Lil Helper Cloth Diapers Recognizes World Mental Health Day 2017

Lil Helper Cloth Diapers recognizes world mental health day 2017 - image features a group of people standing at the edge of a dock facing out towards a body of water.

October 10th, 2017 is World Mental Health Day

Here at Lil Helper, mental health is a subject we hold close to our hearts. A few of our team members have struggled with Postpartum Depression or Anxiety and we have had many conversations with customers (AKA Lil Helper family members) who struggle with their mental health.

The World Health Organisation estimates that “worldwide about 10% of pregnant women and 13% of women who have just given birth experience a mental disorder, primarily depression”. If you went to prenatal classes, are part of a Mom group, etc… Chances are that 1 in 10 of those Mothers experienced a postpartum mental disorder. To make matters worse, many mothers all over the world feel pressure to “get back to normal” while dealing with their mental disorders. Many struggle in silence.

Today, we ask that you simply check in. Check in with yourself, your friends and family, check in with any new parents you know and even parents of older children. A simple, “Hey, how are you?” might make the world of a difference to someone who is suffering.

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How to Cloth Diaper in Public (AKA “The Wild”)

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how to cloth diaper in public aka the wild blog header - shows a mom holding her cloth diaper wearing baby in a public restroom, ready to change his cloth diaper

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What I learned after the death of a parent

A year ago today

Last year on this day me and my family unwillingly became members of a club that no one wants to be in. Sadly, a lot of you are probably here with us.
On Sept 24th, 2016 We had got a call from my mom early in the morning that my dad had a major stroke. We panicked and started to get ready to head over to the hospital. Twenty minutes later my phone rang it was my mom again my heart sank and I didn’t want to answer my phone. I answered and I could hear my mom crying “Amber dad passed away I’m so sorry”
What I learned after the death of a parent - My dad's last birthday with us, that smile I will never forgetWe cried and cried together on the phone. I just kept thinking ‘why, how could this happen’ It wasn’t fair.
We knew dad was sick but no one expected him to leave us as quickly has he did. He always had such an optimistic attitude and a smile on his face. There is so much to say about my dad, He was a devoted father and hard working businessman. He was caring, loving, Positive and FUNNY, Oh his humor! he had such a wicked sense of humor that would leave you in stitches. My kids adored him because he was the “funny Grandpa” he would always give my kids ridiculously huge sized candy bars and say “don’t worry about what MOMMY says GRANDPA says you have have it”  When my daughter was a baby he use to tease me about her cloth diapers and tell me I was washing mounds of poop in my washing machine. My kids miss him, my son tells me he has a “grandpa in heaven”
Memories that I will cherish forever are our summers up at Hickory Grove. I always laugh when I think back to how dad would curse about how all of us girls “over packed” for a weekend. My mom secretly nicknamed him “customs” and I’m honestly surprised he never started weighing our bags. He loved being in his boat on the water.
What I learned after the death of a parent - Remembering how my dad loved to spend time on the water in his boat

 What I have learned after the death of a parent

A year has passed but the pain my family feels is still fresh. I still feel as empty and gutted since the day we got the call. What I have learned about grief is that it doesn’t necessarily get better but it will be less and you will learn to cope with it. You will learn to live again and you will be thankful for growing number of days where you remember them and smile, these days will overshadow the dark days – It’s OK to have those days where you cry but I know my dad would want to be remembered with love and joy instead of pain and tears. So everyday I do my best to honor his life and remember him and all the wonderful memories I have. So this one is for you dad.
 To my Dad, who always encouraged me. You were there for me always. I hope you are proud of me today I miss and love you so much, Rest in the sweetest paradise dad you deserve it xoxo 

 

To everyone else reading and has also lost a loved one may we all find strength and healing in each other. My love & prayers go out to you all. xoxo

Lil Helper Seconds Deal 2017: A deal so fresh it had to move in with it’s Auntie and Uncle in Bel Air.

The Lil Helper Seconds Deal is A deal so fresh it had to move in with it's Auntie and Uncle in Bel Air

You’ll be busting out your best Carlton when you see the Lil Helper Seconds Deal 🕺

Over 30% off! 

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Will Smith from the Fresh Prince of Bel Air turning to look at the camera with a confused look on his face as if to say "Lil Helper Seconds? What does that mean?"

“Lil Helper Seconds, what the heck does that mean? Is there something wrong with these diapers?”

There is nothing wrong with these cloth diapers. They are 100% functional and will perform just as well as “first quality” Lil Helper cloth diapers. So what makes them seconds? It could be one of four reasons:

  • They have fallen on the floor of our warehouse
  • They have a small cosmetic flaw
  • They have been returned brand new, never used
  • They have been washed by our team to test out a detergent

Fresh Prince of Bel Air looking really excited and shocked as if he's so excited about the lil helper seconds sale he's going to get 30 cloth diapers

“SAY WHAT? I’m going to get 30!”

Hold up. We want everyone to be able to get this deal so we are setting a limit of 12 diapers per family. It’s only fair.

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“That’s actually really cool of you guys. I’m going to place my order right now!”

That’s a smart idea. The Lil Helper seconds deal will only be available until we run out of seconds stock and that could happen very, very soon.

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This is us when we get to pack a Seconds Deal order: