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Saturday, October 18, 2014

Lotus Bumz Cloth Diaper Review

 As you know from reading this blog, Jamie and I are both a fan of cloth diapers. While I do not use cloth quite as frequently now that my little man is older, we still use it from time to time when we are home. Lotus Bumz contacted me recently for a review of their awesome pocket diaper. Since my little man is a HUGE Peppa Pig fan, I opted for the Piggie diaper, which I no longer see on their site. Little man was very excited and started "oinking" immediately. 


This diaper absorbs very well! As you can imagine, since my "baby" is now a big boy toddler, he is perfectly capable of very big pee's. This diaper has held incredible well and we have had no leakage. These diapers have three rows of snaps so it can fit the tiniest baby to the biggest of toddlers (like my 32lb chunk!) It is super soft, and I can tell that my son prefers to wear this over disposable diapers. He is not pulling and tugging at it as he does in disposables.


  • All PUL outer lining
  • Three rows of adjustment snaps to allow for a small/medium/large size in one diaper
  • Hip snaps to prevent the sides from drooping
  • Waist tab overlaps for extra-small waist size
  • Inside is made out of super soft fleece
  • Pocket diaper includes a 3-layer microfiber insert
Lotus Bumz has some of the cutest patterned diapers I have seen. There are lobster diapers, chevron prints, and plenty of animal designs as well! Lets face it, half of the reason many of us love cloth is because of how perfectly adorable they are! 

This diaper fits really well for him on the largest possible settings, as you can see. It also can be adjusted to fit a newborn as you can see in the above collage! This is truly one diaper that will fit your baby for infancy to toddler-hood! Talk about a cost saver! At only $20.99- 22.99 each, you can afford enough to get your start with cloth diapering! When you calculate the math on how expensive buying disposable diapers over time, you will realize that cloth truly is the way to go! Even though we do not use cloth as much anymore (we still do on occasion) it saved us a ton of money over the 9 months that we did use them! You can also resale a lot of cloth diapers and make up some of your money there too!

If you are looking to do something good for the environment, give your kid a cute fluffy butt, or just looking to save money, Lotus Bumz is the store for you!
Disclosure: The above item was received in order to facilitate review. I have not been compensated for this post. Top Notch Material blog will always provide honest opinions, beliefs or experiences on products reviewed. We will only recommend products or services that we feel are of benefit to our readers. If you have any questions, please contact me at nursemommypaige at yahoo dot com. The disclosure is done in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission 10 CFR, Part 255 Guides Concerning the use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising. 

1 comment:

  1. I love cloth diapers. I think even if you use disposable you should always have cloth on hand. You never know what you will be snowed in and not have diapers. Plus look how great these prints are.

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