Unique and adorable, Little Butt Diapers are the creations of military wife and SAHM (stay-at-home) mom, Hope.
My husband is a Staff Sergeant in the Marine Corps, and he was deployed for the birth of our son. After he returned I was introduced to cloth diapering by a fellow Marine wife; I thought she was nuts! Then, after researching, and researching, and researching some more I was intrigued but still unsure. My husband was actually the one who said just buy some! (He’s probably kicking himself for that 🙂 After I was addicted (it happens to us all!!!!), I was so disappointed that I couldn’t find cute boy prints. So I thought I would start making them! Little Butt Diapers was born! I named it after my son; my husband has called him “Little Butt” since the day he met him for the first time. I started in North Carolina. I’m in Illinois at the moment, and we will be in sunny San Diego at the end of March! I like to think that my diapers are affordable, and I’m proud to specialize in boy prints, with a few super cute girl ones! -Hope
Hope sent me a pocket diaper in a vintage comic book print to review. This is a one-size diaper that fits most babies from 8 to 40 lbs, because of the rows of snaps along the rise and waist. You can adjust the diaper’s size, depending on where you snap it.
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The outside of this diaper is made with waterproof PUL fabric to keep moisture (and messes!) locked inside.
The inside of this diaper is made with anti-pill micro fleece. Since it’s a “stay-dry” fabric, it wicks moisture away from baby’s skin and into the insert.
The insert is made with 100% unbleached birdseye cotton.
It’s about 13″ folded over, making it more than 2′ in total length. You can fold the insert different ways, making it thicker in the front or the back for extra protection, if you like.
The insert slides into the diaper’s pocket to absorb moisture. The pocket is designed so the insert will agitate out during the wash- you don’t have to handle a dirty insert when doing your diaper laundry!
I love the tab design of this diaper- it’s my favorite style! The comic book print is unique and adorable. The diaper is very absorbant, and really, really soft. It seemed stain resistant too. I don’t have anything negative to say about this diaper! I would definitely recommend Little Butt Diapers.
My son is 10 months and 24 lbs. in this photo:
There’s plenty of room to grow!
Want to win a Little Butt Diaper? Hope has generously agreed to sponsor a prize right here on My Life: A Work in Progress during the New Baby, New Fluff blog hop March 6-20! Stay tuned to enter!
Note: I received a complimentary pocket diaper from Little Butt Diapers to review and was not otherwise compensated for this post. I was not asked to write a positive review, and the opinions expressed above are my own and may differ from the opinions of others.
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