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@ThirstiesInc one size #clothdiapers via @chgdiapers 1

I purchased the one-size diapers myself. I was not compensated, nor was I asked to write this post, and all opinions are my own. Post contains affiliate links. I was really anxious to try the new Thirsties one-size diapers since the duo diapers were one of my favorites. I’ll compare the new one-size diaper to the duo, then follow with my usual “review.” I’m also giving away two diapers in a self-spnsored giveaway so read on! [click to continue reading and enter the giveaway]


@EcoNuts Natural Ammonia Bouncer for #clothdiapers via @chgdiapers

Post contains affiliate links. I received the pictured product at no cost for review purposes. I was not otherwise compensated for this post, and all opinions are my own. I love Eco Nuts’ liquid soap nuts detergent (I used it during the flats/hand washing challenge), and Eco Nuts sent me their newest product, a natural ammonia bouncer. [click to continue reading and enter the giveaway]


@Geffenbaby newborn super absorbers #clothdiapers inserts via @chgdiapers 1

I have a business relationship with the manufacturer, and I received this product sample for free. Geffen Baby‘s line of absorbers (universal cloth diaper inserts) are available in 3 sizes (newborn, regular & plus) and 2 materials (hemp fleece or hemp jersey.) They are all 5 layers of 60% hemp/40% organic cotton, and are made in the U.S.A. I received their newest product, the newborn super absorber, to try. [click to continue reading]


@ThirstiesInc Hook & Loop Compared via @chgdiapers

I purchased the pictured items myself at retail prices. I was not asked to write, not was I compensated for this post, and all opinions are my own. Thirsties is one of my favorite brands. Their products are made in the USA, and I have yet to try one that I don’t like. I’ve written many Thirsties reviews over the years and the Duo Diaper is one of my favorites. Though I’ve since had that particular diaper converted to snaps, that post shows what the old H&L looked like after more than 2 years of constant use. I was psyched to see the announcement of the improved H&L, and purchased one to show you. [click to continue reading]



I received a complimentary product for review purposes. All opinions are my own. Post contains affiliate link. Naturepedic isn’t a new name in our home. It’s been nearly two years since I published my Naturepedic Organic Crib Mattress review. When my resistant-to-change 4-year old was finally ready to move out of his toddler bed into a twin, I knew I didn’t want him sleeping on a traditional mattress; I’m so careful about what goes on and in my children’s bodies, but the idea of what they are sleeping on just didn’t cross my mind until a few years ago. Assuming that the twin mattress we purchase for our kids will be used for many years, we set a pretty big budget when we bought my now 8 1/2 year old’s mattress. While it is very comfy and cushy, knowing what I know now, it kills me that she’s spending so much of her time laying on a literal bed of chemicals. [click to continue reading]