We are always so pleased to welcome guest bloggers to join in the conversation. Thank you to Abby of Baby Bird’s Farm for reaching out to us. She’s been composting gDiapers disposable inserts (wet ones only) in her home compost and put together this nifty post for you all, because making dirt is so much nicer than making garbage. Please note that gDiapers did not pay for or sponsor this
by Kelli McKee
Diapers bringing people together face to face? Sure thing. In fact, we see it all the time. But we never dreamed that would happen. Just really really glad it did. Today’s story brought to you by Resha.
Thanks for bringing g into your family, Resha! photo courtesy of Now & Then Photography by Emily Mathews.
A couple of years ago, 3 to be exact, we received this email:
“I have many pictures of my child in Gs, but this one was so classic I mailed
it to the only address I could find for you guys – I figure you can pass it
on if you find it as funny as I did.
Perhaps Gs have a soporific effect?
And here was the
This was posted on our facebook page today, and, well shoot, there are 18 pairs of eyes here at gHQ that are a little teary right now. We make a cool product. We 100% believe that to be true. But what we believe in 150% (at least) is the power of genuine human interaction. Mom to mom. Mom to Dad. Dad to Dad. Parent to Parent. Baby to Baby. People
If you’ve been around the gCommunity for any length of time, you’ve for certain been witness to the beautiful family photos shared by gMum, Makenzie. When we pulled together a year-end slideshow of the gBabies who had been posted to our facebook page in 2011, it was hard to not be wowed by the story of Makenzie and her family, as told through the photos she chose to