July 9, 2013

Trophy Tuesday: Win a Changing Diapers Book and save 15% off this week!

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This week's Trophy Tuesday Giveaway is a copy of Changing Diapers: The Hip Mom's Guide to Modern Cloth Diapering!

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Kelly Wels, a leading authority in the movement toward modern cloth diapering, has pulled the whole industry together to offer the best information on everything from what to buy, how to fit, and how to launder, to the health benefits for baby and the impact of diapers on the environment. Wels is a well-known powerhouse advocate and has become the main voice in the industry. The marketplace for this book is constant, as the US birthrate hovers over 4 million babies born per year and the word is getting out about the benefits of using modern cloth versus disposables. These are not your mothers cloth diapers!

Topics covered: - Why Choose Cloth Diapers? - Basic Cloth Diaper Talk - The Back-to-Work and Daycare Diapering Dilemma - Daddies and Diapers - Laundry: How to Wash Your Cloth Diapers - Resources and more

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8 comments:

I'd keep it! I've been wanting to read it but none of our local libraries has it... I'd probably donate after reading to share the love! :)

I want to read it first myself, then I would pass it along to another mama when I was done :)

My brother needs this book so he can help with the diapers. They are expecting their first baby in November!

I will keep this since we will have our kid next year and want to cloth diaper.

I would keep and then give to a friend when done.

I would keep it for myself, at least temporarily and then pass it on when I'm done with it.

I would keep the book but let friends read it also.

I'm planning to cloth diaper our first baby, so I'd keep it for myself.