Thursday, September 6, 2012

Giveaway for the Real Diaper Association Survey

All Cloth Diapering Families, We need your help!  


The RDA (real diaper association) has released a survey about cloth diapers!  Their goal is to get over 10,000 responses in order to get an accurate picture of current cloth diapering practices!  They are making progress but we need to help spread the word!  

The survey is located at: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/2012GreatClothDiaperSurvey

It is for ALL current cloth diapering parents (no matter how many you use per day).  The survey instructions say it will take you 15-20 minutes to complete, however it took me much shorter.  Even better you may win prizes for participating!  


To help attract interest, we are doing a giveaway for an Aliens Sample Pack which includes 1 Shell (Omni/Echo and Hook and Loop or Snaps), 1 Dry Touch Pod, 1 Bamboo Pod, and 2 Packs of Wipes!




Thank you so much for participating!  

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146 comments:

  1. Cloth diapering newborns & toddlers

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  2. Very Cool! Always happy to provide my input for a worthy cause.

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  3. Cloth diapering for dummies and Cloth potty training diapers

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  4. Can you use cloth diapers before the umbilical cord falls off? Practices for heavy wetting toddlers that sleep 12hrs over night.

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  5. Same as aperry...newborns and toddlers!

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  6. can't think of anything specific, i've already learned a ton from this blog :)

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  7. I liked the post about container gardening. Maybe more green living choices or fun eco finds.

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  8. I agree with Melissa.. -- Cloth diapering for dummies!!

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  9. Best way to travel with cloth diapers without taking up the entire car.

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  10. Combating stinkies and laundry tips!

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  11. How to avoid leaks in the leg.

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  12. Love to see info about potty training and cloth diapers and EC.
    jbang0331(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  13. cloth diapering when out for an extended time (and keeping the smells contained)!

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  14. Cloth diapering while traveling long distances.

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  15. I'd like to see wash issues addressed

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  16. would like to see an easy wash routine for HE front loaders

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  17. Washing routines and stripping
    sabrina radke

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  18. Hmm.
    I would have to agree w/ some of the PP.
    Good washing routines, for all water types. I have hard water. . . and for some reason I have to rinse my diapers A LOT in order for them to not stink when peed in. . .
    Maybe a stink catalog? :P

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  19. I'm always looking for front loader washing tips and tricks!

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  20. Cost of initial start up with cloth.

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  21. Info to help with that "barnyard" smell when diaper is wet...I have been dealing with this a long time and nothing seems to help

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  22. cloth diapering on the go....i have three in cloth but we use sposies when we are out and about :(

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  23. Would love a tutorial with pictures for replacing soft bums elastic

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  24. Great questions. Eager to see the results!

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  25. Nighttime diapering for Heavy wetters! Every time we come up with a combination that is dry come morning it works for a short time and then he is soaking through again :(

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  26. Great ssurvey. Would love to see a blog post about saving diapers/storing for 2nd baby

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  27. How to store diapers for a longer period of time!

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  28. How to prevent rash from overnight use on a heavy wetting toddler.

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  29. diaper stripping- and what to look for when buying used diapers!

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  30. I would love to see a
    Comparison of washed diapers using hard vs. softened water and troubleshooting. I have hard water which makes the bamboo crunchy :(

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  31. I would love to see info on diaper rashes, stripping diapers, and cloth diapering newborns :)

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  32. I took the survey and would love these for our new little guy coming VERY SOON!

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  33. Diaper striping and how to avoid rashes with overnight use

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  34. Your comment spam thingy is very irritating. It took me EIGHT tries to publish my comment. Makes me not want to leave comments on this blog. :-(

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  35. Took the survery and would love to see more about diaper stripping.

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  36. I would love to know what the process is to select prints and fabric. :)

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  37. Storing clean diapers :)

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  38. dealing with overnight diapers stinkies :p

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  39. I would like to see cloth diapering a newborn addressed... i am sure it has been before but I am currently pregnant and plan to use my softbums on a newborn :)

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  40. How to get DH excited about CDing!!

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  41. Trying to build my stash. At my current rate I will be cding my second child after the first is potty trained.

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  42. CD a toddler/cloth trainers and wash routine for HE front-loader with hard water

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  43. Potty training/cloth diapering when staying the weekend at other peoples houses- the do and don'ts.

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  44. We <3 Softbums!!! The only CD we use. We tried other diapers just to see if they were as great as Softbums. But I guess we are just snooty booties!! We HATE the other CDs.

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  45. Cloth diapers and travel. How to make it practical and not too much extra luggage, since now we have to pay for airplane baggage! Also, how to launder when traveling with cloth diapers...

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  46. More information about cloth diapering a newborn. I would love to see some options

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  47. Traveling with cloth diapers.

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  48. preventing rash overnight

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  49. Any posts that are cloth diaper related are wonderful!

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  50. How wash routines might need to change with the age of baby. Washing newborn BF diapers is a different animal than toddler ammonia diapers!

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  51. Night time diapering at different ages/stages.

    (Rachel N on raffelcopter)

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  52. I'd like to see something about potty training using cloth. Hard to find something that still has diaper absorbency but works like a pull-up so they can easily go by themselves. lgw394-at-aol-dot-com

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  53. All the different pods and how/when to use them.

