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Stock up on some cloth diaper fluff with our Super Bowl Coupons!

2 coupons to choose from at any of our stores!

Take $7 off an order of $120 or more with discount code TOUCHDOWN

Take $3 off an order of $60 or more with discount code FIELDGOAL

Sorry, no previous or pending orders discounted. No exceptions. Limit 1 code per order. Limit 1 use per coupon. Valid 2/6 & 2/7 only.
Remember- Free shipping on orders $49 or more at our flagship store, Kelly's Closet, with over 400+ items to choose from.
Free shipping on ANY SIZE order at our sister stores!
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Super Bowl Coupon Savings- Valid 2/6 & 2/7

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A big thank you to Kim of Rockin' Green for sponsoring our Fluff Friday 65! Stay tuned for a great blog & video post about Rockin' Green next week.

Fluff Friday:
2 bags of Rockin' Green Cloth Diaper Detergent

Visit our Rockin' Green product page and let us know what scent you would like to try (or have tried) AND if you could create a scent what would it be. Your comment MUST have both the scent you would like to try AND a suggestion of a new scent in the same comment. You should leave your comment before Thursday, February 11th at 7pm EST. (You can only comment ONCE PER GIVEAWAY, NOT PER DAY.)

Other ways to enter:
  1. Become a follower of Rockin' Green on twitter. Come back to the blog and comment to let us know you are following Rockin'Green AND put your twitter id.
  2. Become a fan of Rockin' Green on Facebook. Come back and comment that you are now Rockin' Green facebook fan.
  3. Being a follower 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.
  4. 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 in other posts pays off!!!
  5. Fluff FridayAdvertising the giveaway in a forum or other blog gives you ONE extra comment PER GIVEAWAY, NOT PER DAY. Simply post a comment saying that you are a advertising and where.
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  7. Being a fan of our Facebook group gives you one extra comment PER GIVEAWAY, NOT PER DAY. Simply post a comment saying that you are a Facebook fan.
  8. Being a follower on Twitter gives you one extra comment PER GIVEAWAY, NOT PER DAY. Simply post a comment saying that you are a follower and your Twitter ID.
  9. One entry for signing up for our newsletter at Kelly's Closet. Post a comment when you sign up or if you are already signed up.
  10. Tweet @diapershops fluff friday @rockingreensoap #clothdiapers giveaway Enter at . Then come back and comment that you tweeted.
  11. Tweet any unique tweet with @diapershops #clothdiapers. Cut and paste your tweet and post as a comment. You can get 1 entry for EVERY unique tweet!
  12. Being an affiliate of Kelly's Closet. Please post your affiliate id in your comment.
  13. Place an order at any DiaperShops store between 2/5-2/11. Post your order # and order date in the comments.
  14. Leave a product review at Kelly's Closet and return to the blog and comment which product you reviewed.
Have questions?? Visit our FAQ's.

We will draw one winner randomly with an "Online Number Generator" and will make a post with the winner on Friday, February 12th. 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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Fluff Friday 65

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This week's Fluff Friday winner is: eidolons!

She will receive:
2 - BabyKicks One Size Bumboo Diapers with Joey Bunz insert

CONGRATULATIONS!!!!!! Please, contact us ASAP so we can get your winnings out to you!!!
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Fluff Friday 64 Winner!

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When I first informed my family I would be using cloth diapers on my daughter, they were all very supportive. My mom even drove more than 2 hours with me to the closest brick and mortar store which carries cloth diapers so I could check them out in person before deciding to buy. When my daughter was a newborn, we used mainly Kissavlus Fitted Diapers in Size 0 with Thirsties Diaper Covers during the day and bumGenius One Size 3.0 pocket diapers at night.

As soon as I put that first cloth diaper on her, I was hooked, as was my husband. My parents were equally impressed and we couldn't get enough of her cute, fluffy butt! We had no issues with leaks, blow-outs, etc. and couldn't believe how easy they were to use. However, that hasn't always been the case for Kendall's other caretakers - my mom and daycare!

