8pm EST.
What else to know? You can make ONE comment PER DAY. If you want to get more comments there are several ways to do it:
1 - Being or becoming one of our followers gives you one extra comment PER GIVEAWAY, NOT PER DAY. Simply post a comment saying that you are a follower.
2 - Being a subscriber of our blog or subscribing to our blog, gives you one extra comment PER GIVEAWAY, NOT PER DAY. Simply post a comment saying that you are a follower.
3 - Commenting in other posts during the week will give you ONE EXTRA comment PER EACH comment that you make. Simply post a comment on this one saying the title of the post where you wrote your comment. So, what are you waiting for?? Participating on other posts pays off!!!
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How? We will draw one winner randomly with an "Online Number Generator" and will make a post with the winner on Friday, March 13th, and will notify the winner by blog or email that they've won.

Who can participate? US Residents and Canadians are welcome!

Important note about the winner: If we havent hear from the winner by the closing time of next week's giveaway, we will be choosing another winner that will be published TOGETHER with next week's winner. We promise to do our best to get in contact with the winners. Canadians winners will be responsable for shipping costs.

Good luck, and don’t forget to tell all your family and friends about the giveaway! In case that you don't win, what a better person to win that a friend of yours!!

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Denise said...

I let my youngest pick out what diaper she wants to wear next...she LOVES her cloth diapers.

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Denise said...

I LOVE those doll diapers!!! I think my kids would identify with cloth even more if we had those for all their dolls.

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WiseChixMama said...

I have discussed the importance of cloth w/my children including the benefits of health, the environment, & of course, the huge $$ savings. My girls have helped me make recycled cloth wipes out of clothes that have worn out, but could still serve a wonderful purpose. They also help me fold clean diapers, & their dolls wear cloth too :0).

WiseChixMama said...

I am a follower ;0)...

Amanda said...

Love this giveaway!

I love doll diapers, it means I don't have to waste my $$ down the drain!!!

Amanda said...

I'm a follower

Amanda said...

I'm a Facebooker as well!

Amanda said...

One of three extra entries for Sat!

Amanda said...

Two comment of three for Sat.

Amanda said...

Last comment of Three for Sat!

Amanda said...

I subscribe!

Erika said...

i'm a facebook fan!

Erika said...

i'm a follower!

Erika said...

i subscribe!

Erika said...

i have a button on my blog.

Erika said...

how exciting, i get 3 extra comments :)

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Erika said...

i'm loving the doll cloth diapers! too cute.

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Kate said...

My son is 2, I think that just by cloth diapering him and having him see me cloth diaper his little sister (who is due in 4 weeks! yea!) he (and she) will grow up seeing tha we use reusable goods in our lives and have that become part of what they consider "normal"

And it must be working-he tried to put a CD on his Buzz Lightyear doll yesterday, he needed a little help of course, but it was cool to see him mimic my everyday activity!

kate.simmons@hotmail.com

Erika said...

now my son can use them on his stuffed cat, instead of using the ones we have for baby.

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Kate said...

#1 extra entry for comment on Saturday!

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Kate said...

#2 extra entry for comment on Saturday!

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Kate said...

#3 extra entry for comment on Saturday!

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Kate said...

I'm a fan!

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Melissa said...

Here's one of my extra comments.

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Maggie said...

We're going to be cloth diapering my daughter when she's born in a couple of weeks. I've talked to my older son about cloth diapering and together we've practiced on his stuffed animals. Thanks for the giveaway!

Maggie said...

I'm a follower.

Maggie said...

I subscribe to your feed using live bookmarks.

Maggie said...

I have your button on my blog.

Maggie said...

I commented on "EXTRA comments for Week 19's giveaway!". Extra comment 1.

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I commented on "EXTRA comments for Week 19's giveaway!". Extra comment 3.

one day in the life of me said...

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one day in the life of me said...

I left a comment on Extra entries week 19 giveaway.

Tanya said...

I did not cloth my daughter but her younger brother is in cloth so she sees his all the time. None of dolls are diapered at the moment but I can imagine how fun she would think this was and it would help us in our quest to demonstrate cloth to everyone able to listen. :)

Tanya said...

