Ready to Trend World Wide at the #ChangingDiapers Twitter Party!

Join us on Tuesday, October 18th as we celebrate the official launch of Changing Diapers, The Hip Mom’s Guide to Modern Cloth Diapering.  We have a ton of awesome sponsors who have donated amazing prizes just for you.  Oh, and you can win an iPad 2 or Nook color if you are really lucky!  Ohhh…Ahhh…

When: Tuesday, October 18th at 9pm ET

Where: Twitter using the hashtag #changingdiapers

Who to Follow:  @KellyWels, @ChangingDiapers@TheEcoChic and @EcoChicSidekick

Our Blogger Ambassadors:  @chgdiapers@FamilyNLifeLV@katiespickles@kimrosas@sofawned, @paddedtushstats, @HauteMommyBlog

Join the Party:  TweetGrid (TBA), TweetChat (http://tweetchat.com/room/changingdiapers), or just plain Twitter.  Just be sure to enter the #ChangingDiapers hashtag on each Tweet.

Prizes:  iPad 2, Nook Color, and TONS of “fluff”. For a complete listing visit here.

RSVP: To rsvp and to enter win any prizes please rsvp here.

Special thank you to our sponsors who have donated the fabulous gifts you see listed above.  Please be sure to thank them by “Liking” them, “Following” them, and letting them know how much we love them!

Apple Cheeks Diapers @applecheeksdipe- AppleCheeks cloth diapers bring you the ultimate in form and function, combining effective leak control with attractive styling. Imagine a dry bottom that actually looks good! Who knew? AppleCheeks reusable diapers come with full customer support, so you can invest in your child’s future knowing that we stand behind you.

Best Bottom Diapers @best_bottom- Simplify, simplify, simplify! Many may start researching cloth diapers, get overwhelmed and quit. Best Bottoms are YOUR solution! So easy to use yet comes with lots of options so you can get a customized system for your baby.

Cotton Babies @cottonbabies -With a 5 Star Rating, great blog reviews and a Customer Choice award at Diaper Pin, Cotton Babies has been top-ranked in the natural parenting products industry for eight years.

GroVia Diapers @groviadiapers- The GroVia™ diaper is a revolution in cloth diapering. Their innovative shell design minimizes diaper waste and cost.

Itti Bitti @ittibittius- The stunning colours, gorgeous fabrics and signature ultra trim fit will change the way you think about cloth diapers! itti bitti are super funky, super trim modern cloth diapers – cloth is beautiful!

Ju-Ju Monkey @jujumonkeycom- Ju-Ju Monkey Inc, a Lehigh Valley cloth diaper webstore, tries its best to offer its customers a unique and growing selection of cloth diapers,cloth diaper covers, cloth diaper accessories, potty training and natural care products from trusted brands including FuzziBunz, bumGenius, Imse Vimse, bumkins, SLOOMB and Econobum.

Little Monkey Store @lmsdiapers- The Little Monkey Cloth Diaper Store will help you to find the best cloth diaper system and help you to compare cloth diapers. Whether you are looking for the best newborn cloth diapers or the perfect toddler training pant, we have it!

Planet Wise @planetwise- Planet Wise products have been designed with you in mind! Our products will make your life easier and with purpose. They are Innovative, unique, and earth friendly. Not only will they help you reuse but they are available in today’s trendiest colors and prints. New reusable products are being developed each day!

Rockin’ Green Soap @rockingreensoap- Rockin’ Green is an award-winning manufacturer of eco-friendly cleaning products designed to make cleaning easier and greener. Most well-known for their clean-rinsing laundry detergent formulated for use on all fabrics and especially useful on cloth diapers, Rockin’ Green produces detergents for hard, soft and normal water conditions (known as Hard, Soft and Classic Rock varieties).

Sloomb @sloomb- Specializing in natural fibered cloth diapers and wool covers and longies lovingly made in the USA.

Tiny Tush Diapers @tinytush- Tiny Tush Natural Baby Boutique is a manufacturer, wholesaler and retailer of cloth diapers and natural baby products. Tiny Tush diapers are not the cloth diapers your grandma used!

Jennifer Labit @jenniferlabit- Jenn has made her mark on the world by conceptualizing, developing, marketing and producing new diapering products for the baby industry.  Her company, Cotton Babies, developed out of a tiny $100 investment; leading the way among natural parenting retailers since 2002. In addition to a busy online operation, Cotton Babies operates retail outlets in St. Louis, Missouri with several new stores opening in other states soon.

We’d also like to thank our team of bloggers who have also donated towards the Grand Prizes of the iPad and Nook!  We love how the community has bonded together to show Kelly our support!  Please thank them by visiting their blogs, Facebook pages, and by following them on Twitter.  We all love a few more friends.

Change-Diapers @chgdiapers

Family and Life in Las Vegas @FamilyNLifeLV

Pickles and Paisleys @katiespickles

Cloth Diaper Finder @kimrosas

So Fawned @sofawned

Haute Mommy @hautemommyblog

Padded Tush Stats @paddedtushstats

Would you like to be added to the list of sponsors?  If you are a blogger or company and would like more information please visit: http://store.kellywels.com/ChangingDiapers-October-Book-Launch-Twitter-Party-Sponsorship_p_9.html

About Kelly Wels

Kelly Wels is a leading cloth diaper expert and advocate who has a passion for helping parents make informed decisions when it comes to how they diaper their babies. Most importantly, Kelly is a mom to three children, Olivia, Hanz and Riley. Kelly spends her free time working on several cloth diapering advocacy projects, including her new book “Changing Diapers: The Hip Mom’s Guide to Modern Cloth Diapering“, loves gardening, and consults with other entrepreneurs on their social media marketing efforts.
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