Guys, I am pleased to have my first guest poster today AND our first ever sweepstake! I’m super excited to bring you this post from my talented, smart, and beautiful identical twin sister. Read to the end for your chance at some free stuff! Here’s Joanna:
Just to prove that we are in fact related to The Pintester…
This is me with my beautiful baby girl. She is 20 months old now and super smart, with a great sense of humor, just like Auntie.
And like Auntie, I love Pinterest but tend to meet with limited success on actually carrying out pins. Most notable was probably the mug cake that ended up tasting like chewy flatulence.
But I do have a favorite board on Pinterest, full of ideas and products that I have actually tried over the last wonderful two years — cloth diapering. I am by no means a cloth diapering expert, but I have found what works for our family! Namely, what works for our family is saving money (and maybe like the Earth and stuff).
That being said, there is certainly a learning curve with this stuff. Here’s my first attempt at cloth diapering a tiny butt:
It got some better after a while:
And eventually almost normal-looking:
Another part of the cloth diaper learning curve was, unfortunately, learning to keep the stink down.
Hey, y’all, babies kinda smell, and they ooze a lot. I don’t put on real clothes until right before I walk out the door because it reduces the risk of getting pooped, peed, barfed, or snotted on. I’ve actually considered wearing a shirt with “just a little bit” of pee on it to work because “it will dry by the time I get there.” To my coworkers: Yes, I do find that disgusting in retrospect, and no, I didn’t actually do it.
Some cloth diapering fails from our house (graphic poopiness below):
- I bought this hilariously ironic skull-and-crossbones laundry bag marketed to college students. Then, I expected it to work well at containing the butt funk of a baby who pooped half her body weight every day.
- During “transitional poo” phase, wherein the baby gut gets used to solid food, Daddy actually vomited once while depositing the poo in the toilet. I was not impressed. In fact, I was not nice at all. So then, Daddy had to clean up transitional poo and transitional barf.
- After the vomit incident, I would come home occasionally to find poopy diapers waiting for me next to the toilet. Sometimes I would find them only when I set out to discover why my whole house smelled like litterbox.
But overall, it’s been a positive experience, and I’d say we’ve nailed it… or at least fastened it securely enough that it won’t fall off.
Thanks to Rockin Green for sponsoring this post. At our house, we keep cloth diaper stinkies under control with Classic Rock detergent and a little Funk Rock in the prewash!
So after that touching story of poo diapers from Joanna, I know you all are ready to try the magic of Rockin Green! It’s not just for poo diapers, either. It’s for all of your clothes (especially the stinky ones). All the readers of Pintester get a 15% off coupon, courtesy of Rockin Green. Just go to the site and order some soap and use coupon code “pintester” (without the quotes).
One lucky commenter on today’s post will also win a $50 gift certificate for Rockin Green soap! The sweepstake is open from right now until Friday, September 7, 2012 at midnight Eastern time, so comment until then for your chance to win. Be sure to leave me some way to get in touch with you so that I can let you know you’re the winner and get your mailing address for the gift certificate! One entry per person, U.S. residents 18 and older only, please! No purchase is necessary. Odds of winning are based on number of entries.
Winner will be notified via the method of contact you leave in your comment by midnight on Saturday, September 8, 2012. If a response is not received within 2 business days, a new winner will be drawn.
Jesus. A give away contest. Really? Unfollow.
I am so EXCITED about this post! I am 6 months pregnant and am planning on using cloth diapers when my little one gets here! I also enjoyed the 3 comical tidbits of advice I have to look forward to. I am ready to try Rockin’ Green soap as well! Keep the informative, hilarious pins coming!
The Pintester Guest Poster had me at the name Joanna… 🙂 Another great post, ladies!
The Pintester Guest Poster had me at the name Joanna… 🙂 Another great post, ladies!
Firstly, this post was great…obviously, the sense of humor runs in the family! Second, why is someone going to complain about a giveaway? So yeah, she’s advertising for a product, but who cares? You get the chance to win something free, and she gets the chance to make some money. Besides, if she’s pushing a product that actually works, that’s awesome, because I can’t tell you how many times my clothes have come out of the wash still funky. Anyways, keep the post coming! Love your stuff!
