Nov292010

A Different Kind of Cyber Sale

When I opened my email on Sunday, I was faced with a deluge of Cyber Sales. It’s great to save money but I was overwhelmed with all the 4 hour only specials. Was this the new version of the old game, BEAT THE CLOCK ? Then there were the 12 hour sales, the 20 hours sales and the 2 day sales. So if nothing else , you get to learn how to prioritize your time.

And of course whatever I really want is always the one thing that is not on sale. So I would like to make it way easier for all your new parents and mamas to be.

How about a No Time Limit Sale ?

It’s not really the best business strategy because I am suppose to try and separate you from your money NOW before you spend it somewhere else. But we really believe that we offer great value, caring and responsive customer service and products that are essential for your baby. We manufacture our cloth diaper products locally and source all materials in the U.S. (except for hemp which is not grown in the U.S.) . And if you need any help in deciding which diapers are right for you and your family , you can call us toll free
1-800-477-3424 and you will get an experienced “diapering” Mom or Dad to help you figure it all out.

$5 shipping (no minimums) and 20% discount (on all diaper packages and orders over $300)

So whenever you need your cloth diapers or organic bedding, clothing or mattresses for your baby, just come on over and we’ll be happy to help. No time limit !

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Nov182010

Sage Diaper Helps to Sponsor A Merry Fluffy Christmas by The Not So Secret Confessions of a First Time Mom

The Not-So-Secret Confessions of a First Time MomWhen we were approached by The Not So Secret Confessions of a First Time Mom blogger Michelle Ferguson to be a sponsor for her upcoming Merry Fluffy Christmas Event, it was impossible to say no. We adore her blog and love having her as a part of our Sage Mamas community.

Michelle documents her good days (and not so good days) of the young family as a stay at home Mom (while finishing her education!).

As part of the Merry Fluffy Christmas Event, The Not So Secret Confessions of a First Time Mom will be doing one big giveaway each day for 5 days December 1-5. Each giveaway will only last 3 days. There will be ONE Mandatory Entry and a FEW extra entries for each giveaway- so be sure to visit The Not So Secret Confessions of a First Time Mom during the Merry Fluffy Christmas to learn how you can enter!

Sage Diaper is donating one Sure-Fit Pocket diaper and the winner will have a choice of sizes 1 or 2 and their choice of hemp/organic cotton or microterry /microfleece topper. The Sure-Fit Pocket diaper can be used as a pocket or an AI2, is very trim and has side snaps for adjustability! There are two snaps in the back to hold the insert in place, and the front elastic prevents major leaks!

The Sure Fit Pocket diaper is getting rave reviews from Sage Mamas all over the country for their versatility, fit, comfort, and ease.

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Nov162010

How “Babies” (2010 Documentary) Reminds Us How Precious the Human Experience Can Be

I recently watched the 2010 documentary Babies and thought I would share my feedback. This film documents the amazing journey of the first year for 4 babies in 4 different corners of the world: from Mongolia to Namibia to San Francisco to Tokyo. We see these babies come into the world and how they experience their world as they grow and develop into toddlers.

The film has almost no dialogue, yet it tells a rich and powerful story about how we are all connected no matter how diverse our global community may be. While watching, I felt as if I was seeing the world through the eyes of a newborn developing into an infant, then a crawler, and then taking their first steps. I was reminded how precious the experience of birth and development is…if you have not seen it, you really must!

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Nov112010

Newborn Parenting Tips

Tips for New MomsTalk to other mamas…..they often can give the best advice from an experienced standpoint…..

Nothing is ever “by the book” so it helps to get advice, opinions and ideas from others who have been there. But remember that every baby is unique in their own way. Always listen to your inner wisdom but be awake to the wisdom that others have to share.

