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Mozzi (due) in May: Hello World Clothing! | designhermomma.com

Mozzi (due) in May: Hello World Clothing!

Not familiar to the celebration? Start Here.

Each Saturday, one of you, and of course Casey too, will be gifted a must-have baby product, courtesy of an amazing company.

Week 1 of 15 complete! So fun to have finally kicked off this party! Let’s talk about the good stuff that made my heart smile this week.

Beautiful posts to Casey were written this week by Bridget, Kim, Shireen and Adam.

Last week we showered her with a bag from Go Gaga. The lucky (randomly chosen) winner of that giveaway is: Jenna who said:

“I cannot leave the house without chapstick. I keep a tube in every purse I own. Very cool bag! Thanks for the giveaway!!

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Today’s gift is not only brilliantly made, but super adorable as well.

GIFT: A sleeper, pants and bodysuit from Hello World Clothing Company.

Hello, adorable smart zip sleeper.

Hello, simply sweet bodysuit.

And hello to you too, ruffle bum SimpleZip Pants!

The Hello World Smart Zip sleeper was one of the very first outfits I put Gage in. You guys, I wish all baby clothes were made like this! The sleeper has a zipper that you can zip from either the top or bottom, and the pants zip from ankle to ankle. BRILLIANT! (and anyways, buttons and snaps are so 1998).

These clothes will rock your world when it comes to the way you change diapers.

GIVEAWAY: One commenter will also be gifted a sleeper, pants and bodysuit from Hello World Clothing Company {retail: $82}!

(awesome boy and unisex options available as well)

You have two ways to enter (leave a comment for each):

1.  Give Casey one piece of diaper changing advice. And if you’re just as clueless as her (it’s been over 5 years, you know). Feel free to admit you have no advice.

2. Tweet! You can say whatever you want, but make sure it includes a link to this post and the @whynotsayhello twitter handle.  Or you can be lazy cut and copy this:

Mozzi is (due) in May! Visit @designhermomma to enter to win some @whynotsayhello baby clothing: http://tinyurl.com/4k52nz8

This giveaway will run through next Saturday, January 29th. I’ll announce the winner in my next Mozzi (due) in May post!

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I am so thankful to Cindi, the owner of Hello World Clothing, for wanting to be a part of this celebration.

She too, is a Hoosier, living in the Circle City (which makes me love her even more).

And also a big thanks to my dear friend Sarah, who whipped up the cute Mozzi banner!

*All gifts have been generously donated. I have not received any product or monetary exchange for writing these post or promoting the brand.  I have only received in return the amazing feeling of joy, being able to gift Casey (and you) some cool gear.


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  1. my favorite place to change a really gross dirty diaper?
    on top of the dryer.
    we use cloth, so then i can wet cloth wipes straight from the running washer, and then just toss the diaper straight in.
    easy clean up if there’s a mess, too.
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  2. What a fun post!!!!! I can’t remember the last time I didn’t change diapers LOL

    Giving a small toys and signing a short song will help the wiggly baby to stay put, maybe long enough for a quick diaper change!!!!
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  3. hmmm, diaper changing advice… i think the best thing we did when oscar was first born was to set up his changing pad and gear in our bedroom (since that’s where he was sleeping when he first came home)–best not to have to go anywhere if you need to change in the middle of the night. we also got a set of those candela rechargeable nightlights, so that we could have one with us that was easy to turn on when it was dark. the soft light was perfect since it wasn’t too harsh, but any old nightlight would do (provided it’s not shining directly into the kid’s face at night). for daytime we also had portable changing pads and wipe containers ALL OVER THE HOUSE. this was awesome, since it meant that we could change a diaper pretty much anywhere with a minimum of fuss, which is important if the kid has a blowout and you don’t feel like carrying them up- or downstairs or across the house at arm’s length 🙂
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  4. for those first few months when the baby sleeps in our room, I keep a basket with diapers and wipes on my bedside table so I don’t have to get up and go to the nursery in the middle of the night.

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  5. a musical toy does the trick for me at the diaper changing station. What a GREAT giveaway. I am coveting that adorable skirt–and the clothing looks so super soft!

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  6. Diaper changing advise: if its a boy, cover his bits with a wash cloth so he doesn’t pee on you 🙂

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  7. Jill Kbelt says:

    Metal measuring spoons (the kind where they’re all connected) work so well when changing a squirmy and hyper little one! The noise and texture of the spoons will keep their attention for longer than 2 seconds..most days. Ian won’t lay down without a fight, and this works!

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  8. Well, since it is a girl, wipe front to back!