This made me remember my 1 day I tried cloth diapers!LOL…….. Nice to meet you Sis. Good Wishes for your colaberation
omg!! you ladies are fantastic!! lol! I laugh at every post and pic that is on your blog! it’s great to have a giggle everyday! 🙂 thanks so much for being the “tester” of so many pins! email address is [email protected] (just in case I’m the lucky winner) 😀
Thanks for the coupon code 🙂 I was told the other day how fabulous this product is, can’t wait to try [email protected]
You have my respect for using cloth diapers! That was something my husband and I could never manage with our two children (15 mos apart). Thanks for the coupon code! Now I can use the soap to keep my son’s uniform shirts clean and stink free! (not an easy thing to do since my husband bought ALL WHITE!)
ha! Love the “fails.” I’ll be trying out cloth diapers for the first time soon too, as soon as my new baby girl is big enough for the one-sized ones I have!
I tried cloth diapers. But my 7 month old is now in Pampers. I hate laundry, sorry Mother Nature…[email protected]
I hereby nominate Godhelpus to win the Rockin Green soap gift certificate.
No poopy diapers at my house. However, I have a 14 year old nephew playing football and he stinks! Well, maybe not him but his uniforms and that outside smell of of grass, dirt and sweat is vomit [email protected]
I love RnG! I love it for my pets and for my bed sheets and towels, and not to forget to mention, when the kids get sick. Ick! You can contact me at [email protected] Thanks for the opportunity to win!
My little guy just turned one. I finally feel like I know what I’m doing with the cloth diapering. Oh and he is my third baby! LOL Still haven’t tamed the Stank Beast though; I would love to try some Rockin’ Green!!hfoutz at yahoo dot com
I giggled through the whole post! We love our RnG! I read the message boards about washing issues and see the crazy “cold rinse first, then add vinegar, then warm soak, then add soap, then pre-rinse, then wash, then stop the washer, wait 10 minutes, blah, blah, blah”. We have NEVER had issues like that and we have used RnG from the start
sweetjulz Definitely! I tried other stuff, and Rockin Green kicks poopy tail with just a simple wash.
It’s reading posts like this that make me even more sure I won’t be having kids! Poop, puke, snot – my sensitive gag reflex just cannot take it.
I love RnG! We use it for our daughter’s cloth diapers too.
Thank you! You just made me laugh so hard i cried,!(sorry to your husband). Thanks for the entertaining blog!
I’d like to try cloth diapering when I have kids, but it’s kind of daunting to me, [email protected]
no poopy diapers here, but i could use some awesome detergent! i work at a BBQ and i fear i will forever smell of smoked meats…[email protected]
New post from Pintester = hooray!
New post from Pintester about poo = ew.
Product that could reduce stink factor in husband’s laundry = awesome!
I’ve always wanted to try Rockin Green (on my stinky clothes, no cloth diapers here)! Consider me entered :)thegirlietomboyblog at gmail dot com
ooh! We CD, too and have found it ridiculously addicting. That first pic of your babe with a giant prefold sticking out is hilarious. And I have found myself coming home from work wondering WTF is that SMELL??? Stank dipes are the worst! I didn’t know there were CDs on Pinterest. I must investigate…
Haha, love this post! Kind of intimidated to cloth diaper but we are definitely considering it!
I hope to get the chance to try using cloth diapers!
[email protected] is my email. I love that first cloth diaper pic…made me giggle.
My husband and I love cloth diapers (by love I mean, appreciate as much as someone can appreciate a poop catcher)! We use a yuck bucket for dirty diapers, but as you pointed out, kids can be mega stanky! I haven’t tried this soap, but now it seems as if I need to!!! thanks for the post!
You are awesome! We never even attempted pre folds. To scary! I have been meaning to try rocking green adn would LOVE to win! [email protected]
We love RG! sarahskirpan at gmail dot com
I have been looking for a good Green Detergent!! Would love to [email protected]
We are just starting on our cloth diaper adventure, would love to try this!
My hubby works in a factory, and thus far we haven’t found anything that can take the smell out of his clothes. I also have a 4 year old and a 2 year old that is attempting to be potty trained. I might just have to order some to see if it will get the smell out of all of their clothes. jessicawebb88 at gmail dot com
I love your writing and I also enjoy winning things! Consider me entered
Thanks for the comment love! 🙂 I had fun collaborating!
I love your writing and also enjoy winning things! Consider me entered!You can message me via Facebook should I be the lucky winner.
