Saturday, March 7, 2009

*ENDED* *3 WINNERS* Newborn Giveaway #8 - Bagshot Row Cloth Diapers


When I was growing up my mom used prefold cloth diapers with my brother and sister. I specifically remember sloshing yucky poop around in the toilet, and, more specifically, I remember HATING the whole idea of using cloth diapers. So, when my first son was born and I started hearing about cloth diaper usage being on the rise again, I had to figure out why in the world these modern moms would even consider such a thing. Here is what I found.

Options - You are no longer limited to flat, boring, rectangular prefolds. These are, of course, still an option, but now you can choose from a plethora of reusable options.

* Fitted and Covers - shaped like a disposable, you combine this with a water proof cover. These can be made of absorbent bamboo, flannel, or other fabrics. Covers can be anything from fleece to PUL.

* All In Ones - These go on and off just like a dispoable with either velcro or snaps.

*Pockets - These are very similar to the All In Ones except that the absorbent portion of the diaper is removeable for more thorough washing and faster drying.

Style - You cannot even begin to image the fabric and color options that are out there. If you have a little girl, just imagine the pattern of your choice, or a beautiful personalized design poking out from under her dress instead of plain ole Pampers.

Convenience - You already wash clothes everyday, so adding a small load of diapers every couple of days is no big deal. This also means no more running out to the store when you realize you only have 2 diapers left!

Money - Although the initial investment is a bit larger than traditional diapers, the long term cost pays off quickly. Bagshot Row has the best fitted diapers, and they are one size. So you buy one stash of diapers, take good care of them, and you're set for the duration of diapering of at LEAST one child, possibly all of them!

Two of the highest quality diapers I have tried is the One Size Fitted and Tucked In All Night from Bagshot Row Bamboo. There are no closures on it so you can use a Snappi to truly make the fit custom. From newborn to potty-trained, it fits like a glove every time. The prints offered are just gorgeous, and with 12 layers of absorbency in the One Size and 14 in the Tucked In All Night, youll never have to worry about leaks. Plenty of Mamas let their little ones go coverless during the day because the absobency is so steller. Also, included with every diaper is a doubler. This is a steal, and I have yet to see another Mama who includes so much with her diaper purchases!

Bagshot Row has also added some new fun to their diapers. They are now offering their classic with fabric embellishments, like the one you see here. These are so adorable, and I hope I get the chance to try one soon!

Have you ever thought about trying cloth diapers? Or maybe not, but this post has intrigued you? Then enter to win 1 of 3 Bagshot Row Custom Diapers! That's right... I know, there is supposed to be one winner per day. So here is how today is going to work. Bagshot row is our ONLY sponsor for today! They are the exsclusive. They are offering us 3 diapers and the winners get to pick them. I thought about making this one big prize, but I really want to spread the cloth diapering love, and more specifically the Bagshot Row love, so 3 lucky families will be winning 1 diaper each.

How To Enter: Go to Bagshot Row's website and then tell me why you would like to try this cloth diaper. {INCLUDE YOUR EMAIL ADDRESS}

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Rashmi, a Bookworm Mom said...

I like their new doublers system is perfect for those who require lots of absorbency, but want to cut down on the bulk. I've never used cloth diapers before, but these look great!

Thanks for this great giveaway!
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Brendan Keller said...

I would love to try this cloth diaper because there are SO many designs to choose from! How fun is THAT!?!

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The Brown Family said...

Heather, I'd love to try a BSRB because they look so squishy and I've heard so many good things!

EllyBean said...

I would like to try these out as they are more inexpensive than other top brands out there and I always like recommending affordable and great products to my friends!

Thanks for such a great giveaway!
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Maryann said...

I love that they are made from Bamboo and that they are so darn cute. I am building my "stash" and would love to add one of their designs to my collection. mehmig from BTB

Abby said...

I would love to try these! We are part time cloth diapering and I am trying new styles and varities. These are very cute and there are so many choices!
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Sarah said...

I would love to try these because we are just starting to cloth diaper and are still trying to find our favorite! I would love to try the blue & yellow stripes!
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Dee said...

I've decided that I'm going to cloth diaper this baby and these are really cute! I want to try out a few different kinds and this would help me make up my mind! They look like they're really absorbent and would be easy to use!

Thanks for the chance!

Jenny said...

I would like to try one because they seem like they would be absorbent enough for my heavy wetter! We use cloth diapers, but are still looking for one that doesn't leak overnight.

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Allie said...

I use cloth but I have my stash- I would love to try these for the next baby though, I love velour! These are the cutest prints without too high a price!

Jeff said...