With much gratitude to all the Mamas who took the time to care and share …

From our Community of Sage Mamas

  • My advice to expecting mamas… cherish every minute of your new little bundle of joy. Take pictures and write him/her notes before he/she arrives. Keep your camera in your back pocket.. you never know when he/she will do something you’ll wanna catch on camera. They grow so fast so never take a moment for granted!
  • I’m a sage mama and my piece of advice to expecting sage mamas is to enjoy every minute of that pregnancy. Those 40 weeks feel like they take forever but it’s such a blessed time and it may be your only time feeling it!
  • Cherish every moment as they are learning experiences for both Mom & babies that you’ll never forget.
  • Savor every moment while baby is still a baby. Time flies and baby grows fast!
  • I am the mama of 2 baby boys who are 13 months apart. Aaron is now 22 months and Hunter is almost 9 months. One thing I have learned with having 2 babies so close in age is that when they are both having a break down – always go to your older one first. They will remember if you ignore then and they will get jealous of the little one.
  • Don’t be set on parenting in one particular way, each child is so unique you will have to flex to figure out what works best for them. Also, be open to learning new things from other parents. There are a lot of wonderful things we do in our home that I would never have known to try had I not listened to what others shared with me. You might initially disagree with someone only to realize later you changed your mind and now agree! Summed up, be flexible and open to learning. Just like you probably hope your child will be!
  • Seems a little odd for me to say I’m giving advice, as my daughter is about to turn 5 months and I’m reading all the other posts to learn something too! But, my advice is a little different. You CAN successfully cloth diaper and do it from day one! I chose to wait a couple of weeks with my daughter and wish I hadn’t. I could have done it and I could have looked at all those people who smirked when I said I was going to cloth diaper my child and said, “Yes, I am!” Now, they all ask questions and want to learn about my daughter’s cute fluffy bum! Read messageboards, facebooks, etc. and try Sage Diaper! They’re super soft, absorbent, and cute!
  • As an expecting mama and a mama to a 18 month old, my advice is to do what YOU think is right. if it fails, then ask and be willing to accept what others tell you. not everything works for every child so it is trial and error. best of luck!
  • Learn all that you can from the so-called experts and then file all of their information away under “could potentially be useful”. At the end of the day, however, go with your gut. You know your baby, you and everyone’s needs best.
  • My advice would come from something I just did today-NEVER wipe your nose or any part of your face right after changing a poopy diaper that you didn’t get to clean your hands before hand. Gracie was squirming all over so it was a bit hard to change her-I had a massive itch by my nose that my shoulder wasn’t reaching. You get the point I am sure. Enjoy it all-they really do grow up fast!
  • You will come across all kinds of experts, that know what’s best for you’re child. They may have wise words, or helpful advice…but YOU are the expert. They are not the mother, or expert, of your child. Go with your gut. A mother’s instinct, is a powerful thing. People, can always find a way to judge you, or tell you what you’re not doing right. Surround yourself with people, who accept and love you. People who support your choices and parenting style.
  • I just had my 5th baby a few weeks ago, the best advice I can give is DONT try to be a supermom..put off things that can wait, like dishes..mopping the floor, dusting, etc…and REST, try to rest as much as possible, cuz if you dont, it’ll take MUCH longer to recover, and you’ll feel just awful. Get as much sleep as possible, and as much snugglin with your new bundle!
  • My advice to new moms is to remember that everyone has an opinion about how you should raise YOUR child but really, it is only YOUR opinion that matters. Try to listen to yourself. And don’t get upset with other people for giving unwanted advice – most times they don’t even realize what they are saying can be construed as criticism, most of the time they really mean well.
  • My advice to a new mama would be to put money aside for a nice babycarrier. If possible have a friend or someone who works at the store fit you for one. The benefits to both babe and mom are endless. We use our baby carrier every single day – whether we leave the house or not. My youngest daughter (6 months) has severe reflux, we couldn’t make it through the day without one! I definitely do not recommend a snuggli, munchkin or baby bjorn carrier. All are very hard on your back and do not promote good spine growth for your baby. It’s important to be informed on everything. Every baby is different. Good luck, and enjoy!  My daughter was also born with a sacrococcygeal teratoma (a tumor the same size she was) I can help any mom through a NICU stay (ours was 10 weeks) a preemie, or a baby who has delays, syndromes etc! My page is free to message to, I’ve never turned a mom away in need of help!
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Nov092010