I am a facebook fan.

Tanya said...

Follower!

Jess said...

I only switched to cloth when I had my 4th so I explained to my older 2 how much sposies impact us. They also help diaper Rylen & see how easy it is! My oldest will even help unload the washer & hang the diaps up he thinks this is much cooler than "diaper duty" that my nephews have (they have to take all diaps to the outside trash can lol)

Jess said...

im a FB fan

Jess said...

i follow

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i subscribe

Jess said...

I have your button on my blog

Jess said...

my niece will love the doll diaps
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Jess said...

i want the gc
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Jess said...

I have a huge headache & still remembered.... hehe

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Jess said...

commented in the extra comments post

Trisha said...

We just started using cloth, so I haven't had much of a chance to explain/talk to my daughter about it. We have talked about how much more comfortable they are than her old disposables and she calls them her comfy diapers.

Brinley's Momma said...

This is such a great giveaway! My daughter's first birthday is on Thursday and this would be an awesome gift since hubby and I were thinking of getting her a doll.

Anyway, although DD is too young to learn why using cloth is important, as she gets older I plan on explaining to her that it is better for the earth, and more importantly, her! I hope what she takes from my hubby and I using cloth on her now, and us using cloth on any subsequent brothers and sisters leaves a positive impact on her. ANDINIC_83@YAHOO.COM

Brinley's Momma said...

I am a follower (ANDINIC_83@YAHOO.COM)

Brinley's Momma said...

I am a subscriber (ANDINIC_83@YAHOO.COM)

Brinley's Momma said...

I am a Facebook fan also! (ANDINIC_83@YAHOO.COM)

Brinley's Momma said...

First of three extra comments. (ANDINIC_83@YAHOO.COM)

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Second of three extra comments. (ANDINIC_83@YAHOO.COM)

Brinley's Momma said...

Last of three extra comments. :-( (ANDINIC_83@YAHOO.COM)

Amy said...

My 5 yr old understands that we CD his little bro to both save $$$ and to lessen the amount of trash we make. Hopefully these values will be passed on to our little one thru him!

Amy said...

I follow

Amy said...

I subscribe

Amy said...

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Shannon said...

My 2 oldest girls thought it was funny when we switched to cloth for their baby sister. I explained to them a little bit of why we decided to do it, and now it's just normal. They help me fold the diapers. We usually have a prefold diaper pinned onto at least one of their baby dolls.

Shannon said...

I think the doll diapers are absolutely adorable!!

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Shannon said...

How awesome to get extra comments today, even if I am pushing it on time!


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Shannon said...

I really wish someone would have given me more info on cloth diapering with my 2 oldest children. It's been one of the best changes we've made. I love nearly everything about it. Thank you for all the info you provide!!


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Shannon said...

I am a subscriber...

Shannon said...

And a fan on facebook...

Shannon said...

and I have your button on my blog.

Anonymous said...

My DD is old enough to understand and I pointed out how cloth is so much more comfortable. When I showed her both to compare she told me," It's soft!"
She got it!
raychie33 @ hotmail.com

Dani said...

My DS is still too young to understand, but he will learn through watching/experience especially since he will be the eldest child. I was practicing prefolds/snappis on his stuffed giraffe the other day :)

Dani said...

I'm a subscriber

Dani said...

and follower

Dani said...

I have your button on my blog

Dani said...

I'm a facebook fan

Dani said...

Extra comment #1

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Tara K. said...

My 10 year old helps me with the diaper laundry and sometimes helps change the bambino's diaper. My 3 year old has cloth diapers on his Tigger and Potty Scotty dolls. As a family we try to live pretty frugally. When we used disposable diapers, my 10 yo saw how we used them and threw them away and spent money on more every time we went to the store. And now with cloth, we just wash and reuse. Better for our budget, better for the baby, better for the environment.

Beloved Daughter said...

I posted today (saturday) so here is my first extra entry.

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Beloved Daughter said...

And my second...

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Andrea said...

I'm planning on explaining to my son why it's important to reduce waste when he's old enough to understand.

Andrea said...

I'm a follower!

