Bianca received a diaper for review purposes. If you click & buy, we may receive a small commission, thank you! Before Nola was born, I was asked if I would like to try a Buttons Newborn cloth diaper once baby arrived. My answer – YES! I was so excited, because I’ve heard so many good things about this super cute All in Two diaper brand, but had not used one before. It’s the diaper with a button on the bum! Who could resist?
Janel received free product for review purposes. We were not otherwise compensated for this post and all opinions are her own. When I was approached to write this review I had never heard of the brand Omaiki before. Omaiki is a Canadian based company with products and materials that are also made in Canada. They sent me the new Orion fitted diaper and an adorable “Forest Friends” cover with snaps. Upon opening the package I was already impressed as there was a handwritten note included. For me, that personal touch adds a lot to the cloth diapering experience.
Katie received free products to review and all opinions are her own. If you click and buy, we may receive a small commission. Thank you. Dawn from HumBird sent us her newest diaper, the HumCloud Overnight Diaper. If you remember, we previously reviewed her adorable appliqué wool longies. This time she sent her nighttime diaper along with a wool cover for us to test out.
Change-Diapers received a product sample at the ABC Show. If you click & buy, we may receive a small commission, thank you. Tidy Tots diapers are a one-size diaper that fits babies from about 10-36 pounds without having to adjust the size, but that’s not the only thing that makes them unique. Tidy Tots diapers are manufactured in partnership with Herkimer Industries, which is a certified ARC facility that hires and trains individuals with disabilities, supported by non-disabled employees. Tidy Tots diapers are Made in the USA using high-grade materials to make them both durable and comfortable.
Katie received a free diaper to review. AppleCheeks is based out of Montreal, Quebec, Canada, where all of their products are designed and manufactured. Ilana Grostern and Amy Appleton Venu, owners of AppleCheeks, won the W100 Top 100 Female Entrepreneurs of 2016. AppleCheeks has a variety of products including washable nursing pads, wipes, training pants, their new one-size diaper and of course their three size envelope cover. Size one fits babies from about 7-20 pounds, size two fits from around 16-35 pounds and size three fits from 30-65 pounds! A portion of the proceeds from all of the size 3 covers will go to the Canadian Down Syndrome Society