Welcome to the Happy Holidays Nicki’s Diapers $75 Gift Card Giveaway sponsored by the Daily Globe and hosted by The Parenting Patch!
With the holidays approaching, how would you like to win a $75 gift card to Nicki’s Diapers? Nicki’s Diapers is a business founded and run by a mom. The small business was started to fill a gap in the cloth diapering services available within a local community and has since grown into a website helping parents around the United States and world.
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The Happy Holidays Nicki’s Diapers $75 Gift Card Giveaway is open worldwide. An international winner will receive $75 via PayPal in lieu of the specified prize. The Happy Holidays Nicki’s Diapers $75 Gift Card Giveaway ends at midnight CST on December 2, 2013. One winner will be chosen at random via Rafflecopter. The winner will be sent an email and will have forty-eight hours to respond. If no response is received within forty-eight hours, another winner will be chosen. The Parenting Patch and other participating blogs including My Life: A Work in Progress are not responsible for prize fulfillment. My Life: A Work in Progress was not compensated for this post.
My favorite cloth diapering store, Diaper Junction, is having a summer sale! Now through June 26 (or while supplies last), you can save 25% on all Diaper Rite products. Just click (affiliate link>) HERE to check out the sale. Don’t forget that Diaper Junction gives you 1 StashCash point for every dollar you spend.
About a year ago, I spied photos of a Facebook friend attending The Great Cloth Diaper Change at a U.S. base in Germany. What in the world is this? I thought. A Guinness Book World Record about diaper changing? What?!
At the time I still hadn’t decided if I was going to cloth diaper my son full-time or not. I’d purchased a couple cloth diapers for him, but I was still pregnant and had no idea what life with a newborn was going to be like. When my husband figured out how much we were spending a week on disposables, that pushed him toward cloth, and by 2-months old, Baby J was cloth diapered full time. Remembering the photos I saw of the Change, I couldn’t wait to attend myself and hopefully help set a new record!
Although it hasn’t been officially confirmed by Guinness yet, as of April 26, 2013, the Real Diaper Association believes we have set a NEW record of 8,331 babies being changed! More than 10,000 babies were actually changed as part of the event, but not all locations qualified, due to strict Guinness regulations. Last year, 8,251 babies were changed; and in 2011 the record was 5,026.Â It’s exciting to see a yearly increase!
Here are some photos from The Great Cloth Diaper Change April 20, 2013. I attended at the Virginia Beach Diaper Junction location, and 95 babies were changed!
(My bangs are so 1992 in these photos; it’s embarrassing. Don’t judge!)
Â Did you attend The Great Cloth Diaper Change this year?