KidsCuteture is offering our readers a giveaway of a $20 gift certificate!
KidsCuteture, a WAHM business run by Elisha Cram, sells various "handmade children's items that are almost as adorable as your kids." Some of the items available in the shop include: knitted and crocheted hats, photo props, tutus, cloth diapers and cloth diapering accessories. I received a one size pocket diaper to review, and I've purchased fitted diapers and fleece diaper liners from KidsCuteture in the past as well.
Though my son Daniel is sensitive to synthetics, the pique lining Elisha uses in her diapers doesn't bother his skin at all. After enjoying using her fitted diapers for several months, I was excited to try out one of her new pocket diapers. KidsCuteture one size pocket diapers have a three step snap down rise adjustment, and Daniel (at 20 pounds and 30 inches tall) is on the middle rise setting.
The diaper's pocket opening is in the middle of the inside of the diaper, closer to the back (instead of at the very front or back seam, like most other pocket diapers) which allows the inserts to agitate out in the washing machine. It came with two cotton flats as inserts, which isn't something I've seen before with a pocket diaper, but I was definitely interested in trying it out. (I ended up liking the flats very much—more on that later.)
I've used this diaper for both daytime (stuffed with one flat) and nighttime (stuffed with two) and I've not had any leakage issues. (Daniel is a heavy wetter and we do sometimes have morning leaks in a few of the other nighttime diaper configurations we've tried.) The fit of the diaper is similar to the other pocket diapers I have. It's not extremely trim, but it's not the bulkiest diaper I have, either. When it's stuffed with just one flat, it's (perhaps, obviously) much slimmer than when it's stuffed two. Trimness isn't a quality in a cloth diaper that I care about very much, to be honest. We buy clothes that fit well over them, and I really enjoy patting Daniel's fluffy cloth bum!
The diaper has elastic at both the front and back (as well as the legs) which makes for a more snug fit around the waist than other diapers I have. It's not tight at all, nor does it leave red marks, but there is no gaping in the front. I like that feature of the diaper, because whenever there's even a small gap in the front of Daniel's diaper, he puts his hands down the gap and pulls at the front of his diaper.
BUY IT!You can purchase your own pocket diapers (and various cloth diapering accessories and other kids items) at KidsCuteture. A pocket diaper like the one I reviewed retails for $20 before shipping.
And just for Natural Parents Network and Anktangle readers, KidsCuteture is giving a 10% discount on all orders from now through October 31. Enter code ANKTANGLE10 during the ordering process.
WIN IT!For your own chance to win a $20 gift certificate from KidsCuteture, enter by leaving a comment and using our new Rafflecopter system below.
Contest is open to the US and Canada.
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Contest closes October 17, 2011, at 11:59 p.m. Eastern Time.
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