Although I don’t have a child at the moment, I plan on using cloth diapers just so I can avoid buying disposable and wasting money often. Don’t get me wrong, there will be times when disposable is necessary, like when out and about running errands, traveling, and the sort since there’s no easy way to deal with a poop-y cloth diaper insert at that point in time.
I happened to receive the retro cassette tape cloth diaper from the company Glow Bug Cloth Diapers, and I must say it’s insanely cute! My niece Aislin got to be the recipient of this cloth diaper since she’s just a little over a month old, and as you can see, it gives her baby ghetto booty at the smallest size, but that’s to be expected since it is able to be used at multiple different snap settings. When I first saw the diaper, I was like wow, what’s with all of these buttons? This seemed too confusing for even me to figure out, but it was simple enough. Just button the ones near the crotch upwards, then button the ones around the waist according to babies size. I find this to be a godsend since not all babies are the same size and she can grow with this rather than buying another cloth diaper to fit her at a bigger size. And we all know that cloth diapers are not exactly cheap! At Glow Bug Cloth Diapers, you can get a 12 pack with inserts for $150, which makes them $12.50 a piece and they come in all sorts of designs and patterns. They’re also available on Amazon.com.
These feature a 360 degree russet, which means there is 360 degrees of protection. My sister mentioned that it leaked around Aislin legs, and that it’s probably because her legs are too skinny for the diaper at the moment. But, she liked how soft and absorbent the cloth inserts are as it was saturated with her pee. She also mentions that the snaps are a lot easier than other snap diapers. I’ve seen people complain about the snap buttons coming off after a couple weeks, but so far so good. I’ll update if anything occurs in the next few weeks.
For care instructions, read more on The Glow Bug Cloth Diaper website.
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