The best way to clean cloth diapers is to pre-rinse them off in the toilet using a Bathroom Bidet Sprayer. So convenient and if you are trying to help the environment (and your pocket book) you can give it a double whammy by virtually eliminating toilet paper use, at the same time as you benefit from using it on the diapers, by using it on yourself. I think Dr. Oz on Oprah said it best: "if you had pee or poop on your hand, you wouldn't wipe it off with paper, would you? You'd wash it off" Available at www.bathroomsprayers.com they come in an inexpensive kit and can be installed without a plumber. And after using one of these you won't know how you lasted all those years with wadded up handfuls of toilet paper. Now we're talking green and helping the environment without any pain.

Erin, maker of chimes said...

I'd like to win them so that we could give them a try. Been thinking about it a lot and just didn't know which would be the best. These look like they'd really not be as bad as cloth diapering sounds initially.

Mel Fraase said...

I have actually been looking into buying a starter set of cloth diapers. These are SO cute!!

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Madeline said...

They are all so cute! And, I love that they are organic bamboo. Bamboo is so absorbent and soft!!

Amy, Jared, Cadance & Brody said...

I would like to try them because they are organic and oh so cute!
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Emily B said...

I would like to try them first of all because I have no experience with cloth diapers and think it's a more environmentally friendly option. Secondly (along the same theme) I love that these are made from bamboo, sustainable and soft.
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The one thing I noticed about the Bagshot Row site is that apparently every style is sold out!

CassB said...

I think having natural fibers against the baby's skin is great! I love the double doubler system!

A Psych Mommy said...

I love BSRB! I have one that I've been using and it's one of my faves. I love how soft it is and how it is one size so that it will grow with my son!

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Kelly said...

I would love to try these diapers because they are so adorable and we can always use diapers to add to our stash!

Kaitlin said...

I'd like to try them because their designs are gorgeous, and at only $20 each they're quite affordable.

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Maggie said...

I would love to try these diapers. My daughter is due in 2 weeks and I am planning on using cloth, but this is my first time with it and the chance to try new kinds of diapers would be awesome. Thanks for the giveaway!

Stacia said...

Love the new cut on these! I have an older one, and one newer one and can never seem to get more since they sell out so fast. Li also loves them!

jenn said...

I've been dying to try one of her Tucked In All Night diaps. Alex has been in sposies at night and I'd love to find some cloth that works well.

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Heather M said...

I love that there are so many layers! Extra absorbency is definitely what my Little Girl needs at night... 22 months old and sleeps 14-15 hours at night. She definitely needs some extra padding, Right now we're sticking a maxi pad in her diaper at night! it's working, but I'd much rather try a cloth diaper! Thanks

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Sue D said...

I think cloth diapers are better for the child and the environment plus these are so cute with so many designs to choose from
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Meredith said...

I am a huge environmentalist and have always planned on using cloth diapers. These are neat.
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Shanna said...

I would love to try these diapers because they are absorbent for heavy wetting but not bulky

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BUSY BEE said...

I would love to live a greener lifestyle for my baby! thanks

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EJW said...

We're having a new baby and using cloth from the beginning with this one, so we'd love to try some different types.

Heather said...

I'd love to try this because they're not as bulky as prefolds!

Kari said...

I'd love to try these for my nephew! My sister is already using cloth, mostly bumgenius but these are so squishable and cute, I know she'd be sold! I too used cloth but my baby is 5 :) Thanks for the chance!

paula h said...

I want to enter because it looks so soft and more comfortable than disposable.

Annette said...

I would love to try these fitted diapers. My diapers have been through 4 kids now, so we could use new ones.

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melissad.williams said...

I would love to win one of these diapers because the fit is so adjustable!

Melinda said...

i love cloth!!!! I really want to try other diapers, I'm not crazy about my stash right now :(

Upstatemomof3 said...

Aside from the cuteness factor. I would really like to try these because they are the only ones I haven't tried. ANd I have heard they are excellent.

Amanda said...

I would like to try out this diaper because I have been cloth diapering for a month and have only tried 3 different kinds of diapers. I do have some hemp inserts for pockets which I really like. I would love to try the Bagshot Row diapers because they are bamboo. Also, I do not have any fitted diapers although I do have a couple of wraps for prefolds on the way. So, it would be perfect timing to try a fitted diaper as well. :) Thanks for the chance to win!

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Heather said...

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I have a daughter and daughter-in-law. I used diapers and really believe in NOT USING DISPOABLES!!

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Heather said...

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I would like to win this b/c they look both soft and beautiful designs.

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Heather said...

Liza767

I would like to try these cloth diaper because of the fabric they are made out of. I have felt bamboo fabric and it feel nice :)

Heather said...