I love your writing and I also enjoy winning things – consider me entered!I can be reached via Facebook message – thank you!
I remember and I understand. I thought the washing machine was supposed to magically clean all the dirt and stink from clothes. It doesn’t. My husband is taking meds that change the smell of his sweat. I’ve been using bleach to get out the stench. Not very green-minded.
I love Rockin Green!
We do cloth diaper but have never tried Rockin Green. I’d love to try it! [email protected]
We cloth diaper. It is a stinky job.
I love my cloth diapers! I’ve never tried Rockin Green but I’ve heard great things about it so I’d like to try it.
Lots of respect to those who use cloth diapers!
No cloth diapers here….13 year old football playing, weight lifting, wrestling, sweaty, stinky boys in my house. What is it with boy funk?? Especially puberty boy funk!! My husband is a mechanic. How does it work on grease stains?I’d love to try it!!
I’d love to try Rockin Green. Thanks! dan031082 (at) gmail.com.
No cloth diapers here….13 year old football playing, weight lifting, wrestling, sweaty, stinky boys in my house. What is it with boy funk?? Especially puberty boy funk!! My husband is a mechanic. How does it work on grease stains?I’d love to try it!! kareeg @ windstream.net
KareeGilman My son is 12 and the boy funk is nasty, isn’t it? I hate it when he has friends over and closes his bedroom door. Then the funk is multiplied by however many are crammed in there. 🙂
Ooh, I would love to win! We use cloth diapers, and have hard water. So I’d like to try some free Hard Rock soap. lingomonkey at gmail dot com
ooo…pick me, pick me! julie_rushton at hotmail.com
omg. I never fed my baby those foods that made his poop smell horrible!! I’ve had five kids now and it still almost made ME hurl. We skipped carrots and sweet potatoes all together. Thankfully he loved squash and pears which weren’t bad….and he is allergic to practically everything else.Thank you for the giveaway! (sassymommax3 at yahoo dot com)
I’m pregnant now with my first child and planning to use cloth diapers. The tip about the regular laundry bag is helpful b/c I could see myself also being drawn to something with skull and crossbones. I’ll try a container specifically made for cloth diapers.
Duh, [email protected] b/c I could use the soap were I to win it.
KungFuAlex Check out my cloth diaper board on Pinterest for the bags I ended up with. They rock!
This is awesome! I don’t cloth diaper, although I seriously considered it. My name is also Joanna (hence the username) and I also have chirrens.
I’d love to try Rockin Green…I’ve got a 9-year-old boy who comes home from school with food on his shoulders (don’t they have napkins there–and why his shoulders I haven’t a clue)! My 3-year-old daughter thinks she has to keep up with the boys on the playground, so her clothes keep stains on them. Not to mention my husband, the post-workout grand master funkmeister! My name is Stephanie and my email is stephiej28 at gmail.com
My boyfriend is a 3rd degree black belt in Tae Kwon Do, unfortunately the school he takes classes at does not have air conditioning. So he comes home a SINKY mess! I’d love to try Rockin Green, hopefully it can get the funk out of his uniform! Can reach me at maireach at gmail dot com. Thanks!
I’d love to give Rockin Green a try. No diapers any more (thank God), but I do have 3 kids. 2 cheerleaders, a 12 yo boy with the accompanying boy funk who takes Tae Kwon Do and my husband who is training for a marathon. Lots of stink around here
Love Rockin’ Green! [email protected]
i too know the joys of cloth diapering! my favorite poo story is after nursing the sweetling to sleep, carrying her all the way to her bed and laying her down before i realized she’d poo’d all over herself, my shirt, and left a trail in the hallway. GRAND TIMES! lol.thegrimtuesday at gmail
lol. One time I took my son to the er bc he had horrible diarrhea and a fever and wouldnt drink anything. So you know how they put the thermometer in the baby’s butt? They did that and he took that opportunity to let it fly. And I do mean fly. It was projectile poo. It got all over me and I promptly handed my baby over to the nurse, ran to the sink in the triage and threw up blue vomit. So I can relate to baby poo induced vomiting.
lol that first cloth diapering picture was totally me with our first CDed [email protected]
We totally tried cloth diapers with our first. However, after the first few days, we just couldn’t stick to it! Plus the grandparents bought us a bunch of disposable ones, so we ended up just using those!
