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MommyCaroline 1 child; California 20005 posts
Sep 11th '12

BUMP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :D <3

MommyCaroline 1 child; California 20005 posts
Sep 14th '12

Morning bump! :D please refer me to friends and family! <3

MommyCaroline 1 child; California 20005 posts
Sep 16th '12

Afternoon mamas! I am coming up with some "package deals"!!! There are some AWESOME deals! I will post pix along with the deals in the next couple days. <3

MommyCaroline 1 child; California 20005 posts
Sep 17th '12

Just made these ADORABLE vintage valentine nursing pads for a friend! <3 LOOOVVVEEE!!! <3



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I♡C&R. 2 kids; Thornton, CO, United States 25551 posts
Sep 18th '12
Quoting MommyCaroline:" Just made these ADORABLE vintage valentine nursing pads for a friend! <3 LOOOVVVEEE!!! <3 "

Those are totally awesome!!!! LIKE!!!!

MommyCaroline 1 child; California 20005 posts
Sep 18th '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting I♡C.:</b>" Those are totally awesome!!!! LIKE!!!!"</blockquote>




Thanks!

MommyCaroline 1 child; California 20005 posts
Sep 18th '12

Ok, so I had to make a fold-able pad... Wow! This is seriously my new favorite! There are sooo many layers to go through, so if I used flannel instead of the pink and purple rectangles, this pad would be bulletproof! :D These would actually be great for postpartum use too. When folded, it will have 5 layers to go through... And if I did PUL down the center strip, man.... :D ♥



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What do you ladies think?

I♡C&R. 2 kids; Thornton, CO, United States 25551 posts
Sep 18th '12
Quoting MommyCaroline:" Ok, so I had to make a fold-able pad... Wow! This is seriously my new favorite! There are sooo many layers ... [snip!] ... have 5 layers to go through... And if I did PUL down the center strip, man.... :D ♥ What do you ladies think?"

I'd be interested in buying some in a few months <3

MommyCaroline 1 child; California 20005 posts
Sep 18th '12
Quoting I♡C.:" I'd be interested in buying some in a few months <3"


Awesome! Just keep me posted! :D

I♡C&R. 2 kids; Thornton, CO, United States 25551 posts
Sep 18th '12
Quoting MommyCaroline:" Awesome! Just keep me posted! :D"

Will do. Those are nifty. I bleed through regular ones, so I need something thicker anyways. Just have some expenses to take care of before buying fun stuff. :P

MommyCaroline 1 child; California 20005 posts
Sep 19th '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting I♡C.:</b>" Will do. Those are nifty. I bleed through regular ones, so I need something thicker anyways. Just have some expenses to take care of before buying fun stuff. :P"</blockquote>




Oh I know how that goes! >_< I'm waiting "patiently" to be able to buy more fabric to make these foldable pads. What absorbent fabric would be good? I want to try andkeep it thin when folded so it dosnt feel like a diaper, kwim? Lol

I♡C&R. 2 kids; Thornton, CO, United States 25551 posts
Sep 19th '12
Quoting MommyCaroline:" <blockquote><b>Quoting I♡C.:</b>" Will do. Those are nifty. I bleed through regular ... [snip!] ... pads. What absorbent fabric would be good? I want to try andkeep it thin when folded so it dosnt feel like a diaper, kwim? Lol"



Oh shoot! You're the pro. You would know ;)

MommyCaroline 1 child; California 20005 posts
Sep 19th '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting I♡C.:</b>" Oh shoot! You're the pro. You would know ;)"</blockquote>



Haha well, this one is made with french terry, so its thin and absorbent. Other "flat pads" I've seen are only made of flannel. One of my friends uses one made completely from flannel, ad she said it was super absorbent and super thin. :) if I don't use all flannel, I may use a combo of flannel and something else...

MommyCaroline 1 child; California 20005 posts
Sep 28th '12

Hi mamas!!!! I have finally been able to post my package deals! Go check them out, and feel free to ask any questions! <3 :)



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MonkeyMel 1 child; Moore, Oklahoma 26208 posts
status Sep 29th '12

Hey, I have a question. Mine are mostly all stained now. I always soak them in the sink for at least 30 minutes after use then stick them in a container with a lid till I wash them and they're still stained. I've even used LO's dreft stain remover on them and it doesn't help at all. I have been drying them in the sun. I mean, it's not a huge issue but if I could keep them stain free that would be nice, you know?