I don’t know about you, but I’ve found throughout my four year stint in motherhood that we are constantly bombarded with options. Options on EVERYTHING. Diapers, food, clothes, creams, you name it- there’s at least a handful of options. I’ve solidified my role in the world as a crazy researcher. I am that person who is scouring the internet for reviews and opinions and information. Something that I’ve become more aware of is the types of products I bring into my home, particularly for my children. About a year and a half ago, I switched the soaps, laundry and cleaning supplies we were using to the Thieves line from Young Living and I haven’t looked back! Switching to chemical-free, eco-friendly options are just going to become the norm across many of these industries. Enter stage right- Nest Diapers.
When it comes to diapers, luckily, we’re back to just one little bum in diapers, but I’ve had some issues. We’re talking prone to diaper rash, and I mean BAD diaper rash, need that 40% zinc oxide type rash. What I found was, I needed diapers made for sensitive skin. I cycled through most of them. Shockingly, I thought Honest Company would be the ticket (and they’re so cute!) but they actually made her diaper rash worse.
When I came across Nest Diapers, I was instantly intrigued. Plant-based diapers? Compostable? No chemicals? Hypoallergenic? Sign. Me. Up.
Things you should know:
What makes these diapers different than the rest?
What do you mean compostable?
-Well you can’t put them in your compost pile. It is human waste in there, after all. But Nest Diapers has partnered with a bunch of providers. Many of which will pick them up from you!
Where do I get them?
Check out the link here! And get ready for this…Free Shipping- ALWAYS! I swear, as a mom, free shipping is life! You can order a bag or a case and a subscription service is going to be rolling out soon. Half of my life is on subscriptions so YES, PLEASE.
I’m so excited to partner with Nest Diapers and be able to provide Margot with these awesome diapers. I’ll be honest, I was so surprised at how soft and absorbent they are. Some of the other ecofriendly brands I’ve tried have seemed stiff and bulky and with Margot’s thunder thighs, we really don’t need to add any more bulk. Pants are a struggle as is! These are soft and seem very comfortable. They withstood the overnight test and they keep her skin dry. I’ve found with other diapers that even though they’re absorbent, there is some residual moisture on the skin and with her sensitive skin, that’s a no-go. For us, Nest Diapers have proven to fit the bill!
And if you made it this far- as a thank you, use code MM20 to save 20% off your first order!