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July 16, 2011

Babes in Cloth

Todays WAHM is 'local' to me, well kind of we are in the same state anyways. Monica from
Babes in Cloth is sharing with us about her opportunity to be a WAHM!

-When/how did you decide to become a WAHM?
I decided to become a WAHM because I wanted to stay home with my two children. I had been using cloth diapers with them and saw a local need, as well as, seeing more demand online. So I decided having a cloth diaper store was a great choice for me!
-What made you decide to open the store and sell the items that you do?
I decided to start the planning stage back in January of this year. We opened our virtual doors in April and have been doing well so far. I chose cloth diapers and related items because I have a passion (read obsession) for cloth!!
-What kinds of items do you sell?
Everything related to cloth diapers.
-Are any of the items you sell made by you? I don't make any of the items I sell.
-Share a little about your family where you are from etc
I am from the mid-Michigan area. I have two beautiful little girls that are my heart. We enjoy playing outside, jammin' to our tunes, and the oldest likes to help me pack shipments for the store.
-Anything else you would like to share?
Yes, come shop at Babes In Cloth! lol.....and thank you to anyone taking the time for reading this :)

Monica of Babes in Cloth recently participated with us in our Anniversary Celebration so you might have recognized the name from there. She had sent the Eco Sprout detergent for me to try and got me hooked! For today's feature she asked me to review the Eco Sprout Bottom Balm.

The bottom bum comes in a giant chap-stick type of container. Its probably about 4-5 inches tall and about an inch-inch and a half wide so its a nice size.At first I wasn't to impressed with the smell of this, but I really like it now. You just twist the bottom of the container and the cream comes up. I love the fact that I don't have to stick my fingers into a tub of cream and then wipe it all over my child butt that was just covered with poo. Having this in a stick form like this is wonderful because I can simply give it a little twist, and wipe it on the red spots and we are good to go. Plus its nice and fast to use which is good for when you have a little wiggler on your hands. I have been very impressed with how this bottom balm has worked on my son. It cleared up any red really fast. I had put one diaper on him and the leg elastic was rubbing him the wrong way and it left a blister type of mark on his leg. I have been using this and it has help a lot with helping to clear that spot up.

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1 comment:

Jena said...

Babes in Cloth is awesome! I placed an order on her 3 month anniversary (of her store opening) for my sister and one for me, and it was like I clapped and said POOF! because I think it was two days later that both packages arrived. (I haven't seen mine yet because I had it shipped to my mom's; I'd decided to order one more diaper for my sister and I knew my mom had a package she was getting ready to send me (in Canada) and that she'd be happy to add two more diapers to it.

Amazing customer service, too. Good job, Monica! I look forward to ordering from your store again!