Hi everyone, here is my last sponsor spotlight for the event! I’m pretty excited about this one because not only is she a WAHM but she’s also a fellow Military Spouse, and I love that!! I’ve also had the great honor of meeting Victoria and it’s safe to say she’s pretty awesome. Victoria started Fashion Bums in. She was interested in cloth diapering and thought, “Hey, maybe I can make those.” Now she’s has this amazing business and makes everything from diapers, liners, inserts and wipes! She makes custom diapers, including my favorite that I got to review, the military cammie diaper. She can also fix some of your name brand diapers! She’s repaired some aplix on mine before. I was able to test out her Camouflage diaper cover, with a fleece inner.
I’ve never used this kind of diaper and I was actually nervous! One of the reasons why I was so scared to cloth diaper a newborn, was the thought of figuring out the whole snappi situation. Well, now I wish I had met Victoria and tried out these! It was so easy. I simply folded it up and across my little guy and put the Snappi on. I got it on the first try. I show it above pictured next to a Best Bottom (on its largest rise setting), and then underneath my Gro-Via cover (can you tell I love Gro-Via). These contour inserts are a nice soft cotton flannel and three layers of fleece inside. This was able to withstand a normal duration during the day, didn’t bother baby’s sensitive skin and I didn’t have any problems with it underneath my Gro-Via cover on the smallest rise setting.
After trying some of her products I actually purchased something new that she added to her line, cloth wipes. That was one thing that I didn’t start doing when I began to cloth my son. I just didn’t, and its honestly because I still really consider myself a newbie and hadn’t heard of them until not that long ago. I’m glad I did. It honestly makes things really easy. Just wipe, toss it with the diaper, toss it in the wetbag, there you go. Loved them!!
Here’s some more of her stuff.