    I just had my second baby 2 weeks ago after 9 years! This time I had a boy, my first is a girl. So, talk about total change and starting ALL over. haha.

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  9. Get a wipe out and diaper open before taking off the dirty one. (can you tell I’m changing a boy this time?!) Less time for accidents to happen and thus less laundry!

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  10. So excited for the opportunity to share our products!

    My advice would be to find clothes that have zippers. LOL:). No really, I would say avoid the diaper warmer if they still make those. My kids got so used to warm wipes that when we would go out they would hate getting wiped. To this day my three year old hates regular, room temperature wipes.

    Congratulations Mozzi on your soon to be new little one and for finding and keeping such a great friend!

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  11. Tweeted. 🙂

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  12. Erin Marie says:

    No pants. Takes a whole step (two really) off the process.

    Once they get wiggly, I use my feet to lock their arms down so they can’t flip over and jet off – my current battle with my 9-month-old.

    I also have multiple wipes packages stranded all over my house making for easy diaper changes and easy clean up.

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  13. Diaper changing is like riding a bike – it will come right back! But here is my advice – if you use a Diaper Champ or Genie or whatever – you have to chuck it within two years. Use it longer than that and…well….the stink just doesn’t even leave the room (until you throw the whole thing away). Gross I know – I learned the hard way!
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  14. I imagine that I’ll gather more diaper changing advice when my little girl is born is March, but the best bit of changing advice I’ve given recently was to a friend whose newborn son was wetting the stomach of all his onesies — always point the little boy parts down, not up! Although neither Casey nor I will need this particular bit of diapering advice this time around!

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  15. Hmm… diaper changing advice.
    Well, I think what made diaper changes the easiest in our house was that we kept a set of diaper supplies upstairs and downstairs. No running upstairs every time we had to change a diaper. We had a great caddy full of diapers, wipes and diaper cream downstairs… and the diaper table fully stocked upstairs.
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  16. I’m a lazy tweeter… but tweet!
    http://twitter.com/#!/amadisonmom/status/28872868808888320
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  17. I also agree with it being super helpful to have a diaper changing station on each floor of the house — not having to go from one room to another makes it so much easier!
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  18. Keep wipes, diapers, cream, lotion, etc, in the most commonly used rooms. We’ve got a basket set up downstairs, and when they were little, had one by my bed as well. It kept me from having to run up and down stairs ALL DAY LONG! Yah, i’m kinda lazy like that.
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  19. Diaper changing advice…put a diaper under the dirty one for fast transfer without getting pee everywhere. Be quick!
    Mindy

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  20. Take no short cuts…everything comes off.

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  21. Don’t hesitate to use the Moosh for any diaper changing duties she wants to do (running and getting stuff, running the icky diaper to where it needs to go, & even the (supervised) changing of potty diapers) she will be super excited to help out…at first.
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  22. My oldest is going to be 4 in August and we are due with another girl in May, so it hasn’t been that long but I still feel completely clueless, instincts will kick in though!

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  23. I like to put the clean diaper under the bum before taking off the dirty one… once you get things cleaned up there is no “free air” time wasted getting the next one back on! Congratulations to you Casey!

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  24. I’m a lazy tweeter… but I tweeted! @scatteredmama
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  25. put diapers/wipes/creams/etc in a couple locations so that you can change the baby in the living room or where ever you are when baby needs a change. this is especially helpful if you have a super-pooper who poos a bajillion times a day. 🙂

    Cuuuuute clothes!!

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  26. ok diaper changing. Yeah, I don’t do much of that. I defer all blow-outs and gag-worthy poos to Cort. You will have to ask him for tips about dealing with elbow-deep poo.
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  27. tweeted!!!
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  28. Should you be blessed with a frequent pooper like I recently was…neosporin and triple paste…these will become your best friend to ward off diaper rash.
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  29. When they’re small take their socks off while changing the diaper. Their feet kick so much and get in the poop! Cuts down on extra laundry!

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  30. Pinxav is amazing for diaper rashes.
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  31. Since my son is almost six I have found that I have forgotten everything about babies. When our next one makes an appearance I’m going to need this advice too! Great giveaway!!
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  32. My advice is getting Moosh to help you. That’s my plan with my 5 year old. Start talking up how fun dipaer changes are now. Thanks for the chance to win!
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  33. For the dirty ones that are bound to leak up their back the moment you lay them down to change them, stick a wipe (or two) down the back of their diaper to keep it from spreading. This is advice my sister gave me and it has saved many articles of clothing and changing surfaces from needing a deep scrubbing.
    Also – for a girl – “front to back” (though it’s likely your pediatrician will tell you that a thousand times like mine did).
    Oh, and if you get Huggies/Kirkland brand wipes, you can easily rip them in two (Anna taught me that)… my small effort in “saving” the earth while I throw away my disposable diapers 🙂

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  34. My advice? Make Cody or Addie do it. 🙂
    My 4 year old is a diaper changin’ machine! (And she loves doing it!)
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  35. Keep an extra diaper in your car and one in your underwear drawer so you never ever ever run out!

