Change-Diapers was compensated to host this giveaway. All opinions are our own. In September I was able to see the Thirsties Newborn AIO at their ABC booth and I was a little bummed that I won’t have a baby to use them on!
I received a diaper at no cost for review purposes. I was not otherwise compensated for this post, and all opinions are my own. The name Chelory is a combination of owner Rachel and her husband Cory’s names. This WAHM has been a popular brand for several years and had often sold out at stockings. More than two years ago I bought a SD AIO, and the stock was so limited I had to take what I could get! Chelory recently sent their organic AIO for Katie and me to try.
I purchased the pictured items myself. I was not asked to write, nor was I compensated for this post. All opinions are my own. Any time the topic of reusable menstrual pads came up, several Change-Diapers moms enthusiastically recommended Pink Lemonade. I ordered some in early November and as always seems the case when I’m anxious to try some new cloth pads or a menstrual cup, my cycle was late. So I waited & waited and finally got to try them!