I can’t believe you have an identical twin!!!! Does Joanna have an identical sense of humor?! Frreakin [email protected]
I have a 3 week old newborn and plan on cloth diapering as soon as I get rid of all the disposables people keep on dropping off at my house. I am actually excited to cloth diaper! That is awesome you have a twin sister, because so do [email protected]
A cute baby & a prize giveaway all in one post! True excellence!
My diaper days are over. Now I have a dog that just doesn’t quite make it to the yard :([email protected]
I’m trying to transition from disposables to cloth. This will really help.Jen . Lopes at gmail dot com
Awesome giveaway! We used cloth diapers and recently started potty training with cloth trainers, and we use nothing but Rockin Green. I’m amazed that something that gets pooped on daily is still white and unstained after 2 years! I love this stuff!
I have an 8 month old baby girl. We’ve been cloth diapering since she was 6 weeks old and I LOVE Rockin’ Green. The watermelon scent is my fav! I’d love a chance to wash the poo outta diapers for freeee for a little while. And by freeeee, I mean washing diapers 3x a week minus the cost of detergent for a few [email protected]
Toot story is hilarious. We have CDed for 22weeks now. And love it. I love your real take on the learning curve! An RG rocks!
I wanna win!
what is it with the (otherwise awesome) husbands? I’ve been wanting to try RG! Thanks for the sweepstake. mlr72 (at) yahoo (dot) com
Hahahaha…chewy flatulence indeed. I made some of that for my lunch guests today. Don’t really want to know how that all worked out, but I’m guessing my guest list will be shrinking drastically.
holy frijoles. this is an awesome give away! fingers crossed… 2kafinated (at) gmail
Cloth is definitely a learn as you go process. I’ve been waiting for the day that my husband throws up from changing a poopy cloth dipe. He can’t even be in the room with me while i’m changing our son out of a poopy diaper. I especially love when he watches the baby while I’m at school because I come home to a stack of dipes on the changing table and that oh-so- butt-fresh/ammonia smell wafting through the air. MMMM… Fingers crossed on the Rockin’ Green! [email protected]
I’m totally looking forward to my future baby rocking some cloth diapers as well! It seems daunting but so very worth it…after all, that’s how my parents raised me 🙂 then again, they didn’t have a choice back in the day in China lol
Oh man! Hahaha hubby and I are due with our first baby in February and I have been interested in cloth diapering for a long time. (I like saving money too.) I am so terrified that all of my CD experience will end up like picture numero uno, plus or minus poop all over everything. Yay, I’m going to be a fail! I really like this idea of a give away. And even if I don’t win… send your sister my way for some comedic relief and diapering tips! Hehe. [email protected]
This is so cool. I didn’t even know you had a twin. Cool. I wish i had a a twin, so i could have ditched school. 🙂
I am also cloth diapering when I pop this kid out in the next few weeks. I hear great things about Rockin Green. Do this twin sister have her own blog about her misadventures in cloth diapering and [email protected]
My son is almost 9 years old…we don’t use diapers, but that kid sure knows how to get dirty and stinky! The Rockin Green sounds great! I’m off to use my 15% off coupon, now! S.mercer1 @ yahoo.com
I never tried cloth diapers with my baby. It seemed like every 5 minutes I was wiping up something that came out of her mouth, i did not want to attempt trying to keep the other end clean. I love your blog…. I literally run to the computer to check to see what you have posted. Keep up the awesome testing!
BrittanyThomas Yea forgot my email…. [email protected]
I’ve heard some great things about Rockin Green and I’d love to give it a try! No one ever tells you how much a 2 year old’s pee can stink!! Yuck!I hope I win so I can try it! [email protected]
I like soap.
I just started cloth diapering my 9 month old and I love it so far. I did get some Rockin Green in Motely Clean to use and I love it! I am so glad to know I’m not the only one who struggled while learning, sometimes his butt is so fluffy his clothes don’t fit, but I’m getting it!
I love that I switched to cloth diapers, I only wish we’d done it from the beginning because I’m so cheap. Now I just need to battle the ammonia smell a little better. Might be time to switch to Rockin Green.
We love our cloth diapers and funk rock…have been wanting to try rockin green detergent!Laurenacquaviva @ gmail . com
We have a blanket that my son loves but has been peed on. We can not get that smell out for anything! I would love to be able to try rockin green to see if it will get the smell out!
