I you’ve only one child in cloth diapers, it’s incredibly easy to get stuck in a rut with diaper colors. Without even trying, I managed to add between 6-8 diapers to my stash in two color families: orange and blue. The picture above is only a sampling of the blues and oranges that make up my son’s cloth diapers. Would you believe that I purchased three of the above diapers within two weeks of each other?
I know that cloth diapers are just for peeing and pooping, and are usually worn under clothing, but with all of the fun diaper colors and patterns out there, there’s no need to get stuck in a monochromatic rut. Enter Lotus Bumz cloth diapers.
This cute Go Fish print is the perfect way to stay within color schemes you prefer or find comfortable (like my oranges and blues), but they also add a little jazz to cloth diaper collection. In fact, Lotus Bumz makes cloth diapers in prints so cute that you won’t want to put pants on over them! Lotus Bumz has made it easy for you to show off their bright and fun designs, by making leggings to match their diaper designs:
|Lotus Bumz Go Fish Print|
My little guy has always been on the lean side, so we’ve not really needed to purchase baby leggings (despite how cute they are). At 20 months old, and never having worn leggings, I was unsure a.) how the Lotus Bumz Go Fish Leg Warmers would actually fit my toddler, and b.) if Declan would tolerate wearing leggings. I may have created a monster with the matching Lotus Bumz diaper and leg warmers because Declan did not want to take off his leggings at the next diaper change!
Lotus Bumz are pocket diapers with a soft fleece inner lining. I like the additional snaps on the wing tabs (two rows of snaps and two in the top row), as I like having an additional snap to secure the diaper in place and ensure that the wings lie flat when snapped. Lotus Bumz pocket diapers feature three rows on the rise, enabling you to adjust the fit for infants through toddlers (my son is 20 months old, around 27/28 lbs. & can wear the diaper with the last rise snapped or unsnapped). Each diaper comes with an absorbent microfiber insert, which is placed inside the diaper lining through the elasticized pocket in the back (see far right photo above). The elasticized pocket helps keep the insert inside of the diaper, preventing the insert from working its way out.While I don’t usually use pocket diapers, I am a fan of this one. With their colorful, fun prints, soft fleece lining, and absorbent inserts, Lotus Bumz are a great, affordable cloth diaper option. Want to add some pizazz to your cloth diaper collection? Head over to lotusbumz.com and grab some of their prints! You can also connect with Lotus Bumz via Facebook and Twitter.
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