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Wednesday, June 20, 2012

Summer Cloth Diaper Giveaway Hop #SummerCloth

Welcome to the Summer Cloth Diaper Giveaway Hop, hosted by Mommy's Favorite Things. Almost 50 blogs have linked up to bring you many exciting cloth diaper giveaways. Enter my giveaway below and then hop to the other blogs listed at the bottom of this post to enter their fluffy giveaways as well! Each blog has a cloth diaper prize valued at $25 or more and many blogs have prizes worth over $100.

Thank You to my generous sponsors for providing you with a fabulous giveaway. Two cloth diapers and a set of wool dryer balls!

Prize Pack includes the following (Over $60 retail value!):
1 Happy Heineys One Size Pocket Diaper from Greenie Beanie Bottoms! 
   (your color choice from in stock selection)
  Please see my review of Greenie Beanie Bottoms & Happy Heinys here!
1 Pocket Diaper from Baby Babu (you choose gender preference)
  Please see my review of Baby Babu here!
Set of 3 Wooly Rounds Dryer Balls from Wooly Rounds!
  Please see my review of Wooly Rounds here!




a Rafflecopter giveaway

154 comments:

  1. My cloth diapering must have is Bac Out Spray!!!!!

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  2. gotta have my diaper pail liner!

    ykatrina at hotmail dot com

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  3. Gotta have cloth wipes. It is much easier when the diaper and the wipe go in one diaper pail instead of having to remember to put the disposable wipe in the trash can.

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  4. Definitely a wet bag or pail liner!
    boomersoonermama@gmail.com

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  5. Cloth wipes and a good wet bag to take wet wipes with you when you leave the house.

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  6. I think that Cloth Wipes and wetbags are the ultimate must haves!
    mmjohnson555(at)gmail(dot)com
    Rafflecopter: Mechele JOhnson

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  7. I don't really have a must have, besides the diapers! lol I did it with a super bare bones stash, without any "extras" for a long time and did fine. ~Melissa

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  8. wet bags and a diaper sprayer would be nice too.
    arobinson45 (at) woh.rr.com

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  9. Cloth wipes are a must have with cloth diapers!

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  10. All I have right now are diapers, so diapers I guess ;)

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  11. A diaper pail and a good pail liner!

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  12. A good wet bag and cloth wipes are a must!

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  13. Haven't tried it yet since #1 is on the way, but probably the most important is having compatible diapers... it'd be fun to try all the different kinds, but I can't imagine trying to remember what parts and liners go in which kind!

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  14. I don't have anything other then diapers!

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  15. Wet bags...they are great for swimsuits and wet clothes when you need to take them home too.

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  16. My only CDing MUST HAVE is the diapers themselves. I can do without all the rest of the stuff. I have two in cloth and don't have many of the things even listed here.

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  17. for me, a must have is the peri bottle (that you get from the hospital after giving birth) for the wipe solution. it works so much better than a spray bottle!

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  18. A couple of wetbags!!
    morales_y at yahoo dot com

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  19. My only must have is good detergent and the diapers themselves.

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  20. Charlie's Soap is my must have for my diapers. :)

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  21. New to cloth cant wait to start baby #3 :)

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  22. Extra inserts are a must have for me.
    jbang0331@yahoo(dot)com

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  23. My must have is the clothes line.

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  24. Cloth diaper safe laundry detergent

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  25. Cloth wipes. SO much easier to throw everything in one place. You're doing the laundry anyway - why wouldn't you?

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  26. Clothes line! (an indoor one too!)

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  27. I would have to say that it's a good, large wet bag. Oh, and a cloth safe diaper rash cream!

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  28. I think wet bags are the most essential cloth diapering accessory.

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  29. i think cloth diapers are the must have, lol. I don't have a favorite item yet--I haven't started. Just trying to build my stash before LO gets here early September!

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  30. Maybe is due in August so I'm still new to cloth diapering. I am excited about all the colors that the diapers come in though I'm not sure if that is a must-have.

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  31. I have to have cloth wipes!! And CJ's BUTTer. :)

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  32. A potty seat, so we can do EC at the same time!

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  33. Cloth diapers in many brands so you can try them out and see what you like.

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  34. cute prints is my must have!

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  35. Wet bags - emscout9 at Hotmail dot com

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  36. GOod cloth diaper pail! Keep out the stink!

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  37. Wet bag
    Gladys P
    sps1113 at yahoo dot com

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  38. several wet bags...for upstairs, downstairs, and in babies' room!

