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Thursday, July 1, 2010

July 1st-July 7th Weekly Giveaway

We're starting July off with a BANG!! This week's giveaway is featuring one of the most highly sought after cloth diapers ever sold at Nicki's Diapers... The Best Bottom Cloth Diaper!!! How Does The Best Bottom System Work:

Simplify, simplify, simplify! Many may start researching cloth diapers, get overwhelmed and quit. Best Bottoms are YOUR solution! So easy to use yet comes with lots of options so you can get a customized system for your baby.

1. Adjust front snaps to achieve the size needed.

2. Snap insert into diaper.

3. Put diaper on baby and go!

4. When baby needs a diaper change snap out soiled insert and snap clean one in.

5. Put diaper on baby and go AGAIN. The Best Bottom shell is wipe-able and can be used multiple times before washing but you may want to air dry between uses but it is not necessary.

We recommend getting as many shells as your baby poos in a 2-3 day time period (for newborns count how many explosions they have!!). We have found that poo does stay on the insert most of the time but in some cases it may not (but it will stay in the diaper cover avoiding an embarassing mess!) Three different size inserts in several different materials available. We don't believe in a one size insert. Newborns and toddlers are not the same size so in order for a one size insert to absorb enough for a toddler it will be HUGE on a newborn. You may not need all three sizes of inserts and can skip the middle size - it is all up to you! We recommend approximately 24 inserts per size.

So to make it SIMPLE you will need approx 8-10 shells and 18-24 inserts per size. How easy is that?!

Quality:

The highest quality of materials available have been selected with as much of the raw materials made in the USA as we could find. The entire Shell is made with USA-made materials! ALL of our products are proudly handcrafted in the USA at local factories helping to support the local economy and reduce our environmental impact. We use durable snaps and hook & loop, double layer of waterproof PUL creating a perfect no-leak sturdy shell with a wipe-able inside lasting for many washes.

To enter to win aBest Bottom Cloth Diaper Shell in your choice of color and closure and 3 stay-dry inserts in your choice of size, leave a comment on our blog with a link to each entry (examples: your blog post, your comment on our FB page, etc.). You may only do each entry option once per weekly giveaway. Winner will be posted 7/8. Winner must email annie@nickisdiapers.com within one week to claim your prize.

  1. Become a subscriber of the Nicki's Diapers Blog if if you already are, comment on any blog post other than the weekly giveaway.
  2. "Like" Nicki's Diapers on Facebook of if you already do, post a comment on the page (saying "commenting for the giveaway" does not qualify as a comment.)
  3. Post a comment on your Facebook page and include a link to the Nicki's Diapers Website.
  4. Follow Nicki's Diapers on Twitter or if you already do, Tweet about Nicki's Diapers.
  5. Post a fan picture on the Nicki's Diapers Facebook Page
  6. Blog about Nicki's Diapers including a link to the Nicki's Diapers website.
  7. Talk about Nicki's Diapers on a Forum and include a link to any page on the Nicki's Diapers website (counts as double entry, please comment twice for this entry!)
  8. Grab one of our buttons and put it on your blog, if it already is, let us know!
  9. Tell us one area you'd like to improve on when it comes to being more green or frugal.
  10. Tell us one thing you do (besides cloth diapering) to be more green or frugal.

466 comments:

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crys0904 said...

commented on the item of the week http://www.facebook.com/pages/Nickis-Diapers/145632806625 07/01/2010

crys0904 said...

Posted a fan pic on FB http://www.facebook.com/pages/Nickis-Diapers/145632806625#!/photo.php?pid=294734&op=1&o=global&view=global&subj=145632806625&id=1766792416 07/01/2010

crys0904 said...

To be more green, I would love to start my own compost pile. I'm in Las Vegas and it's so hot that the soil can use any help I can give it naturally.

crys0904 said...

One thing I already do to be more green is that I use reusable grocery bags and recycle, recycle, recycle everything I can!

