I have a good friend who is very "green." She amazes me. But I have to admit I was a little skeptical when I heard she was doing cloth diapers for her first baby. I thought, she'll never make it past the first three months--all those blowouts? The only reason my mom did cloth diapers is that was the only choice she had! What I didn't realize was how easy they had made saving the earth with all the new cloth diaper supplies and "systems" out there. This is not what my mother had to work with.
Our newest sponsor, Great Lakes Diaper Company, tells us there are 3 main reasons why people choose cloth diapers over disposables: it is good for baby, good for our environment and it saves money. Pretty convincing? They have more information on their site to help you decide if cloth is right for your family. The owners use cloth themselves, so they're always willing to give you personal advice and direction if you need it!
Great Lakes sells modern cloth diapers and accessories, including brands like Mother-ease, Fuzzi Bunz, Knickernappies, Gro Baby, Dream-eze, the Natural Baby Company, and Wahmmies. Seriously, Fuzzi Buns? Knickernappies? I might have to try this cloth thing just for the funny names! They also do special orders, and their shipping is fast.
Whether you're a veteran cloth diaper fan, or have just decided to give it a try, we have a great giveaway for you! Great Lakes Diaper Company has generously offered our readers a $30 gift certificate toward any purchase from their site. Plus, LBS readers can get 10% off just by using coupon code "NOVSALE" through November 23. And right now it's free shipping on any order of $50 or more!
To enter for the $30 gift certificate, visit Great Lakes Diaper Company and leave us a comment with your favorite product. For a second entry, become a fan on Facebook, and for a third entry, blog about Great Lakes and leave us a comment with a link to your blog. Three easy chances to win! Just make sure we receive your comments by Saturday, November 14 at 11:59pm PT. Good luck!
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