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Old 08-26-2012, 02:48 AM   #11
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Did any of you ladies go to the GCDC? I was there! Just wondering if maybe we met somehow

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Did any of you ladies go to the GCDC? I was there! Just wondering if maybe we met somehow
When was it?
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It was in april where arctic baby bottoms is in wasilla
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It was in april where arctic baby bottoms is in wasilla
I didn't go because of work.
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What kind of stuff you have? Is it listed here on DS?
No, I can't start a thread because I don't have enough posts. I have a large lot of Mother-ease OS dipes plus inserts, and 5-7 wraps each in Sm, M, L and XL. Then there's a bunch of prefolds and miscellaneous fitted dipes and wraps. And lap protectors and liners and a bunch of clothes, sized NB - 3yrs. Oh, and four more carriers... a ring sling and a pocket sling and an Infantino sling, plus a woven wrap.
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I'm in Anchorage! From Oregon Been here 2.5 years.
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I'm in Anchorage. I been here 7 years and am originally from NJ but lived in San Diego for 2 years before coming here. It is funny I think Anchorage does have a lot of cloth diapering parents. I run into people all the time but maybe I just tend to go to things that attract that type. It is definitely more crunchy than NJ where I am from. I see NIP all the time here but it isn't common there.

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Wow really? I do see some NIP here too. I have to admit at first I didn't like to because it was my first time. Now that I'm comfortable, my son makes it near impossible to. He gets distracted easily with noise and so he unlatches and latches many times and then doesn't nurse. So I have to do it in a quiet place. I NEVER see anyone who CD. They look at me like I'm crazy when they see I do
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I NEVER see anyone who CD. They look at me like I'm crazy when they see I do
Me neither! It's part of the reason I feel awkward using them in public or talking about it to people in general. I always felt like people were staring at us when I had my son on the changing table using flats. Maybe now that I'm using fitteds with my daughter, I'll feel more comfortable using them when we're out and about...
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Aww don't feel awkward! You're doing a great thing for your baby by using cloth! Plus, it raises awareness about cloth! Even though I get stares I love showing off my sons fluff!
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