Way back when my wife and I had babies, we HAD to use cloth ’cause there wasn’t the easy breasy disposable diapers there is now. And no Green soap either. We had a pail with a lockable lid, but no matter how many times you dumped out the poo and washed those things by hand before putting them in the pail for later laundry, opening that lid was cause for wearing a gas mask! One time when my wife was at work and I was being a good daddy at home by myself, I changed my son’s diapers. I cleaned him, powdered him, and made cooing sounds at him while doing it. He started crying. I tried to feed him, to burp him, he had on a clean diaper so I couldn’t figure it out. He cried for about an hour non-stop. I thought maybe he had another wet diaper so I went to change it. And that’s when I found I had pinned the diaper to him! Diaper pin with the little swan head was stuck right through his leg. I still feel so guilty. I told him about it on his 30th birthday. He looked me right in the eye and very seriously said, “I remember that.” I felt about 3 inches tall and thought I have to be the worst father ever. Then he laughed and said, “Really, Dad, really? Did you expect I would remember something from when I was 3 months old?” “Well,” I replied, “I do.”Great blog. Keep up the pintesting!Ken – http://[email protected]
Oh how I applaud your efforts with cloth diapers – I tried many things with my baby, but cloth diapers was just one of those things I could not do! Maybe it was me remembering trying to change them on my little brothers! Good for you! (and the enviroment!)
I love environmentally friendly cleaning products!I also love your blog! Keep up the great [email protected]
Props for cloth diapering! I would have liked to try that with my second baby, but ended up having twins and the thought of twin cloth diapering was just a wee bit overwhelming. Now with 3 kids under the age of 7 I still do my fair share of laundry… and by fair share I mean DAILY. I’ve been making my own laundry soap for the past year or so, but would love to try some earth friendly soap that I didn’t have to make by the bucket load!
Forgot my contact info, sorry! Email: [email protected]
I used cloth on all 3 of my kids, My first was the only one that was sucessfully in cloth 24/7 though.. I stopped with my second after 2 years and my 3rd has some, but we haven’t really used them in around 4months. lol I have a ton of prefold pictures like that from my daughter until I learned i couldn’t fold a diaper to save my life. lol the covers were too small so prefold was hanging out everywhere. lol terrible. lol Glad it sounds like you aren’t having any problems!
Awesome, poop and puke…doesn’t get much better! Never heard of Rockin’ Green, I am going to go over to their website and check then out. Thanks!! Lisa [email protected]
Long time reader, first time writer here. 🙂 How exciting! I’ve been wanting to try Rockin’ Green. Here’s hoping I’ve got some good luck with me today! My email is [email protected]
I’d like to try some Rockin’ Green!!! [email protected]
My kids are all grown, but man! I would have LOVED a good soap! Now I have dogs, cats, birds & a husband stinking up my house!
With 6 kids, I’ve got some major stinky “funk” going on at my house. I’ve been wanting to try Funk Rock and Rockin Green for a while now, so between the 15% off and the chance to win a gift certificate, the days of stinky diapers and blankets are coming to an end! e-mail: bumblebee97030 @ yahoo . com
I LOVE Rockin’ Green. We switched over after using Charlie’s for about a year when my daughter started getting some suspicious sores in her diaper area — I did some research and found that Charlie’s has been known to react with ammonia and cause ammonia burns on some babies. I haven’t had any problems since we made the switch to RG. My email is erinking5 at gmail.
Can’t wait to try this stuff, the old hubbies sports stuff gets a little stank on it from time to time. Keep on testing, love the site.
Christymae2 at yahoo
Love Rockin’ Green for our cloth diapers… and the Funk Rock? AMAZING! I like Lavender Mint Revival and would love to try the hard rock version if I win- my local store only carries classic.
