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Fluff Friday:
1-Little-to-Big Beetle Organic Wool Diaper Cover Aplix Willow Green
1-Little-to-Big Beetle Organic Velour Diaper


What to do? Simply leave a comment telling us: What other organic baby products (brand/type) have you tried and do you think it was worth the extra money to invest in organic? You should leave your comment before Thursday, January 7th at 7pm EST. (You can only comment answering this question ONCE PER GIVEAWAY, NOT PER DAY.)

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  12. Leave a product review at Kelly's Closet and return to the blog and comment which product you reviewed.
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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, January 8th. It is the responsibility of the winner to contact us to claim their prize.

Who can participate?
US Residents are welcome!

Important note about the winner:
If we haven't heard from the winner by the closing time of next week's giveaway, we will choose another winner that will be published TOGETHER with next week's winner.

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 than a friend of yours!!

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Mama Goose said...

I have not tried organic diapers, but would love to hear of others' experiences and if it is worth it.

Audrey Zohner said...

If I have documentation of the organic status of a product, then I am all for it. I make my own soap, shampoo, lip balm and lotion. I also make my own bread and cook pretty much everything from scratch. I like knowing exactly what is in my food/beauty products. There's no reason to buy something in the store when you can make it yourself.

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Drew said...

I often buy organic cotton clothes (various brands) because cotton is so heavily sprayed with pesticides. I don't think it makes a huge difference on our bodies, but it does make a huge difference to the environment, so I will continue to purchase organic cotton when possible.

Megan said...

I have some Imse Vimse organic covers, and they are super soft. I don't know if it's because they are organic or not, but I really like them.

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Danielle said...

I have not tried any of the organic diapers yet, but I will always try anything once! I'd love to win them!

Danielle said...

I am a facebook fan

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romans mom said...

I am a devoted blog follower.

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romans mom said...

I have bought many organic bumgenius all in ones, and they were not worth they extra money in my opinion.

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Christina said...

I haven't tried any organic diapers yet, because we currently have what we need and are a bit short on cash. However, the next time I purchase pre-folds I would love to invest in organic cotton or hemp to see if there is any difference.

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Carly said...

I have tried the earths Best Organic baby food,and when I do not make my own that is what I buy! I also think the price differance is worth it.

Jess said...

I have a few outfits for my girls that are organic (one is Walmart brand so I'm not sure if it is really organic). The way I feel is that if in some way the product makes my girls safer then I have no problem paying a little extra.

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Owen's Mom said...

I have one bumGenuis organic one size diaper. I like it. I would love the chance to try other organic diapering options tool.

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Shannon (Coupon Mommy Of 2) said...

I have not tried any organic diapers either!

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Kristen & Cliff said...

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Kristen & Cliff said...

I haven't tried many organic baby products...they were not that "big" when we had our oldest two, but I am interested in using some with this baby.

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fancygrlnancy said...

I have 1 organicly hatched fitted and I loved it until the elastic streched out. I am sad that happend. I will have to see if my mom can fix it. SHe is much better at sewing. I won it on a blog.. don't think I would have been able to spend $30 on 1 diaper. Not sure how worth it that it is, but it is real nice. I have never tried the Little to big beetle, but would love to try them.

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Kayla said...

I haven't tried any organic products yet because I'm not sure if the extra cost is worth it. I look forward to reading other posts to see what people have to say about this!

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eidolons said...

I want to say that I've used organic. But now that I've looked, I can't say for certain that they are. I do try to use as much hemp and bamboo as possible, but that doesn't always mean organic. So, possibly Babykicks, Monkey Snuggles, Imse Vimse, and Tiny Tush.

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skgaff said...

I've tried BG Organic AIOs and I definitely think it is worth the money--they are my fave dipe!

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Jennifer said...

I don't have any organic diapers, but I usually buy organic baby food. I think that especially while they are developing, it is best to have as few chemical contaminants as possible. I also use organic baby wash/shampoo.

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bethy said...

i have the gro baby system, i like to buy organic whenever i can, for my child and for the enviornment

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erin, maker of chimes said...

my little one will not be here until July, so I'm only in the researching phase of organic things for baby. i'm loving what i'm learning about the diapers and slings so far though

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Katherine said...

I have several fitteds made from OBV. I'm not sure whether they are better because they are organic, but I do love how they feel and fit. We also buy organic baby food and fruits and veggies when available and affordable.

Katherine said...

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Esther said...

I look forward to using organic diapers and covers, but I haven't used any yet.

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Madeline said...

I've only tried organic foods and some organic soap samples. I think the food is definitely worth it. I'm still on the fence about the soaps.

Ruth said...

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Ruth said...

I've used Indian prefolds, Chinese prefolds, some circa 1980 prefolds I got from my MIL, and Mother-ease fitted all were given to me used. None of them have been organic so I'll be interested to see what others have to say.

Wade&Sarah said...

I have not tried any cloth diapers yet as I am 8 months preg. I am interested in organics and have tried other products would be interested in trying these diapers!

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Milo's Creations said...

I have never tried any organic diapers. However I am sure they are worth the money.

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Big Mama said...

I have never tried an organic diaper.. unless goodmama's are organic...

I would love to try them though!

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nault's nook said...

I have the Imse Vimse organic contours, and I also use Earths Best organic baby food. I try to buy organic as much as possible. And yes, it is worth the extra money!

