Tuesday, March 19, 2013

Spring Into Sustainability Giveaway Hop - Changing Diapers Book & bumGenius Cloth Diaper!

Spring Into Sustainability Giveaway


Welcome to the Spring Into Sustainability Giveaway Hop, hosted by Happy Mothering and The Frugal Greenish Mama. Toni The Chic Momma and other members of the Green Moms Network are excited to bring you great prizes to encourage your family to live a more sustainable lifestyle, all valued at $25+ .
 
Our hosts have 2 great grand prizes! Happy Mothering is giving away a Wondermill Junior Deluxe Hand Grain Mill valued at $219.95. Click HERE to enter Happy Mothering's grand prize!  The Frugal Greenish Mama has an awesome gardening package valued at $262.90 sponsored by Earth Easy and Humble Seed. Click HERE to enter the Frugal Greenish Mama's grand prize giveaway!  Giveaways will begin on March 20th at 12:00AM EST and will end on March 31st at 12:00AM EST
 
After entering my giveaway and the grand prize giveaways, be sure to visit the other blogs listed under the Rafflecopter form to enter more great giveaways to help you and your family Spring Into Sustainability.

For the giveaway here on my blog, Toni The Chic Momma, I have a great fluffy cloth diaper prize package.  Cloth diapering is truly the best diapering option for your baby. It's eco-friendly and eliminates unnecessary waste in our landfills. Cloth diapering is also budget friendly and will save families thousands of dollars during the years they diaper their children.  And of course, cloth diaper are super cute!  The Toni the Chic Momma fluffy prize package includes: A copy of Changing Diapers: The Hip Mom's Guide To Modern Cloth Diapering, a bumGenius 4.0 solid color pocket diaper and 3 samples of bumGenius cloth diaper detergent!


Here are some highlights about the fluffy brands and goodies in the
Toni The Chic Momma giveaway:
 

One of my favorite fluffy "accessories" is the Changing Diapers: The Hip Mom's Guide To Modern Cloth Diapering book by Kelly Wels. "The Changing Diapers" book is a 215 page easy to read book on modern cloth diapering.  This book is truly an easy and fast read.  It's also loaded with fluffy pictures, helpful and insightful information and many resources.  When you finish reading this, pass the book on to another friend to spread the fluffy love!

 

 
 
 
I've been cloth diapering my 2-year old since 2011.  My fluffy adventures began when I had the opportunity to meet Jennifer Labit on August 13, 2011.  Jennifer Labit is the CEO of Cotton Babies and the creator of
cloth diapers.   Jennifer gave me my cloth diaper start and I've been using bumGenius pocket diapers ever since.   bumGenius cloth diapers truly make cloth diapering easy and are available in 2 closure styles.  some awesome features include:
  •  3x3 snap down design adjusts the sizing to fit small, medium and large sizes (approximately 7-35+ pounds).
  • Diapers are bundled with two inserts: a newborn insert for newborns and a one-size insert for your older baby.
  • Wide slot opening makes it easy to stuff and remove insert.
I love my bumGenius diapers and know you will love them, too!  bumGenius for life! 
 
And of course, you will need a cloth diaper safe detergent to wash your new bumGenius cloth diaper!  bumGenius Diaper Detergent was developed in partnership with Country Save, a well recognized, respected face in the cloth diapering industry.  Free of dyes, optical brighteners, fragrances, enzymes and phosphates, bumGenius Diaper Detergent is certified for use in HE washers and is approved for use with bumGenius diapers.  You will receive 3 sample sizes of bumGenius Diaper Detergent!
 
To win the fluffy prizes, simply follow the easy Rafflecopter instructions below.  This giveaway, as well as the other "Spring Into Sustainability" giveaways, will begin on March 20th at 12:00AM EST and will end on March 31st at 12:00AM EST.  Each blog in the  "Spring Into Sustainability" blog hop has a sustainable living themed prize valued at $25.

Happy Blogging!
Toni The Chic Momma

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157 comments:

  1. How will I spring into Sustainability?
    I'm looking into replacing my feminine products with reusable options.

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    1. Which products are you thinking? Something like Luna Pads or the Diva Cup? I've thought about the Diva Cup, but just haven't taken the plunge yet!