Wise Tips from Other Sage Mamas

Sage Diaper You may have heard, we recently hosted a fun contest from our Sage Mamas Facebook page (the contest ended 11/5). We asked Sage Mamas and Papas to share one piece of advice they would like to share with an Expecting Mama and/or Papa on our the Sage Mamas Facebook Page

In addition, we have put the call out for Expecting Mamas and/or Papas to leave one question or worry on the Sage Mamas Facebook page that they would love to have some input for a chance to win.

The result so far? Some of the most delightful and smart mama tips I have seen in one place. Here are just a few to share so far.  To see them all- check out the Sage Mamas Facebook page (and be prepared to take notes!).

A Sampling of Sage Mama Tips

  • First – Congratulations! What I’d like to share with you is this: These are the best days of your life. Some days you may cry and feel like you can’t do it, but you will laugh more and love more and cry tears of overwhelming joy, that make up for it all. These days go so quickly and, unfortunately, there is no “pause” button. So, take your time. Slow down. Soak in every moment. Everything else can wait. ♥
  • Be Prepared Ahead of Time! We didn’t have my bags packed yet and I went into labor 3 1/2 weeks early!  Totally unexpected. Also read the book “Happiest Baby on The Block” I didn’t and I ended up trying to read it after I had my baby!
  • My advice is to hold them as much as you can when they are little because it won’t last long. Let the housework slide and stay in your pjs. Baby is worth it.
  • My advice to expecting Mamas – is to take plenty of pictures of your babies. Make sure you record all the sweet memories and those firsts. It all goes by so fast!
  • Expecting Mamas — My advice is to get things ready EARLY, never know when your baby might come or you might be too big, uncomfortable, and tired to get all those last minute projects done!
  • I some advice is to take the time to just be with your child. And the teacher in me says read, read, read to your child from before birth and up. Plus talk with your child.. have conversations. Children have the funnest things to say!
  • I would say, you do not have to be perfect! It is ok to feel overwhelmed or to feel like you don’t know what you are doing. Babies learn thousands of things in the first year of life, but I think mamas learn millions! I enjoyed my second and third so much more because I felt more confidant and I finally realized that me loving them and being their mom is all they need!
  • My advice is to remind yourself (a thousand times a day, if need be) that every phase is temporary and the struggles you are facing now will pass, often sooner than you think. I learned this the first time immediately after my son was born. I was so sleep-deprived and hormonal that I felt like I didn’t know anything, couldn’t do anything right, would never sleep again, and clearly wasn’t cut out for parenthood. By the time he was six weeks old, the world seemed like a completely different (read: better) place. Since then, I’ve found that the easiest way to cope with developmental challenges is to give myself the “wait it out” pep talk and before I know it, he’s moved on to something else. Kids grow and change so fast and, thankfully, their issues do too! :-)
  • Read the book “Happiest Baby on The Block” . It was a tremendous help to me- however I didn’t read it until after the baby was born because I didn’t know about it! It’s much easier to read before the baby is born :) It will give you good advice to keep help you keep your baby calm and comforted
  • I’m expecting my second child in May and my first will be about 20 months when the baby is born. I’m looking for creative ideas to celebrate him being a big brother to minimize the jealousy he will feel over the new baby.
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    Nov012010

    Sage Diaper Reviews and Celebration Sale

    Sage Diaper wants to thank their incredible community of Sage Mamas and Papas!  We were very honored to have our product reviewed by 3 more Moms who know their stuff when it comes to cloth diapers.

