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Hy'ska 2 kids; Nope, Az, United States 50865 posts
Nov 25th '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting BunnyGirl19:</b>" <blockquote><b>Quoting Brink:</b>" Also I paid my shipping to Tracey a week ago and ... [snip!] ... Yeah, well I finally got my cartoon diapers from her like a week ago and I ordered them at the same time you did. LOL"</blockquote>




Yikes that's insane! I've had those for like a month lol

CA ♥ 2 kids; Bridgeport, Connecticut 8876 posts
Nov 25th '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting Brink:</b>" Also I paid my shipping to Tracey a week ago and she still hasn't shipped it out. I now am not getting baby legs to my Bg friend in time for her rainbow baby before he's born. I'm annoyed."</blockquote>




Yeah se told me she would send me my shipping total like... Over a week ago and nothing, now she's not updating an I'm getting nervous




I guess people are getting ready to open disputes with her soon, hope she updates lol

NicoThunders 2 kids; Michigan 12847 posts
Nov 25th '12

Somethong I read on diaper swappers has made me curious as to what you ladies think.
Do ya'll think cheapies like Alvas are ruining things for wahm's? I'd never really thought about it before but now I kind of feel guilty for using alvas and jc.

lolajessup 3 kids; 1 angel baby; Beaverton, Michigan 44076 posts
Nov 25th '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting NicoThunders:</b>" Somethong I read on diaper swappers has made me curious as to what you ladies think. Do ya'll think cheapies ... [snip!] ... are ruining things for wahm's? I'd never really thought about it before but now I kind of feel guilty for using alvas and jc."</blockquote>




That's why I mostly try to stay with wahms. It's hard to be a WAHM and I support those who have the courage to do so. Of course I want them to be successful. They just can't compete with the price of alvas though. It's not possible. So yes I think they do hurt wahms.

drunk faith1 1 child; Alabama 10081 posts
Nov 25th '12
Quoting NicoThunders:" Somethong I read on diaper swappers has made me curious as to what you ladies think. Do ya'll think cheapies ... [snip!] ... are ruining things for wahm's? I'd never really thought about it before but now I kind of feel guilty for using alvas and jc."

I do think they make it harder for WAHMs, but those are expensive. I can't afford WAHM prices.

The Biscuit Farmer. 2 kids; Vagina, Russian Federation 9128 posts
Nov 25th '12

I can't afford WAHM prices either, which really sucks because their craftsmanship is beautiful, and the fabrics they use are so much more interesting than Alvas! Even though that new J line is gorgeous... I like the idea of customization.




I went and got a lot of flannel and fleece from Joanne on Friday, and I've been trying to make my own diapers. Sad thing is, I'm feeding Mirabelle every hour-hour and a half, and she's still not sleeping well if I'm not holding her, which obviously can't happen all the time, so it's taking me DAYS to get one diaper done. It's pathetic lol. And these patterns I get offline aren't working well with her skinny little legs. She's going right through that gap, and we have more of a mess to clean up. Plus, we put Aurora back into cloth, and her ammonia rash is coming back. I tried stripping with RLR (with detergent at the same time, and when I get my co-op RLR I'll be doing it on already clean diapers), and just doing a bunch of hot washes with no detergent. I don't know what the hell to do! :(

The Rachel 36 kids; Tulsa, Oklahoma 43666 posts
Nov 25th '12

psst
go look
*not cloth related*

Mother of Broccoli. 1 child; California 12595 posts
Nov 25th '12
Quoting The Rachel:" psst go look *not cloth related*"


Lol I just saw. It's so cute!

The Rachel 36 kids; Tulsa, Oklahoma 43666 posts
Nov 25th '12
Quoting Mother of Broccoli.:" Lol I just saw. It's so cute!"


:)
thank you :D

Mirror Seeing Due September 5; 1 child; 1 angel baby; Kilgore, Texas 2507 posts
Nov 25th '12

I figured out a way to pay for my cloth addiction now that I'm no longer working. I'm crocheting beanies and headbands for friends and family. I am also working on a wool wrap for ds. I really need a sewing machine...

dawn711 2 kids; Iowa 1110 posts
Nov 25th '12

Wow...very brief update in co-op land--she's alive at least!
Although it's getting pretty ugly...I didn't go back and read all the comments though.

drunk faith1 1 child; Alabama 10081 posts
Nov 25th '12

Hand washing didn't work so well. I washed twice and everything still stank, so I gave up and used my parents' washer today. They weren't nice, but it was work it for clean smelling diapers. Aaand I found some cheap receiving blankets at TJMaxx, so I can now say I have a stash of 30 flats. Woot woot, not too shabby.

Mother of Broccoli. 1 child; California 12595 posts
Nov 25th '12
Quoting dawn711:" Wow...very brief update in co-op land--she's alive at least! Although it's getting pretty ugly...I didn't go back and read all the comments though. "


Too brief...IMO. It really didn't answer any of my questions. I'm pretty irritated since I'm past the 45 day limit in PP, so I really can't do anything to get my stuff.

dawn711 2 kids; Iowa 1110 posts
Nov 25th '12
Quoting Mother of Broccoli.:" Too brief...IMO. It really didn't answer any of my questions. I'm pretty irritated since I'm past the 45 day limit in PP, so I really can't do anything to get my stuff."


Agreed...she didn't even address the shipping paid but not shipped items. Although unfortunately, mine aren't in that pile.

Mother of Broccoli. 1 child; California 12595 posts
Nov 25th '12
Quoting dawn711:" Agreed...she didn't even address the shipping paid but not shipped items. Although unfortunately, mine aren't in that pile. "


Same. I'm mostly concerned about the shoes I ordered, and there has been literally no mention as to what's going on with them. I know they arrived in sets of like 10 and she was filling orders, but that's the last update I saw and it was like 2 weeks ago :?