bumGenius 4.0 Cloth Diaper Giveaway from The Green Nursery

Remember how I asked you what kind of items you would like to feature in the giveaway section? Well, a large number of you asked for cloth diapers.

So when Abby from thegreennursery.com asked me if I’d like to giveaway a 3 pack of bumGenius 4.0 cloth diapers, I was thrilled.

Not only are these guys the place to get cloth diapers, they have a ton of other items that got me doing a little happy dance. Here are just a few:

 

GroVia Starter Pack: Like I said right off the top, these guys know their cloth diapers. They carry all the top brands including GroVia, bumGenius, Thirsties, etc. and I LOVE the fact that they have a rating system so you can see what the highest rated or the best selling systems are so you aren’t guessing in a sea of diapers.

 

The Green Nursery (TGN) Trial Pack: How smart is this? Try a variety of cloth diapers hassle free for 21 days. If you’re not fully satisfied, simply return the diapers for a full refund or store credit minus a $10 trial fee. 

 

Imse Vimse Swim Diapers: These are sold out right now but I’m featuring it anyway because they are so brilliant. Even if you don’t plan to use cloth diapers, this is such a better alternative to disposable swim diapers. I can’t tell you how many of those diapers I blew through when I took my son to the pool and it was such a waste of money. Save the cash and get a pair of these instead.

 

 

Ergo Baby Carrier: These guys also have a great selection of baby carriers. I had this Ergo and I loved it.

I even carried my two-year old in one of these on my back, six months pregnant in a snowstorm. If that’s not a great testament to how comfortable these things are, I don’t know what is (It was quite an attractive picture too – I think I was wearing Sorels.) I also liked this because I’m fairly short and it seemed to fit me well.

 

Moby Wrap: If I was having another baby I would totally get one of these. I love that you can adjust them to your size and your baby. They are soft and comfy and magical. It’s no surprise that they are super popular.

Side note: There was a woman at my son’s school that decided that Moby’s were too expensive so she bought her own fabric and fashioned her own except the fabric didn’t have the same elasticity in it and the poor kid was always swinging off her like an udder. It was crazy.

 

Sophie the Giraffe: C’mon. Sophie the Giraffe should be a staple in every household with a baby. The popular hand-crafted teething toy is made from all natural rubber and food-based paints and dyes. Sophie’s long legs can reach back to those cutting molars, while other teethers are only suitable for front teeth. It’s made in France and well all know good stuff comes from France. Oui!


Green Eats Spoons – 8 Pack: These! Where the hell were these when I had toddlers?! Finally someone has come out with something this is all spoons instead of those cutlery sets that have one spoon, one fork and and knife with painted handles and extra yummy lead. What kid needs a damn knife? Is there a prison break that I’m unaware of?

Anyway, you get 8 spoons that are made in the USA from 100% recycled plastic milk containers with no phthalates, PVC, BPA, or external coatings.  

 

bumGenius 4.0 Cloth Diapers 3 pack bundle: This brand is one of their best sellers and I can totally see why. All bumGenius One-Size Cloth Diapers include a small, lightweight insert for newborns and a larger one-size insert for your growing baby. When your baby outgrows the newborn insert, it works as an overnight booster or as extra absorbency for heavy wetters. 

bumGenius One-Size Cloth Diapers fit most babies from 7 to 35+ pounds and that’s a damn good range.

Want to win a 3 pack bundle of your own? All you have to do is enter a comment below and I’ll pick a winner next Wednesday (April 25th).

Be sure to also like these guys on Facebook or follow them on Twitter to get in on fan discounts and offers, as well as a really active community for cloth diapering support. 

Good luck!

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