Congratulations to all of our February giveaway winners!
For the Blessed Nest Nursing Pillow giveaway:
Blessed Nest was created when Heather Anderson’s friend, Donna, asked for Heather’s help in designing a nursing pillow that would fit her needs. Donna had a very active and wiggly baby and a painful cesarean incision, and the pillows she’d tried did not feel comfortable.
Heather put her creativity to work and designed the very first Nesting Pillow, and Donna loved it so much that the two decided to make it a business. Heather is proud that Blessed Nest “was founded in friendship, love and motherhood.” One of the best things about Blessed Nest is that their products are made in the US by mamas just like you!
Blessed Nest isn’t just a business, though, it is a natural family living community. The women of Blessed Nest have collaborated with several other nurturing-minded parents to bring you a blog full of natural family living goodness. The Blessed Nest Perch has articles on child safety and wellness, family health, holistic nutrition, and more.
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The Hanging Wet/Dry Bag is the perfect portable solution for a selection of both dry and wet cloth diapers, clothes, towels, or swimsuits. One side is a zippered waterproof bag for wet or dirty items, and the other is a dry zippered pouch. It can hold 20-24 cloth diapers, and the handles make it portable and easy to hang over a doorknob or hook.
Planet Wise is a family company, run by mama Nicki Maynard and her husband, Jesse. Planet Wise offers many sizes and styles of wet bags, diapering and breastfeeding accessories, reusable snack bags, and the Best Bottom Diapers system. The company prioritizes being environmentally and socially conscious.
They’ve sourced as many USA-made materials as possible and made sure that they meet the highest safety standards, and their products are all manufactured in a local, women-owned facility. Employees are encouraged to prioritize family time through flexible schedules and bringing young children to work. All the products are reusable and have been designed to replace disposable items which help to reduce waste that ends up in the landfills.
You can purchase Planet Wise wet bags, wet/dry bags, reusable snack bags, and cloth diapering and breastfeeding accessories online at PlanetWiseInc.com or at other stores locally and online using the international store locator.
Wet bags start at $9.50 for the small size. The Hanging Wet/Dry Bag is $29.99.
You can also check out the Best Bottom diapering system at BestBottomDiapers.com. It features snap-in inserts with a colorful PUL shell.
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Swaddlebees and Blueberry Diapers have been offering a variety of cloth diapering styles and accessories since 2005. Swaddlebees diapers were created by a mother, Margarita McClure. McClure wanted to offer fun and stylish diapers to the cloth diaper community. In 2007, she began her super trendy line of diapers sold under the name of Blueberry diapers. The company offers All-in-Ones and pocket diapers as well as flats, prefolds, and fitted diapers with separate covers. They offer many different materials, fabric colors and prints. They also have a line of feminine products called Pink Daisy and the Buggy Bagg diaper bags.
You can purchase your own Blueberry Deluxe Laundry Bag Tote at Blueberry. The bags retail for $34.95 and shipping is available worldwide and is based on mailing address.
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- Follow Swaddlebees on Twitter.
- Follow Blueberry Diapers on Twitter.
For the Milk Nursingwear giveaway:
Elisa Minsk Hartstein was inspired to create Milk after the birth of her first daughter in 1997. She appreciated the functionality of nursingwear, but she found it lacking in style. Elisa wanted to feel attractive and fashionable, and so she launched Milk’s predecessor, Expressiva Nursingwear. She ran Expressiva for seven years until selling it and creating Milk.
She is proud of Milk and of what sets the company apart: excellent customer service; fresh, modern styles; support for mamas and female entrepreneurs; and a comittment to responsible and ethical business practices.
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