Friday, September 26, 2014

Exciting news from Rock Easy!

As of yesterday, Rock Easy is now a Share the Love host!  More details will come to us over the next few days, but in the meantime you can follow Share the Love on Facebook or find more information on their website.

A little about Share the Love:

"Share the Love is a national cloth diaper bank that works to achieve one goal:
eliminate diaper need and poverty in our local communities.
Founded in 2012 by Cotton Babies CEO Jennifer Labit, Share the Love provides cloth diapers to low-income families.
With a growing network of host sites operated by volunteers who want to make a difference, Share the Love has become a nationally accessible program with more than 100 locations nationwide.
Through education, resources and support, Share the Love does more than just distribute diapers. It teaches people about the underlying effects of poverty such as diaper need. It enables more parents to provide their babies with clean diapers. It allows a family to buy better meals, pay a bill and save for the future. But most importantly, Share the Love provides hope to those who need a caring, helping hand.
Make a difference in your neighborhood."


Make sure you also head over to our Facebook page today for our #FabulousFridayFreebie!  It runs all weekend - winner to be chosen Sunday afternoon!


Rock Easy is getting ready for International Babywearing Week.  We are working on bringing in your favorite baby carriers!  Let us know what you would like to see featured here for IBW!  We may have a class scheduled soon!  Stay tuned!

Friday, September 5, 2014

What is Rachel doing NOW?!

When I first set out to bring cloth diapering goodness to my local community, I never imagined I would soon be participating in the Real Diaper Association as a Circle Leader and Board Member!

But now, I have another organization I am proud to be a part of!  I am now a Board Member (At-Large) for the Real Diaper Industry Association!  I am grateful to Abbie from Mom's Milk Boutique for the nomination to join the RDIA Board.  This is an amazing opportunity to work with and learn from other industry leaders on how best to reach out to cloth diapering parents like you.

I look forward to working with experienced cloth diaper manufacturers like Dennis Frederick of OsoCozy and Charlene Foster of Tiny Tush; and retailers like Abbie from Mom's Milk Boutique and Sara of Ju-Ju Monkey, so we can improve our industry to support your cloth diapering experience!

What would you like me to learn to help you?

Peace, Love, and Cloth Diapers!