Katie received a complementary product to review. She was not otherwise compensated for this post and all opinions are her own. Love Bug Baby Products was founded by a mother of two who was searching for a cloth diaper friendly cream, but never found one that met her needs. She tried several different creams on her baby and had less than desirable results. She decided she would create her own bottom balm using ingredients found in nature and perfect that recipe. She decided to create Love Bug Baby Products after she got several requests from friends and family for her hand made baby care products. With their own children testing the products out, you can guarantee they stand behind each and every one of their products.
I purchased the pictured items myself. I was not asked to write, nor was I compensated for this post, and all opinions are my own. Post contains affiliate links. After 5 1/2 years of cloth diapering, I finally tried a diaper sprayer. Most families feel a splatter shield is a must-have when you have a sprayer so I thought it would be interesting to compare them! Splatter shields aren’t new. Back in 2009 when I was deciding what to do when my son started solids, I found the Potty Pail, though today’s splatter shields are even more sophisticated. Today I’m comparing the Spray Pal, Diaper Diamond and Diaper Dawgs Spray Collar.
qdSpray Portable Cloth Diaper Sprayer Review
I purchased this item myself. I was not asked to write, nor was I compensated for this post, and all opinions are my own. Post contains affiliate links. I’ve heard so often that a diaper sprayer is a “must have” cloth diapering accessory. In fact, many families consider it a necessity, not a luxury. After 5.5 years of cloth diapering without one, I’ve finally tried a sprayer or more specifically, the qdSpray portable cloth diaper sprayer.
Have you been following Baby Oliver’s story? Oliver, born at 25 weeks/1 lb 9 oz, is now 11 weeks old and just broke the 5 lb mark. Doctors are hopeful that he will be able to leave the NICU in a month or so, though he will have frequent doctor visits and potential future surgeries ahead of him. The family has insurance however, it doesn’t cover all costs (bills are arriving daily) or their extra expenses involved with his NICU stay. Amii is spending most of her time about 3 hours away from home so she can be in the NICU with Oliver, and her husband is caring for their older kids and driving back and forth.