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Cotton Babies Daily Snap

By caseymullins |

Cloth diapers, a company I love, daily inspiration and photography? SIGN ME UP Y’ALL.

I just caught word of the Cotton Babies Daily Snap challenge, similar to the ‘Photo a Day’ challenge everybody seems to be doing but this one has a fun cloth diaper twist (or not, that’s what’s fun! It’s up to you what each word means.) Cotton Babies is responsible for making two of my favorite diapers, the BumGenius 4.0 pocket and the new AIO Freetime. I’ve loved working with them since I met two of the ladies behind the company last August at BlogHer, in fact, they’re the ones that convinced me to give cloth diapering a go.

Last night during their weekly Monday night #clothdiaper twitter party they announced the Daily Snap and while I was considering the regular old photo a day challenge for May, I’ve decided to make the leap over to the #CBSnap challenge, you know, since I’m such a rebel.

Ready to see the list of words for the month?

 

For anyone unfamiliar with Cotton Babies, many of those words have to do with their products, several of them are the colors their diapers come in, but don’t let that limit you if you decide to play along.

Ready?

Let’s get snappin’! (You can find me Instagram, I’m mooshinindy.)

Find more Casey on her blog, twitter, Pinterest, Flickr and facebook.

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About caseymullins

caseymullins

caseymullins

Casey Mullins is a writer, photographer, and nice person living in Indianapolis with her two little girls, husband, and a one eyed cat. She writes regularly at her personal blog moosh in indy and can be found trolling local bakeries and napping whenever possible. Read bio and latest posts → Read Casey's latest posts →

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