Katie received free product for review. If you click & buy, we may receive a small commission, thank you. Geffen Baby has tons of great diaper related products. They have several kinds of prefolds, several kinds of absorbers and even fitted diapers. It’s really a one-stop shop for all your absorbency needs. I recently just reviewed the Jersey prefolds and in case you missed it, you can read my Geffen Baby jersey prefold preview.
Katie received a free diaper for review. Maria has a business relationship with the brand and may receive a small commission if you click & buy, thank you. All opinions are Katie’s. When I looked for a cloth diapering solution I was always told that fitted diapers were the very best diaper you could get for nighttime. Never once did anyone mention to me that prefolds could easily be an amazing nighttime solution as well. Once I had a positive outcome with prefolds, I wasn’t so obsessed with fitted diapers anymore. I’m a pretty simple cloth diapering mom. Fitted diapers are great, don’t get me wrong. But I love a one-step process for lazy nights. Especially because often times, I let my kiddo fall asleep before putting his nighttime diaper on. I have to say that I’m really surprised people don’t talk more about Geffen Baby products, especially their prefolds.
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.
If you click & buy, I may receive a small commission. I have a business relationship with the manufacturer & received these inserts for free. Microfiber inserts are one of the most affordable cloth diaper inserts there are. That said, they have their downsides, including flattening & losing absorbency over time, being prone to compression leaks and picking up lint like crazy. Worst of all (in my opinion) is the feeling of a new microfiber insert on your hands – I shuddered just thinking about it.