Friday, 15 March 2013

Cloth Diaper Giveaway

     Cloth diapering is easy once you find the cloth diapering system(s) you prefer, (whether it is the prefolds, fitteds, pockets, all-in-ones (AIO), or a hybrid system (all-in two or AI2) and find the right washing routine . I will explain each of the cloth diapering systems in my next blog post. Cloth diapering can be a lot of fun. What do I mean by fun? The diapers are REALLY cute and so many cloth diaperers enjoy trying out new "fluff", it's really kind of addictive! Plus new advancements are made so that diapering becomes easier and new styles come out all the time! Not to mention the many great benefits of using cloth or the fun giveaways. Keep coming back here and I will talk about cloth diapering, the basics of cloth diapering, my beginners journey in it as well as things I have learned, how it is done,  and tips and tricks.

    A few weeks ago I got my first two shipments of fluff. One was from Green Baby Goods. The diapers were cute, washed well and the diaper accessories were wonderful. I absolutely love my The Balm!. One of the diapers I really liked was the Kawaii Goodnight O/S Heavy Wetter. Why did I like it? The print was cute. I got two, both were the animal print, one of the diapers was white, the other was green. The diaper is a one size diaper so fits babies from 8-36 lbs. The material washes well and unlike some of my other diapers has not stained even a little bit. The inside material is soft, it is made of micro fleece  which keeps baby feeling dry and comfortable. The snaps rather then a hook and loop system ensure the diapers last longer. Plus this diaper comes with two inserts so that the diaper can be used during the day (with one) or at night. The microfiber inserts are very absorbent!



For more information about this diaper, go to Green Baby Goods

Have you tried this diaper? What did you think about it?

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45 comments:

  1. We tried cloth diapering once before--didn't work out but maybe it's worth another shot. :0)

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  2. I have yet to try it but very interested.

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  3. I have been cloth diapering my children for over 4 years now, and LOVE it! Such a money saver (especially since I did not have to buy my second child diapers, he inherited his brother's stash), and I love that I am protecting the environment and keeping nasty toxins away from my children at the same time :-)

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  4. I love the bum genius and just discovered charlie banana and love them! would love to try this one!

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  5. I love the cute prints! It makes changing diapers less of a chore!

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  6. I haven't tried these diapers before. I have a whole collection from my first two kids I CD'd, and am restocking some items/replacing some for my 3rd due in June. I love not having to buy disposables and throw all that money into the garbage. I initially spent under $200 for cloth and since my kids were late potty training (almost at 4yrs old) I saved a bunch!

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  7. Cloth diapering baby #3 right now, I only have one kawaii and i love it! Would love more to add to my stash!!

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  8. I like that Its soft and of coarse the prints. I also love that I am not buying diapers all the time. I can use that money for other stuff.

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  9. I am due any day and have one Kawaii! I've heard nothing but good things about the GNHW and I'd love to try it out!

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  10. I like it because it saves money and it's better for baby's tush! : )

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  11. Cloth diapering baby number one for about 3 months now (she's 4.5 months old). I LOVE it! I was intimidated at 1st to start, mostly because of trying to figure out a wash routine. But once I just jumped in and did it, it's easy!! :) I was surprised about how easy it was. I love that it's such a money saver...that's the biggest reason. But a close 2nd is that she's yet to have a blowout! She's starting to eat a lot more and is turning into more of a heavy wetter, so a diaper specifically for overnight heavy wetters sounds perfect for us right now! :)

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  12. I like that I can save money using cloth diapers. I like that it is better for my baby. And the cute colors and prints are super fun.

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  13. I love how much money you save! And how cute they are.

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  14. I love how versatile, economical, and reusable they are. I am very excited to start using cloth with our baby due in September!

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  15. Would love to try these out

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  16. I am new to cloth diapering so I guess the idea of saving moola and the ease of modern cloth makes this a great investment!

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  17. I like that CDing saves our family money and puts less waste in the landfill.