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Brie said...

I've tried grobaby, but it gave my baby a rash for some reason. But I love other organic products.

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escatellier said...

Love organics! I particularly love Earth's Best Body Wash for babies and bumGenius organic pocket diapers. I was given a stash of diapers for my baby shower!

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Michelle said...

I use Ecobaby Organics fitted diapers. I was fortunate enough to be given like 2 dozen of them with doublers (second hand, but lucky nonetheless!) I love them! I'm not sure I could have justified spending that kind of money on something that my son would be pooing in, but since they were free, it was wonderful! For other organic baby things, my son's entire crib set is orgaic. It is the Bunny Meadow collection from Babies R Us. I ran a rabbit rescue and it was just a bonus that the nursery was rabbit themed, AND organic! It was also very wallet friendly :) I will continue to try and buy organic when I can, unfortunately, it is often much more expensive, but it is best for the environment!

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Katrina P. said...

I have one Little Beetle fitted (LOVE it!!!) and I have one organic Gro Baby AI2. Love the feel of both and feel great about using fewer chemicals on the earth and on baby's skin!

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patty-leigh said...

i bought a swaddlebees econappi... it was pricy but i liked it because it was very absorbent and the fit was great. the only problem was that the PUL wore out quickly.

Sarahjenne said...

I like to feed my baby organic food, both fresh and jarred.

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Sarahjenne said...

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Sarahjenne said...

I reviewed the Aristocrats Wool Soaker.

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Arizona Girl said...

We've done a lot of different bamboo inserts. I don't do fluffy because of the environment, so to pay a lot more so items that are "better" for the environment doesn't appeal to me.

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Secret Mommy said...

I just adore Earth Mama Angel Baby products for my sons and I. I think they are definitely worth the extra money. I also buy almost all organic produce and use Biokleen household cleaners to reduce the toxicity of our household cleaners.

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Sarah said...

I have used some organic prefolds. They seem to be more absorbant and they are definitely softer. I love using them and always go through them first.

Tara said...

Due in Feb, so haven't tried any organic baby products yet. Any recommendations would be great!

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zerbert said...

The organic diapers I have are motherease, swaddlebees, clovers, dream eze, grobaby, bumgenius organic. I totally think it's worth it to spend more for organic, I feel like I'm doing one more extra little thing to help the earth.

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Jannette Malone said...

I have not tried any organic diapers. They seam expensive but I'd be willing to use orgnaic if I could aford to.

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Joy said...

I used Imse Vimse organic covers, but didn't like them as well as my Bummis covers. BUT I LOVE my organic Swaddlebee pocket diaper, and I love
love love my organic Bumgenius AIO. If the construction of the diaper is solid, paying the extra money for organic is completely worth it. Especially the peace of mind knowing that there are no pesticides rubbing against my baby's skin (cotton is known to be loaded with pesticides if it's not organic.)

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FordeFam said...

I've never tried organic, but would love to know the difference!!! :)

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Ben, Gena, and Baby Bennett said...

The only thing organic that we have used and noticed a difference is carrot baby food! My son broke out with regular carrot baby food, but not the organics!

Megan said...

I only have one organic cover and I really like it. Not sure if I would pay extra just for organic though.

Jut and Chris said...

I have a couple of bamboo diapers and a hemp diaper. I have some organic covers (wool and cotton) also. I think minimizing our kids exposure to chemicals is important, but I also just love the diapers! ;-)

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Heather said...

I haven't tried any other organics.

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Mindy said...

I have a few organic cloth diapers that I really like. I am interested in knowing more about organic baby products because I've been reading a lot recently about the harmful affects of other ingredients in baby products.

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Kim Day said...

Part of my stash is the Gro Baby system, so those soakers are organic. I like them, but they definitely leave more moisture on my son's skin than my pocket diapers that aren't organic materials.

Jen said...

I have not used any organic cloth diapers but I would love to try some! :)

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Delanea said...

I have several different brands of organic diapers - GroBaby, DreamEze fitteds, Swaddlebees organic velour fitteds and Econappi, to name a few. I only buy organic beauty and cleaning products. Bubble and Bee have a wonderful line of lotion sticks, lip balm, and organic deodorant. Real Purity and Lauren Brooke have natural/organic makeup options. We love Dr Bronners castile soaps, too. We use soap nuts, which are not organic, but that's about as close as you're going to get. We get enough chemicals in our everyday lives, so I find that it is worth paying the extra money for organic. Oftentimes I am also supporting small and local businesses as well (and organic farms), which is good for everyone.

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Joceline said...

We use lots of organic cosmetics-soap, lotion, etc. and I notice a big difference in everyone's skin (we are all very prone to eczema).

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jdeemarie said...

I have only purchased two organic diapering items, a GroBaby with an organic cotton soaker and organic cotton fleece that I made prefolds from. The prefolds are so incredibly absorbant that I've stopped using them as prefolds and instead use them as inserts in our nighttime diapers. The GroBaby inserts, on the other hand, don't have enough absorbancy to last even half of the night. If I knew that the organic status of a product made it perform better than I would buy it, otherwise it probably wouldn't be worth the extra money.

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Owen's Mom said...

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Kim said...

I have purchased organic prefolds and I definitely think they were worth the extra money because they are so much softer!

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