    Our diapers were put to the ultimate test (on their own babies) and we are happy to say- everyone is raving about our Sure Fit™ Pockets and Snap It ™ diapers

    Sure Fit™ pocket

    Sure Fit™ pocket

    To Celebrate these wonderful Reviews : We’re Offering $5 FLAT RATE shipping on any size order placed this week at Sage Diaper (excluding furniture) (Continental U.S. only) . Please note that if the reduced shipping doesn’t show up correctly in your shopping cart we will adjust the shipping to $5 when we charge your credit card)

    There was also some good feedback about our One Step™ diaper. We listen and make our products even better based on what you tell us. Here are some of the highlights from our reviews this month:

    From A Mom’s Take
    I LOVED the Sure Fit Diaper. I have been using it since my newborn was just a week old and it gives a great fit on a newborn. It was by far the best fitting diaper I owned for a newborn and I even have sized small diapers I was using as well. I love the hemp insert as it was sewn in separate pieces and connected at the ends so it dries much quicker but is still super absorbent and I don’t have to dig and match pieces. I also love that this diaper snaps on the side! This was a great diaper for us and we haven’t had any leaks!

    This blogger also had some very constructive feedback for our One Step Diaper that we appreciate. Our note : We had originally tested this product with a larger hook and all our testers really liked this product. Then when we made samples for our Blogger Mom reviews and we decided to make a smaller hook (for various reasons, for example, it is quieter for the newborn when you open and close it). Anyway that was a mistake and we realized it as soon as we got the samples. So we have already changed this product in our production line and you will be getting the new , improved One Step diaper when you order.

    From The Bragging Mommy
    Cloth diaper addiction: Do you have it? I do ! and Sage Diaper provided a huge fix for me. I am loving their Sure Fit™ pocket diaper. I’ve never seen a diaper before that can be a pocket, or an All In Two. There are two choices of diaper inserts. I chose the Snap It in Micro Terry and I LOVE it. I would love to try the hemp diaper as well. This diaper is easy to wash, easy to use, and to top if off, it’s adorable! I know you won’t be disappointed with Sage Cloth Diapers! Be sure to check out their website- they have a huge selection of cloth diapers, accessories, and much more!

    We even got Bragging Rights!!! Thanks Joanna!

    From My Baby’s Green
    What soft, squishy diapering fluffiness! I love this (Sure Fit™ pocket) diaper. I have used it every wash cycle for a couple months now, and it is holding up beautifully. Best of all, Gracie is a hefty 24 pounds and there is still room for her to grow in the size 2. Even though she has tons of room to grow they are still snug on her hips without squishing her legs……It fits great, it is absorbent, it dries fast and it has held up to tons of washing without looking worn. BONUS-you have the choice of using their Hemp-Organic cotton or Micro Terry with fleece top inserts. Just snap them in, no folding needed.

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    Oct192010

    Sage Mamas Facebook Giveaway

    Calling All Sage Mamas and Papas and Expecting Mamas and Papas! Join The Sage Mamas Facebook Community for a Chance to Win a $50 Sage Diaper Gift Card!

    Sage MamasWe are so excited about our company, we have (not one)- but TWO Facebook Communities!  Last month, we kicked off our brand new Sage Diaper Facebook Page by offering a fun Giveaway- one lucky winner took home a $75 Gift Card!  Now, as promised, we are celebrating our Sage Mamas Facebook community by giving away a $50 Gift Card to SageDiaper.com to 2 winners.

    Who are Sage Mamas?
    This is a community devoted to connecting parents, friends of parents and grandparents.  Sage Mamas Facebook Page will be devoted to growing the wisdom community that lives and thrives when we support each other in the heart changing events that are involved in caring for and welcoming a new life into our world.

    How do you enter Sage Mamas Facebook Giveaway?

    1. Visit http://www.facebook.com/SageMamas and ”Like” our Sage Mamas Facebook page AND do either pt.2 or 3 below -

    2. If you are a Sage Mama or Papa: share one piece of advice you would like to share with an expecting Mama and/or Papa on our wall between now and Friday, November 5. This can be a funny or serious or something in between.

