Autumn at All About Cloth Diapers published a great article about the 5 things she wishes she would have known before cloth diapering. And that really inspired me—we have a great series where we talk specifically about what we would buy if we could cloth diaper all over again, but I thought it would be helpful to share a list of the things I wish I had known about, right from the beginning… 1. Cloth Diapering Your Baby Does Not Mean Your Baby Will Have A Giant Diaper Booty Cloth diapering kinda gets a bad rap for this one. But there are plenty of effective, trim choices out there. First of all, you can stick with some good ol’ flat diapers and those are trim as ever. I personally like to stick with the Geffen Baby Quick Absorbers Plus Inserts. Those are insanely trim. 2. Buying Used Diapers Is Not As Gross As You Think, Plus It Can Save You A Lot of Money Oh
Super Stash provided this diaper for review. For information on how we attempt to ensure our product reviews are as honest and fair to diaper creators as possible, please click here. When Emily was a few months old people started asking me which newborn diaper I liked the most, and I kept promising that I’d reveal the answer once she outgrew it. It took 21 months, but Emily finally outgrew my favorite all-around newborn diaper – the Kawaii Pure and Natural (PN2)! In this review I’ll tell you more about the diaper and why I’ll definitely be buying more of them if/when we have another baby! Materials/Features The Kawaii Pure and Natural is a pocket diaper, which means that there is a layer of stay-dry material attached to a waterproof cover, and you place an absorbent insert in the “pocket” of space between the two. In the Pure and Natural, the inner fabric is a polyester suedecloth and the outer fabric is TPU. Though the
Of all the swim diapers we have in our stash the Blueberry Freestyle is the one that I reach for most often these days, and Kebbie’s Diaper Bag is giving one lucky reader the opportunity to have one in their own stash! (And future winner, whoever you are – if/when your baby eventually poops in the swim diaper, can you come back and tell us how the diaper performed? I’m still dying to know … but also pretty thankful that I’ve never had to find out!) Enter below for your chance to win! Winners will be notified by email and will have 48 hours to claim their prize. For more giveaways, don’t forget to check out the PTS Family Friendly Giveaway Linky!
Nothing says summer like a bowl of fresh fruit, so to celebrate the season we have teamed up with a group of cloth diaper bloggers to bring you this Fruity Fluff giveaway! Cloth Diaper Addicts, Cozy Bums Diapers, Padded Tush Stats, The Parenting Patch, Thinking About Cloth Diapers, and This West Coast Mommy are giving one lucky winner the chance to win an AppleCheeks cloth diaper (with a 2 layer bamboo insert) and a Blueberry Deluxe pocket diaper in the winner’s choice of colors. Hopefully this collection of “fruity fluff” will be a welcome addition to someone’s summer vacation plans! Boring fine print stuff: This giveaway is open to residents of the United States and Canada. The mandatory skills question must be answered correctly for the rest of the entries to count. Winning entries will be verified. This giveaway is not affiliated with Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram, or any other method of social media.
Kebbie’s Diaper Bag provided this diaper for review. For information on how we attempt to ensure our product reviews are as honest and fair to diaper creators as possible, please click here. Tara’s favorite swim diaper had been the Charlie Banana Swim Diaper/Training Pants because the very thin layer of absorbency in the diaper kept any pre-pool trickles off the living room floor. Her one issue with the diaper, though, was that it didn’t have side snaps (because no matter what kind of diaper you are dealing with, if there isn’t a way to unfasten it when your baby has pooped, you’re going to have a mess on your hands). When we learned that there was a swim diaper with light padding that ALSO had side snaps, we knew that we had to try it out. Since my family was headed for a week at the beach, lucky Emily was the one who got to give the Blueberry Freestyle swim diaper a run for it’s