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Weekend Super Saver Coupon

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Fluff Friday:
1-Flip One-Size Stay Dry Diaper System
1-Flip Disposable Inserts 18pk
1-Econobum One-Size Diaper System

Question of the week:
Do you think it is a good idea for cloth diaper manufacturer's to come up with bio-degradable/disposable components that are compatible with their cloth diapers? (please leave constructive comments only-inflammatory comments will not be approved) Leave your comment before Thursday, April 29th at 7pm EST. (You can only answer the question ONCE PER GIVEAWAY, NOT PER DAY.)

Other ways to enter:

  1. Head on over to our Facebook Fan page and leave a comment one of the posts in the 'Discussion tab'. Come back here and comment which post you commented on.
  2. Follow Flip Diapers on twitter ( . Come back and post a comment that you are a follower of Flip Diapers.
  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!!! You must have your Blogger profile accessible to be selected as a winner.
  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.
  6. Using our button on your blog (or starting to) gives you one extra comment PER GIVEAWAY, NOT PER DAY. Simply post a comment saying that you are using it and where.
  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@flipdiapers @econobum #clothdiapers giveaway Enter at Then come back and comment that you tweeted AND the exact tweet (not tweet id status).
  11. Tweet any unique tweet with @diapershops #clothdiapers. Cut and paste your tweet (not tweet id status) 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 4/23-4/29. 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.
  15. Start a thread about our giveaway or comment on a thread that is about or giveaway on any chat room (,, etc) . Post the name of the thread AND the url of your comment.
  16. You must have your Blogger profile

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, April 30th. 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 76

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This week's Fluff Friday winner is: Jill!
She will receive: 2-Smartipants One-Size Cloth Diapers (with inserts) in Cocoa Bean color

Facebook Winner:
Julie Norton Dotson

Wins a $100 gift certificate to the of her choice (Giveaway because we reached 4700 followers!)

CONGRATULATIONS!!!!!! Please, contact us ASAP so we can get your winnings out to you!!!
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Fluff Friday 75 PLUS Facebook Winner

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15% off store wide on Earth Day

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The Cloth Diaper Foundation, Inc. will be kicking off their Earth Day/Mother's Day festivities by hosting a Green Mama Benefit Auction Fundraiser to help with the overall costs of the nonprofit organization's day to day function. Last year alone, the organization helped put over 450 babies in cloth diapers with the help of their donors and supporters. This year, they look to increase the number of families they assist, and they've already sent out diapers for more than 125 babies!
The volunteers and staff at CDF is excited to announce that they will be auctioning off an AUTOGRAPHED, Limited Edition, Kourtney Kardashian, Belly Bandit. This particular item will be a month long auction, ending on May 22.

The Belly Bandit® is an abdominal compression binder designed to help you get your body back to its former fabulousness post childbirth.

Who knew it could be so easy?
Smart women around the world that’s who! The binding of a woman’s abdomen post delivery has been used therapeutically for centuries all over the globe. Increased and constant pressure against the abdominal area has many benefits. It has been known to help flatten the belly and redefine the waistline while helping you keep your back straight, thus minimizing associated pain and fatigue.

This is simply a breathable and comfy exclusively tailored abdominal wrap to assist your body in regaining its former beauty and shape. The Belly Bandit® provides strong support to help relieve discomfort and give you that extra boost of confidence you deserve after childbirth. Our smooth lightweight construction is designed to be worn comfortably under all of your clothes and our tagless design won’t irritate your skin.

Please take a peak at the Green Mama Benefit Auction Fundraiser featuring the Kourtney Kardashian signed Belly Bandit, a GoodMama One Size Serged Fitted Diaper in exclusive Sassy Print donated by, numerous diapers donated by cloth diaper manufacturers, as well as other diaper products by other retailers.

The Cloth Diaper Foundation, Inc., a nonprofit organization, was founded as Miracle Diapers in Oregon in January of 2005 to fill a need. There were many families who wanted to cloth diaper their children for health, economical, and environmental reasons but could not due to financial restrictions. After an overwhelming response, two more chapters were opened by the end of that year. With the same great goals in mind, our fifth anniversary as cloth diapering charity brought about a complete overhaul and makeover of the Foundation from management to practices all to better serve our recipients and the cloth diapering community nationwide. Everyone here at the Cloth Diaper Foundation looks forward to a brighter future for our charity and continuing to assist those in need with getting a jump start on cloth diapering.

Mission Statement
Our 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization is dedicated to helping qualifying families all over the United States get a jump start on cloth diapering. Cloth diapers are a more natural, healthy alternative to disposables that reduce overall waste, thereby helping the environment. As a supplementary program, it is not our wish to be a family’s sole source for cloth diapers; rather, we assist families while they build their own supply of diapers. We accept donations given by caring individuals and redistribute them to families in need.

