The Weekly Green List #1 – Cloth Diapers

The Weekly Green List @TheEcoChic #clothdiapers

What is the Weekly Green List?  This is a new feature on that will appear each week with some of my favorite new (or new to me) finds.  These products and companies all have to be eco-friendly or help you live a more natural lifestyle.  To start out the Weekly Green List, we’re talking about cloth diapers.

Moraki Cloth Diapers - one of the newest and hottest brands of cloth diapers.  Moraki is a small family business located in California and all diapers are made in the US.  Fun and funky prints available in an AIO or AI2 diaper with their signature fold to fit hemp/cotton inserts.  My favorite prints include the Hippie tie dye diaper and the Fluffies, fun ruffle butt diapers!  Give Moraki Cloth a quick “Like” on Facebook to see what other fun diapers they come up with.

Moraki Cloth Diapers @TheEcoChic

Smart Bottoms – A company from Grand Rapid, MI with all of their products made in the US.  Another small family owned business that offers some great organic cotton and hemp cloth diapers.  Their Too Smart 3.0 is their one-size cover with optional organic cotton inserts.  I love their AIO organic Smart One 3.0 with super soft organic cotton sewn in insert and lining, super soft!  In addition to their 3.0 series diapers they also make Smart Fold prefolds (cotton and hemp) that are perfect for nights and heavy wetters and the Lil Trainers organic cotton pull up style trainer with snap in inserts.  One final Smart option is the Smart Bags (wet bags) that come with a snap shut handle and zippered closure in coordinating prints.  To see what other “Smart” ideas they come up with follow Smart Bottoms on Facebook.

Smart Bottoms @TheEcoChic

Rock-a-Bums - If you have a little rock star in cloth diapers you’ll want to check out Rock-a-Bums and their hip new 5-in-one style diaper.  The Rock-a-Bums can be used as an AIO, AI2, Pocket, hybrid or cover.  The adorable “BOMB Shell” cover has a fleece pocket with 2 snap in inserts.  The inserts can be stuffed in the pocket or laid inside like a cover.  If you don’t like microfiber you can change our the inserts with your favorite natural fiber, disposable insert, or even use it as a cover over a fitted or disposable.  Truly a functional diaper for any family – not just rock stars!  Find out what else is Rockin’ at Rock-a-Bums by following them on Facebook.

Rockabums @TheEcoChic

Little Comfort - A newer cloth diaper company in the US that comes all the way from Donegal Town in North West Ireland.  The Popeasy pocket diaper is a dual sized pocket diaper with snap in inserts.  The inserts are a bamboo and cotton fleece blend and are super soft!  The Bambee fitted by Little Comfort is also a dual sized diaper that is one of the softest fitted diapers I’ve found.  A blend of bamboo and cotton fleece with snap in inserts.  With eight layers of bamboo/cotton this is truly a diaper that would anything a heavy wetter could produce!  Don’t forget to add a cover over this fitted.  You can find a retailer of Little Comfort by giving Green Team Enterprises a “Like” on Facebook.

Little Comfort @TheEcoChic

What new cloth diaper brand are you loving these days?  Which one of these are you most excited by?  

Disclosure: Samples of these products were received for this review.  Some of the brands have been sponsors of other marketing campaigns and Twitter Parties at The Eco Chic.  Cloth diapers rock and I hope you love them! 

 

 

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