Before you read Bethany’s review, I just wanted to warn you that visiting the HBC’s cloth diapering section of their website might transform you into cloth diaper addict. I asked Adam, the owner of HBC, if he knew of any CDAA classes in the area (Cloth Diapering Addicts Anonymous), because I am seriously concerned about my daughter’s obsession with buying the cutest, the best, the most innovative diapers out there. He not only did not know of any, but he was hoping it would stay that way!
There’s nothing missing from his selection of cloth diapers and accessories: organic, swim, one-size, AIO, newborn, prefolds, flats, fitteds, pockets, and all-in-twos. Not to mention training pants, inserts and doublers, Snappis, and diaper covers. The selection is nothing short of fabulous! And they even offer Package Deals, to make stylish cloth diapering a bit more affordable.
Thirsties Duo Fab Fitted diaper for Bethany to try. He is also offering one to a lucky reader of the blog (who will be chosen via Random.org)! And there is no jumping through hoops required to win one. Simply do one of two things: “Like” the HBC Facebook page and/or sign up to receive the HBC newsletter (you will find the link to sign up on the left side of their website page as you scroll down). Then post a comment here letting me know what you did and what size Thirsties Duo Fab Fitted diaper you would like. It’s that simple. Oh, and while it is not a requirement, it would just be nice if you would “like” the GG FB page as well!
Size One – 0-9 mos. 6-18 lbs.
Size Two – 9-36 mos. 18-40 lbs.
• Adjustable rise
• Tunnel design to allow for additional stuffing
• Pair with a diaper cover (as with all prefolds – they are not waterproof!)
• Easy to use
• Grows with baby so you only need two sizes from birth to potty-learning
• Great colors (Mango, Honeydew, Orchid, White and Meadow)
Internal soaker is composed of spongy microfiber that can absorb up to seven times its weight in liquid.
MADE IN THE USA!
• No leaks or blowouts
• Super soft
• Made it overnight with no leaks and with no extra inserts used (this would be a great diaper for a heavy wetter!)
Okay, to be fair, there are some downsides as well.
|Fitted diaper with diaper cover|
To read more about cloth diapering, click on the links below:
Guest blogger, Heather Desuta's opinions about cloth diapering:
It's Worth It! and The Slippery Slope
Guest blogger, Danielle Gregory's experiences with cloth diapering twins:
Breastfeeding and Cloth Diapering Times Two
Cloth vs. Disposable: Let's Talk Money
Cloth vs. Disposable: An Environmental Issue
Cloth vs. Disposable: Health Alert!
A Tree Hugger I'm Not
I Poo in Blue...Really Now