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  54. * making Soft Bums work with 2 in diapers of different sizes, ie- a newborn and a toddler.
    * diaper storage that doesn't cost a bunch or take up a ton of room, & is functional

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  55. pictures of all of the different pods on different sized babies!

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  56. Cloth diapering bigger kids. My 2yo is 35 pounds, hard to find a good fit.
    Catherine Bedford

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  57. cloth diapering with a sitter, my mother in law takes care of my boys while I am at school and I want her to feel comfortable using cloth diapers while I am away. She used them on her kids but so much has changed and she thinks they are so much work still.

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  58. how to avoid leaking at the legs especially for overnight/heavy wetter - our toughest problem so far with our softbums.

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  59. I would like to see how people manage without all the CD wet bags and things on trips and outings......basically on a very limited budget :)

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  60. How to ensure a good fit. Why does the middle bunch so much that it leaks on the cover and then you can't use the cover again?

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  61. Cloth diapering two babies at different stages (ex: a newborn and a toddler) at once

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  62. Best way to CD a toddler and a newborn.

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  63. The best way to cloth diaper 2 children of different ages/sizes at once.

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  64. Using cloth when it's more challenging, like convincing a daycare to use cloth, or cloth when traveling. Some posts about detergent would be good, too—when to use more or less than recommended, and whose recommendations to follow. All of the recent tutorials for replacing elastic and velcro have been great.

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  65. Fixing hook and loop. Keeping the smells out.

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  66. Smells, newborn diapering.
    Carmon
    kalidescope101@yahoo.com

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  67. Diaper laundry and night diaper solutions are my problems right now.

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  68. MORE INFORMATION on hmmm after 3 years in cloth .... how to break the diaper addiction

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  69. Different ways for folding cloth diapers (prefolds and oldschool cloth diapers that were simply sheets of cloth).

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  70. Dealing with rashes and infections.

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  71. how choose diapers based on LO body type (chunky legs vs skinny etc)

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  72. Cloth diapering while potty training

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  73. How to prevent leaks and what to do about rashes.

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  74. You know, when your CAPTCHA is so difficult that a computer-saavu commenter with perfect vision has to try it at least 6 or 7 times to get a comment posted, it might be time to get a different one. Or set your comments to be moderated. That was ridiculous.

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    1. PS I am subscribed with a different email address than I am entering with. It's magickmoon73 at yahoo dot com

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  76. I agree, laundry tips are more then welcome!

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  77. cloth diapering and daycare! Having a had time finding a cloth friendly daycare in the twin cities :(!

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  78. Thanks! Actively using but always learning.

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  79. I'd love to see more info and pics at the top size range of your diapers. My LO is nowhere near the weight limits, but has outgrown almost all of our diapers due to her lovely leggies! I'm intrigued by your sizing and I've never seen one in person!

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  80. Tricks to sizeing quickly when you have two in cloth so you dont need two different stashes to accomadate two sizes.

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  81. Due in 8 weeks so excited to CD

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  82. I would like to see a post on how to correctly store away cloth diapers when I'm not using them. Just got out of my newborn sizes and I don't know how to put them away and keep them nice.

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  83. We love our SoftBums! But I would love to see a blog post about how to "teach" a babysitter, grandparent, etc, to be comfortable with cloth diapers. I feel I always end up on a soap box talking about WHY we've chosen to use cloth diapers... I just need some basic pointers to give to care providers so they know 1) how beneficial they are and 2) how easy to use they are.

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  84. I would like to see more information of different types of washing powder and how clean they get the diapers.

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  85. Suggested wash routines for HE washers and hard water.

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  86. i would like post on a safe homemade laundry detergent that is safe for my softbums, and that is also suitable for hard water

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  87. I would say more about potty training!

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  88. I'd like to see a post about Best brand for start up stash!

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  89. I would looove to see something to help me out with washing diapers in hard water! :) Thanks!

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  90. Getting the best overnight fit with softbums.

    jsapalio at yahoo dot com

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  91. Cloth diapering a toddler! We had so many issues with leak and diapers that became way too bulky to try and stop them!

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  92. EC for dummies... what is it? how early to start? how do you do it?

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  93. I'd love to see more info about cloth diapering at night for a heavy wetter with really sensitive skin!

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  94. dealing with rashes and cloth diapers

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  95. I'd like to see information on laundry routines and stripping.

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  96. I second the idea's about potty training and cloth. Also, out and about while using cloth.

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  97. A comprehensive guide to prepping all types/brands of diapers. I'm working on such a document, and it is SO time-consuming because not all manufacturers put the info out there - and sometimes the care tags in the diapers conflict with what they say on their websites! Some say to use Tide or Gain and others say using such detergents will void their warranty. It makes me want to pull my hair out!

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  98. hoe to keep cd-ing as simple as possible

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  99. Cloth diaper troubleshooting posts (stink issues, rashes, etc.) are always helpful!

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  100. I'd love to see a blog about traveling with cloth diapers!!!

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  101. Washing tips.
    Buying used guide.
    Nighttime diapering

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  102. Night time diapering

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  103. Night time diapering and how to safely buy used diapers

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  104. Debunking the myths around diaper "Stripping"

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