Please join The Cloth Diaper Foundation as they celebrate Earth Month 2010 with this amazing benefit auction with more than 50 items to choose from, including the autographed Kourtney Kardashian, Limited Edition, Belly Bandit. For more information, visit or contact
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Green Mama Benefit Auction Fundraiser featuring Kourtney Kardashian signed Belly Bandit

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From April 15 to May 15, Knickernappies is sponsoring our 2nd Annual Photo Contest!

Submit your photo to Knickernappies’ Fan Photo page on Facebook and then spread the word to your friends! The photo that gets the most votes wins! We even provide a graphic that you can use on your blogs, websites, emails, etc, to spread the word and ask your friends to vote.

One grand prize winner will receive six Knickernappies 2G pocket diapers with your choice of inserts.

Five runner’s up will receive one Knickernappies 2G pocket diaper with your choice of insert!

Also, we’ll donate a matching prize package to The Cloth Diaper Foundation!

For full contest details, visit
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Win Big with Knickernappies 2nd Annual Photo Contest

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With everything going on at Kelly’s Closet this month…it being our birthday month and all!...we know you may not have had time to get your photos for the photo contest submitted. That’s why we are extended the deadline for a couple of days to make sure you all have a chance to get your cutie pics to us!! Please submit your photos by FRIDAY, APRIL 23 for consideration.

This month’s theme is “Nine,” so hurry up and send us a picture of your little one that somehow represents the number nine (the number of years Kelly’s Closet has been alive!). We want you to flex your creativity this month and show us what represents “Nine” to you. A cloth diaper must be in the picture. Please send your submissions to by Friday, April 23 (this FRIDAY!). The winner will be featured in the Kelly’s Closet May newsletter and possibly on the website!

*By submitting a photo, you authorize Kelly’s Closet to use the photo in the Kelly’s Closet newsletter, and The Cloth Diaper Whisperer blog.
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Cute Baby of the Cloth Photo Contest – Deadline Extended!

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Lately my oldest son, Ian, who will be 4 in April, has taken to helping me with the laundry. He likes to move the laundry from his washer (a cooler) to the dryer (a laundry basket) just like I do on laundry day…which just happens to be almost every day of the week in our house. Amazingly he even likes to help me put things away and actually does a pretty good job of it. Whereas it’s tougher for him to hang things up in the closet at his age, he’s just the right size to help me put away my fluff. He’s been watching me do this for almost two years now so he’s got the hang of it and even seems to understand my organization system.

Just last week I took my youngest son, Brendan, upstairs to change his diaper and took along a clean basket of fluff that I washed and stuffed the night before. I put the basket of clean diapers on a chair in Brendan’s room and proceeded to change his diaper. Ian then took it upon himself to help by putting the diapers away all by himself. He was half way through when he picked up a yellow FuzziBunz and recognized that it was on of his night time diapers. After he was finished putting away all of Brendan’s diapers, he then walked into his room to put away his diapers in a drawer with his pajamas. When did my little baby grow up to become such a big helper?

I often wonder if the boys will remember that I used cloth on them when they were babies. Will this lead them to support a cloth diaper routine someday when they are fathers? (I certainly hope so!) I really like to believe that cloth diapering will continue to grow in popularity and that one day it’s considered “the normal” way to diaper. When I look at how far cloth diapers have come in the past few years, I can’t begin to imagine what will come out in the next few years…makes me sad that we aren’t planning on any more babies that I can cloth diaper.
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Mommy’s Little Helper

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The BabyKicks Diaper Hunt continues with Week #3. Can you guess where Stephan, Otto, & Maya are located? Post your guess as a comment to this post (comments will not be approved until right before the winner is drawn). Follow the clues on BabyKicks Facebook Fan Page. (Complete description of the Diaper Hunt can be found in the narrative below the pictures.)Winner will be drawn by BabyKicks and posted on their Facebook Fan Page on Saturday, April 24th!
Join Stephan from BabyKicks on the first ever BabyKicks’ Easter Diaper Hunt featuring Otto and Maya. Throughout the month of April Stephan, Otto and Maya will be crisscrossing Europe to meet local retailers, part of the BabyKicks design team as well as run a Marathon (in preparation for an upcoming 60 mile Charity Race in which BabyKicks will be participating). To celebrate the holiday and the start of spring BabyKicks invites you to participate in our Easter Diaper Hunt that will be ongoing through the end of April.

Stephan will be traveling with the BabyKicks Bumboo Pocket Diaper and the BabyKicks Organic Fitted Diaper - which we nicknamed Otto and Maya respectively – throughout the journey.

Every Monday from April 5 to May 3 the trio will post pictures on the Cloth Diaper Whisperer of themselves in front of landmarks in well known cities in which they are hiding. In addition to the pictures they will post clues to their new hiding place on the BabyKicks Facebook page during the week. If you can find out where Stephan, Otto and Maya are you have a chance to win 1 of 6 BabyKicks Easter Bags! To enter the hunt, correctly guess the city, post the location on the Cloth Diaper Whisperer Blog and a random winner will be drawn.

