GroVia #ClothDiapers Gives to Susan G. Komen Foundation + 30% off GroVia!

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GroVia Gives to Breast Cancer Awareness!
October – a month filled with leaves falling, brisk weather, trick-or-treating, and the color pink! With 1 in 8 women diagnosed with breast cancer in their lifetime, we all know someone directly affected by this heartbreaking disease. It’s time we do something about it! In celebration of Breast Cancer Awareness Month and the strong, vivacious women who face this disease each day, GroVia – top all natural cloth diaper brand – is going pink!
From October 1, 2011 – October 30, 2011 – any purchase of a GroVia Cosmos (pink) All-in-One, Newborn, or Hybrid cloth diaper system will help us take one step closer to generating awareness for the pink ribbon month. When customer’s purchase a GroVia Cosmo colored diaper, they will receive 30% off their purchase and GroVia will donate 10% back to the Susan G. Komen Foundation.

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  1. great cause! thanks for the post!
  2. I'm a breast cancer survivor, so I love to see companies give back to these types of organizations! What a wonderful cause!!
  3. Such a great cause! I am a cancer survivor (different kind) and just lost a dear friend the end of May to Breast Cancer! Please people ~ Support these groups!! Also regarding the Grovia diapers - our son and daughter-in-law have been using these with their new baby (5 months old now) - has anyone heard of any increased incident of UTI's in babies that use these? Just curious! Thanks!
    • I thank you so much for your comment, and I am sorry to hear about your friend. I think in general the cloth diapering community would say that, no, there is not an increased incidence of UTI's, but here is what I say. When cloth diapers are left on too long or not washed well enough to get them completely clean, they can easily harbor bacteria. Disposable diapers have lots of chemicals to both, keep the moisture away from baby, and probably inhibit growth of bacteria. Cloth diapers have no chemicals. Is your grandchild a girl? If you want to check if it is the diapers contributing to UTI's I would suggest trying a few things. 1)Change the diaper frequently (don't leave the diaper on for more than 3 hours), don't wait until it is fully saturated to change. 2) Use fleece liners. Lay the fleece inside the diaper. It helps baby's bum to stay drier. 3) Smell the diapers when they come out of the wash (before you dry them). If they smell dirty, they aren't getting all the way clean and the wash routine, or detergent, needs to be adjusted. 4) Add grapefruit seed extract or tea tree oil to the rinse. Both are natural anti-bacterial and anti-fungal and will help to sanitize the diapers. 5) Dry them in the sun. UV rays also kill bacteria. If your kids need any trouble shooting help they can feel free to email me at amy(at)ohsosavvymom(dot)com. (sorry that was so lengthy)