|tiny babies should leave tiny footprints.|
|You want your baby to be earth smart from the start. So we’ve added tiny gPants to the gDiapers family, perfect for babies 6-10 lbs. And with a front that snaps down there’s plenty of wiggle room for the umbilical cord to heal.|
|Tiny gPants are now available exclusively in the new baby bundle. Enough to keep your baby covered from day one:|
Off the top of my head, I can tell you that the Tiny g’s have been my husband’s favorite diaper so far out of everything that we used. In his (I forgot how this diaper works) moments he sometimes even fastened it in front instead of back, and he thought it fit better that way. We are both absolutely in love with the elastic in the tabs. (1) The first issue we had was no laundry tabs, that made washing it in the machine more testy. Only a few times did they come unfastened, but it was always difficult to refasten them after soiled and they had a mind of their own sometimes in the wash.
For our purposes, we were unable to get any gInserts in Small, not available locally (and our unemployed status – hopefully to be fixed by this weekend’s trip) and by the time we had received anything ordered online she would have been out of the diapers by then. We received the diapers when she was a few days old and for a fix my mother went and purchase two packages of the Gerber diaper prefolds from Wal-Mart of all things. We folded one in half, then into thirds along the lines and they fit in the liner perfectly. It was probably a little more bulk that what a true gInsert or gCloth would contain, but it worked very well for immediate use. (Edited to add: It was definitely more bulk than the gInserts, as we have those now that we use in our Small little gPants, but still worked well. Have yet to get our hands on the envious gCloth).
Overall opinion. We absolutely love them. We would recommend them to a friend in a heart beat and I even was telling my SisterL about them and she is eager to know about them in the future with the next child. (My sister is a SAHM Catholic Homeschooler to 5. Ages 7 8, 5 6, 3 4, 2, and born April 2009. She is part of various networking Catholic homeschooling moms and is no where near through having children. She does know that this is was a no mention yet item, but in the future would now will be very influential about mentioning it. She participated in the gMom diaper code craziness too.)
*Typing with baby in lap now* We probably could have gotten her to wear them a partial week longer, but for their time they were definitely worth it. She grew out of them in the waist first, and having a different insert would not have changed that.
(I cannot believe the color of those jaundiced thighs…)
From our experience so far. In the future with another newborn, if Tiny g’s were available and at a decent price, we would we will definitely purchase some. As for little gPants we love them and plan to get got them in additional sizes (and will continue to do so) as she grows. My only issue with gDiapers overall is the price, but I know you guys have to make a living. Even at the 20% they are a little steep, but they would be a diaper treat and not our regular diaper because of that. My thinking is in comparison to where you can have a full diaper at $17 (pocket FB) and with gDiapers you have the $16-18 cover and then have to get the inserts on top of that. The comparison of covers and prefolds is just huge to that with common covers at $12+$2 for the prefold. All that said, I would still buy them, I’d just probably have bought more Bummis for the prices.
I love your products. I hope I’m helpful with my thoughts. Thank you for letting me test drive the Tiny g’s and thank you for the best customer service existent with any company. Through talking with you and emailing with your husband and then watching the gBlog, I feel more like a friend of the family than customer and enjoy that immensely.
From tiny to small, this bundle has your gBaby covered. Includes 12 tiny gPants, 6 colorful, gender neutral little gPants, one case of gRefills, and a swishstick.
Newborns are tiny, so at first you’ll need specially-sized tiny gPants. They fit new babies best from 6 – 10 lbs. Tiny gPants snap down in front to allow room for the umbilical cord to heal, and a wide leg opening gives plenty of room for newborn legs to curl up. In a few weeks baby will be ready for size small little gPants (fits best from 8 – 14 lbs). The new baby bundle includes 12 tiny gPants, 6 small little gPants (in a rainbow of gender neutral colors), a case of size small biodegradable gRefills (160 count), and a swishstick. Enough to have that precious bum covered from day one.
So head on over to gDiapers and check out that baby bundle for the newest bundle of joy in your life. It would be a fantastic shower gift for someone “considering” the CD life.
All pictures here of this baby are copyright. Please do not steal them! I know they’re good. Only the gDiapers company has permission to use them, and Bummis, and WoollyBums. Thank you!
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