Who is Fluff Life Family?

by - January 22, 2018

We're just a little family living in Murfreesboro, Tennessee, which is smack dab in the middle of the state. Seriously - there's a monument in town that marks the geographical center of Tennessee.
Jamal grew up here, and I moved here for college in 2007.

My boyfriend and I will both be 29 this year. We met in college 10 years ago this spring!
He's my best friend and I'm super lucky to have him in my life. 

We waited a long time before deciding to have a baby, and the wait was definitely worth it! Vivian will be 2 in May, and she's just the best. It's amazing to see the combination of both of our personalities blossoming in her. She's the sweetest thing, but she's got a crazy CRAZY stubborn streak. 

I decided during my pregnancy that I would be using cloth diapers once she could fit in one size. I don't remember how I discovered them or my thought process when deciding, but I knew pretty much immediately it was the best choice for me. I used disposable diapers until Vivi was 7 weeks old. I slowly made the transition to full time cloth. I started out only using cloth diapers at home and during the day. Then I would use them during shopping trips. By about a month into it I was experimenting to find out what I could use for overnights. I've still used a couple packs of sposies here and there, but we're very much exclusively into cloth.

Vivi at 1 month old. Her first cloth diaper! We didn't actually start for a few more weeks.

As I delved into the cloth diapering world I quickly fell in love. The community is amazing. All the different types of diapers and different brands and different prints. There's just so much to take in! I've always been somewhat natural-minded, so cloth diapers just felt right. I didn't expect how much farther it would push me, though. Once I was using cloth diapers on my daughter it just made sense to look into cloth menstrual pads as well. That all started a spiral into making more sustainable, natural choices throughout my entire house. I've still got a long way to go, but I love knowing that every small change I make is adding up to making a difference.

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