SoftBums Echo Cloth Diaper Review & Giveaway

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We’ve been trying switch to cloth for about a month now.. Our poor sweet baby gets the worse rashes from disposables so it only makes sense money wise and for her skin to switch to cloth! One thing that has bothered me is the time it takes to get a cloth diaper on a sleepy baby. She hates hearing all the snaps and adjustments. She is loving the SoftBums Echo Diaper! It easily adjusts with the Slide2Size technology! Mommy is loving that there is no pocket to stuff – I’m the type to put a diaper insert on the outside even if it should be inside, but I just make sure to use an insert that is safe against her skin. 

Echo SoftBums Cloth Diaper

SoftBums Patent Pending Slide²Size is the only diaper I’ve seen with this feature and we really enjoy it! I can easily adjust the tightness on baby or off. It comes with two inserts, a small one for newborns and a longer for bigger babies. We’ve not had one leak in the Echo diaper. NOT one :) It’s kept her rash free – I change her every hour and a half to two hours so we make sure her tushie stays nice and fresh. Never keep baby in a wet diaper. While I first loved the idea of velcro closures for speediness, it was a little bit of a mess while washing – if you do use velcro I highly recommend getting a mesh laundry bag to protect your other cloth diapers.

Echo Cloth Diapers by SoftBums are made in the USA!  You can purchase them directly from SoftBums for only $21.95!  Or… you could win one here!   Just fill out the form below :)


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Family, Food, and Photography are Courtney's passions and you'll see all of that on this blog.She married Chris in summer of 2008 and they had Sweet Baby summer of 2012.Sweet Baby has a rare food allergy called FPIES, which Courtney discusses frequently.She also loves to do car reviews, so check those out too!
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  1. Anonymous says

    Love the ocean and coconut colors, we have an Omni in bubblegum and it’s my very favorite diaper!
    Lacey j
    Laceymarie89 at livedotcom

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