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  36. Unfortunately, I have no advice (although, I am picking some up from other comments). The last time I changed diapers on a regular basis was during a part-time job at a daycare – almost 9 years ago. I’m pregnant with my first child, a boy. Wish me luck! 🙂

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  37. Alright, this is loosely connected to diaper changing, but a lesson learned the hard way. If Baby ever sleeps in your bed, put down a towel for the little pumpkin first. I know it sounds like I’m giving you advice for a naughty puppy, but trust me. 2:00 a.m. + diaper explosion = Class 5 Hazardous substance all over you, Baby, sheets, and white down comforter, too. Ahh, Motherhood!
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  38. My advice…be really fast. Also, I have no kids so I’m not really any help.
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  39. diaper changing advice: always keep some extra diapers and wipes in your car!

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  40. Yep, no advice on diaper changing as my first little one is on the way. But these adorable outfits will surely help!

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  41. I have diaper changing advice for boy babies, but nothing really for girl babies. So, if mozzi ends up being a boy, afterall, then I’m your lady!
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  42. My best piece of diapering advice…hmmm….always, ALWAYS, have extras on hand. Running out is so not fun.
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  43. Love the clothes…would love them for my baybee!!

    I use doggy doo-doo bags to dispose of stinky diapers…cheaper and takes up less room than a diaper pail! Also, have diaper changing supplies in more than one room…sometimes down the hall is too far to go.

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  44. So,fun Emily! Love this company! Would love to win so I only have to buy one set! Ha!

    Diaper changing…..have everything set up in a couple places. Boy, since that is all I know….cover the pee pee!

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  45. I don’t have any idea! It’s been a while since I’ve changed diapers.
    I used to put one diaper under the dirty one, but I don’t think that’s a big secret or anything…
    I am, however, getting a ton of ideas from the comments. Awesome!

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  46. If the diaper is leaking, it’s probably too SMALL, not too big. Took me awhile, my first time around, to figure this out. 🙂

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  47. My piece of diaper changing advice is to teach Dad how to do it! LOL
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  48. If the baby does have a blow-out…I always take the onesie off by pulling it down rather than over his head. That way poop doesn’t get in his hair, face, etc.

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  49. amy pugmire says:

    I have a three month old and I have realized the crease where each leg bends gets very sensative and moist. so you always want to make sure its dry after a bath and be very gentle when drying it and I have been applying vasaline to it as well. it gets really chapped and looks like skin is going to start peeling off.

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  51. courtney degnan says:

    one of my favorite places to put our little girl is on her changing table. you have their full attention just looking up at you…and i feel like it’s the best time to get them to smile, giggle and talk. and i love to kiss that bare belly all over. so i guess my diaper changing advice is to just soak up every ounce of that baby body. :o)
    thanks for the great giveaway!

    -courtney
    crdegs@gmail.com

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  52. Elizabeth Rowley says:

    As soon as they can stand up kids don’t want to be tied down for diaper changes. So, circumstances permiting, change them standing up. My little girl is always on the move so I just stop her long enough to pull off the diaper and put on a new one then she’s on her way again.

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  53. buy a cloth all in one (Such as fuzzibunz) They grow with your child (so no frantic searching for a disposable when you run out), or switch to cloth completely. Did you know that the average child goes through $66 a month in diapers = almost $1600 in two years

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  54. I found changing a boy to be a little scary. I was nervous as I remembered my little brother always peeing in my dad’s face. So when our baby boy was little, I found a way to not get squirted. If he gets cold when the diaper comes off, he would spray the changer. So I kept a few clean wash clothes nearby to lightly cover his penis so that he could get a little air (to hopefully avoid diaper rash issues) and I never got sprayed. Worked great!

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  55. The diaper changing lesson that I wish I’d known from the get-go was to only change poopy diapers in the middle of the night. If they’re just wet, leave ’em be. No sense in completely waking up a drowsy baby at 2am with undressing, cold wipes and a lot of movement unless they really need it!!

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  56. I’m sure everyone has already said what I’m about to say but here it goes….Have everything ready before attempting any diaper change. My daughters were known to pee all over the place during diaper changes. Also, it helps to have multiple diaper changing stations so you don’t have to go up and down the stairs to get diapers. And wipes….buy stock in them!

