Day 3 Giveaway

The winner from yesterday’s Day 2 Giveaway is Deb M.! Congratulations!

Please contact Charlene at to claim your prize.


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Today’s lucky winner will get one Tiny Tush Elite Mini pocket diaper of their choice.  Finally a newborn diaper that fits babies 4-15 lbs. Winner to be announced tomorrow morning on our next giveaway blog post!

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15 comments on “Day 3 Giveaway
  1. Debnmike moretti says:

    I love my boy who uses cloth. He is sweetest boy and loves to help. I startd to diaper him at 6 months.

  2. Lauren says:

    I’m a new CD mama! My son is 14weeks actual/6 adjusted. We have been CDing since he was about 6 weeks old, 2 weeks after he came home from NICU. Before that, we didn’t have anything that fit him ! We have been using Lil Joeys and the TTE mini pockets from the start and love them both! We are still using disposables at night time since I don’t have quite enough diapers to CD completely full time.

  3. Amy Miller says:

    My kiddo just turned 11 months. We’ve been CDing him since birth

  4. Angela Heffner says:

    I have two boys ages 2 and 4 both of which were cloth diapered. I didn’t cloth diaper either one of them though until about 6 months, and I’m expecting baby #3 in April, 2013 and I plan to use cloth and only cloth from the get go.
    I’m a mommy blogger and I’d love to try a Tiny Tush diaper for newborns!
    angela_heffner at yahoo dot com

  5. hollie n. says:

    we started doing full cloth (diapers and wipes) since the new year. We haven’t used a single sposie in almost 11 months!!!!!

  6. Felicia R says:

    We have a toddler and a newborn in cloth diapers. Our toddler has been in them since she was 3 months old and our newborn from day 1 in the hospital!

  7. coley r says:

    i have a 4 mo lil girl who loves her fluff and is quite a fiesty lil one!

  8. Amy Menzies says:

    My daughter is 17 months old and has been cloth diapered since she was born. I haven’t spent a penny on disposables yet. My daughter is a VERY active, busy and smart toddler. She amazes me by learning something new everyday!

  9. Katie L says:

    Mine is a 10 months old and is newly mobile. She likes to try to crawl away while I am changing her diaper (I change her on the floor for anyone concerned about safety).

  10. Amy says:

    I cloth diapered my son when he was newborn up until we moved to an apartment where we have to pay for washing. I still use cloth when we run out of sposies.

  11. Marya Mann says:

    Forgot to mention that my little girl just turned two months old and she is my only child 🙂

  12. Marya Mann says:

    I am new to CD but love it more than using disposables! I would love to get more diapers as I don’t have enough to do it full time yet. I am very glad to be a part of the CD team! 🙂

  13. Miranda says:

    I discovered CDing when my DS was 3 months old, He is now 14months and as of last night are officially expecting our second little one in June!!! Cant wait to CD from day one!!!

  14. Karie P says:

    I’ve been a CD mama for 2 years now. My son has used pocket diapers almost exclusively because those seemed the easiest for other care providers to use. I got Tiny Tush as part of a package of diapers I bought before my son was born and as he has grown it has moved higher and higher up my list of favorites. My kids are very long and the nice long rise of the One-size TT diaper means it still fits him great. I love CDing for a lot of reasons but the mess control factor has to be my favorite. No poo up the back or down the legs, everything neatly contained in a diaper that is super cute. Who could ask for more?

  15. Erin B. says:

    My child is out of diapers but we are currently building a stash for a future child.