I love rockin green! [email protected]
Awesome to find out you’re also an identical twin!! Addicted Pinterest and now even more addicted to Pintester. @MadSkid – Twitter
So cool…great [email protected]
Never tried this stuff but am dying to! Wow you’re getting all growed up offering giveaways and everything ;)heathershores @ gmail.com
I’ve never tried this detergent either, but I would love to try it before my kiddo is out of cloth diapers.
i tried rockin green last year, ordered a bunch of different samples of different scent detergents, and i loved them !! email is [email protected]
We use Rock’n Green too! I need to get some Funk Rock though. [email protected]
I would love to try this!!! email is [email protected]
Oh man could we ever use this! I have seriously considered cloth diapering but I nearly vomit when our 3 year old has a poop accident. If I don’t have some gloves handy I just throw the really bad ones away. I could see cloth diapering our infant as just a form of ultra-fancy disposables for me. Infant poop is way better than kid poop but sheesh… plus we’re all allergic to fragrance so if we forget to throw some vinegar in the wash things get pretty stinky. My husband and I have funk level codes- Funky- low, FUNK- medium, Funkasaurus- high, Funkasaurus Rex- really high, anything above that and my husband just starts singing the entrance music for Brotus Clay from WWE. I know to just pretend I can’t hear him when he walks in and starts singing “Somebody call my momma! Somebody call my momma!”
Oh, I guess I should leave my email address in case you can’t send messages on facebook– sevendaytrial at gmail dot com 🙂
With a stinky husband and two boys, I need this! blahbloblog(at)gmail(dot)com
We’ve considered cloth diapers, but I’ve been worried I would seriously muck it up. Glad to know someone else has been there before!
Am I a lucky commenter?? 🙂 This sounds amazing!Squince2 AT gmail DOT com
We love Rockin’ Green in our house too! lindseygalvez at gmail dot com
I just love this site. Brightens my Monday mornings (in this case Tuesday). Never tried this rockin’green you speak of, but would love to! kaitlyncamille at gmail dot com
I <3 your blog! And this diaper post made my day. jenny_jalapeno at hotmail dot com
Love this site!!
I have yet to try a cloth diaper specific detergent because I am too cheap. My house probably smells like a litter box. Pick me Pick me! teneisha dot by dot design @ gmail dot com
Ha! This is hilarious. We also use cloth diapers and have been since K was born. They’re great, and I wouldn’t change it. But I totally agree that scooping poo from them is totally gross. And yes, I also try and make my hubby dispose of said poo as much as possible, since I do it everyday. Email: [email protected]
That is too funny! I love your blog :)email: [email protected]
I also had Adventures in Cloth Diapering. I thought what the disposables did to baby tush skin was kind of scary.
I would like to win 🙂
We love cloth diapering at our house. And I’d love to win this prize. amanda dot norvell at gmail.com
I’ve never laughed so hard at work. “Daddy had to clean up transitional poo and transitional barf.” How come I don’t feel real sorry for Daddy?
My LO is 6 months and I think we’ve gone through almost all of that now! And we LOVE Rockin Green! [email protected]
oo, I’d love to win some free soap! Thanks for the giveaway!
Love Rockin Green! My girls are 12 months apart, so the only way we could afford to diaper them was to cloth diaper them!! 🙂 bpike128(at)gmail.com
I would definitely like to try that soap! [email protected]
Oh Dear Lord I need something to take the f’ing stink away!!!! [email protected]
How funny! I was too impatient with cloth diapering, but want to try again with our next. [email protected]
No way I’m brave enough to try cloth diapering. I barely have my act together enough to keep us all in clean clothes as it is! But good LORD we could use some de-stinking laundry detergent around here. I swear I should just throw my husband’s workout clothes away, Ga-ROSS! jenellebelle (@) hotmail (dot) com
Oh, man. I’m so flipping glad I’m done with that whole pre-potty trained phase. Don’t miss is even a little. I would love to try this Rockin Green stuff out on the funky, sweaty kid clothes. They grow and you just trade one set of smells for another…..sallybway (at) suddenlink (dot) net
Your blog has me snorting at work again – love the guest Pintester (PinTwin)! Rockin’ Green sounds impressive and with potential-baby-poo-action in my future I will need all the help I can get! Would love to give some away at the multitude of upcoming baby showers (Twitter: @Amalthea22).
1. I have an identical twin too2. I cloth diaper my kids – I’m actually on #2 and my first is potty trained. Wait til you really get to toddler pee. It is seriously gross.So I win 😀 right? [email protected]
i’m a new cloth diapering mama and love the $$ saved but the stinks — oy. not a fan. i’ve tried a few “homemade” detergent recipes with mediocre success — i just recently decided to try a few sample packs rockin green and have been VERY happy so far.
Thank goodness my kids are all young adults now, so I don’t have to change diapers, but I still do their laundry, so this would be a + for stinky clothes.