A few months after my daughter was born, my husband and I decided it was time for a date night. My parents came over to baby-sit (certainly not a chore in their minds!). We laid out all the cloth diapering supplies, instructed my mom in which diapers to use when and left. When I arrived home that evening, my daughter was sleeping soundly in her crib. My parents said they'd had no issues with diapers or otherwise and went home. Little did I know what I would find when she woke up later that night.

When Kendall awoke for her early morning feeding, I laid her on the changing table and unsnapped her pajamas. Her bumGenius diaper looked a little larger than usual, and I noticed the velcro tabs weren't quite as tight as I normally put them. I was surprised there weren't any leaks, as her legs were still pretty skinny and she was only about 10 pounds, but when I opened the tabs, I discovered my mom had inadvertently used the bumGenius pocket diaper as a diaper cover over the Kissaluvs Fitted diaper! Not only that, but the Kissaluvs fitted was on inside out! No wonder there were no leaks; she was certainly protected! How my mom was able to get the Kissaluvs fitted snapped on the inside is a mystery to me! My husband and I got a good laugh.

Eventually I went back to work when Kendall was 3 months old. We were fortunate to find a daycare that would continue to cloth diaper her. During her first week, there was a bit of a learning curve with the diapers, and each night I couldn't wait to see what would happen next with the diapers. Usually the diapers are just on a bit looser than I would prefer, but one night, Kendall's bottom felt a little funny - it turns out, her diaper was on backward! How they managed to get her bumGenius diapers fastened in the back on a wiggly 3-month old, I'll never know!

After some careful guidance for Kendall's grandmother and daycare providers, we haven't had any other wacky diaper applications. However, with each misstep, we've never had a leak! Now, if only I could get the diapers to wash themselves....

By Elisabeth M.
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Cloth Diapering Gone Awry

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On 9/9/09, my daughter was born. She weighed a whopping 9 pounds and 5 ounces and as her slimy, beautiful little body was placed on my belly, my world changed forever. When a friend came to visit us in the hospital bearing the kind gift of three one size bumGenius One Size 3.0 cloth diapers, my diapering philosophy was also irrevocably changed.

The thing is, I had the intention to cloth diaper while I was expecting – I intended on using prefolds because I didn’t know that there were any other options. Then, I talked to a friend of mine who was using FuzziBunz; they sounded so cool I had to look them up online for myself. WOAH! I couldn’t imagine myself shelling out $15-$20 per diaper—especially since the reason I wanted to cloth diaper in the first place was so I could save money.

I resigned myself to stick with Gerber prefolds and rubber pants I could find at Wal-Mart, Target, and BabiesRUs, although I was less inclined to use them after seeing how much cloth diapering had changed. However, I just couldn’t bring myself to buy them. I registered for some Kushies but unfortunately no one bought them for me and I knew my husband and I would never be able to shell out that amount of cash at one time on our own.

Thankfully my friend walked into our hospital room bearing the gift of three, adorably amazing diapers (along with a special coupon), and I was hooked. Seriously, it was the one of the best baby gifts I received, and that’s after four—no seriously, four baby showers.

My daughter was big baby, as mentioned above, so my bumGenius diapers fit her right away—though the rise was a little high. As soon as her umbilical cord fell off I started using all three of her cloth diapers. I loved them so much I’d wash them twice a day just so I could use them more. Obviously, though, full time cloth diapering wasn’t an option at this time. What I discovered, though, was it wasn’t necessary to shell out the big bucks for these amazing diapers all at once. Sure, $13-18 a diaper seems steep when you look at all the diapers a baby needs at once, but if you take small bites out of that chunk just a little bit at a time, it really isn’t that bad; and that’s what we did.

With each paycheck, we bought 1-3 diapers. At first, I was unaware of all the different types of diapers that were out there. I was only aware of one website that had bumGenius diapers - so I gradually bought all of their great colors. One day, as I was online, I decided to do a Google search for “cloth diapers.”