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  2. By gardening and using eco-friendly cleaners for my spring cleaning!

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    1. I use vinegar, water and baking soda in practically all of my cleaning. :)

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  3. i plan on using homemade cleaning products

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  4. I also am switching to homemade cleaners and homemade shampoo.

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  5. We're gearing up the garden again, and this year I'd love to include more veggies that are staples in our house (brussel sprouts, anyone?). Also, we have a little one on the way, and I'm really looking into cloth diapering.

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  6. More gardening and less processed foods!

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  7. gardening and making my own bread

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  8. By gardening & continuing on with all of our eco-friendly ways. :-)

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  9. starting our vegetable and herb garden. I'm also picking up a glass straw soon.

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  10. I really think these cloth diapers are very pretty, just glad my kids are past the age of diapers..

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  11. I'm planning on buying produce from local farmer's markets and using natural household cleaners!

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  12. Ever since I started cloth diapering my 13 month old, I have become kind of obsessed with finding more sustainable options in other areas of our life. I got a really good deal on a lot of canning supplies at an estate sale last fall, and am really hoping to plant a garden this spring and can homegrown organic food for my family to enjoy all winter:)

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  13. I plan on cloth diapering my DD due at the end of this month. Thanks for the chance.

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  14. I just started cloth diapering my new baby! Thanks for the giveaway!
    - Beth Ann Erwin facebook/rafflecopter

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  15. We use cloth diapers that we hang out to dry as much as we can. Also we are going to plant some vegetables this year

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  16. I am recruiting people to recycle with me. People who don't have it are bringing me their recycle-able stuff so that I can take it to our local transfer station for recycling. :D

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  17. I'm getting ready to celebrate spring by putting my dryer on vacation! It's almost clothesline weather!

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  18. I will spring into sustainability by buying cloth diapers for my daughter that is expecting in August.

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  19. using homemade cleaning products and hanging my diapers on the line outside more often

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  20. I'm actually going to green my cycle - pretty excited to give that a go!

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  21. We plan on cloth diapering baby #2 :)

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  22. changing all my lightbulbs to energy efficient when i begin my spring cleaning!

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  23. We use eco-friendly cleaners!

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  24. We're using cloth diapers when our baby is born in a few months.

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  25. by planting a garden as soon as I close on my new house!

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  26. We are going to cloth diaper #3, but didn't with #1 or #2.

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  27. I will continue to use my clothesline...only time I use the dryer is if it is raining.

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  28. homemade cleaning products and clothesline

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  29. I am sewing my own un-paper towels! Plus planting a garden and composting!

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  30. more gardening, plus we use safer cleaning/soap supplies that are concentrated, so less plastic in our recycling and more re-use of items!

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  31. Once the ground thaws, we'll resume composting!

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  32. we are in the process of switching over to cloth diapers

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  33. replace paper towels with rags

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  34. I have just started CDing my 7 week old. I also want to try the diva cup.

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  35. We're getting ready to start up our garden! Nice, fresh vegetables without pesticides!

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  36. By gardening this summer and cloth diapering LO when he comes!

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  37. We compost, garden (just getting started good for the year right now), and are really "springing into sustainability" this year by getting (re)started with raising ducks and chickens.

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  38. By using cloth diapers 100% of the time. :)

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  39. I am a soon to be mommy and I really want to have a natural home environment for my little one with cloth diapering and natural soap and cleaning products. And making my own baby food.

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  40. i'm doing some homemade cleaners

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  41. Gardening and canning. using cloth diapers, biking to places

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  42. switching to homemade cleaners, mostly with vinegar and baking soda and essential oils

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  43. I have just recently made the switch to homemade cleaners so that I could used to them before my big spring clean. I love them! They work better than anything I have used from the store. I also plan on expanding my garden this summer so that I can feed my family more natural produce.

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  44. I have my wn family garden and I cloth diaper and use cloth pads.
    Angie Kunst

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  45. We're going to restart our container garden.

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  46. I just started seeds in my basement for vegetables this summer. And hopefully we'll be getting our composter cleaned out and functional this year (the one that came with our house is full of sticks and we're not sure if it works).

