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#ThirstiesRoadTrip

I don’t know about you, but some of my favorite childhood memories are of family roadtrips. Whether it is a day trip or an epic cross country drive, roadtrips are a great way to captiolize on the best things about summer, family and fun. This is what Thirsties new print, Road Trip, is all about!

#thirstiesroadtrip

At Thirsties, we believe anyone can cloth diaper anywhere; so to celebrate next week’s release of Road Trip, and to spread cloth diapering awareness, we’re hosting the #ThirstiesRoadTrip Challenge. We want to cover the map and social media with cloth diapering goodness!  Cloth diapering families, bloggers, and retailers are invited to take selfies with Thirsties cloth diapers by their favorite local landmarks or simply add the #ThirstiesRoadTrip logo to one of their favorite family travel pics and post it on social media. Don’t forget to use the hashtag #ThirstiesRoadTrip and remember by participating in … Read More


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Our daughter is now 19 months old. One of the cool things about this age is that the clothes (and, to an extent, our daughter!) are leaning away from baby-ish stuff. Less onesie-style tops mean regular shirts and tees. Add this to the heat of summer and that means showing off our cloth diapers!


I’ve noticed online that there are differences of opinion about whether or not little ones should go places without pants (ie only in a top and diaper, maybe a pair of sandals). Some think that they’re only babies and there’s no harm in it; others don’t feel kids are “fully dressed” this way and it’s simply not appropriate.

Well, there’s no right or wrong answer. As with most things in parenting, it’s totally your choice and there will always be someone to disagree. Ain’t THAT the truth?

In our case, if we’re heading to visit someone’s Read More


Thirsties All in One

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I haven’t seen a movie in an actual movie theater in awhile. When I say “awhile” I actually mean a super long time. Like, before our son was born…and he’s going into kindergarten in the fall. Pretty sure it was Toy Story 3 (and, man, did I bawl!).

But this doesn’t mean that our family doesn’t watch movies. Our older son (and, now, our daughter, who insists on doing EVER-Y-THING he does and more) sees old Disney movies at his grandparents’ houses and we have a handful of family-friendly fare we keep on hand.

By far our kids’ new favorites (and, in turn, our new favorite) are usually high quality (no scary stuff), just the right length, super inexpensive, and fit into our schedule wonderfully. We just pop some popcorn, pull up some blankets and pillows, and dive into PBS Kids Family Night every Friday on the PBS Kids Read More