Sprout Change is a cloth diaper brand that is brand-new to me. They have a very unique design - the diaper shell is reversible!
Found at The Willow Store, Sprout Change cloth diapers have 2 parts: the one-sized shell, and then the insert. Because the shell is reversible, the insert just lays inside of it - no fussy folding or stuffing necessary. They do up with snaps (which I am a huge fan of) because velcro closures wouldn't work on a reversible shell. As long as the mess stays on Read more [...]
(photo taken by Elizabeth Fulton Photography)
That's me and my 37.5 week belly, taken last Friday. You can see more pictures on Elizabeth Fulton Photography's blog post here; if you're in the Ottawa to Kingston area and you're looking to get maternity, newborn or family pictures done I can't recommend her enough! We'll be getting Sprout's newborn pictures done with her and I can't wait :) Read more [...]
The First Years has introduced a new line of GumDrop pacifiers and accessories! Trusted by hospitals, the innovative designs ensures that the pacifier stays clear of baby's nose, and the one-piece design means that it's easy to clean (so important for something that baby has in their mouth!) and there are no pieces to break off.
For review, I received the GumDrop pacifiers in 0-3 and 3+ month sizes, as well as a pacifier attacher in pink and blue (since we don't know which colour we'll Read more [...]
Getting a good night's sleep is a number 1 priority for most new parents. Since brand-new babies can need a lot of help to get to sleep (and stay that way), anything that helps is invaluable! With our daughter, swaddling was crucial but it was almost impossible to do in the teeny receiving blankets that many people tend to give as gifts. This time, I'll be prepared from the first moments thanks to Swaddle Designs!
For review, I was sent the Ultimate Receiving Blanket in Kiwi Puppytooth. Read more [...]
There has been a lot of cloth diaper talk on my blog lately (and there's more to come!) but one thing that usually doesn't get mentioned is how to take care of them. You shouldn't use just any old detergent on cloth diapers because it can lead to build-up (ie the diaper won't absorb the liquid anymore) or stinkies (a very technical term) but you don't want to spend a fortune trying out detergents to find one that works! That's where Rockin' Green comes in.
I was sent a bag of Rockin' Read more [...]