It’s official! This girl loves a new outfit, especially one that coordinates with her diaper. Thanks to gDiapers and their new Fall gStyle we were able to test out and give our approval of this cute gDress and coordinating gPants.
gDiapers are the first cloth/alternative diapers we used with this little girl when she was a newborn. I have been in love with the idea of them for years back 5 or 6 years ago when I saw a few of their cute ruffle cover styles. I love how thin they look on their sweet baby bums and the variety!
The fun thing about this Fall gLotus dress is that it gives her the ability to crawl and walk around without interfering with her movement. It is made from a soft, stretchy fabric that moves with her so that even if she gets caught up in the dress while crawling, it gives enough to allow her to get out on her own and still keeps it’s shape. This dress also pairs perfectly with a few different colors of the gPants so there is no need to put a pair of pants on and it allows for some outfit variety. It’s hard enough to get a diaper on her with her crawling away! When the weather gets colder, I can put a pair of BabyLegs on her to keep her legs warmer and still keep diaper changes quick and easy. Above is the gLotus gPants and below are the Greyhound Grey gPants that can also go with this gLotus dress.
I do want to point out that I have noticed with the gClothing that the sizes are pretty accurate if not a little bigger. This particular gDress is a 12-18 month size and a little big for her (gPants are size Large and fit fine, but she fits in a Medium right now, too). Since she is 10.5 months old, 29.5+ inches tall and 23+ lbs, I am sure by the time she is 12 months and walking, this will fit perfect. Most clothing sizes run smaller on her than the size on the tag claims, except for the Carter’s line of clothes…they are pretty accurate for her, too. So take note if you have noticed similar sizing with your little one .
What are gDiapers?
You always see how cute the outside gDiapers are on the outside, but I wanted to show you how they work on the inside, too. When I was doing my “cloth diaper research” that was one thing I had a hard time finding were actual pictures of how the diapers looked on the inside. gDiapers come in 3 pieces: the cloth outside, the plastic liner, and the insert which has a biodegradable disposable option (pictured below) or a cloth option. The liner is snapped into the outside shell via the orange snaps and then the inserts are tucked into the liner. When the diaper needs to be changed, you remove the old insert and replace it with a new one. Now that my daughter is older, most of the time I can do a quick wipe of the liner with a wet wipe and I can use the same liner all day. If it happens to be a messy diaper, instead of messing with the insides while changing my baby, I will unsnap the liner with the dirty insert inside (to deal with after the changing is over) and replace it with a clean liner and insert.
I also want to add that the disposables also are flushable (or can be home composted or tossed in the garbage), which I think is pretty neat! I know you are wondering, “Really? Do they flush well? Yes, but that is for a different post! 😉 (coming soon!)
gDiaper Announces New Fall Line
Today Gdiaper is annoucing their new Fall Line with some very cute additions for both boys and girls!
2 New Tops
A gVeggie Tee and gLotus Dress
4 New gPants
gLotus, Grecian Fig gPants, Greyhound Grey gPants and gVeggie gPants in coordinating styles and colors to go with the new gTee and gDress.
2 New gLegs
And you cannot forget about the gLegs (aka BabyLegs)! These leggings are perfect to keep those little legs warm in the cooler weather and are designed specifically to go with the gStyles above. Meet gLegs Diggit and gLegs Ohm.
*Product was supplied to supplement this review and did not influence my opinion in any way. All opinions are 100% my own!