I know a lot of mothers-to-be that contemplate whether to choose cloth or disposable diapers. For me, it was never a question; I simply wasn’t prepared to do the work it took to use cloth diapers. Sure, I’ve spent countless dollars on disposable diapers over the years, but I was sure that the simplicity of them was well worth it. Nevertheless, when GroVia offered me the chance to try out one of its popular all-in-one diapers, I figured, “What the heck!” So with my third baby, I finally decided to give the cloth diaper a try.
When I received the GroVia All-in-One Cloth Diaper, the first thought that occurred to me was comfort. I realized how much more comfortable the cloth diaper must be for a baby than the rough disposable ones. The inside liner of the GroVia cloth diaper is made with 100% organic cotton which is super soft and super absorbent. In fact, it actually increases in absorbency with each washing! The outside of the diaper has soft stretchy bands for a comfortable fit around the legs and several snaps at the waist allowing for a perfect fit for babies from 10 to 35 pounds. If you are going to invest in using cloth diapers, you might as well choose a one-size-fits-all style like the GroVia diaper.
I was excited to start using this comfortable and environmentally responsible new diaper with my daughter and after easily snapping it on her for the first time, I was pleased with myself for giving it a chance. She looked so cute in her puffy little underwear and I was able to fit it to her perfectly with the different snap options. I was nervous to put her down for a nap with the cloth diaper on, but two hours later when I went to get her up, her sheets were still dry even though the inside of the diaper was pretty wet. Then I just snapped it off and popped it in the laundry. The diaper doesn’t require any special washing so it doesn’t put any kinks in my laundry routine.
GroVia wants to help you discover how easy cloth diapering can be too, so the company is very generously offering one lucky Mommy Kat and Kids reader a GroVia prize pack containing a GroVia All-in-One Cloth Diaper and a sample of GroVia Magic Stick Diaper ointment, a $30 value! To enter to win, just leave a blog comment about whether or not you have ever used cloth diapers for your little ones.
I started to realize right away that cloth diapers aren’t really the extra work load I imagined them to be. Of course I only have the one so far, but I am really starting to wish I had more! As my little one gets older I know I will be visiting www.gro-via.com to increase her cloth diaper collection. GroVia cloth diapers are stylish, environmentally responsible, cost saving and comfortable. Too bad it took me 3 babies to finally come around, but better late than never!
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I didn’t use cloth on my first, I honestly hadn’t heard of cloth diapers then. I wish i had :/ I am going to use cloth on my second tho. Shes due in December so I’m stash building right now :)
I switched for my 5th and final baby girl!
I just started using cloth.
I just converted our 4 month old to cloth diapers and love them! AIO Grovias are one of our favorites! They’re so trim compared to some other brands.
I am one of the lucky few who found out about modern cloth before before my first was born. We have been cloth exclusive for 11 months and love it!! So easy and cute and so much better for little ones and the environment!! We love grovia :)
I started cloth diapering with my second child who is 14 weeks old after the first month. I was too afraid of the work load when I had my first but now I wish I started earlier.
I cloth diaper my son 80% of the time. And like you said, it’s not as bad or as difficult as people think!
We love using cloth! I have yet to try any AIO Grovias, but I love our hybrids!
i didn’t for my first child, but i wish i had. i plan to cloth diaper for my second, and i have started my stash of covers.
I only use CD’s! Although I haven’t tried grovia’s AIO yet…but I have been dying to!