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  47. With the warmer weather coming, I'll be hanging most of my clothes on the line to dry!

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  48. Up-cycling, freecycling and cloth diapering the new baby with mostly up-cycled material

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  49. we use cloth diapers, wipes, mama cloth, un-paper towels. I would like to start making our own laundry soap too

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  50. We're going to continue cloth diapering, and hopefully be able to hang some diapies out to dry outside soon! :)

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  51. Bring a new baby into the world and raise him to live naturally and sustainably

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  52. I can't wait to plant my very first garden!

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  53. I'm considering a reusable menstrual cup...

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  54. I will be using my clothes line more! Yippee! Also ordering seeds for the garden, and preparing to cloth diaper baby #3!

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  55. I am learning to alter and refashion my childrens clothes so that they can wear them longer :)

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  56. We're going to attempt a garden this year, including fruit trees. (I'm terrified I'm going to kill everything.)

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  57. To hang my clothes rather than using the dryer and buying from the local fresh market.

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  58. I'd love to start an herb garden

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  59. IM PLANING A GARDEN WITH MY KIDDOS WE HAVE STRAWBERRY'S GROWING ALREADY ROSEMARY AND A FEW OTHER HERBS PLUS I WANT TO TRY TO MAKE MY OWN CLEANING PRODUCTS LIKE THAT ORANGE PEEL WITH VINEGAR I GUESS U PUT THOSE TWO IN A JAR FOR TWO WEEK THEN TRANSFER THE LIQUID TO A SPRAY BOTTLE
    BONNIE R

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  60. Using homemade cleaning products and buying from local farmers markets

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  61. We'll be growing our own veggies in our garden.

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  62. We cloth diapers, just switched to unpaper towels and I'm researching mama cloth options.

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  63. Cloth diapers, recycling, and gardening.

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  64. I'll be using more natural cleaners and less paper products. I'll also continue using cloth trainers (when needed) on my 2-year-old while starting my newborn stash for baby #3 on the way!

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  65. We will be visiting the Farmer's Market a lot more, switching to more natural cleaners and I will be switching to cloth pads (since I'm not having luck with the Lunette cup. :/

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  66. we cloth diaper already, and plan on diapering #2 (due this july) from day 1! We also <3 our farmer's market when it opens (June)!

    I also am planning on cloth postpartum, though I love my lunette and diva cups when I can use those!

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  67. Starting my new little one out right! I'm planning to start cloth diapering soon after he arrives the first week of April!

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  68. Gardening and hanging a clothesline this week!

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  69. Less dryer time, going to use solar energy and sun dry my diapers again!

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  70. By line-drying my cloth diapers and growing some of my own vegetables and fruits! :)

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  71. using cloth diapers more and we plan on starting a compost pile this year :)

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  72. We will continue to use cloth diapers and wipes and start planning our vegetable garden!

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  73. by switching to cloth diapers and mama cloth!!

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  74. I have been looking into making my own cleaning supplies and I'm also helping my daughter get cloth diapers to use on my grandson.

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  75. How will I spring into sustainability? By hanging my diapers in the lovely spring sunshine rather than tossing them into the dryer.

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  76. We will use cloth diapers with baby #2!

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  77. I are making our own cleaning supplies as well as putting our new bundle of joy into cloth diapers when she arrives!
    Kimberly Pugliese

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  78. I'm cleaning out my house and donating anything usable to local charities.

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  79. By completely changing over to CDing, and maybe starting to wash by hand once the weather warms up.

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  80. By reusing my cloth diapers from my first child.

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  81. I will be using cloth diapers with my new guy arriving in June. I hope to hang dry outside, too!

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  82. By thinking twice before I buy something: Do we really need this? Do we already have something we could use instead?

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  83. I'm putting in a much larger organic heirloom veggie garden - Monsanto free! I'm also swapping to wool dryer balls, using the clothesline for some things and we put in solar panels that are covering almost all of our daytime power usage now :)

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  84. We plan to start a garden and hang a clothes line to dry our diapers and clothes on.

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  85. Planning to cloth diaper is a huge one for me! :-)

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  86. I plan on doing more vegetable gardening and composting

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  87. I'm trying to replace all of our cleaning products.