I was delighted to find the Smartipants One Size diapers for only $14.95 each. I bought a 3-pack, bringing the price down to only $13 each. I wanted to pay it forward, so I kept two of those diapers and set one aside for a friend of mine who was expecting and interested in cloth diapering. I didn’t know what kind of diaper she’d prefer, so I went ahead and bought her a bumGenius and a Happy Heinys One Size diaper as well the next time I made my orders so that she’d have three different diapers to try. Once I touched the Happy Heinys for myself and saw how stinkin’ adorable they are, I had to have some for my daughter, so I bought a couple of them with my next paycheck.

I finally discovered websites like Kelly’s Closet that offered tons of different types of diapers; searching through these sites to find the perfect cloth diaper for my family became an obsession. I now have a stash of 24 one-size pocket diapers (26 once my recent order arrives) including many different brands such as Haute Pockets, Knickernappies, Gro Baby (which I thankfully won from Kelly’s Closet), FuzziBunz, Tweedlebugs, Rocky Mountain and even some Indian prefolds (which I have yet to master). And yes, I have found the perfect diaper to suit my needs. I absolutely adore the FuzziBunz One Size diaper because of its durability and great—no I mean great—fit.

It’s funny. Originally my husband and I never intended to cloth diaper fulltime. We fully intended on using disposables outside of the house. However, with the purchase of a small wet bag, I discovered cloth diapering while outside of the home is surprisingly easy! I’ve even gone so far as to make my own baby wipes—double sided flannel wipes stitched together with a zigzag stitch that work better than any disposable (see The Cloth Diaper Whisperer Tutorial for DIY Wipes). I wet the wipes with wipe solution I make from wipe cubes I bought online. After I made some for myself, I sent a couple of these homemade wipes to two friends who cloth diaper.

To make a long story short, our Diaper Genie is officially retired and gathering dust in the basement, and it’s been weeks since my daughter donned a disposable. To tell you the truth, my husband and I have never wasted a dime on disposable diapers ourselves. The ones we have are still left over from my baby showers! And as for the $6+ I was spending on wipes every week? That money is now saved for better purposes as well. Our daughter is happily diapered in cloth diapers all the time, and we’re so pleased that she has the best material imaginable next to her sensitive skin. I’m sold on cloth diapers 100% and I will never go back!

My aforementioned friend had her baby and is also cloth diapering with a preference of Indian unbleached prefolds and some Thirsties Diaper Covers. Cloth diapers are truly the gift that keeps on giving. I’m certainly glad someone thought to give some to me!

By Rebecca G.
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The Gift of Cloth Diapering

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We had to post this exciting news right away! If you haven't been over to Kim's Dirty Diaper Laundry blog in awhile today is the day to head on over. Kim just posted about "Operation Fluffy Bomb".

"..Have you dreamed about seeing beautiful fluffies on a major television show? Yes, they have been on a few morning shows, local and nationwide. But who is up that early?!?!
How many of you watch The Ellen Show? I do. I stay at home with my son, and I watch it whenever I can. My son, 14 months, loves it and claps when the audience claps and dances when the music plays!
Today I decided we need to campaign to have Ellen feature cloth diapers! Now, I need your help..."- Kim Rosas

We know the cloth diaper community is big - let's help Kim get cloth diapers the attention they deserve.

Also, head on over to our face book fan page to find out how to enter to win a $250 gift certificate to any of our Diaper Shops stores by getting involved with Operation Fluffy Bomb.

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Find out how you can help to get cloth diapers on The Ellen Show!

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When I found out I was pregnant, I began thinking about cloth diapers. I don’t remember why, but I thought I wanted to use them. After briefly considering FuzziBunz, we decided on prefolds because they were cheapest option and we could use them to stuff pockets, should we ever decide to go that route. We bought 24 infant prefolds and 4 X-Small Thirsties diaper covers.

We started cloth diapering when our daughter was 1 month old. We would have used cloth sooner - but we moved when she was only 11 days old; disposables were much simpler for that first month with all the transitions). I loved not having to buy disposables all the time, as we did the first month. We have since moved on to the premium sized prefolds and we’re already in Medium sized Thirsties diaper covers now!

