Change-Diapers received a product at no cost for review purposes. No other compensation was received and all opinions are our own. I first saw Little Owl cloth diapers at the RDIA conference last fall, and had the pleasure of meeting the owners. I really liked what I saw and wished I had known about them when my boys were smaller! We received a size large AI2 for Katie to review and I’m happy to share our thoughts with you.
Change-Diapers has been compensated for the time to host this giveaway. Thirsties never disappoints and I’m always excited when they have something new. Today they have several new “somethings” and a great giveaway to go along with it!
Post contains affiliate links. Fuzzibunz has introduced their new Sweet Beginnings collection diapers. They are the same cut as the Fuzzibunz one-size small and large with slightly different weight range recommendations. The “first year” diapers are equivalent to the one-size small and fit babies 6-24 pounds. The one-size fit 10-40 pounds, replacing the one-size large.
I received the pictured diaper at no cost. I was not asked to write, nor was I compensated for this post, and all opinions are my own. Post contains affiliate links. I got a tiny peek at the Thirsties Newborn AIO when I stopped by their booth at ABC this fall, and Thirsties was kind enough to send me one when they were available at last!
I received the pictured diaper as a Kickstarter perk, for which I paid the same as everyone else. I was not asked to write, nor was I compensated for this post, and all opinions are my own. Post may contain affiliate links. I saw the O.N.E. by GroVia prototype at ABC this fall, and was anxiously awaiting my reward after backing the Kickstarter campaign.
One important note: the prototype had microfiber inserts and I know some were disappointed by that. Good news! The production models are
a unique cotton blend (less than 10% polyester) 100% pre-shrunk cotton and are awesomely absorbent. (GroVia had made the cotton/poly blend soakers but none of them ended up in any production run.)