C's Mommy said...

I'm a subscriber and commented on "http://nickisdiapers.blogspot.com/2010/06/nickis-june-and-july-mom-of-month.html"

naomir5034 said...

Commented elsewhere on your blog: http://nickisdiapers.blogspot.com/2010/06/nickis-june-and-july-mom-of-month.html

nrcurlett at shaw dot ca

C's Mommy said...

I have your button on my sidebar - http://mommysdiaperdreams.blogspot.com
mommysdiaperdreams@gmail.com

Greg and Farrell Clark said...

Commented on blog post - something ELSE I'd like to try, lol! http://nickisdiapers.blogspot.com/2010/06/item-of-week_30.html#comments

C's Mommy said...

I want to be more green by cloth diapering full-time

C's Mommy said...

I am starting use the car less and walk if we can.

naomir5034 said...

Posted comment on Nicki's Diapers FB page. http://www.facebook.com/pages/Nickis-Diapers/145632806625

nrcurlett at shaw dot ca

Josefine said...

I commented on the item of the week.

Greg and Farrell Clark said...

Commented on the FB page, not sure how to link to an individual comment???? http://www.facebook.com/pages/Nickis-Diapers/145632806625?ref=ts

crys0904 said...

Commented on ND blog FB item of the week 07/01/2010 http://nickisdiapers.blogspot.com/2010/06/item-of-week_23.html#comments

Josefine said...

I would like to improve on bringing my lunch to work more often. More frugal and better for the environment as I use reusable containers.

Krys said...

I tweeted! @twinks_tweets

varliefrog said...

We recycle, and I am working on starting a vegitable garden in my backyard

Josefine said...

I already recycle like crazy, including bringing bags of recyclables home from work. We take our trash out approx. every third week.

Greg and Farrell Clark said...

Our town just started a recycling pick-up program, so we're now recycling - feels good with the amount of paper we go through with the kids, lol!!

naomir5034 said...

Posted a comment on my FB profile with link.

http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=615867726

nrcurlett at shaw dot ca

Laura said...

"like" FB and posted comment to prove it!

Krys said...

I blogged! http://themommydance1.blogspot.com/2010/07/best-bottom-aio-cloth-diaper-giveaway.html

Laura said...

posted link on FB

katharine said...

i subscribe on googlereader!

Krys said...

Grabbed your button http://themommydance1.blogspot.com

katharine said...

i am a facebook fan!

Laura said...

commented on HH blogpost

Aimee said...

Following your blog. :)

katharine said...

we combine coupons and sales to be more frugal

katharine said...

i would love to get solar panels!!

Krys said...

I would like to start a vegetable and herb garden. I'd also like to do a garden of indigenous plants and flowers.

Laura said...

One thing I do to be more green and frugal is to make my own cleaning supplies.

Erika said...

I posted a fan picture to facebook.
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Nickis-Diapers/145632806625?v=photos#!/photo.php?pid=31074818&o=all&op=1&view=all&subj=145632806625&aid=-1&id=1090240866&oid=145632806625

Krys said...

We recycle, use non-toxic detergents and cleaners, and have done away with using water bottles.

Aimee said...

Following you on Twitter now!

Aimee said...

Commented on daily inventory update!

Laura said...

I use cold water to wash my clothes (frugal post)

deldobuss said...

We use cloth wipes as well as diapers, and try to buy used clothes and toys instead of buying over-packaged new ones.

-I also gave a shout out on your FB page!

jgm said...

I intend to start composting....although I've had that intention for a few years now :-)

Erika said...
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caedmen said...

follow via gfc and commented on the bumwear item of the week Wed. June 30

Erika said...

Posted comment on my facebook page with link to website.
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Nickis-Diapers/145632806625#!/profile.php?id=1090240866

caedmen said...

I recycle to be more green

caedmen said...

would love to improve on getting some more HE energy star appliances to be more green

Jrsygurl4life said...

I follow your blog via GFC!

