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On Consignment

Several of my dolls, crayon rolls and toddler bibs...




...are now on consignment at Baby Cotton Bottoms
a cloth diaper (AND MUCH MORE) store here in Colorado Springs and on the web (graphic links to their site)!

They have LOTS of neat stuff in the store that isn't even on the website yet. In addition to a wide variety of cloth diapers, they carry many beautiful baby carriers, toys, some mama supplies (nursing pads, etc), wetbags, super stylish bags, and the list goes on.
During my last visit there I snagged some diapers and...
*an AWESOME PlanetWise wetbag. They are COMPLETELY waterproof so they are great for use with wet swimsuits, leaky sippy cups, cloth diapers and so much more!
* some wonderful diaper rash cream called Rash Magic

Not only are the products found at Baby Cotton Bottoms great, but so is the customer service. Go check it out!!!
1626 West Platte Avenue, Colorado Springs, CO 80904
Store Hours are Monday, Wednesday and Friday 9am - 3pm or By Appointment
Phone: 866-77-CLOTH or 719-328-0741 Local

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