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  39. Good pail liners and wet bags.

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  40. Well, I am new to all these types of diapers, entering for my grandchildren and nephews baby on the way so, just not familiar with these cloth diapers as of yet
    Sandy VanHoey

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  41. Wet Bags and washable pail liners

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  42. Disana wool soaker.
    mummytocharis{at}yahoo{dot}com

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  43. I am brand new to the cloth diaper world...so I still must have the essentials, like diapers. :/

    missysweepsalot at gmail dot com

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  44. Definitely the flushable liners!

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  45. A variety of wet bags are a must for me!

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  46. I will be new to cloth in a little over a month when my daughter is born, but I think a wet bag will probably be a must after all of the reading I've done.

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  47. I need to have at least two wet bags.

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  48. A detergent you are happy with; Other than the diapers of course :)

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  49. a large enough supply and a pail liner <3

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  50. Cloth diaper must have is my wetbag for when we are out and about. Couldn't live without it!
    tsalmherrmann at hotmail dot com

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  51. Fleece liners and a diaper sprayer have both been huge help!

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  52. My "must have" would be cloth wipes.
    jjak2003 at gmail dot com

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  53. I really find dryer balls to be a must have. They help move the inserts around in the dryer!

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  54. Wetbag! Plastic grocery bags just don't cut it.

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  55. gotta have a wet bag!
    Kimberlie

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  56. Just the diapers and the detergent

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  57. I could make do with just the diapers, but I appreciate having cloth wipes, too.

    -Jojo

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  58. love disposable liners. so much more easy to get rid of the messes

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  59. I think disposable liners or a sprayer would be good

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  60. All I really need besides the diapers is a good detergent.
    LoryAnn

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  61. A must have for me is a Snappi because I use mostly prefolds and flats

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  62. Following on pinterest as Shannon Stubbs

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  63. diaper sprayer! scg00387 at yahoo dot com

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  64. natural fiber products are a must!

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  65. Diapers! Am just getting started and am up to 6! I'm sure I'll have a better idea of what I might need when we have enough diapers to do it full time.

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  66. wetbag! preferable monkey foot designs.

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  67. must have a place to stuck them in the sun!

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  68. Covers! I love how much time and money we save with covers and prefolds/flats!

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  69. I would say a good detergent!

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  70. HEMP fabric for absorption !

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  71. My cloth wipes to go with the diapers! :)

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  72. great wet bag and hanging diaper pail

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  73. I'm new to CDing but I'm thinking the diaper sprayer would be a definite must have!

    cherriesjessilee at gmail dot com

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  74. my must have is a diaper sprayer!

    christinejessamine at hotmail dot com

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  75. I am in love (and really miss) our diaper sprayer! It is so easy to just spray out the diapers when we change our daughter. It keeps the smell down. The wet bag is less funky. We have never had a stain. I have been out of town staying with family for about a month while my husband is out to sea. I of course bought our cloth diapers with me to use (thankfully my Mom fully approved since she cloth diapered us - though she's jealous because ours are so cute compared to what she used). However, we didn't bring the sprayer. I miss it! We are using disposable liners to aide with the poo removal, but it's not the same. However, benefit of washing at Mom's house is the scalding hot water she gets in her washing machine! It has helped our diapers to stay so fresh and so clean!!

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  76. Cloth wipes...along with my wipes warmer to store them wet.

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  77. Good detergent!

    huntermb3 at gmail dot com

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  78. We get plastic g diaper liners and get matching snaps and add snaps to all of our covers so we dont have to wash them as often, it works great!

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  79. I love my diaper sprayer or possibly my Grovia diapers.

    www.adventureswithcaptaindestructo.com

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  80. I don't know, I'm new at diapering and I have NOTHING but butt paste. LOL
    Tam Sweeps RC/FB

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  81. A good, reliable pail liner! (Michelle Ferguson on Rafflecopter)

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  82. A good detergent is a must have!!!

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  83. My must-have is hemp inserts or flushable diaper liners once your baby starts solids!

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  84. Our wet bags and hemp inserts

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  85. Aside from the diapers themselves, I would say cloth wipes, a good wetbag, and a good pail

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  86. find me on Pinterest@ Michelle Elnyczky

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  87. cloth wipes and cloth safe butt balm. =)

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  88. My wet bags, seriously. Greatest thug ever!

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  89. Inserts! We'd never make it through the night dry without them.

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  90. I'm new to cloth diapering so i'm still figuring out what I need!

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  91. I just dont know probably inserts... otherwise they dont really work!

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