Sunday, April 15, 2012

Cloth Diaper Week: Enter The Giveaway!

Use the Rafflecopter entry form below to enter to win a FuzziBunz one size Elite cloth diaper!
Thanks to Kelly Wels and the team at Changing Diapers for sponsoring this giveaway.






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220 comments:

  1. What would you do with an extra 15 minutes of free time? I'd relax. I feel like I'm running all day long I'd take the time to just breathe to know that I'm doing the best I can for my family and that everything will turn out alright :)

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  2. One green thing our family does aside from cloth diapering is composting!

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  3. Thanks for the giveaway and all the time you put into your blog and videos!

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  4. Forgot to answer the question, Free time, I would read or have a nap with 15 extra minutes.

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  5. What is one GREEN thing your family does? We are making the switch to green household cleaners and are researching cosmetic products. And of course, when we have a little one, we will be cloth diapering! Already have a growing stash!

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  6. We cloth diaper our daughter and recycle.

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  7. I am just starting to try out cloth diapering, It's only been 2 days but so far I am loving it! I live in a small town and just found out a store here is doing the cloth diaper change on the 21st. I never would of checked if you had not posted it. Thank you!

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  8. some green things our family does is composting, recycling (extensively!) and buy organic products!

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  9. One green thing my family does is making the switch to green household cleaners. We do not have any children as of yet, but when we do it will be much safer to use cleaner without all those chemicals. And of course once we have children we will be cloth diapering! :)

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  10. We're expecting our daughter next month and plan on cloth diapering. So far all 33 diapers in my cloth diaper stash are used, but given to me by friends. I would love to try out a brand new fuzzibunz elite diaper!

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  11. Some green things we do: Cloth Diaper, recycle, we try and use environmentally friendly products & compost :)

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  12. A couple things we do to "Go Green": recycle paper the most. Also take plastic bags to Target to be recycled

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  13. Thank you for this giveaway! :) And with 15 extra minutes i would probably take a nap lol ;)

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  14. We are big on recycling and composting! yeah!

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  15. Our family recycles =) we are also starting very soon to cloth diaper which I'm very excited about!!!!

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  16. We cloth diaper and recycle as much as we can.

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  17. We recycle just about everything our recycling center accepts.

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  18. my family recycles, cloth diapers, uses cloth wipes not only for baby but for family, we turn off lights when we dont need them and so much MORE!

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  19. We use cloth diapers & wipes, cloth napkins instead of paper, and rags instead of paper towels.

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  20. We cloth diaper and cloth wipe. We also use cloth napkins. I hang dry most of our laundry. We recycle plastic and aluminum, not just for recycling purposes, but for crafts. We also make our own cleaners and such.

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  21. we cloth diaper soon-to-be two babies and recently started recycling.

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  22. We've been cloth diapering since Ian fit into his fuzzibunz. Cloth diapering is seriously my hobby, it's so fun!

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  23. We cloth diaper!

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  24. I just bought reusable shopping bags about 6 months ago and I'm so excited about all the plastic we're not using!

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  25. We cloth diaper and use cloth wipes!

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  26. We cloth diaper and use cloth wipes!

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  27. Carissamichelle16April 15, 2012 at 9:26 PM

    We cloth diaper!! :D Although this is our first 'green' adventure we are starting to fully convert

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  28. Cash in our cans ;)
    I think the thing that we do that makes the biggest difference is cloth diapering.

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  29. We recycle as much as we can and we cloth diaper! Still learning how to reduce our carbon footprint, but steps in the right direction!

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  30. We have a compost in our backyard. :)

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  31. We cloth diaper!

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  32. One green thing our family does? We cloth diaper our daughter and plan to cloth diaper our baby boy due in july.

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  33. We use recycled bags for shopping, recycle, and will start cloth diapering here shortly!