Jrsygurl4life said...

I follow you on twitter!

Jrsygurl4life said...

I like Nickisdiapers on facebook :)

Jrsygurl4life said...

One thing I already do to be more green is that I recycle everything I can!

Erika said...

I follow you on Twitter.
https://twitter.com/Erikacrooks

Aimee said...

Posted about Nicki's diapers on my FB page... http://www.facebook.com/?ref=logo#!/profile.php?id=31509083

Erika said...

I recycle, use cloth diapers, use a reusable water bottle or if I have to buy a water bottle I reuse that one a couple more times before I recycle it.

Sarah DJ said...

Already a subscriber and commented on your item of the week!
http://nickisdiapers.blogspot.com/2010/06/item-of-week_30.html

Waterbishop said...

Other than cloth diapering, we try to be green by using cloth grocery bags and walking to the store instead of driving.

Erika said...

To be more green, I want to recycle MORE, I want a hybrid car, I want to stop using paper towels (almost there), eventually stop using toilet paper and paper feminine products. I would love to get "off the grid" by using solar power, wind power, etc. I'd like to never buy new materials. I'd like to reduce the amount of plastic in my life. Hmm, I'm sure there's a lot more that I can't think of right now!

Sarah DJ said...

Already a FB fan...commented on your giveaway link!

Waterbishop said...

To be more green and frugal, I would love to have my own garden once we have a house and yard. Growing my own vegetables, using my own compost and a rain barrel has always been a goal of mine.

Karen said...

posting here and commented on the facebook page - very excited to try the best bottom system on our new little one expected in february!

Erika said...

I posted a comment on your facebook page.
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Nickis-Diapers/145632806625#!/pages/Nickis-Diapers/145632806625?ref=ts

Sarah DJ said...

Just shared your giveaway link on my FB profile!

Sarah DJ said...

To be more frugal, I hardly ever buy any consumables that I don't have a coupon for, or that aren't on sale. Cloth diapers are another matter, however... :-)

Kristin said...

One thing we do right now is use reusable water bottles when we take water with us, instead of buying bottled water. Another thing I do is hang my laundry out as much as the weather permits it, instead of using the dryer.

Kristin said...

One thing I would like to do is get a more environmentally friendly car.

naomir5034 said...

To be more green or frugal, I'm not sure what I could do. I hate the amount of packaging we use but EVERYTHING comes in packaging! Perhaps buying in bulk would lessen the amount a little bit. We already recycle a ton. I could also use cloth table napkins instead of paper.

nrcurlett at shaw dot ca

Erika said...

I commented on another blog post on here.
http://nickisdiapers.blogspot.com/2010/06/nickis-june-and-july-mom-of-month.html?showComment=1278000474078_AIe9_BFtB8UCIT5jtfMMF_zPpqY8KNDQznYtCRbpHrHtJZVhZNFUxoW3ZXLMmrwTWjndyzbj-NJr2GXJ86iPgHh2CULWKbfNS97rR4ugrD0-HPXMICmcBSJVyO7Zv8oka2EOEhcmCbMmyNQM32qMFddYk_lMoeNqsM-SlnkX6A-EoUgJq2nP5KVflDmvtlvVGv2xZ4r2Sn-lTcC5h5jmgxK1RVXKnd29MOb6eHKa2z8Ltx7HS11VE4eFe2xfxRjjgQtf4U1rbFjAoFvNF-6Ifp9dsxmcGgOa3V_eIYzODbJ13p3OsTzWMymHayO2bLiKE2CWA6SAmnb0uhiSkQTc8yJP1mnNKJGzvq-NQNVT4YNhN25P9BRfNAgWigBw_zXJolQkHGCotbrQLQ3UW5oPR6OjzSO6YriCpTtO1vu3U5FqwpzFh9rNODFLCvr7h1ffz2FC_nAuRr8gWBkThqJbDT9iSzVmGm9bO-nFtCdBJxp6cnB-GmpE-NP12arhI0R3GqAcm9kVQfUH5CbbzbBPVZ04IiUUHLOMVmRwjj-ZK5kW2Uv-OIcDeU4rLmF64x9h3DsStT5-beXPWPQy02TMjWAfaBBRCudlkoyESrcNeOEpLWQU9VZImLM#c4963096670579087126

Kristin said...

