Herewith the last of our Sweet Deal Champions League profiles. Introducing our Champion of Champions, Anna Swank.
Lee and I have been married for seven years, and we have five kids:
Jonny (just turned 7)
Gracie (will be 6 in November)
Reagan & Serafina (just turned 1)
Lee is a stay-at-home dad, which is
really awesome. Sometimes he thinks I'm a little bonkers with all my
"save the planet" stuff, but he goes along with me most of the time.
Not without a little good-natured teasing, of course! Our house is
loud and crazy and usually more than a little messy, but fun. I never
in a million years thought I'd have five kids, but I wouldn't have it
any other way!
I work for a rockin' design research
company called Lextant. I've been here for a little over four years,
and I love it. Lee was a truck driver before he "retired." Now he
spends his days with the kids, and boats/fishes when he can. He's
pretty big into yard work, too. Me, I love to cook and sing karaoke.
I'm also an advocate of breastfeeding and natural birth, and do what I
can to support those causes.
When did you first purchase gdiapers? Hmm… August 2008, I think
What’s your favorite ‘little g’ pant color or print? Oh boy, that's a tough one! The Girly Girl Ruffles are super-cute, but I really think that I like Go Fish Blue or Grasshopper Green the best. Not exactly girly colors, but they're so vibrant – I just love them.
What do you enjoy telling people about gdiapers? Everything! They're adorable, of course, so that always strikes up conversation. I love telling people how easy they are, especially the flushables. I really feel like I can sell the gRefills as "just like disposable, but way better for you and your baby." Cloth can be a hard sell to most people, but the hybrid concept seems to really get folks excited.
Why did you become a gMum or gDad? I'm not gonna lie – I'm all about free stuff! I do love talking to people, though, so the idea of potentially helping out with an expo or other parenting event is really appealing.
Your favorite gWord is? Groovy. Or gravy, if I'm hungry. 😉