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  34. We use recycled shopping bags and i'm working on making some cloth paper towels

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  35. We use recycled shopping bags and i'm working on making some cloth paper towels

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  36. CLOTH DIAPER ! :D

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  37. can i enter in the UK haha i did anyway just in case :) and cloth

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  38. We have solar water heater.

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  39. We currently recycle walmart bags for other uses.

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  40. We currently recycle walmart bags for other uses.

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  41. the one green thing we do is compost!! love it :)

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  42. So excited for this giveaway~One green thing my family does is that cloth diaper :) recycle :) and we car pool with our neighbors (military so we work in the same areas).

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  43. We have trouble with the elites not be absorbent enough. I like them, but I don't use them for naps and I have to remember to change them more often.

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  44. recycle, walk to the store, cloth diaper :)

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  45. We recycle, I walk to/home from work many days, I try to buy more healthy organic and farm foods. Im currently ttc but plan on cloth diapering. :)

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  46. We recycle and have been switching to organic products.

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  47. we don't use paper plates, towles, and we recycle

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  48. We use cloth diapers, hang clothes to dry, and recycle to name a few. :)

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  49. We love cloth diapering!

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  50. We use cloth diapers!!

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  51. I hope to use cloth diapers, but for now, we recycle.

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  52. DbupatriotprincessApril 16, 2012 at 7:45 AM

    Cloth diapering. : )

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  53. We Recycle all that we can and use reusable shopper totes!

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  54. We recycle, use reusable bags, use reusable utensils outside of the house, buy at thrift stores, and use reusable cups.

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  55. We use powerbars that are turned off overnight.

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  56. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  57. We cloth diaper!

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  58. I use natural laundry detergent, mama cloth and cloth napkins/paper towels!

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  59. Cloth Diaper and reuse/re-purpose various things :)

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  60. One green thing our family does is we currently trying out a homemade laundry detergent for our everyday clothes. So far works great but we are still in the trial phase.

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  61. We cloth diaper our little ones:)

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  62. We cloth diapered out first, and now I'm going to be trying it again with our third! Cloth has come so far since I had my daughter in '04, I'm really excited for this little one to get here so I can start putting some cute cloth on her little bum! :)

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  63. We recycle, we will be breast feeding, we will be cloth diapering, we use all energy star appliances and we bought a hybrid!

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  64. We cloth diaper and recycle

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  65. We use cloth shopping bags and recycle. When we finally get pregnant we will be using cloth diapers and wipes.

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  66. Sasha beautyisnteverythingApril 16, 2012 at 11:41 AM

    One green thing our family does is use a water filter :) no water bottles anymore for us! (also cloth diaper)

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  67. Other than cloth diapering, another GREEN thing we do is make all of our own all natural and environmentally friendly cleaning products.

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  68. we use cloth wipes for all of our children not just the one in diapers.

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  69. We recycle more than we throw away, and we have used cloth diapers.

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  70. Cloth diapers :)

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  71. We cloth diaper, recycle and buy used!

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  72. we cloth diaper, recycle, reuse, and we make things instead of buying (like laundry soap, liquid hand sop, etc)

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  73. We reuse all plastic bags, recycle!

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  74. This diaper is so cool! I would love to try it out!

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  75. I make my own laundry soap!

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  76. My hubby carpools to work. We Recycle.

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  77. Looking forward to more diaper reviews!

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  78. We cloth diaper and use water bottles with a filter, instead of buying plastic bottles of water = )

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  79. Now that we use cloth diapers, we've decided we might as well switch to using cloth paper towels for cleanup around the house too! We can just wash them all together.

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  80. We recycle, we compost, we will be using cloth diapers and wipes for our child and all future children, we clean without chemicals, we use cloth shopping bags for our groceries, we eat organic as much as possible and keep a pesticide free garden in the summer.

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  81. We use cloth grocery bags and hope to cloth diaper a little one in the future!

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  82. Cloth Diapers, re-usable grocery bags and no plastic water bottles!

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  83. We buy all of our daughter's clothes resale! We also reuse alot of items and containers

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  84. we find new uses for many things. We have been pinspired to use old things in a new way, as storage, gifts etc.

