Friday, December 14, 2012

Blue Disco Dot Givaway from Irresistibly Green!!!

wet bag cloth diaper giveaway

As 2012 comes to a close it is time to get your groove on with the last giveaway of the year from Irresistibly Green!

Celebrate the coming new year with a blue dot disco package that includes a Wahmies Deluxe one size pocket diaper and two matching wet bags.

The Wahmies Deluxe with Hydro Assure is a one size pocket diaper with a bamboo viscose insert and a bamboo lining on the interior of the diaper.  The Regular size measures approximately 13" x 15", and will hold up to 6-8 diapers, depending on the size. The large wet bag measures approximately 16" x 20" and can hold an entire days's worth of cloth diapers. The large bag also has a durable handle with a clip for easy carrying or hanging on a bar or door handle.

This funky matching set is a great addition to any stash!
Total value: $54.95

This giveaway is open until New Year's Eve.
Enter to win below. Open to U.S./CAN. Must be 18 or older. No purchase necessary. Void where prohibited. Giveaway Ends 12/31/2012.

*Bloggers are not responsible for prize fulfillment. Prize ships directly from Irresistible Green.


  1. When I realized I could wash every 3 days instead of every 2 days. Before that, realizing I could wash every 2 days instead of daily! - I had a newborn that pooped a lot!

  2. My proudest cloth diapering moment of 2012 was when I realized I liked flats after all. I started practicing part time elimination communication with my 10 week old baby and flats in covers are the perfect diaper for us when we EC.

  3. My proudest moment was when I realized I could cloth diaper. I was very nervous about it and it was great to finally feel confident.

  4. When my husband agreed to it! It took a little convincing for him to get over the yuck factor.

  5. When my sister had absolutely no money and no diapers for her baby, and I was able to loan her some cloth, and she liked it so much, she's thinking about switching!

  6. My proudest moment was choosing to cloth diaper!

  7. I was most proud when I finally got my mother to stop complaining about being forced to use cloth diapers when she had the kids over for the day. She still thinks they're inconvenient, but she's stopped overtly protesting at last!