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  18. I like that you aren't throwing so much into our landfills!

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  19. We did a diaper trial from a retailer and found out which diapers we really liked and the ones that I had researched and "loved" online ended up being our least favorite! Do a diaper trial!!!

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  20. I have found so many different types of cloth diapers that it is hard to choose. Didn't know there were so many ways to do something that seems so simple!

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  21. i haven't tried these diapers yet and would love to give them a try!

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  22. I love how cute they are and that I'm not throwing money away!

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  23. Love the money savings and good for the environment!

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  24. I like that I don't have to put so much stuff in the landfill, and that it is better for my baby.

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  25. I like that it's so cute and reuseable

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  26. i have a heavy wetter so i hope i get to try this diaper and see if that is our night time solution :)

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  27. I used cloth with all three of my kids (starting back in 2000!) and am now expecting my fourth. I love the cost savings of cloth versus disposables and the sweet, natural softness.

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  28. All the money I have saved on it!

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  29. I love the cost savings of cloth diapers and the cuteness!
    jbang0331 at yahoo dot com

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  30. haven't started yet as we're still waiting for the end of the third trimester but i'm amazed at how cute cloth is :) I do wish I knew more about absorbencies though

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  32. We love prefolds and covers during the day, but we have a heavy wetter, so those don't work so well at night... after trying Rumparooz, Bumgenius, Thirsties, Imagine, and Kawaii (two kinds), the Kawaii GNHW is the clear winner!

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    1. I have a heavy wetter too who sometimes eats about 4 or more times a night still (Sigh) and even then these diapers can hold 8-10 hours and thats with microfiber no hemp or bamboo so I agree they really are good!

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  33. We are new to cloth diapering. I used disposables with my first 2 children, and wasn't aware of how much more convenient cloth diapering has become. I first looked into it when my baby girl was a month old and had a bleeding rash on her bottom that would just not go away. I have not looked back since we started cloth diapering. I only own 12 cloth diapers, so I do laundry every night, but it's worth it to me. I can't wait to improve on my stash a bit and try some of the other styles. So far we have FuzziBunz in size small and she's about to outgrow those.

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    1. We just started also and now I have 15 diapers in my stash but the prefolds I have I am not a fan of because they are REALLY bulky. If your looking at great cheap diapers Kawaii Goodnights are great and so are the Kawaii HD2s. Otherwise I have LOVED Charlie Banana so far. Charlie Banana has amazingly cute prints and colours and fits great (even though they are O/S - unlike Kawaii the leg gussets are adjusteable). We have the "Goodbye Disposables" print and I adore it!

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  34. I have been cloth diapering for two years now and two daughters. I love how much better it is for the environment, my baby girls' skin, and how incredibly adorable the girls look with cloth diapers on their bottoms.

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  35. We are getting everything together to cloth diaper for the first time this summer when our baby boy is born. Very excited :D

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    1. Congrats and Good luck, hope you love cloth! If your looking for recommendations some great sites include allaboutcloth and Padded Tush Stats, also Im going to do a few reviews soon. Try different diapers out and styles and see which you like best. I thought I would like AIO and now Im kind of avoiding them and going for pockets. Personally Im loving Charlie Banana and am excited to try out the Flip diapers and inserts I got for nighttime!

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  36. I love cloth diapering. They're cute. It's cheaper (as long as the addiction stays under control) and it saves the environment.

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  37. I love cloth diapering, because its so much healthier! No chemicals to expose baby to. My little man has much healthier skin since we swithed to cloth.
    -patricia b-

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  38. I love that cloth is affordable and eco friendly!

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  39. I am just now going to start, but I love how great they are for the environment and really love that it will prevent toxic chemicals from sitting on my baby's bottom.

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  40. I LOVE everything about cloth - cheaper, eco-friendly, baby exposed to fewer chemicals, and super cute! I even have a facebook page dedicated to sharing the love of fluff: https://www.facebook.com/ClothByL?ref=hl :-)

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