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Super Saturday Coupon

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Fluff Friday 192

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This week's Fluff Friday Winner is Jennifer Ruck!

She has won:

CONGRATULATIONS!!!!!! Please, contact us here ASAP so we can get your winnings out to you!!!

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Fluff Friday 191 WINNER!

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Christmas in July at Kelly's Closet

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Do you use cloth diapers?  Have you ever used cloth diapers?  We want to hear from you.  Our 2012 Cloth Diaper Pulse Survey is collecting responses from 3,000 participants (moms, dads, caregivers, etc) about their cloth diaper habits.
The survey will take about 10-15 minutes to complete and will ask you all sorts of questions about your family and your cloth diaper preferences.  We know that all families are created differently so please pardon us if a question is not worded for your family – just answer it the best you can.  All questions must be answered for the results to be collected.
Why US only?  We had some participants ask us why we don’t want their opinions if they live in Canada or in another country.  While your opinions are certainly valuable we are looking for cloth diaper trends in the US since that is who the bulk of our customers/friends/fans are.
What will we do with the results?  You can review the results of the 2011 Cloth Diaper Pulse Survey to see what we found out last year.  We’ll be publishing the official report and white paper in early August to let companies, manufacturers, media sources, and customers know what the current trends are in the cloth diaper industry (according to your results).
Once 3,000 unique individuals have completed the survey the survey will officially close so that we can calculate the results.  We look forward to hearing from you about the survey and reading your responses.
Please feel free to leave your comments, suggestions, and tips in the comments section for suggested improvements or general questions.  Don’t forget to share the survey link with other families who have used cloth diapers.
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2nd Annual Cloth Diaper Pulse Survey

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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! All posts that are used will become the property of The Cloth Diaper Whisperer and copyrighted.

Diaper Dollars™ Rewards points will be rewarded if we use/post your submission!
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Earn Rewards Points for Writing About Cloth Diapers

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Using cloth diapers is a wonderfully responsible thing to do. It feels so good not to be the kind of parent who sits hundreds of stinky disposable diapers on the curb each week for someone to pick up and haul off to a landfill. Naturally, I'd like to teach my children to be responsible as well. That is why I've begun giving my two-year old some very simple chores to complete each day.

Her biggest chore is helping me wash and dry her baby brother's cloth diapers. I first call for her assistance when i have a wet diaper that she can take to the diaper pail. She doesn't seem to mind at all and sometimes, she's just waiting at my side to do the job. Such a sweetie. Next, when it is time to wash, she helps me toss them all into the washing machine. After the wash cycle - I unload the washer and give her all of the inserts and cloth wipes to put into the dryer. She puts them all in and slams the dryer door shut with all her might. Then she helps me hang the diaper shells and when they are dry - she likes to pull them down from the banister for me.

It is all loads of fun for her. And it makes washing the diapers more of a chance to teach my girl about responsibility - both in taking care of her baby brother and taking care of mother earth.

-Amanda W.
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Teaching Responsibility With Fluff

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