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  85. cloth diapering and green cleaning:)

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  86. Green cleaning, cloth shopping bags and composting!

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  87. Starting to cloth diaper, and we recycle most things

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  88. The main green thing we do is cloth diaper...but we try to do as much as we can in other areas of our life.

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  89. i make my own laundry detergent and cleaning supplies.

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  90. The biggest thing we do is cloth diaper. We recycle, buy local and try to do many other things as well!

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  91. my family saves water by taking quick showers instead of baths.We turn off all lights we are not using.we recycle,and try to reuse as much as we can.Also are planning to use cloth diapers and reusable pads too.

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  92. my family saves water by taking quick showers instead of baths.We turn off all lights we are not using.we recycle,and try to reuse as much as we can.Also are planning to use cloth diapers and reusable pads too.

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  93. my family saves water by taking quick showers instead of baths.We turn off all lights we are not using.we recycle,and try to reuse as much as we can.Also are planning to use cloth diapers and reusable pads too.

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  94. We run all of our appliances at night and on cold :)

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  95. The greenest thing we do as a family is cloth diaper for sure! We are expecting our 7th baby the first week in June and have cloth diapered them all!

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  96. We Cloth Diaper :)

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  97. We recycle like crazy in our house. We have our 3 bins outside and make weekly trips to the recycling center that is 2 blocks from our house!

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  98. We recycle and I am looking into clothe diapering our next child.

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  99. We recycle EVERYTHING! And I take a reusable water bottle to work.

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  100. recycling.. and definitely plan on cloth diapering :)

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  101. We have been cloth diapering since our LO was 2 weeks old (20 months and counting). With #2 due in the next couple of weeks - we plan on starting from day one!

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  102. We recycle and try to have as little waste as possible. And we do plan on cloth diapering when the time comes :)

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  103. recycle, upcycle, use it until it falls apart :P

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  104. We grow our own produce and meat

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  105. ClassicjennawoodardApril 17, 2012 at 8:09 AM

    We use natural cleaners and recycle and try to buy organic as much as possible.

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  106. We use all natural products and recycle everything we can! We also plan to cloth diaper =)

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  107. We CD <3, recycle as well :)

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  108. We have just started cloth diapering and love it!!!!! Looking to grow our stash :)

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  109. We are cloth diapering and are trying to figure out how to run the washing machine water out to the yard to make it green. Everything is dying :( we are under STRICT water restrictions this summer thanks to drought in Texas.

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  110. We use cloth diapers and I think breastfeeding should be considered "green" no formula cans to throw away, fewer bottles to wash etc.

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  111. love cding with baby #2. Love the freetime diaper as well!

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  112. cloth diaper, reusable pee pads for dogs, compost, etc etc. :) thanks for the giveaway!

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  113. Would love to try this out!!

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  114. And one green thing we do is use natural cleaners such as vinegar.

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  115. We recycle all of our cardboard and some plastics. And very soon we will be cding

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  116. We Recycle and I never leave home without my reusable grocery bags :-)

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  117. Our family recycles cans, and we plan to cloth diaper.

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  118. we do cloth diapers :)

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  119. We grocery shop from CSAs, Co-Ops, and Fair Trade/Organic stores.

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  120. We use cloth diapers, recycle, use reusable grocery bags.

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  121. We cloth diaper, use cloth wipes, and make our own baby food.

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  122. jonasnjennlove ttcApril 17, 2012 at 7:50 PM

    We recycle paper, glass and plastic bottles.

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  123. We cloth diaper.

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  124. We made our baby food, with this baby we are going to cloth diaper and i breastfeed :)

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  125. We Cloth Diaper! (Brittany H.)

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  126. We cloth diaper and recycle! :)

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  127. We are a green family because we use cloth diapers and cloth nursing pads.