Shannon

I have two in diapers so I'd love to give cloth a try. These are nice looking.

CassB said...

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Crystal said...

I want to use cloth for my next child and would love to give these a try - awesome reviews on them.

kenan and tree said...

i used cloth diapers with both of my kids. My daughter is still in diapers, re-using the same diapers i used with my son 7 years ago. i have only ever used cotton prefolds with covers, and would love to try a bamboo fitted! Gorgeous diapers!

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giggling kids said...

I would love to try the cloth diapers because diapers are so expensive. There are some adorable prints of the cloth diapers.

vboackle said...

i have a new grandbaby on the way and this would be better on the skin.

Em said...

looks like a great diaper because the fit is so customizable. no more millions of snaps for dh to figure out :)
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pinkveganmiso said...

I want this diaper because it's organic and because it's a trim fit. My baby looks like he's got a load in his diaper even when he doesn't

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Mommy Daisy said...

I love all the cute prints, and I can't wait to try cloth diapering on my next baby.

Sara Cross said...

I would LOVE to try these cloth diapers. My daughter has VERY senstive skin and when it comes to diapers, it can make it worse. We tried seventh generation, thinking they were also eco friendly-come to find out they are not.
thank you for the chance to enter.
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Chloe said...

They look much more comfortable for baby to wear. :)

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Celeste said...

Well, I wouldn't be the one using these - if I win, I'd give this to a pregnant friend. I would love to introduce cloth diapers to her - since they are cost effective (and cuter, I must say!)

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Buki Family said...

we will probably move to africa before #2 comes along and we wont have disposible diapers if we even want them, so i will need to learn how to do the cloth thing.
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lace said...

I've yet to try cloth and would love to. These are super cute ones. I think they'd be a great for a first timer.

Andrea said...

I'd like to win this diaper because they look like they would be so comfortable for baby to wear.

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Kim said...

I would love to try these! i have only used prefolds and never tried a fitteds, but would love too! Thanks!

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MissHeather said...

I LOVE the different patterns they have!! I've got all kinds of different brands to try on my little one and would LOVE to try bagshot row on him/her Awesome giveaway!!!

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Kyndra said...

I would like to try bagshot cloth diapers because they are naturally antibacterial and made of a renewable resource, bamboo! Thanks for the giveaway.

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nanja said...

Grandaughter is due to be born in April. Would love to try these, it is so economical Thanks
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April said...

I would like to try these because I've heard a lot of good things about cloth diapers and these look great!
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Amber said...

I would love to try these because we were about to make the switch to cloth and I love how these are onesize and are so cute.

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The Reeves Family said...

your diapers look squishy soft and i love the tons of prints you offer, very stylish!
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sydneysmommy0 said...

I have been shopping around for cloth and these look great. I am ready to make the change and I would love to start with these. I love how they are custom fit with so many fabric options. Thanks
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lezanac said...

I have never used cloth diapers before but need to save money now more than ever

missy-wpg said...

I'd like to try these because they look very nice and I have heard a lot of good things about them !

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Diana D said...

I'm of the age where cloth was all I knew. I have 3 nieces pregnant now and if I wear to win this I would include it with their gift. Thanks for having the wonderful giveaway.

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Amy said...

We were thinking of using cloth diapers, so this would be a great way to try out...not to mention all of the cute designs! Thanks for the chance to win!

Holly said...

We do use cloth diapers, but these are the cutest I've ever seen!! Thanks.

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Xenia said...

Like you said, your review intrigued me and I would like to give these diapers a shot. I haven't tried cloth diapering but have heard good things and would love a way to try it without jumping completely in. Plus, there are so many cute designs to choose from!

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Valerie said...

I love their prints, especially the Lovey Lotus print. And I love that they are super absorbent but not bulky!

Rachel C. said...

These diapers are super cute and they have a nice folding tutorial on their website. I'm due with my first in 6 weeks and am planning on trying to cloth diaper, so I'd love to win! Thanks so much!

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glamagal said...

I'd like to try them because of the cute fabric selection.

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trixpixel said...

I've been trying to convince my sister to try out cloth diapers. Store bought ones don't even work all that well.

Tylerpants said...

We go through so many diapers daily, would love to try the cloth option!

Kaycee said...

I would love to win this because I am expecting baby #2 and would love to cloth diaper this baby! I love that they are made of bamboo! I dont have any cloth diapers for this baby yet and this would be a great start! Thanks for the chance.

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Jill1 said...

SOLD OUT is on my choice, Bagshot Row Bamboo Ultimate Fit--A Little Boy's Imagination.

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I would like to try this cloth diaper because it looks very interesting!

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