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Pregnancy & Infant Loss Awareness

How very quietly you tiptoed into our world, silently, only a moment you stayed. But what an imprint your footprints have left upon our hearts. ~Dorothy Ferguson 

Stephanie Daniel, here. I am honored to highlight this important topic today on the Thirsties blog.

October Pregnancy & Infant Loss Awareness Month

The month of October is dedicated to many important issues in our society, one that is tragically relevant in our parenting community is that of pregnancy and infant loss. It is estimated that 1 in 4 women will experience a loss at some stage of pregnancy, and many parents mourn children who have been born but left their arms too soon. Indeed, if you have experienced this type of loss, you are not alone.

pink and blue heart for pregnancy and infant loss awareness month

Each family will walk a unique journey in how to cope and heal from their loss. And each may differ from the one before. Some families … Read More

Do You Make Your Own Baby Food?

All three of my children have been breastfed exclusively up until around 5 months.  At this point I started offering rice

cereal, which was mostly breast-milk with a little rice cereal mixed in for texture. None of them were crazy about it and I only fed them a little here and there when I was in the mood. Rice cereal has very little nutritional value and I didn’t want to fill them up on empty calories so I found that I rarely felt like it was worth cleaning up the inevitable mess created when they spit out it anyway.

Once Lauren, our first who is now seven, was old enough to start trying fruits and vegetables, I decided that I wanted to try my hand at making my own baby food. While perusing a popular parenting magazine, I came across an article about preparing and freezing individual portions of … Read More

Thirsties Thursday Giveaway #82 ***CLOSED***

Thirsties Thursday Giveaway #82:

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Going Green Beyond Cloth Diapers

Here at Thirsties, Inc., our innovative spirit takes no breaks! We are always innovating, always blossoming with new sustainable diapering ideas, and always working towards new ways to decrease our carbon footprint.  Our business model is about so much more than earning a profit.  In addition to offering a green consumer product, we believe it is equally as important to keep the environmental impact of our business to a minimum in order to protect the future of our babies.

Here is how we do it…
• Our warehouse is 100% powered by wind energy.
All carbon created in the transport of Thirsties products is 100% offset by Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs).
• All fabric and components are sourced as locally as possible, thereby cutting down on unnecessary transportation (not from China).
• All cutting and sewing is completed locally as well so as to keep transport … Read More

Our Mission: Make It Easy and Affortable For Every Family To Choose Cloth

The mission of Thirsties, Inc. is to make it easy and affordable for every family to choose cloth while simultaneously investing in our local economy and sustainable business practices.

We are committed to building our business in a sustainable manner by focusing on the health of our babies and the environment.  Only the best USA-sourced components are chosen for our products in order to reduce our carbon footprint, to help support domestic textile mills and our local economy, and to ensure that Thirsties diapers will last wash after wash. We are committed to creating only the highest quality products and dedicated to providing exceptional design and unparalleled performance while saving you money.

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