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This blog is a labor of love, but you can help support this site by clicking through these links before shopping at the following stores. We were customers at all of these shops before taking them on as sponsors: we only support what we use and love!

For Kelly’s Closet and Diaper Junction, we recommend registering so you can take advantage of their rewards. Getting a free diaper with a $100 is like getting 20% off your order: it’s a really good deal! If you clearly like one rewards program more than the other, then go all-in so you can maximize on the higher-tier rewards.

Both are very scrunchy-friendly!

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We love Kelly’s Closet. They have amazing resources to introduce you to cloth diapering and answer any common questions that come-up. Most of our spending was on diaper bags and our Tula Baby Carrier, but they did have some cute patterns we had a hard time finding elsewhere.

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Diaper Junction was a life-saver when it came to getting those hard-to-find baby leggings. We also took advantage of their sales and free diapers with purchase. It’s a great way to try out a wide variety of different brands while saving money. Even better, they also had some great stuff for post-partum care.

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Yes, Amazon. It really needs no introduction. We looked around and decided to use Amazon for our baby registry, and we were super happy. Customer service was consistently good, prices were generally among the best we could find on the web, and Amazon Prime was a game-changer for us in taking away the stress of having to time & schedule what we buy. Gift cards are always welcome, and being able to exchange items for credit was great. Signing-up for Amazon Prime gave a 15% discount on valid registry items.

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Patreon allows you to be a patron: you pledge to spend as little $1 per video/blog post/etc to support the creator(s), and that money will go towards helping him/her/them create more content. At the moment, this links to Henry’s music (which Natasia loves, but obviously she’s biased). Since it’s instrumental, it’s appropriate for baby too!