Commented on your facebook page!

naomir5034 said...
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hlkeaton said...

I'm a subscriber to Nicki's Blog

hlkeaton said...

I "Like" Nicki's Diapers on Facebook

Kristin said...

Commented on a blog post!

http://nickisdiapers.blogspot.com/2010/02/essential-baby-carrier-moby-wrap.html?showComment=1278001080218_AIe9_BGUoDKjSSOUblYS9xX_rofQ8qtEH4jkV6ljgHBiHOc4Bw4IIlBfJ1pUJ3l_uDhYNMvEcJeujRuLwA2OGfbmjkCFuejL_OJdp36erCLqd8nmoiBHb_GX6Mu6poPRqIyJyYqLaNJfv4t439mkledH3OSpHby4dyfzWkztUAxudnowpmKuXcsbo3MaHCiUbiRj2FzglQjV2oxMDY63gdUOcUdL3QKUMPWL4A7rbpsAqdhRB0lqPrLqhSrZwouq97E0RAvfnv5w0EXbpX8sYbPGpSyjfZOSX_UC_YTYMdFs5FSke84wmtf-si94Vzfwci4ohfe5IO83wj7EcqY9rJbnzhwuoj0hOKE5Ll4Fe6BjOcaeSi6p3FcxyKXJ-THAsgXmweGSoVRuLjFnE6Q8xp4EM0d__wIuq9-uTJdhwy4mCteFBcCDT73eDWu34rIJg2-B9V1KO8nPcGhMZv0c-rP0YTyNl0IJcQ75iv1gkvZiA9WGvBQIzwx6LXpm-erVFQ7SkVaeXaP3WJdrUBQLpvHrEfQLT5AcI-wcnXJSdDup4oH8szXb5E5jDQCX8qtiFZ3bzOTREWWC6F05uKrdF-231V3E3Bp-hH7pB_5a_ppv5_QWCq9aaKTxtgOgZ4OpTh5exXaub3syRIhSS17q1q-JqQdDs6CWAaUMWbgFAoe12YFEPYXGtl4LR0vSn5_Pn5kHAIUP5i9IVeC7-2wq7QC5glMO-VaiMKKg71QnQD4B1ODgU-7QS-ZqHSwnTbjfUsWC26k-mLLYYvRHPzqioM9IggrfETQJpkUQp5Cq58MjO9ozBdtMkaqkmbyanjOblyPYdv2LfqshBtOx6Bf8BsTcY9Qz4Pln0_R0I_F2zlx8y_sFdCgUX55GOfoSSI7MPMpSWkNj8w_QI8IN5wS-eu0OKCN8IHK2gncuIUFfrMJySWbISJnhQdv3GJIl69jaeGnHya-hgKfdUEyy-OdqJQ3g7qF6n_w-qvvIVfTf23ys48uxvRo9W-M2yinmROLUlNn8a-m0rEdduGPW66RwCpqqvqokADIb1sXnKJWh-dsrkEYCc9soeAUvlw_L7AhtGmzjZBJUmHizMdIrxGzNH9lSi42AbqtN4avDeFwFG8Z-Ia4BfsXLoPPz2msouNAoYQ0OsiqrHColLHIVVOrDhhMyiLfGBVzL-6gEKOQl9jUTi15gnDQ5oGjRgjsQwND3uWvrjDUjwyx0EcOB7-lY5YVjLNDL4HziIv2irv1pRqGmwR1utjL1GYhJSsaLdYMQtKWODkL1ZRoELs5oenfN9Hs6gzlVZr0COQ#c1309588275824756167

Aimee said...