There will be 6 prizes in total, one prize per week for 5 weeks and one LARGE prize when Stephan, Otto and Maya return from their ventures the first week of May. Each prize will be delivered in a unique hemp Easter Bag and is guaranteed to include at least 1 Bumboo Pocket Diaper. If you enter and don’t win, your name will automatically be entered into the next week’s drawing. Winners will be announced on the BabyKicks Facebook page. And, just like the traditional Easter eggs it’s a SURPRISE, so no peeking!

The promotion starts on Monday April 5, 2010. So get your basket ready because we’re going on an Easter Diaper Hunt!
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BabyKicks Diaper Hunt Continues- Week # 3

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One of our favorite manufacturers/diapers, Rump•a•rooz is receiving a deserved highlight in the press!

Golden, CO - March 23, 2010 –
In the heart of the recession, Kanga Care saw a 400% increase in their gross revenue growth in their 3rd year. This start-up company blossomed out of Julie Ekstrom's living room while she packed and shipped orders out of her garage. Just 3 years after the first sale of her hand made invention, the company has moved into a warehouse/showroom in Golden and has given jobs to 4 full time employees. Kanga Care now ships their signature product, the Rump•a•rooz® One-Size Cloth Diaper, around the world to over 28 different countries.

In a time where every penny counts, Kanga Care is saving families upwards of $3,500.00 per baby. The Rump•a•rooz® is a modern style cloth diaper that looks and functions just like a disposable diaper with the exception that it is re-usable. A popular parenting magazine reported that 43% of new parents are choosing cloth diapers for their family full time, 12% are cloth diapering part time.

Julie, the owner of Kanga Care and 30 year old mother to 3, invented the Rump•a•rooz for her daughter who was severely sensitive to the chemicals in disposable diapers. "This was never my intention, it just happened. I created a solution to help my newborn baby girl and soon found other families that needed the same solution. I've just done everything step by step to get where we are." Julie is expecting to receive notice sometime late 2010 on her patent pending application for the Rump•a•rooz® One-Size Cloth Diapers. You can read more about the product and company here.

Republished with permission from Rump•a•rooz
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Momprenuer, owner of Kanga Care LLC, invents new product that proves her company is recession-proof!

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Do you LOVE to chat about all things cloth or baby-related? If so, we’d love to hear from you. The Cloth Diaper Whisperer is currently looking for Guest Blogger posts! Here are the details:

Contact us by submitting a customer service request here.

In the subject line please be sure to write: Guest Blogger Request

We will email you a selection of our current topics to choose from as well as any specific deadlines.

We kindly request all submitted material be new and not previously posted elsewhere and all posts be accompanied by pictures!

Diaper Dollars™ Rewards points will be rewarded if we use/post your submission!

Thank you, in advance, for your participation!
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Calling all Guest Bloggers!

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“You should consider using cloth diapers.” This was the advice we got shortly after we received the diagnosis of severe hemophilia A, a genetic bleeding disorder, for our newborn son. The hemophilia nurse came to our hospital room to meet our new bundle of joy and to see how we were coping with the new diagnosis. Hemophilia is a bleeding disorder which prevents a person from forming normal blood clots. They do not bleed harder, but longer and internally into the joints and muscles. Since they also bruise quite easily, many hemophiliac boys wear knee and elbow pads and even helmets to prevent bruises or the internal bleeds that over time can permanently damage their joints. Nurse Jean suggested that we either double our son’s disposable diapers or use cloth diapers for the extra padding.

The idea of using two disposable diapers for each diaper change made my jaw drop. A baby can use over $1,000 worth of disposable diapers in the first year, and we were faced with double that cost? Plus, all those non-biodegradable bits of plastic lurking in landfills for hundreds of years! So I looked towards the world of cloth diapering. At first, my mother warned me of the difficulty of cloth diapering with boiling prefolds and unbreathable plastic pants. (My brother also has hemophilia, and she was not able to commit to cloth diapering when he was born over 20 years ago.) As my husband and I both work full-time I thought, “Do I have time for this? Will daycare accept it? How much money will it be? Will it be too much for the daycare providers to handle on TOP of the hemophilia!?” Luckily, a close friend was already using cloth diapers and she showed me how EASY cloth diapering can be and how we were able to save money while doing it. My mother was also impressed at the ease of diapering today and enjoys diaper changes.

We chose the world of pocket diapers as this was the easiest system for our home and for our son’s daycare. Now that he is pulling up (and falling down), we love the extra padding for his bum. So far, we have had no issues with bleeding into his bum and we get to reap the other health benefits like lack of diaper rash. Additionally, there’s the perk of just how cute he looks every day! From a mommy once faced with a scary diagnosis, I have now become a cloth diapering addict. I have convinced many of my friends and neighbors to do the same—not only will they save money and decrease waste in the landfills, but today’s cloth diapers are an adorable and easy “clothing accessory.”

Thank you Nurse Jean for guiding us in the way of cloth diapering!
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From Diagnosis to Diapering

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