    3. If you are an expecting Mama or Papa: leave one question or worry that you would love to have some input on between now and Friday, November 5.

    We will choose 2 winners and announce on Monday November 8. One $50 gift certificate to SageDiaper.com will go to a Sage Mama (or Papa) and the other $50 gift certificate will go to an expecting Mama (or Papa). Please one entry per person.  All posts must be made on the Sage Mamas facebook page to qualify.

    Extra Credit: Subscribe to our NewsLetter and then announce that you have subscribed on the Sage Mama’s Facebook page that you have subscribed.

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    Oct132010

    Greetings from Booth #2523 at the ABC Kids Expo in Las Vegas!

    Sage Diaper at ABC Kids Expo

    Our little home for the past few days- Booth #2523

    In case you haven’t heard- we are at ABC Kid’s Expo in Las Vegas this week (wrapping up today).  The ABC Kids show is where both apparel and furniture manufacturers come together to display their products and showcase their individual innovation to store buyers.

    Abraham and I have been working day and night for weeks getting ready for our first trade show in over 15 years.

    Our adventure actually began 6 weeks ago when we decided to do the show (usually you plan to do this a year in advance) so we had a lot to accomplish in a very short amount of time. Fortunately we work with a wonderful cutting and sewing factory in Los Angeles who rushed to get us a wave of new samples in lots of colors for our new Sage Diaper line. The colors looked terrific and I can’t wait to share them with you all.

    We also had to get some fresh photos of a baby wearing our new Sage diaper line. Our eldest daughter arranged a photo shoot with her dear friend whose 10 months old turned out to be the perfect model.  We get to look at a beautiful smiling photo of him, wearing our Sure Fit pocket, in our booth every day.

    We packed our things and made  11 hour journey by car from Northern California to Las Vegas.  At around 1:30 am, Abraham and I were both having problems keeping our eyes open. So we opened the windows wide, starting singing old rock n roll songs at the top of our lungs, and I would scream if I felt Abraham start to veer slightly to the left or right. This seemed to work just fine–but I wouldn’t recommend it.

    We arrived in Las Vegas at 2:30 AM in the morning — to an incredible traffic jam on the main boulevard. We couldn’t believe it. It took another 45 minutes to go 3 miles but we ARRIVED.

    It seemed like I just closed my eyes and the alarm starting ringing to wake us up. We were off to the trade show to set up our booth. It took us 6 hours to set up- but we couldn’t believe how transformed the booth looked.

    For the past few days- we have been here bonding with our little family of exhibitors  next to and across from us.  At the time of this posting, I am exhausted but excited about what’s to come!

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    Sep302010

    So Far So Good! The First Month of Sage Diaper has Been a Big Success Thanks to you!

    What a month this has been for our new company! Sage Diaper is finally here and our community of “Sage Mamas” is growing and thriving. Here is a recap in case you missed our news!

    We Love Our Facebook Friends!

    We have launched not one- but TWO new Facebook communities: Sage Diaper and Sage Mamas (we recommend “Liking” both). We are so thrilled with our new friends, we will award one Sage Diaper Facebook fan with a $75 gift card good towards any product from Sage Diaper.

    If you have not already done so, leave a comment on our Sage Diaper Facebook wall between now and Thursday September 30 (hurry!) and you will be entered for a chance to win a $75 gift card good towards any product from SageDiaper.com.

    We will choose a winner and announce on the Sage Diaper Facebook page on October 1.

    Grand Opening Sale!

    To celebrate our new company, we are offering 20% off all diapering products (excludes Diaper Packages) now through Oct. 4. Use Coupon Code SD20 at checkout.

    Sage Bloggers Put  Us Through the Ultimate Test- And We are Making the Grade!

