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|I think the new system is terrific-- it is a good balance between loyalty to her "oldest" customers (those with reservations) and making the dipes available to everyone.|
Wife of 1. Mom of 3. Conquering disability challenges, one achievement at a time.
|Originally posted by Mommykins
That said though, anyone selling anything off to the highest bidder just doesn't feel like what I thought 'smallering' was. :
|Originally posted by wannabmommie
I guess the best solution is if she'd get more help! There's *got* to be some seamstresses out there that would meet her standards!
|As for "paying for something that is so high quality" I beg to differ - I've seen the binding on those things after a couple months of use - do you know how TICKED I'd be if my Petunia Pickle Bottom Bag (which was less than a fuzbaby set) started to deteriorate that quickly?|
|This auction includes:
* 1 Medium Almost-in-One wool diaper cover (you choose snap or Aplix closure): Lime Green ,
* 2 Medium Organic Cotton Contour Diapers: Chocolate & Gold,
* 1 hemp/cotton Bubble Baby: Chocolate,
* 1 organic cotton T-shirt size 12m: Chocolate,
* 1 Pair of organic cotton Socks (3 pair shown--you choose Infant, Toddler or Youth): Chocolate .
|Originally posted by abigailvr
In her email she says that she used to only sell by auction and is going back to that. Do any of you guys remember that? Did the prices go this high then?
|Some people go out and pay $100+ for a Tommy Hillfiger, Nautica, Liz Claiborne (whatever) shirt, and make a big corporation even richer...I'd rather see the $$ go to a work at home mom If she wants to charge $100+ for a diaper, more power to her! Good for her! There are millions of diapers out there to choose from, and if you don't feel comfortable paying $100+ on a diaper there are cheaper diapers. I personally could never feel right paying that much for a diaper, but I'm happy to see a WAHM making the money she deserves|