Posted a picture on your wall. Couldn't figure out how to post it to your photos page. :)

Katie said...

One area I'd like to improve on would be drying my clothes/diapers outside more and using my dryer less.

Kristin said...
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Carla said...

Commented on your FB page!

Katie said...

One thing we do as a family to be more "green/frugal" is compost waste and we have a decent sized garden that we get a lot of veggies out of!

Carla said...

Other green things we do: compost all of our food items and recycle everything! We also use green cleaning products & toiletries and we're really trying to cut the consumables and plastic out of our lives.

Rebecca said...

commented on your facebook page : )

Aimee said...

One thing I'd like to do to be more green is reduce the amount of paper waste we create (napkins, towels, etc.)

caridadanne said...

Commented on your FB page!

Carla said...

One thing I'd like to do to be more green/frugal is order a weekly veggie bin from a CSA!

Rebecca said...

we buy in bulk and I'm trying to collect a cd stash that will let me cd full time to be more green

hlkeaton said...

Posted a comment on Facebook, linking Nicki's Diapers!

Carla said...

posted a fan photo to FB!

caridadanne said...

I need to improve on my coupon using to be more frugal, I find them a hassle, but could save more money using them!

Kristin said...

Posted a fb comment with a link!

Aimee said...

One thing I do to be frugal is use coupons and sales for grocery shopping.

caridadanne said...

Other than using cloth diapers to be frugal, I also breastfeed (hello! formula is expensive!)and I plan to make my own baby food when he is old enough to eat real food. Then of course, using reusable bags when I shop to be a little greener

hlkeaton said...

Tweeted about Nicki's!

Carla said...

Posted in a forum with a link!

Carla said...

2nd comment for: Posted in a forum with a link!
http://community.babycenter.com/post/a23353249/best_bottoms

caridadanne said...

Put a link on my facebook page, I am already a fan

hlkeaton said...

Posted a Fan Pic on Nicki's on Facebook

Lauren said...

Just signed up for the blog newsletter.

Meg said...

I just subscribed to the blog! :)

hlkeaton said...

To improve my frugal and green lifestyle, I would like to make hanging ALL clothes on the clothesline a habit. Normally, I hang mostly just diapers and towels.

Meg said...

I posted a comment on FB on the weekly giveaway announcement http://www.facebook.com/pages/Nickis-Diapers/145632806625

Lauren said...

Made 2 posts on FB page.

hlkeaton said...

To be frugal, besides cloth diapering, I use coupons, make most of my cleaning products, and am getting ready to start making most of my body care products.

Lauren said...

Posted comment and link on my FB page.

Meg said...

What we are currently doing to be more green: recycling lots, using products with fewer/no nasty chemicals (I LOVE my sunscreen, it is manufactured using solar power!), we have our own organic veggie garden, we turn off the furnace (water heater) during the day when it is not being used so it doesn't keep heating the water all day long.

Meg said...

Something for me to improve on being more green: I have reusable shopping bags but I always forget to bring to the store :( I need to fix my brain.

Clabber Girl said...

I'm already a fan on FB, but I posted a comment today and I tweeted about Nicki's ("agrostemma").

I use a clothesline to be greener AND more frugal!

Kelly and Nate said...

Your button is on my blog.

Lauren said...

Just posted a picture of my little boy.

Kelly and Nate said...

I would like remember to take those darn reusable shopping bags to the grocery store with me. Always forget.

House of Payne said...

To be more green, I would love to have a vegetable garden and compost pile, but I live in a townhome so it'll have to wait. :(

Kelly and Nate said...

I like to shop thrift stores and garage sale. I always try to reduce reuse and recycle. I have room for improvement.

Clabber Girl said...

Tweet! https://twitter.com/Agrostemma
Facebook! "I can't wait to try this diaper"
Already a fan on facebook.
I use a clothesline to be greener and more frugal.

House of Payne said...