In March 2009, I won the How Green Are You? contest from The Cloth Diaper Whisperer - and won a Limited Edition Fleece bumGenius One Size 3.0 pocket diaper in Ribbit Green, a bumGenius All-in-One One Size diaper with snaps in Grasshopper Green, a Blueberry Deluxe One Size diaper with Aplix in Green Diaper, and a pair of bumGenius Babylegs in Sweet Greens. I like the one size diapers because they always fit. I have had pilling issues with the fleece diapers because I wash them with my prefolds, however, they still hold in the mess!

I continued entering cloth diaper giveaways at The Cloth Diaper Whisperer and was surprised to discover I won again in October 2009; a Baby Beehinds One Size Hemp Diaper, a Baby Beehinds One Size Bamboo Diaper, and Baby Beehinds Wool Cover. I love these for overnight because they are much trimmer than doubling up on prefolds or even a fully stuffed pocket diaper. I’m slowly using fewer inserts to see just how trim I can get it without leaking.

Since receiving my pocket diapers, my husband has told me that he’d help out with changing diapers more if we had more of “those that go on like ‘regular’ (disposable) diapers.” My sister loved using the pocket diapers when we were home for Thanksgiving. In her words, she called them “cheater diapers” and said she might consider cloth diapers when she has kids, now that she’s tried more than just my prefolds!

In total, we’ve spent a little over $450 on cloth and only $175 on disposable in the last 19 months since my daughter was born. Considering we won't have to spend much more on cloth for another baby, I'd say it's well worth the investment, both the time entering giveaways and the money spent!

By Heather R.
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A Good Investment

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Introducing BabyKicks One Size Bumboo Diaper at DiaperShops!

The wonderful BabyKicks Bumboo Pocket Diaper is a one-size diaper that is incredible trim and thin. It features luxurious inner lining which ensures only the softest fibers touch baby’s most sensitive areas. The innovative micro fleece barrier design prevents wicking to the outside and special fleece leg air gussets stop leaks and hold messes in while allowing airflow to help prevent diaper rash.

No blow-outs or inserts hanging out of the back of this diaper due to the front stuffing pocket. Side snap closures are long lasting, user friendly and prevent wing-droop. Colorful snaps look cute and can function as intuitive, color coded sizing guide (if you choose the multi-colored snap option). No cover required due to our super soft breathable waterproof outer shell. The BabyKicks One Size Bumboo Pocket is sure to quickly become a favorite in your diaper stash. Unbeatable quality and value and includes a FREE BabyKicks Joey Bunz Hemp Insert.
To celebrate the launch of the BabyKicks One Size Bumboo BabyKicks is hosting a $1000 Monster Giveaway. Click here for more details.

DiaperShops is proud to partner with BabyKicks to bring you their new One Size Bumboo Pocket! Head over to Fluff Friday 64 to enter to win 2-BabyKicks One Size Bumboo's!

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Introducing BabyKicks One Size Bumboo Diaper at DiaperShops!

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As you know, Kelly’s Closet is very active in social mediums – after all, you’re reading this blog post so might be a fan of our blog already. Did you know that we reward those of our customers who engage with us on Facebook, Twitter and our eNewsletters too?
Here’s a little information about some of the ways our friends, followers and fans are rewarded!
Our Facebook fans and Twitter followers are the first to learn about:

* New merchandise arrivals and restocked inventory
* Fluff Friday blog contest and winner announcements
* Current specials and active coupon codes
* Exclusive Facebook-only contests
* Breaking news in the cloth diapering world

Sign-up for our eNewsletter

We send out weekly emails that include our specials for the week and any exclusive offers too!
Our monthly newsletter features interesting articles, exceptional cloth diapering moms, and other useful news and information about Kelly’s Closet and the cloth diapering industry at large.

What have we given away?
In case you were wondering, we are committed to rewarding our loyal customers with fun contests and prizes. Here’s an example of some of the stuff we’ve given away over the years:
* Monthly cloth diaper giveaways worth hundreds of dollars each!
* Two Wii Fit consoles
* Flip Video Recorder
* Gift Certificates to Kelly’s Closet and our other Diaper Shops stores
* and so much more!
Please join in on the online discussions. We look forward to “seeing” you there!
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We Reward Active Friends, Followers and Fans of Kelly’s Closet

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