I decided sort of last minute to dedicate this week on the blog to cloth diapers. I am having so much fun prepping all these tiny fluffy diapers for baby girl, and forgot how much I just love itty bitty cloth diapers. Thought I’d bring you all along for the ride this week and talk to you about some exciting cloth diaper industry news and new products out there.
For those of you who aren’t familiar with my cloth diapering experiences (it has been a while since I blogged about it and Kendall is pretty much potty trained at this point), please check out my Cloth Diaper category. These two posts (here and here) seem to be the most read when it comes to the subject (although, admittedly, they are LOOOOONNNNNG winded).
While Kendall spent most of his time in cloth diapers wearing one size pocket diapers like Bum Genius 3.0s, he started out in Kissaluvs size 0 newborn fitteds with covers. (Does all of this sound Greek to you? Make sure you check in later this week when I share a Vlog breaking down the different types of diapers.)
The Kl0s were part of a rental package from SunshineDiapers.com, and were my gateway drug to my cloth diapering addiction. Since renting these 2 and a half years ago, I’ve become friends with Rhea, the owner of SunshineDiapers.com, and she’s helped me with many cloth diaper predicaments since then. She’s a wealth of information! And incredibly kind. She’s hooked me up with a second newborn rental package for baby girl AND she wants to give one away to one of you!
What you’ll get:
24 newborn/size 0 Kissaluv fitted diapers (some will be new, some will be gently used/like new condition)
4 overnight doublers
Free shipping code for a future order
Cloth diaper info and support from Rhea herself
(Keep in mind, this is a RENTAL, so you will have to return everything… except the free shipping and diapering advice)
This is the PERFECT way to jump into cloth diapering from the beginning with your little one. All you’ll need to add is a cloth diaper friendly soap, like Charlie’s Soap or Rockin’ Green Soap, a couple wetbags, a diaper pail (or trash can) and a pail liner. You’ll continue to use all these things well beyond the newborn stage and with any future cloth diapers you purchase.
The rental typically lasts about 3 months, but Rhea is great about working with you to make sure you get the timing right . We only needed them for 10 weeks since Kendall was such a chunkster and grew out of them by then.
How to enter:
Comment below telling me a little about your cloth diaper experience. Have you done it before? Considered it? What interests you? (Mandatory entry, must do for others to count.)
Follow @SunshineDiapers on Twitter
Like SunshineDiapers on Facebook
Follow @BabyRabies on Twitter
(You don’t have to do all of them!)
Leave one comment for each, please. Remember, I moderate comments. If yours doesn’t show up at first, give it a few hours before trying again. I’ll use Random.org to draw a lucky winner on Friday, the 17th (assuming I’m not in labor).
This is only open to US residents (sorry!), and the winner must start the rental within 6 months of winning it.
Looking forward to sharing more with you all this week!
Kendall is 2.5 ish and daytime potty trained (yay!) and I’m 38.5 weeks pregnant.