    We sent samples of our new diaper line to several bloggers who are cloth diaper mavens to put our products through the ultimate test- on their own children.  Here is what they are saying:

    We put the Sure Fit™ pocket diaper to the test and it passed with flying colors! Our baby wore the diaper numerous times at night and during naps and we never had any problems with leaking- Lewis Crazy House

    I recommend the Sage Diaper One-Step™ Diaper System for all cloth diaper parents! It is a great beginner’s diaper because it is easy to use, but the veterans will love it too because of its quality, quick drying time and one-size! The Review Stew

    Sage Sure Fit™ Pocket Diapers are an amazing diaper!- Coupon Mommy of 3

    This is one of the neatest reviews I’ve ever had the opportunity to do. Why was it so neat? Because I love a good story! Don’t get me wrong, the products are great too! -All About Cloth Diapers

    See the “Sage Diaper Reviews” column on the right to read all of the reviews!  Thank you all for your support and enthusiasm to make the launch of our new company so successful!  Please help us spread the word so that we may continue to thrive and provide a “Wiser Way to Cover Your Baby’s Bottom”.

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    Sep162010

    What to Look for When Buying Organic Products for Your Baby

    Organic Baby ClothingLast November, one of our readers asked me an excellent question: With so many “organic” choices and so many different words being thrown around, how do I know what is “truly organic” for my baby and what should I be looking for?

    This question was so important that it inspired a blog post from me.  It really struck a cord with many of you because it is something that so many parents want to know.  So by popular request- here it is again.  Enjoy and please be sure to leave me your comments and share these tips!

    What to Look for When Buying Organic Products for Your Baby

    So many parents would like a cleaner, kinder earth for their baby.  They have decided to reduce their baby’s exposure to pesticides, bleaching chemicals or formaldehyde. Now what? How do you navigate what has become a maze of terms out there : organic, green, natural, eco friendly, fair trade, no voc, non toxic.

    Some of these terms mean something and some don’t. Some pertain to food & fiber and some pertain to furniture.

    So here goes …

    There are many levels of answers to this simple question so I will try to give you some simple guideposts as they pertain to clothing, bedding, nursery furniture and paint.

    Organic Cotton PlantFirst : Natural or Green is not Organic : Natural is often a marketing term and can have nothing to do with the way in which the product is manufactured. Likewise the term Green is a marketing term and while there may be nothing wrong in using it in advertising to draw attention to the green values something may have, when you are purchasing a product, you need to look deeper and not just assume if it is says it is green then it is organic.

    Second : Certified Organic is Important. There are standards about what can be labeled as certified organic. Standards clarify and make labeling consistent, protecting the integrity of the organic guarantee. The standards cover a system of production, processing, distribution and sales that assures consumers that the products maintain the organic integrity that begins on the farm. The USDA (U.S. Dept of Agriculture) oversees and enforces certification.

    Third : What Organic does and doesn’t mean.  Organic agriculture prohibits the use of toxic synthetic pesticides and fertilizers, irradiation, sewage sludge, and genetic engineering in anything labeled organic.

    Organic refers to the way agricultural products (food and fiber) are grown and processed. It is based on a system of farming that maintains and replenishes soil fertility without the use of toxic and persistent pesticides and fertilizers, so it is very kind to the Earth.

    This term however, does not apply to the manufacture of furniture such as cribs. Organic does not mean Fair Trade or say anything about the conditions for workers.

    Organic Baby NurseryFourth : For Furniture such as cribs, Indoor Air quality and Forest Stewardship Council are important. So there are two aspects to consider in furniture, the first affects the indoor air quality and what your child will be directly exposed to. The terms Indoor Air Quality and NO VOC are important here both in terms of furniture and paints (VOC stands for volatile organic compound and it is NOT good). They are chemicals that become vapors at room temperature and are typically used in furniture in wood glues, wood stains and paints. The second aspect has to do with the care of the earth and not cutting down trees in an irresponsible way that will threaten local and world ecosystems. Certified Wood assures that you are supporting responsible, sustainable forestry practices.

    And although particle board, which is used in most cribs, is often manufactured from timber waste, it has the worst Indoor Air Quality as it contains lots of formaldehyde, which will constantly leach into the air over time.


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