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Betsy's Baby Boutique Review

I got a cloth diaper to review from Betsy's Baby Boutique.  I JUST started using cloth diapers, so I am by no means a pro at using (or reviewing) them.  I was given a product to try out free of charge, but despite that, all thoughts are my own :)

This diaper is so pretty, it is to bad that you have to use a cover with it!  Maybe I can find a see through one (I don't think that actually exists) ... 

I tried it out a couple days ago, and sadly it did leak, but I attribute that more to Miss Baby being a very heavy wetter (she can down an 8 ounce cup of water in about 2 minutes!) and my cover being very, very old, than a failure of the diaper.  I tried it a second time with a much better (although equally old...) cover and had no leaking at all!  The diaper is really soft, and very trim.  She uses a special material called Zorb, so it can be more absorbant, while being thinner.

The stitching is great, the color held up perfectly in the wash, and it is a high quality product.

I found a diaper pin, so Miss Baby could model :)

Betsy's Baby Boutique items are made by three generations of women, and all sales go towards helping Betsy become a mommy through adoption.  So you can get adorable products, and help someone out at the same time!  She offers a variety of items including diapers, hats, bibs, hand crocheted sweaters and more.  

You can purchase either from her Etsy store or from her Facebook store.  If you purchase from Facebook you get a 10% discount!

In addition to the diaper to review, I was also given a prize pack to giveaway!  One lucky reader will win the awesome prize pack pictured below.

The prize pack includes a cloth diaper, burp cloths, and pee tents.  They are really well made, and absolutely adorable. US only (I can't afford international shipping... : (  )

Giveaway is over, thanks for entering!


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