We use cloth bags for our shopping, we recycle, we hand down clothes (5 kids!!), we CD, and my husband rides his motorcycle to work when the weather permits. :)

Kelly and Nate said...

I commented on facebook.

Amy Ebert Haggerty said...

Commented on your FB page

Ashlee said...

I commented on your FB page and asked a question about the BumWear Diapers.
"would the Bum Genius or Haute Pocket inserts work in these?"

dannyscotland said...

I posted a comment on your wall, stevens

dannyscotland said...

I have your button on my blog

dannyscotland said...

I use reusable bags at the grocery store.

Lauren said...

We do several things to be green and frugal. We compost. We used to make our own laundry detergent but switched to Charlie's Soap when we got diapers. We use cast iron skillets and griddles, buy used kids clothes and toys, use cloth shopping bags, recycle everything we can, buy local produce, meat and eggs, and I'm learning to can and freeze.

Lauren said...

To be green and frugal I BREASTFEED!

BabywearingOlyMama said...

I'm a fan on Facebook!

Lauren said...

To be more green I'd like to improve the insulation in our house. It's an old farmhouse and has next to no insulation in the roof.

BabywearingOlyMama said...

To be more green and frugal, we have switched from commercial soaps to hand made, organic soaps in our household.

Huikyong said...

Comment on FB

Huikyong said...

became a fan on FB

Ashlee said...

I have had a button on my blog for almost 2 years now.

Huikyong said...

to be more green we use reusable zippered snack bags instead of plastic, CD (of course), try to give away stuff i don't need instead of throwing it in the trash, Try not to use plastic containers.

Ashlee said...

We use cloth wipes as well as cloth diapers to help be more green. We also purchased energy efficient appliances (front loaders washer & a good energy rating on the dishwasher and fridge). I also try to walk to the bank on nice days and save gas and pollution emission.

Ashlee said...

I'd like to be more "green" in our cleaning products.

Oh, and I forgot another thing we do is use reusable grocery bags and diaper pail liners

Blair said...

Already a FB fan and left a comment on your page.

Blair said...

Posted a comment on my FB along with a link to your website.

Blair said...

I would like to recycle more and one day be able to grow my own veggies, but right now I don't have the yard space.

Blair said...

I use green products to clean my house.

Nisha said...

I commented on the item of the week (I'm already a subscriber to the blog via Google Reader).

Nisha said...

II'd like to start using cloth napkins in my house to be more green. I know it's not hard, it's just with 3 boys and one on the way (and MESSY eaters) it will be a bit of a battle at first...

Nisha said...

One thing I do (besides cloth diapers) to be green/frugal is opt out of all catalogs and junk mail whenever I can.

Beau said...

I would like to be more green by getting an Energy efficient washer and dryer.

Sarah said...

I tweeted: http://twitter.com/ILoveClothDipes/status/17510210606

girottih@yahoo.com

Sarah said...

I use real plates instead of paper, and I've switched to cloth pads as well.

Courtney said...

I'm planning to use cloth wipes as well as cloth diapers when the baby is born - to help the environment and my pocketbook!

a said...

I follow the blog and commented on an Item of the Week.

http://nickisdiapers.blogspot.com/2010/06/item-of-week_23.html?showComment=1278008541412#c3650128673387931259

Amy said...

I try to wash most things in Cold water and re-use ziploc bags to be more frugal!

Amy said...

I would like to try to compost more. We are very good about composting green matter but not brown.

a said...

I like on FB and commented on the JJ Cole inventory update, 5th comment.

The Carrolls said...

To be more green - I would like to line dry laundry more - I know its great for freshness & stains - but I hate the CRUNCHINESS.

The Carrolls said...

We are very frugal - I never turn down a hand-me-down. Most days I look at my girls and think, "wow- I did not buy a single thing you're wearing"... from top to bottom, even diapers!

a said...

Comment on my FB with a link.

http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=682116277&v=wall&story_fbid=109737059075779&ref=mf

a said...