Andrea said...

I'm a facebook fan!

Andrea said...

One extra comment for Saturday!

Beloved Daughter said...

...and my third

eyeatman@gmail.com

If I keep entering the odds are I'll win eventually right?! :)

Andrea said...

Two- extra comment for Saturday!

Andrea said...

Three- extra comment for Saturday!

Beloved Daughter said...

And I am a fan on facebook.

eyeatman@gmail.com

Tara K. said...

I am also a subscriber.

Tara K. said...

I am a follower!

Tara K. said...

I have a button on my blog at monkeyfamily5.blogspot.com

Tara K. said...

I am a facebook friend.

Tara K. said...

Love the extra post tonight! (I answered comments to that notification at 10:39 Central time, and was informed it needed to go on this post, so I hope this still counts!! please!!)

Tara K. said...

Thank you for the extra posts!

Tara K. said...

And thank you for the 3rd extra post!! Love the doll diapers! and if I won, I would use the gift card on a bumgenious diaper. I have not yet tried that kind.

Kirsten said...

My oldest helps me wash the diapers. He loves to use the diaper sprayer (yes, it can get a little messy). He even takes out the dirty inserts (not something I taught him, he just wants to help). He also helps me put them in the wash. And he helps me change our youngest.

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Kirsten said...

I have your button on my blog (invite only).

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Kirsten said...

Extra #1

I commented on the EXTRA comments for Week 19's giveaway! *** UPDATED ***
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Kirsten said...

extra #2

I commented on the EXTRA comments for Week 19's giveaway! *** UPDATED ***

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Kirsten said...

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I commented on the EXTRA comments for Week 19's giveaway! *** UPDATED ***

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Madeline said...

My little one isn't old enough to teach him about cloth diapers, but he certainly wears them. I intend to teach him to be aware of his impact on the earth, and cloth diapers are certainly a part of that.

Upstatemomof3 said...

I commented on My girls and her dolls

Upstatemomof3 said...

I also think that just knowing that we do it makes the kid more likely to. I was first introduced to cloth diapering when my step mom did it with my brother and sister and now I do it. So I think my kids are likely to do it.

Erika said...

I never thought about it before. My oldest at 2 yrs knows the difference between cloth and disposables. Right now "teaching" is keeping her from throwing away the cloth in the disposable diaper bag and from trying to wash the disposables.

ireland 241 at adelphia dot net

Erika said...

I am a facebook fan:)

Kristin said...

I am just beginning to use cloth diapers. My oldest is 2.5 (did disposables until recently) and in preparation for a second child I decided I wanted to go cloth. Hannah has helped me choose colors of diapers to order for the new baby (and herself since she has no desire to potty train yet) and LOVES deciding what color diaper to wear!

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Kristin said...

I'm a follower.

holly christine said...

i will have my son help with folding them when he older--he's 6 weeks right now!

holly christine said...

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AScott said...

Posted a comment on, My Girls and her Dolls.

AScott said...

I want to teach my daughter that cloth diapers/wipes/etc. are the best choice there is. I want to teach her the value of saving money and helping the environment at the same time by doing this little thing of cloth diapering, I think it goes a long way!

Kristen said...

I love all these stories of kids cloth diapering their dolls and diapers! What a great way to teach the lesson of reusable goods :)! I can't wait to teach my baby :)!

TheOGMamaBear said...

How adorable it would be for Lilian to get these! I hope I win! If I do I think I may use the gift card towards a diaper sprayer! I'm really envious of everyone who has one. I keep telling my husband the minute I get a positive pregnancy test for our second, I will be buying one!!

TheOGMamaBear said...

I commented on "My girls and dolls"

Maggie said...

My son and I diaper his stuffed animals while we wait for my daughter to arrive.

Maggie said...

I left a comment on "My girls and her dolls"

Suzy said...

I posted on "My girls and her dolls"

Angela said...

commented on: "My girls and her dolls"

Angela said...

I put my kids to work helping me with the cloth diapers... one can change them the other two stuff and fold the.

Meghan said...

Doll cloth diapers will be a great way to teach my daughter about cloth when she gets older. Right now my son learns about cloth by watching me cd his little sister.