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  128. Laura Corina 1109April 18, 2012 at 8:31 AM

    use reusable water bottles

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  129. We make our own baby food, cloth diaper and recycle like crazy!! :)

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  130. As a family we recycle paper/glass/aluminum at our local recycling center. We also cloth diaper our now 10 month little girl, Piper. I also have reusable grocery bags that I use for absolutely everything..no need for any plastic bags here. Our 5yro.'s lunch is packed with reusable sandwich bags, so as you can tell no need for zip-locks here:)

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  131. we recycle all cardboard,bottles,cans,glass. use energy saving lightbulbs and i make my own baby food. we also grow our own vegetables.

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  132. Broken Hearted1989April 18, 2012 at 9:04 AM

    we recycle as much as we can in a month all together we may have half a bag of garbage the rest is recycled. Now that we are expecting we also want to Cloth diaper as well we will be breastfeeding as well...

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  133. We cloth diaper, breastfeed, drive a prius, reuse grocery bags.... :)

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  134. We compost and use cloth diapers! We also have a garden and I make my own weed and insect killer!

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  135. OOps! I accidently put Wednesday's codeword in tuesday's box and vice versa =(

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  136. At our house we do several green things, we recycle far more than we throw out, we are very conscious about conserving energy by turning lights and water off, and we also have a garden and are in the process of creating a rain barrel collection system!

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  137. We use cloth diapers and wipes, compost and recycle. I try and use "green" cleaning products, or just vinegar and baking soda! I also try and buy some of my daughters clothes at consignment stores!

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  138. New to cloth diapers. Can't Wait to make the change!

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  139. We compost and recycle and soon cloth diaper!

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  140. We use cloth diapers at home

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  141. We use cloth diapers, unpaper towels, vinegar to clean, and I use a cup and mama cloth. :)

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  142. We use cloth diapers.

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  143. looking forward to using cloth with our next baby.

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  144. We recycle and want to start cloth diapering with our second!

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  145. We recycle paper and now that we have a little one coming we are going to cloth diaper and breast feed. I am super excited! :)

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  146. We cloth diaper!!!

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  147. We recycle and plan to cloth diaper

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  148. I use cloth!! :)

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  149. love the giveaway!! hey girls!

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  150. we love to cloth diaper !! yay

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  151. We try to do lots of green things, but my favorite 'green' friendly thing we do would definitely be hands down cloth diaper. I love buying all the cute fluff!

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  152. We recycle as much as possible!

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  153. Charlotte RobinsonApril 18, 2012 at 5:31 PM

    Right now, we mainly just recycle and use containers vs. ziplock baggies. Am planning to cloth diaper though.

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  154. We recycle and are starting to cloth diaper

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  155. We plan on cloth diapering!

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  156. we are going to be using cloth diapers!!! love the giveaway..

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  157. Cloth diapering! (Well, kinda...no cloth wipes)

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  158. Kimberly 'Syers' AdamsApril 18, 2012 at 9:42 PM

    We compost and recycle, and as soon as I kick infertility's a** we will cloth diaper.

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  159. We always try and reuse things if we can!

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  160. We recycle and most of the time we cloth diaper.

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  161. I'm planning on Cloth Diapering my baby girl! So excited for her arrival in Aug!!

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  162. I love cloth diapering!

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  163. Ahem, well we cloth diaper!

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  164. We recycle, reuse, and make homemade wipes

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  165. We use cloth diapers, have a garden, recycle, and currently drive a hybrid, among other things. :)

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  166. We CD, have a garden, recycle, reuse products.

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  167. we reuse things as much as we can

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  168. We wash in cold water and cloth diaper.

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  169. I make my own laundry soap =)

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  170. We bring our own bags to the grocery store
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  171. Hi we reuse and recycle

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  172. We recycle, use hand me down clothes, line dry clothing, and safe unrecyclable plastic bottle tops and donate them to children in exchange for cancer treatment costs

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  173. Cloth Diapering for sure. I am new at it and having some issues but we are trying to get the hang if it.

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