Post contains affiliate links. I hesitated to do this post because, well, it’s been done before. I felt the same way about my Cloth 101 post but it was a huge hit, so here I am. I had some icky squicky feelings about menstrual cups at first too, but once I found a menstrual cup for a low cervix, I became a total convert. So going on some of the things I’ve often heard, and some that I heard during a recent mainstream Facebook chat, here are some FAQs and their answers.
I received the Lunette cup earlier this year for free to review. I purchased the other cups myself. I was not asked to write, nor was I compensated for this post. All opinions are my own. Fair warning that if you don’t want to know about the state of my cervix or hear about vaginas & menstruation, it is in your best interest to click away now. Earlier this year, I published my size 2 Lunette Cup review. Unfortunately, it was just a smidgen too long for me, and I’ve been on the hunt for the right cup for me.
Katie received a pair of nursing pads free for review. Change-Diapers was not otherwise compensated for this post, and all opinions are Katie’s. Cake Lingerie is a company that was created to empower pregnant and breastfeeding women and to make them look and feel great during this period in their lives. They have a wide variety of nursing and maternity wear including bras, sleepwear and underwear. Washable CupCake nursing pads are a new addition to their collection and are made from natural, organic cotton and hemp.
I photographed these products with permission at the ABC Expo. I was not asked to write, nor was I compensated for this post, and I paid my own way to the show. All opinions are my own. In addition to cloth diapers and cloth diaper accessories, there were lots of great products for mom & baby at the ABC Kids Expo.