Meghan said...

I am a follower!

Meghan said...

I am a subscriber!

Meghan said...

I am a facebook fan!

Meghan said...

I have your button on my blog!

Liz said...

I commented in "my girls and their dolls"

Liz said...

My girls know I was interested in CD because we went from a place that recycled almost everything to an area with zero recycling. It was killing me putting so much in our trash can. The thought of throwing away sooo many diapers was overwhelming!
We were all screeching when I found a recycling center in our area! My girls enjoy putting the recycles in the bins and CD just makes sense to them!

Anonymous said...

I'm going to teach my kids to be aware when they are throwing anything away, and help them learn to think about deciding to reuse something, recycle it, or toss it. Cloth diapering can be second nature for them, just like recycling cardboard and paper is for me due to my "Recycle, Reduce, Reuse" elementary school training. :)

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Amanda said...

Commented on "My girls and her dolls"

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Amanda said...

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Amanda said...

When we have baby # DD will probably be about 3 (she is 17 mo. now & we plan on trying in December) So, at that age she will be much more aware of the diapers that I'm putting on the new baby. I will even let her pick out colors for the baby to wear.

Kristen said...

I left an extra comment on "My girls and her dolls". Thanks ;)!

Melissa said...

I would like to make cloth diapers for my little girl's dolls when she is old enough to have dolls.

Melissa said...

commented on "My little girls and their dolls" Langems@gmail.com

Melissa said...

My preschooler helps me sort the clean diapers and put them away. He also knows that they are better for our skin than the diapers we throw away.

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Erika said...

I commented on "my girls and thier dolls."

michelle said...

I am a fan.

michelle said...

I am a follower.

michelle said...

I am a subscriber.

michelle said...

We mostly just show by example right now, since our kids are quite young yet. My son loves to pick our which color diaper I should use for my baby and "help" as much as he can.

michelle said...

I am a fan.
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michelle said...

I am a follower.
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michelle said...

I am a subscriber.
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Sara in Seattle said...

Even at 7 months old, Grace is already starting to be active in the laundering process. She loves to "help" by pushing over my stacks of diapers as I launder them. Before too long I'll be able to teach her that her cloth diapers are "special" and different than disposables.

EdenSky said...

commented on my girls and her dolls

EdenSky said...

I teach my daughters about cloth by refusing to buy refill diapers for Baby Alive!

Jess said...

I commented in the girls & dolls post

Jess said...

I let the 2 that wear cloth pullups at night choose their own & one stuffs his own

Katrina said...

I left a comment on My girls and their dolls

Katrina said...

My boys are too young to really understand the advantage of cloth diapers. My oldest is almost three, and does know that I use cloth - he loves to choose which diaper I put on his little brother at changing time.

Katrina said...

This is an extra comment from yesterday...I never got a chance to post them yesterday.

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Katrina said...

This is an extra comment from yesterday...I never got a chance to post them yesterday.

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Katrina said...

This is an extra comment from yesterday...I never got a chance to post them yesterday.

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Angela said...

I forgot to leave these yeasterday for posting yesterday... Post one.

get your kids in on it-my 2yo love folding wipes.

Angela said...

post two... let them pick out what diaper they want, my six month old and 2 yo love doing this.

Angela said...

post three... have fun with it... they will like it then.

Amy said...

My older son helped pick out the color of his little bro's dipes when we ordered them to help him feel involved.

team krasean said...

We try to talk to our children about why we use cloth diapers. And, in general, teach them about creating less waste, recycling, etc. I'm getting some good ideas about having the kids help with putting them together, away in drawers, etc. from other responses! It's great!

Amy said...

commented on "my girls & their dolls"

Sheezwhiz said...

I posted on "EXTRA comments for Week 19's giveaway! *** UPDATED ***"

Sheezwhiz said...

I posted on "EXTRA comments for Week 19's giveaway! *** UPDATED ***"

Sheezwhiz said...

I posted on "EXTRA comments for Week 19's giveaway! *** UPDATED ***"

Sheezwhiz said...