Following on Twitter and tweeted.

http://twitter.com/librislibertum/status/17514299038

a said...

Posted a photo on the FB page.

http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?pid=6305246&id=682116277&op=1&subj=145632806625&view=all&aid=-1&oid=145632806625&comments&ref=mf

Dee said...

I just became a new fan on facebook

Dee said...

just became a twitter follower

twoofakind

Dee said...

I also have a garden and use my own veggies

a said...

Blogged.

http://middlegroundmom.blogspot.com/2010/07/short-review-of-nickis-diapers.html

Dawn said...

Love to follow Nickis' on facebook....posted a link to my page.

Have started making own wipes, gardening, and more up-cycling!

a said...

Grabbed your button for my blog:

http://middlegroundmom.blogspot.com/

a said...

I'd like to do better with using my reusable grocery bags. I forget more often than not.

onetallmama said...

I commented on the Rockin' Green review
http://nickisdiapers.blogspot.com/2010/06/rockin-review-rockin-green-detergent

a said...

I'm buying most of my perishables from local growers and producers. We're saving to buy part of a grass-fed pastured cow and we're also growing a lot of our own food too.

onetallmama said...

Posted a comment on FB page in response to the question of preference over one-size or sized.
Pamela Miersma Olson

onetallmama said...

Linked to Nicki's Diapers on my FB page
http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1042375813

onetallmama said...

I follow NickisDiapers on Twitter @onetallmama and tweeted (but don't know how to link to it, it was in reply to this giveaway tweet)

House of Payne said...

Posted site on my facebook page!! http://www.facebook.com/?ref=logo#!/cyn.payne

onetallmama said...

I would like to improve on my green practices by planting a garden again and becoming a part of a CSA.

House of Payne said...

Following you on Twitter!!

onetallmama said...

To be more green and frugal we don't use paper towels, plates or napkins. We also store all food in glass as opposed to throw away plastic ziploc containers. I'm still working on cutting out plastic bags.

Danielle said...

We are going green by using reusable shopping bags, walking to the store, planting a garden and then bottling the harvest, and not turning our evaporative cooler on unless it gets to 80 degrees inside. We already cloth diaper and use cloth wipes!

Hannah said...

I follow your blog and commented:

http://nickisdiapers.blogspot.com/2010/07/june-17th-june-23rd-weekly-giveaway.html#comments

Danielle said...

Posted a comment on my Facebook!

http://www.facebook.com/?ref=home#!/profile.php?id=1402510841

Hannah said...

I like Nicki's Diapers on Facebook and commented:

http://www.facebook.com/pages/Nickis-Diapers/145632806625

Hannah said...

Your button is on my blog (moltoscherzando.blogspot.com)

Danielle said...

http://nickisdiapers.blogspot.com/2010/06/item-of-week_30.html?showComment=1278016836226_AIe9_BG_e2fmzJk41MMLLPk-0JeYhbZuo_vuHUYquGV0i61glFnZkfOhotwCsuMZYM66gBk94hOrCjYnmCSXjuIwSakrBYuw6U3zTH10kzVPcQuvK1AU9OpoI-eJlkoC6GPay0eCPkATMvoMTXwX1Askyv5N_ec664DZaIZAZtjiXXc1kunPV-MQlJ5Zi7ldVs3Ln6eVjIKp2Pt0aX_GpN2Z3qLcVur_Q51gGvCqwJEXPgXbSRO7Nb0q0d9d2i0uhGHr5u09HOlwAzfuxnx4qoCj8LamOj2r8F_MANcnvM2dmUUFkM4-t-UJjSn99_P03QFanULRfCPURXzvkOPHgBFrF05x3orwGQKTFlZ1wox5bh0ZMkxzrWEKnb30xmS5pt-ahVmDKe6tfN5NTJOOj_fwSiAHbzyE4Oay9MyWI-
Posted a comment on the item of the week!