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  88. We are moving to a homestead and are first time cloth diapers.

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  89. by using cloth diapers and wipes, mama cloth and cup, un-paper towels and homemade cleaning products

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  90. I've already made the switch to mama cloth, natural cleaners, cloth diapers, wool dry balls, and this summer I can't wait to hang my clothes and probably start a garden.

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  91. Using homemade cleaning supplies and making some un paper towels

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  92. I am planning to start a vegetable and herb garden this spring.

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  93. Using less harmful chemicals to clean.
    Thanks for the giveaway! =)
    JJs2468@aol.com

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  94. I will plant my vegetable garden and make my own cleaning supplies!

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  95. I make my own cleaning products, i make my own detergent, neither with chemicals. When we move in a a few months we have a garden planned for fruits, vergetables and i want to do some herbs.

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  96. plant a big garden

    christine hammer weideman

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  97. by start using cloth diapers. gardening and making any products instead of buying.

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  98. I am going to make my own cleaners (Katie L)

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  99. We are adding ducks to our yard this year for eggs and rabbits for meat.

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  100. Can't wait to start my tomato plants!

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  101. More homemade cleaning products

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  102. gardening, mama cloth, cloth wipes, canning, and homemade cleaners

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  103. I recently started a vegetable garden and I use homemade cleaners and cloth diaper.

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  104. Gardening, canning, using less plastics, eating raw food.

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  105. We are buying some plants for indoors this weekend!

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  106. garden, make my own cleaning supplies

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  107. We are now using cloth cleaning wipes and homemade cleaning solutions

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  108. cut down on paper towel use and use more unpaper towels

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  109. Cutting out processed foods from my diet.

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  110. With warmer weather coming, we'll be springing into sustainability with using our dryer less, continuing our cloth diaper journey, and working more natural cleaning choices into our home.

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  111. Cloth diapering and making my own whenever possible!!

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  112. I've been making liquid hand soap lately.

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  113. I'm springing into sustainability by only buying the food that we need (no junk food), cooking everything as fresh as I can, creating a herb garden, and binging my house of excess (excess toys, clothes we don't need, movies we don't watch, books that have dust).

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  114. Now that it's getting warmer, we're going to start line drying our diapers. I'm also looking into switch to cloth "paper towels"

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  115. line drying our cloth diapers and other laundry

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  116. Now that the weather is nice, I am excited to let my diapers whiten in the sun!

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  117. We are planting a garden this year, and I also want to try mama cloth

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  118. Sewing some cute reusable cloth napkins in cute kids prints. To replace the paper napkins and paper towels. ( we also have cloth towels and other cloth napkins)

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  119. Making plans to cloth diaper our baby who is due in September!

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  120. I just made my own dryer balls to cut down on drying time. Also, we cloth diaper :)

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  121. I am going to cloth diaper my new bebe :)

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  122. Continue using cloth diapers and cloth instead of paper product in our house, starting our spring garden, recycling, shopping local, and using all natural products in our house.

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  123. I am looking into mama cloth. I just ordered some to try.

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  124. I am looking to start using cloth diapers and I'm excited to start our garden! Just needs to get a little bit warmer! :]

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  125. Looking forward to cloth diapering and never ever using a disposable :)

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  126. I'm trying to get more cloth diapers so I do it full time. I wash by hand, and they take forever to dry. Also trying to but stuff that produces less trash, and use more green feminine products!

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  127. I cloth diaper to be more sustainable

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  128. We use cloth diapers, cloth wipes, lunette cup/mama cloth, family cloth, make our own natural cleaners, and use unpaper towel

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  129. I use mama cloth as well as cloth wipes and diapers for my son.

    Christine L. (facebook id) on rafflecopter

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  130. We will start a garden and begin composting!

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  131. I've bought some mama cloth to try. It hasn't arrived yet, but I think that will be a great addition. I'd also like to make some un paper towels for the house.

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  132. I'm working on my cloth diaper stash for my twins dues in June/July.

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  133. Going to be better about using homemade cleaners. also want to tr mama cloth whenever the time comes again.

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  134. By growing more food in my garden and learning to can

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