I commented on "My girls and her dolls"

Beloved Daughter said...

I let my daughter play with her diapers. Even if it means they don't get put back quite as neatly as I like. I like her to think of them as fun.

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Beloved Daughter said...

I am a follower

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the momma said...

I let my daughters pick out which diapers they will wear for naps and bedtime (they are both PT during the day! Wahoo!) and when DD#3 is born in a few weeks, I'll let them help me pick out her diapers - and change them if they want to! (Certainly not going to say no to someone else changing a diaper around here!) They love their soft diapers- and they see their momma talk them up everywhere we go and to everyone we know! Teaching by walking the walk and talking the talk... no better way!

Christy@pipandsqueak said...

My older daughter sees me changing my younger daughter's diaper. We use mostly cloth with some disposable and she knows the difference. I think that the doll diapers are so cute and they would help teach her too.

Christy@pipandsqueak said...

I am a follower.

Upstatemomof3 said...

I commented on "Product Focus: Sew in Love Doll Diapers"

Upstatemomof3 said...

Additionally my son helps me fold the diapers. I think this helps it be very prominent in his mind that we use cloth.

Kristen said...

I love how the doll diapers help kids learn "hands on" about cloth diapers! I think it's a great way to teach about cloth!

Erika said...

I commented on Sew In Love.

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Kristen said...

I commented on "Product focus: Sew in Love Doll Diapers."

Erika said...

I'm going to go get some cloth doll diapers. My girls ofcourse want to diaper their babies and usually end up using disposables, which totally wastes them as the sticky wears out quickly. They would be great for teaching them about cloth.

ireland 241 at adelphia dot net

Melissa said...

My preschooler has been really interested in our recent switch to cloth diapers. He asks questions about them all the time and enjoys helping me when the diaper laundry is finished washing/drying. While he doesn't really play with dolls, I look forward to playing dolls with my almost 1 year old girl.

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Erika said...

i commented on the "product focus". cute product :) i can't wait for my baby girl to arrive.

Erika said...

we are teaching our son about the environment and the benefits of cloth diapers. it's just the "right" thing to do.
in fact, i bought ONE package of 7th generation (for when the baby is just born- i know, i know!!) and he totally questioned me as to why i would buy those since they "aren't any good"!!! oops.

one day in the life of me said...

Commented on, "Product Focus, Sew in Love."

Carol said...

I commented on "My Girls and Her Dolls."

Amanda said...

Commented on "Product Focus: Sew in Love Doll Diapers"

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Angela said...

commented on: "Product Focus: Sew in Love Doll Diapers"

Angela said...

I get my kids involved and let them pick out diapers and help fold wipes and stuff diapers:)

Amanda said...

I came read my blog post, and then forgot to comment yesterday! OOPS! Guess I'll get in today!

I love teaching my girls about CDing.

Amanda said...

I've added the button! FINALLY! Couldn't get it to work before!

Maggie said...

My son and I have been diapering his stuffed animals as we wait for his sister to be born.

Maggie said...

I left a comment on "Product Focus: Sew in Love Doll Diapers"

angelina said...

i commented today on "doll diapers"

Sara in Seattle said...

posted on "sew in love product focus"

Sara in Seattle said...

extra comment for remembering on Saturday!

Sara in Seattle said...

extra comment #2 for remembering to post on Saturday

Sara in Seattle said...

extra comment #3 for remembering Saturday. yay!

Sara in Seattle said...

another way I plan to help teach my daughter about cloth diapers is that when we have another little one come along, when we do diaper changes I can teach her about all the different cloth diapers we use as we diaper her little brother or sister

Sara in Seattle said...

commented on "my girls and her dolls"

Kristin said...

My daughter loves to "change" her babies - play cloth diapers are infinitely sturdier and easier to play with than disposable!!

TheOGMamaBear said...

I commented on ""Product Focus: Sew in Love Doll Diapers."

Suzy said...

I commented on "Product Focus SewinLove Doll Diaper

TheOGMamaBear said...

These are so adorable! I'd love to let Lilian play with them! Hopefully I win! She breastfeeds her dolls, so it would be nice if she could cloth diaper them too.

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