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Hannah said...

I would like to be more green by having a bigger/better garden to grow more of my own food.

Hannah said...

Besides cloth diapers, I am green by having a compost pile.

Hannah said...

I posted a picture on your facebook page.

http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?pid=4360163&o=all&op=1&view=all&subj=145632806625&aid=-1&id=515062437

Cori said...

Posted your button on my blog!
http://cori-onedayatatime.blogspot.com/

Cori said...

Following your blog now!

Cori said...

Posted a pic on your FB page!

Cori said...

I am making my own wipes now and using some reusable!

kristen said...

I just talked about Best Bottoms to my Momslikeme friends and put in a link so they can see for themselves!
http://twincities.momslikeme.com/members/journalactions.aspx?g=501075&m=12795061

kristen said...

I commented on Rockin' Green detergent!http://nickisdiapers.blogspot.com/2010/07/june-17th-june-23rd-weekly-giveaway.html#comments

Dani said...

I follow your blog and I commented on your item of the week post:
http://nickisdiapers.blogspot.com/2010/06/item-of-week_23.html

Dani said...

One thing I would like to do to be greener is using less paper towels/napkins and more reusable cloth instead.

kristen said...

I posted on Nickisdiapers facebook page BEFORE i even knew about this giveaway!!http://www.facebook.com/pages/Nickis-Diapers/145632806625?v=wall&story_fbid=119794748065558#!/?ref=home

Dani said...

I currently use green (seventh generation) cleaning supplies in my home. Its better for the environment and healthier for my family.

kristen said...

just posted a link on my facebook page, and I have lots of mom friends on there!
Link


Super excited about my newest cloth diapers called Best Bottoms!! check 'em out!http://nickisdiapers.com/catalog.php?category=1899
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kristen said...

we use HE appliances, ALL of them, we use flourescent lighting to save power, I only use Bioclean for all my household cleaning, and biodegradable laundry soap (Rockin' Green). We Recycle everything! our recycling can is bigger than our garbage can! Once while changing my baby's diaper, a woman stated that she would never have time to wash diapers, and my 6 year old said, "Well, will you have time to clean up the world?" That's my girl!!!

Tiffany said...

Just posted a comment on facebook.

Tiffany said...

We use natural safe cleaners like vinegar, lemon juice and baking soda.

Tiffany said...

I just tweeted about the give away!

Tiffany said...

I would love to start composting it would be great to add to our plants and garden.

Lauren said...

To be more green, I would like to start using cloth wipes more often, use my reusable shopping bags more often and get my family to turn things off when they are not using them. I would also like to convince at least one friend of how awesome cloth diapers are!!

Amber Edwards Cooking Adventurer said...

I commented on my Facebook page about the Bestbottom diapers, with link to the bestbottom diapers at Nickisdiapers.com

http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=664131460

The Virnig Family said...

Facebook fan!

The Virnig Family said...

I follow

The Virnig Family said...

One thing we do to be "frugal" is use coupons and "play the drugstore game" - like using register rewards and extra care bucks at Walgreens and CVS to get free products. We never pay for shampoo, toothpaste, deodorant, etc.

The Virnig Family said...

Once we buy a house (next year when I finish school and we know where we'll be - hopefully Madison!) we want to start growing our own garden and composting to be more green. We just don't have the space in our condo with no backyard!

a said...

Linked to Nicki's Diapers on Mothering.com forum.

http://www.mothering.com/discussions/showthread.php?p=15579953#post15579953

a said...

Second entry for posting on a forum.

erica said...

i like nicki's diaper facebook page. i just found it today!

Missy said...

subscribed to blog

Missy said...

liked on facebook

Missy said...

following on twitter

Missy said...

i'd like to create less waste.. we're going to start taking our recyclables to the nearest center (more than an hour away, but near hubby's work) and hopefully starting a worm bin to do some indoor composting in our apartment! and of course cloth diapering with our next baby would be a HUGE part of that..

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