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Danelle Ice is an entrepreneur in Los Angeles and mom of 3. She is the creator of HomeEverAfter.com and SimDanelle.com. Danelle is also known as internet personality SimDanelle, the first virtual person. Danelle is a beauty guru on YouTube, vlogger, blogger, and new media darling. She is a current brand ambassador for for Keurig and previous AMD Tech Mom, Kraft Foods Delicious Byte brand ambassador, and Purex Insider.

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  1. S.B.
    March 25, 2008 @ 12:23 pm

    Great tip. I’ve ran into this problem before!! Thanks

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  2. doreen
    August 28, 2008 @ 9:48 pm

    Thanks for the tips and the website! The problem described here can also be avoided however by using cloth diapers. There are many modern solutions that make cloth diapering relatively easy to use and care for. I have diapered all three of my children in both cloth and disposables and even gdiapers for the latest. Cloth diapers are by far the most comfortable and fit the widest range of the above . I bought mostly one size diapers (8-40lbs like cuddlebunz and wahmies motherease, and bumgenieus) for baby #1. After the tiny newborn stages (when I use prefolds with covers) they last the entire diapering time till potty training. They don’t leak at night when paired with the right inserts and or covers and the prefolds can be used to boost absorbancy as well. Finally baby is exposed to less chemicals than having disposable gel chemcial filled diapers on their bottom next to their genetaila for the first 3 years! For an initial investment of $500 and about $100 for baby #2 and $3 for various extras if I had chosen to never buy disposables I would have been set!

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  3. papaweewee
    April 26, 2011 @ 2:41 am

    Great tip on saving money on used items. Trying to potty train 2 yr old now and she’s catchn on pretty good!

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