Project Pomona Pants Designed for Real Babies & Cloth Diapers

Project Pomona

Does your baby wear cloth diapers?  Do you have a hard time finding pants that fit over their fluffy bum?  Hate having to buy a size up only to have pants way too long?  Then you need Project Pomona! Oh how I wish I still had a baby in cloth diapers to wear these adorable pants! Pomona Pants are designed with just a little extra room in the trunk to accommodate a babies diapers (fits both disposable and cloth diapers in the same size).  They have a low rise in the front to make room for those little baby bellies and perhaps the most unique feature is the snapping waist and hip panel.  There are three snaps (similar to the snaps found on cloth diapers) on each waist/hip to adjust to fit your baby perfectly. I honestly don't know why the clothing industry hasn't thought of this yet!  Ever since I can remember baby clothes have those hideous metal snaps that go up the inside of each leg (so you can change diapers easier - as if that's possible) or elastic waist that may or may ... [ Read More ]

We Care Clothing

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Don't forget to enter my Blogiversary Celebration Giveways!  These wonderful giveways all close on Sept. 23, 2009 at midnight (EST).  Tonight I'm feeling rather 'fancy' and 'trendy' so I thought I would share with you a new online green clothing store I was recently introduced to.  We Care Clothing!  This great little clothing store features beautiful designer clothing and accessories for women, mens, and kids.  Their clothing is made from organic cotton, bamboo, and hemp fabrics.  Why should you choose organic clothing?  We often choose organic foods because they are healthier for us.  Organic fabrics are made from plants that were grown without the use of fertilizers.  These fertilizers contain a lot of nutrients that help the plants grow bigger and faster but they are inefficient.  The majority of the nutrients from fertilizers are washed away and not taken in by the plants at all.  All of those nutrients seep into our groundwater, our streams, rivers, and eventually into ... [ Read More ]