Change-Diapers received a diaper at no cost for review purposes. We were not otherwise compensated for this post and all opinions are our own. Post updated in June 2016 to include affiliate links. If you click through and make a purchase I will receive a small commission. We joined the affiliate program months after the review. Snuggy Baby caught my attention at The ABC Show this past fall, and the company sent their AI2 for Katie to review.
Note from Maria: Wow, it’s been almost 5 years since I published my Sprout Change Diaper review! The Willow Store sent a Sprout Change diaper for Katie to now review. We were not otherwise compensated for this post and all opinions are Katie’s. I received the Sprout Change diaper system to review in the beautiful Robin’s Egg Shell. The blue and brown pair perfectly together.
Post contains affiliate links. 6 years ago I sat down and pecked out the first few posts on Change-Diapers (then hosted on Blogspot). I had switched my middle child to cloth diapers and was having a hard time finding all of the information. Bits here, pieces there and lots of contradictions. I was far from an expert but hoped that sharing my journey would help others in the same position. I jokingly say that you can find a “cloth diaper blogger” on every street corner now days but that wasn’t the case in 2009!
Here I am 6 years later, still blogging and having cloth diapered two children during that time. Earlier this year I bid on a package Cottonbabies contributed to a charity auction and won. I tucked away the solid colors to use as prizes and saved the Jules print for this! I’m not sure if Jules is still anyone’s unicorn but one of you will win a Bumgenuis 4.0 in Jules print from me and lots of great sponsors are offering prizes as well!
Change-Diapers received product at no cost for review purposes. We were not otherwise compensated for this post and all opinions are our own. Tots Bots is a beloved U.K. cloth diaper company and the Scotland made “nappies” are finally back in our hands via a new U.S. Distributor. Their brand new PeeNut wraps boast their popular prints, and the versatile day-to-night absorbent pads (inserts) keep babies dry.