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Monthly Archives: August 2013

Don’t air your dirty laundry! Thirsties NEW Wet Bags and Pail Liners.

We all have dirty diapers, now Thirsties has a better solution to keep them under wraps! We’re excited to introduce our new line of wet bags and pail liners in several of our popular solids and prints to add to your array of Thirsties products.

Wet Bag

Features and Benefits:

• Waterproof PUL and fully-taped waterproof seams keep messes and moisture sealed within.

• Cute, color-coordinated snap handle can be used to hang or wrap wet bag for compact storage in your diaper bag.

• Can easily fit up to 8 diapers and inserts.

• The matching zipper seals the bag and keeps odors at bay.

• Now available in your favorite Thirsties prints and solids.


Diaper Pail Liner

Features and Benefits:

• Elastic opening provides a snug fit on most diaper pails up to 54 quarts.

• Waterproof PUL and fully-taped waterproof seams prevent leaking and wicking and … Read More

Diaper Rash Help

diaper rash help
Diaper rash is a skin irritation or “dermatitis”  in the diaper area. You will most likely come across a diaper rash on your baby’s skin at some point in their diapering years. Have no fear! Most cases disappear after home treatment.

Causes of diaper rash can be traced to a number of sources, including:

  • Irritation from feces and urine. Prolonged exposure to urine or feces can irritate a baby’s sensitive skin. Your baby may be more prone to diaper rash if he or she is experiencing frequent bowel movements, because feces are more irritating than urine.
  • Introduction of new foods. As babies start to eat solid foods, the content of their stool changes, increasing the likelihood of diaper rash. Changes in your baby’s diet can also increase the frequency of stools, which can lead to diaper rash. If you’re breast-feeding, your baby may develop diaper rash in response to something
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My Case for Cloth

duowrapsnap_warmstripes_500Cloth diapering is starting to show up in the mainstream media and more and more parents are making the decision to use cloth diapers on their children whether it’s for financial or environmental reasons. Many are on the fence, maybe you’re one of them? Let me tell you why I choose to use cloth diapers on my children and why I feel that you should do the same.

I understand the extra work that’s involved in cloth diapering your child; I have cloth diapered two babies. I know that there’s laundry every other or every two days (speaking of which, I need to do diaper laundry today). I understand that there are more diaper changes  with cloth diapers too. Why would any parent choose to make more work for himself or herself when there’s an easier, more convenient approach to diapers? I’ll tell you why I did…

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Thirsties Thursday Giveaway #101**CLOSED**


Thirsties Thursday Giveaway:

2-Thirsties Duo All in One Cloth Diapers
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Febrile Seizures: What You Need to Know

The day started out normally like any other day would have started out. We ate breakfast,Worried mommy...feverish baby continued unpacking boxes as we had moved into our house the weekend before. My daughter, Kendall, was a little clingier than usual. I chalked it up to the excitement and change from living in a new house. Let me tell you, one handed unpacking takes about ten times longer than being able to use both arms so the unpacking job was put on the back burner. I started making lunch, Kendall sat at the bar top in her secured chair. She was fine, she looked a little dazed but like I said before, she was tired from the big move.

I was chatting on the phone with my husband, asking him where the thermometer was because Kendall felt really warm when I had put her into her high chair. Out of the corner of … Read More