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Old 04-18-2009, 06:29 PM
Gilberts_Wifey Gilberts_Wifey is offline
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Default Re: feminine hygiene, homemade products

Belle... Great products, very nicely made. I ended up getting some flannel pj's from the local donation thrift store on my military installation where you can go once a week and get two grocery bags of free items and one large carry out free. I got two pair of flannel pj's nicely worn and soft and a pair of flannel pillow cases and a flannel backed water proof crib pad, the kind that does not have plastic the old thick flanel ones and I made some great pads for myself. My daughter who is about to be 13 is not so inclined to give mine a try so I think I will purchase your set for her to try. The more professional sewing job and less "homemade" look to them will hopefully appeal more to her. I have found that the home made pads absorb so much better and are more comforatble. I actually have combined the use of them with the diva cup and only wear the two layer panty liner most of the time. I have now used cloth pads and the diva cup for two cycles and will never never go back. Thanks again!
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Old 04-20-2009, 07:54 PM
homesteaderbelle homesteaderbelle is offline
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Default Re: feminine hygiene, homemade products

Hi Gilbert's Wifey,

Just send me a pm or an email if you would like to buy a pad set. I have many different print of fabric that your daughter can pick from. My email is .

I hope to hear from you!
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Old 04-23-2009, 05:05 PM
MelleeRN Female MelleeRN is offline
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Your daughter might like something called the diva cup. it is reusable, washes with soap and water. It is sort of like a diaphragm. now the diva cup is a name brand item, but you can find the same thing cheaper at Walgreen's
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