Saturday, February 20, 2010

Trying Something New

I found something cute and I wanted to share it with all of you. :) Robby and I have gotten on a little kick of trying to save the planet. Mostly it started as we have become vegans. It has changed a lot of our perspective on life and how we are living it. We feel so blessed to live in such a beautiful world and want to do our best to preserve it for our children and grandchildren. So with that we are starting to eat more organic, we are recycling more, and I am going to cloth diaper our children. But seeing as I'm still a realist (some days), I wanted to have something easy, something I could commit to, and last of all, something cute. And I found it in gDiapers. These things are too cute and I can't wait until our sweet little bundle of joy will be strutting (yes our children will strut) around in these.My favorite little boy pair. I love the stripes and all the colors!
Ruffles. I love Ruffles! Who needs bloomers when you have these? (and yes all of my future baby's dresses have bloomers so we'll just be doubling up)
I love these ones. They are limited edition only so I'm working on getting Robby to agree to purchasing a couple of these.
And what collection would be complete without a pink one that is called Pink Gaga? So cute!
This is what I'm going to buy to start out with. It comes with 6 covers (8-14 pounds), 6 liners, a case of biodegradable inserts (this is the only thing that really gets dirty so hardly any washing), and then 12 tiny little infant pants that go from 6 pounds to 10 pounds. You can choose to use the biodegradable inserts or use cloth. We will probably be using a combination of the two but I love that these will not be sitting in a landfill for hundreds of years. I've read a lot of good reviews but before I could convince Robby to take the plunge (and fork out a chunk of change), I bought 2 pair at the store today. They are SO cute and I can't wait to try them out on a little baby. So if you would let me borrow your baby (needs to be 8-14 pounds and be fairly close), I will totally babysit for as long as you need. :) Plus you will get a free couple of diaper changes out of the deal! :) If you want to learn more about gDiapers, you can go here.

6 comments:

The Gamble Family said...

Hey girl, I got the info on cloth diapers. I tried them for a few months and a friend of mine has been using them for 2 years on her daughter. If you're really serious about them I can tell you the pros and cons that I have found. We'll try cloth diapers again... maybe after tax season.

MissKris said...

I read an article on gdiapers a couple years ago and decided I was going to use them, but never did. It is something I definitely want to try though! I am all about saving the planet too and I think these are such a good idea!

Sara said...

Thanks for trying them out on Ruby and watching her today while I taught SS. You're so sweet! I LOVE the ruffle bum ones and am a tree hugger myself. Thanks for the info!

Jen said...

I really have to commend you for your commitment to saving the planet. Going vegan would be really hard but it's something even the great Al Gore isn't willing to do. I love the diaper covers. The ruffle one is SO very cute.

Yankee Girl said...

My sister Janel has some of these. They are sooo cute.

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