Spray Pal Giveaway #clothdiapers

Now that you have a good start to your fluff stash, we want to make it easier for you to use your cloth diapers. No one likes cleaning solid waste from a soiled diaper. Spray Pal is here to help!

Like the other giveaways so far, this is a family owned business. Dave and Jen are elementary school teachers with a young daughter. They tried using a diaper sprayer, but didn’t like the mess it made in the bathroom. Dave invented the Spray Pal to solve that problem.

This device lets you use your diaper sprayer without making a mess. It prevents spray and splatter from getting around your bathroom and even lets you squeeze out the excess water without touching the soiled diaper. Best of all, it folds flat for easy storage. Check out the video below for a demonstration of this handy device.

One winner will receive a Spray Pal (ARV $21.95). This giveaway is open to residents of the US and Canada. Please see the Rafflecopter entry form for more details.

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Special Thanks to We’re Parents!? for organizing this great giveaway!

Fall Grilling

I bought my Kingsford charcoal grill in March. It was a $40 clearance impulse buy. I’d wanted a grill for years, but never purchased one due to the cost. Finding such a great deals was a clincher for me. I have zero buyer’s remorse on this one.

Those steaks at the top of this post are the very first thing I ever grilled for myself. Since then, I’ve grilled kilbasa, chicken, burgers, artichoke, and other tasty treats. They’ve all been pretty successful. Zsuzsa loves it so much, she requests grilled meat and is highly disappointed when we can’t grill.

Now it’s October and grilling season is rapidly coming to an end, but I’m not ready to give it up. It may be dark, but the food is worth it. It seems to me that fall offers me an all new palette to choose from if I want to get daring. Apples and pumpkin are two fall foods that have me intrigued. Can these be cooked on the grill? My gut instinct is yes.

If you are a fall grill fan, what do you cook? Do you change with the seasons? I’m looking for suggestions!