Welcome to the #TryAlltheDiapers Cloth Diaper Extravaganza hosted by Maman Loup’s Den and co-hosted by According to Carolyn and This West Coast Mommy!
Special thanks to lo-wren for the idea and for getting the fluffy ball rolling!
This huge cloth diapering giveaway event will have 30 winners – one per prize. Some of the prizes are open to both Canada and the US, US only, or Canada only. Check out this incredible list of sponsors and the wonderful prizes they’re bringing to you.
***Note that there is a separate entry form for Canada/US prizes, Canada only prizes and US only prizes***
Yes it did wash off (mostly)!
I believe in full-term nursing, I really do. Keira and I are at two years and one month, and I don’t have plans to end our nursing relationship any time soon. Having said that, is it perfect? No. I’ve been getting pretty irritated with her new habit of pinching me while nursing, and I am especially tired of Keira’s nightly routine of waking up one, two, or even three times a night yelling for me to nurse her back to sleep. If I’m still awake, that means running upstairs before she wakes up her sister. And there’s always at least one rude awakening in the middle of the night on top of that.
The Green Scene Mom Awards celebrate niche, eco-friendly products and innovative product designs. We are very excited to announce the 2014 Fall Award Winners! Many of these great companies have also contributed prizes to Green Scene Mom’s Fall Awards Giveaway. Enter to win below!
There’s no better time than postpartum to convert to cloth pads. Or, perhaps you’ve already made the switch. Either way, winning a full stash of postpartum pads is a great way to start or boost your stash. You don’t have to be pregnant or trying to conceive, either… postpartum pads are great for overnight or for your heavy flow days!
Make sure you’re attending Maman Loup’s #PostpartumPad Facebook event to take advantage of 2 week’s worth of flash giveaways and promotions!
FuzziBunz Cloth Diaper Trial Starter Pack Giveaway
Hosted by: mama pure
Co-Hosted by: Crunchy Livin’ Mama Style & Baby’s Nest
Sponsored by: FuzziBunz
It’s official! The leaves are starting to turn and the nights are getting cooler. While I’m going to miss the long lazy days of summer, I’m also looking forward to the crisp fall air and crunching through the leaves with my kids. Last week I pulled out the kids’ jeans and long sleeve shirts. These cooler nights also mean it’s time to break out the sleep bags.
Both my girls used sleep bags throughout infancy and toddlerhood. When they were infants, I felt much safer with them in sleep bags instead of loose blankets that could be a safety hazard. As toddlers, they were “active sleepers”, to put it nicely, and never kept their blankets on for more than a minute. Just this morning I woke up with Keira’s foot in my face, so she’ll be in sleep bags this winter too.
Welcome to the It’s a Free for Fall Giveaway Hop, hosted by the Blogging Mamas Network! The days are getting a bit cooler and fall has arrived! We’re celebrating the season with a fun giveaway hop.
In celebration of Funky Fluff‘s newest fall print, Funk-eh Forest, I’m giving away a Stay Dry 2.0 diaper system complete with two microfiber/stay dry soakers and a hanging diaper pail in the winner’s colour of choice. This fun and funktional fusion cloth diaper can be used as an AIO (all-in-one), AI2 (all-in-two), or a pocket diaper.
We had an incredible time camping with the kids last week! Sure, I might have a few more gray hairs courtesy of trying to teach my two year old to stay away from the fire pit, but overall this is something I think we need to do every year.
When you think of camping food, there’s the usual hot dogs and s’mores (which we made both nights!), but there are plenty of other yummy meal ideas. On our second night camping I made fire roasted sweet potatoes for everyone. It’s a well-known fact that everything tastes better when you’re camping, but these tasted even better than that! Plus you don’t need a camp stove to cook them, and they don’t create dirty dishes or pans to wash. Yay!