Thank goodness my kids are all young adults now, so I don’t have to change diapers, but I still do their laundry, so this would be a + for stinky clothes.
I never win, but here is my email: [email protected]
I love this stuff! It really does work y’all! :)My email is – [email protected]
I run five miles every morning in the Florida heat and humidity. I destroy my running clothes with my boob sweat and butt crack stank. I take my foulness to a whole other level of awesomeness when I get home and chase after my family members who flee in horror. Rockin Green I bet you will do a swell job on my smelly clothes, plus free shit is way [email protected]
The adventures of cloth diapering are so much fun! 🙂 [email protected]
I <3 cloth diapering and my first time looked like that too!! :)[email protected]
I have 3 children, ages 8, 5, and 9 months, and a husband who likes to work on cars. In tbe heat. Gross. I would love some non chemical way to not have stenchy clothes for my family. I don’t want my kids to be the stinky kid at school… [email protected] 🙂
I thought I’d have kiddo #2 potty trained and out of cloth diapers by the time #3 arrived. Ha ha ha! We could use all the cloth diaper detergent we can get. 🙂
My hubs refuses to do poppy dipes, he is however the one who gives the kid the food that makes his poo nonploppable, so he has been subject to going to his truck in the morning and being greeted by a diaper filled with poo on his drivers seat :). [email protected]
I’m not looking forward to the transition to solid food. [email protected]
I love rockin green! It works wonderful for our 15 month old daughter’s cloth diapers. Using a liner has reduced the issues with the poop.
Love the cloth [email protected]
I love cloth diapers but have yet to try rockin green! would love to though…can’t ever get the poop funk out of the [email protected]
I have two boys who play hockey, baseball & soccer so we have plenty of stink going on at our house! [email protected]
Rockin’ the stink over here…hoping to get doubly lucky today…(as in number 2). First for stumbling upon your sister’s hysterical blog, and second for potentially falling in love with a new product that could change my life!!! Never too much drama for this girl…:-) hit me up to redeem my coupon……it is written. 🙂 [email protected] PS: All laundry activity has been halted until this issue is resolved…or until I get up off my lazy ass…..which ever comes last.
Oh the cloth diaper pics made me laugh so hard! Love to cloth my baby! [email protected]
I’d love to try this stuff! My boys are entering phase 2 of stinkiness – almost-teenagehood (phase 1 was babyhood…). As fun as laundry was up until this moment – not – it is even more unpleasant now! Maybe a smell reducer would help!
Ha! More guest posts from Joanna, please! You two sound so much alike – except for, ya know, the whole baby thing.
I have a confession. I have one stinky armpit. I can rock the left side with no deodorant for days. Five minutes out of the shower and the right one smells like teenage boy. I have ruined many shirts and have tried a number of things to help get the smell out. This sounds like it would be right up my alley! Between my stinky armpit and 1 and 5 year old boys, this could be a lifesaver 🙂 [email protected]
If I had been taking a sip of a lovely beverage while viewing this post there would have been a movie worthy spit take! That picture of the first time cloth diapering literally made me laugh out loud. I would love to try this detergent. I have been slowly transitioning to more natural personal hygiene and cleaning products. I currently use BioKleen but although I feel like it gets my clothes clean, it doesn’t leave much of a scent on your clothing. That may just be something I have to get used to but I’m willing to try other brands.
I have 2 year old twin boys… this would be a lifesaver! [email protected]
My sister also uses cloth diapers and loves them! (And I’M called Auntie, too!)Just found your site through Pinterest, and I’m loving it. I think you’re doing a great job! Keep it up!
I would love to try Rockin Green soap! 🙂
I would love to try Rockin Green soap! A gift certificate would be marvelous! [email protected]
I would love this! My lovely cousin is having a girl in December and they are going to be CDing. I think she could totally use this gift card. 🙂 [email protected]
We are thankfully beyond diapering of any sort now (as of about 2 weeks ago whoo-hooo!)…but I just wanted to say that Rockin’ Green, well, ROCKS! Rockin’ Green was my favorite of the different soaps we tried for our diapers.
Was a winner chosen yet??
bheath91 Yes, the contest is closed and the winner has been notified. Thanks, everyone, for entering! Don’t forget to use your 15% off coupon (code listed in the blog post).
I worked at a baby store for about 9 months (ironic right?) and people went CRAZY over Rockin’ Green! that stuff works miracles apparently.
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