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Show Your Diaper Love on Valentine's Day

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One of the not-so-guilty pleasures that come with using cloth diapers is the fun expression that we can display with them. Y'know. On our kids' bums. Ahem.   It's true, though, isn't it? When you see a new print and think, "OMG that goes perfectly with my LO's nursery theme! Are they reading my MIND?!"   Or, "they finally came out with the perfect shade of blue that goes with 90% of my baby's wardrobe." Then you shout it from the rooftops - and by rooftops I mean social media. So, why not use Valentine’s Day as the perfect excuse to show your love of your little one - and cloth? Here’s a little Thirsties inspiration to help you do just that:

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Love Notes is Thirsties’ latest limited edition print that shows a sweet graphic version of a valentine. Its colors also lend well to either gender (not that we believe that colors align with any particular gender). It’s a win-win, really.


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Scarlet is another great style that baby can sport all year, but that looks particularly great on Valentine’s Day. It also does double-duty at Christmastime.

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Iris offers a more subdued way to match baby’s Valentine’s Day outfit - by offering a gorgeous purple. This diaper has tons of versatility, but I just can’t get over the perfect shade of purple it is. *swoon*


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Straight to My Heart is another limited release that, if you’re lucky enough to have gotten your hands on it, is absolute Valentine’s Day perfection. Arrows? A rich red? Hearts? What more do you need?


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Poppy is the perfect color pink for the sweetheart in your life. It’s not too bubble gum, not too salmon, not too deep - like the Goldilocks of pink diapers.

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Last but not least is a personal (sadly retired) favorite, Scottish Rose. It’s Thirsties “old school” and is a mix of traditional with a fun, bright twist. Plus, I’m part Scottish, so of course I’m partial. ;-) Am I the only one who loves coordinating with traditional holiday colors?! And if you have any of these retired prints, I'm full-blown jealous. ;-) P.S. I've heard you can scour B/S/T pages and trusted Thirsties vendors for these old gems - but feel free to share where you find them!

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