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  57. My advice is to give the baby something to hold while changing them. Keeps them from trying to escape.
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  58. don’t check to see if that stinky smell is indeed poop by sticking your finger in the side fringe and pulling out.

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  59. Well I don’t have any of my own babies yet and although I have changed many diapers when babysitting I don’t really have any great advice! I’m due in June and really appreciate everyone’s comments though! Taking notes:).

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  60. my favorite diapering advice – which i still explain to my husband just about once a week – is to make sure the new diaper is under the baby’s bottom before even removing the old diaper – makes it easier and just in case of an explosion … um … i won’t go there. 🙂 congrats Casey!!
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  61. and, i did the lazy tweet – copied and pasted but have no idea how to pull my status – you’re tagged, emily, from @kworrell0514. LOL
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  62. the only thing that hasn’t been mentioned… I carry a thick fuzzy blanket with me when I leave the house (an extra one that I will wash after I use) in case I need to change baby out in public. I have found that many public bathrooms don’t have the changing tables, so I just lay the blanket on the floor and change him there. Even if there is a changing table, they are hard and cold so I still use the blanket. (One of my babies had a fear of being on the suspended changing tables so that’s when I started carrying the blanket.)
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  63. My advice would be to ALWAYS have an extra set of clothes and emergency diaper in the car, in case you forget the diaper bag.
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  64. If you’re going to use disposable – go ahead and get the GOOD namebrand ones. I sometimes try to save a few dollars and get the “off brands” and ALWAYS regret it because they leak like crazy – the extra laundry that you have to do DOES not make up for the $$ saved! :0)
    I keep a little plastic handled (tray? bucket? – it’s made to hold like bathroom cleaners has several pockets in it…rubbermade plastic…)with the wipes, a handful of diapers and powder/rash creme in it. It’s quick and easy to ask someone to “Please grab the diaper station” for a quick change.
    Oh and after having 5 boys….ALWAYS point that down into the diaper 🙂 They can and will pee right out the top if not!
    Also – if you can help it – try not to stick your nose right up to their little (cute but can be deadly smelly)diaper to see if they stink. 🙂 Oh things we learn the hard way!
    MUCH LOVE!!
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  65. Like Sarah, we took have Candela lights for changing diapers in the middle of the night.
    Also, i adore Burt’s Bees Apricot oil for ruddy buttcheeks – sometimes diaper cream is too messy, & this works like a charm. Oh, & let’s not forget really amazing drawings from Big Sister displayed on walls & ceilings of changing areas.

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  66. I kind of want to just drape those adorable pants over my bare belly right now.
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  67. Diaper advice – I have zip! Haven’t changed a diaper in about 20 years (I was old enough to change my baby sis’ diaper). Ooo – if it’s a boy, make sure to put a cloth over his naked self or the fresh air chill might give the diaper changer a spray.

    Even though I’m pregnant with a girl, I want the Blue me away pants too! So, cute!

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  68. It’s been a while…but you gotta be sure with you movements, like you got this and no one will question your abilities. Also helps to put the new one under the icky one. Good Luck!

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  69. Pauline Milner says:

    Diaper changing??!! I have to get into that game again. My Son is 17 years old, so it has been quite a while. However, my Husband’s Daughter just had a most beautiful baby boy, Cameron, making me a Grandmother at 41! I have changed his diaper a few times now and he is just like a worm at only 2 weeks old. It took me about 5 minutes just to get a tiny diaper on him. This is going to be so much fun learning again. Yipee!

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  70. Pauline Milner says:

    I tweeted about your contest (using the lazy button, of course!)

    http://twitter.com/bullittmilner/status/29903903696879616

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  71. I’ve got no advice to share since my first baby is due this May; however, I learned a lot from reading all these comments!
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  72. my advice is to let your husband do it!

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  73. I always open the fresh diaper and put it under the kiddo before I open the dirty one. That way when you pull the dirty one off, there’s always something absorbent under there. Caught many a pee accident that way with my girls, who surprised me way more often than my son!

    Thanks!
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  74. My only advice is change them fast and hold your breath…I hate changing diapers, but the little snuggles and smiles and coos make it all worth it…and remember, it gets easier and they poo less frequently as they get older.
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  75. POINT THE WEE WEE DOWN FOR BOYS

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  76. Mindy Roach says:

    LOL:). thanks for the great giveaway! Also – if you can help it – try not to stick your nose right up to their little (cute but can be deadly smelly)diaper to see if they stink.
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