Visit our sponsor! I received this item at no cost to facilitate my review. All opinions remain my own. It’s no big secret that I love my TotsBots. The EasyFit V4 diaper has been a staple in our stash ever since it was released in 2013. I wrote a glowing review back in the day! […]
This post contains affiliate links. I’ve always been a pocket-diaper girl. My main reason for loving pockets? Easy to customize the absorbency! But with even less time on my hands these days, I’ve noticed I’m reaching more and more for the one-piece diapers in our stash, and there are three that I consider to be outstanding […]
I received this item at no cost to facilitate my review. All opinions remain my own. I love me some TotsBots. Their all-in-one V4 is the most absorbent AIO I’ve tried, and is one of my favourite one-size options on Little Miss Cub for day and night. Cub only stopped wearing V4s when he outgrew […]
Yup, my life-long dream of having TWO kids in cloth diapers is a reality! Okay, it was only a dream for a shortwhile, and only until I got the coveted “matching fluff” picture. Now, I’m ready for the dream to end with a big boy in (non-poop-stained) undies. But I digress (don’t I always?). I […]
It’s the age-old question: do “one-size” diapers truly fit on newborns? We had a significant newborn diaper stash to test drive for blog reviews, so I did not try a one-size option on Little Miss Cub until she was almost two weeks old. That said, at that age, she weighed the same as many newborns (probably about […]
I received this item free for review. All opinions remain my own. My nighttime newborn cloth diapering routine alternates between my Mouse & Hatter fitteds and my TotsBots Bamboozles. We started using our Bamboozles as soon as Little Miss Cub lost her umbilical stump, so at three or four days old and around 7 lbs. In case […]
I received this item free for review. All opinions remain my own. My love of the TotsBots V4 diapers is no secret. If only the one-size model were a half an inch taller in the rise, they’d still be one of my favourites on Cub. (FYI: potty training is really hard when you also have […]
I’ve discussed three different options we use at our house for cloth diapering overnight, but I’ve had requests to evaluate all three of them together. You’ll notice I don’t use fitteds overnight, which is a common recommendation. I expected to find more of a difference in terms of price, but actually, each option is close to $30 […]
He nursed a lot last night… and his pjs were dry in the morning! That’s a 360 gram difference, or about 12.6 oz of liquid. You can score your TotsBots V4s at Lagoon Baby! (Affiliate link) For my full review, click here. Find out more about how to test your own cloth diaper absorbency […]
Disclosure: While CozyBums.ca is sponsoring a giveaway in honor of this review, I received no compensation or free products for it and purchased my 4 TotsBots V4s myself. My favourite style of diaper is the pocket diaper. I love that I can customize the absorbency and the size of the insert depending on my needs, […]
This tutorial was elaborated by my Mom, the most experienced and gifted seamstress I know. I also have a tutorial on a V2 TotsBots done by hand by my friend Adrienne, if you don’t have a sewing machine and are a bit less picky about how the finished diaper looks. The old elastic is not […]
I bought my TotsBots V4 Frugi prints at CozyBums.ca.
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Today one of my colleagues, not a parent herself, asked me a great question: “Why doesn’t everyone use cloth diapers?” One of the answers I gave was that parents are turned off by the initial investment of $20-$30 per diaper. Admittedly, I was also quite intimidated by the price tag of many of the popular […]