This being my third baby, you would think I would have it all figured out. Especially with one of the most important things that your baby needs everyday; diapers. With so many different brands out there, it is easy to just grab something and go. However, this is not always the best strategy when choosing the best diapers for your new baby. Instead, it is important to chose a brand that you and your baby both will love.
This is why when I look for diapers I look for 3 key things. Durability, sensitivity and environmentally friendly. This is why I chose Nest diapers for my third baby. This post is sponsored by Nest diapers, you can see my full disclosures HERE.
So why Nest Diapers?
When I had my second daughter, I received so many different brand diapers for her at her baby shower. In a new mom haze and not wanting to buy any diapers (since I had so many), I was using what I was gifted. When Avery was around six weeks old, I was out at a mommy and me group and holding her in my arms. She began making those grunting noises that only mean one thing is coming. Any mother who has seen those cute little squished up faces and grunts knows what is about to come. Well it came. She had a massive blow out of her diaper that not only destroyed her little flamingo sleeper but my white shirt as well. Ever since that situation, I chose diapers based on how durable they are to hold even the biggest of baby’s blowouts.
Nest diapers are soft on baby’s skin but extremely durable for all that baby life throws at you.
There is nothing worse than putting a product on your baby’s very sensitive skin and having them react to the ingredients in it. Nest diapers are crafted with clean and safe ingredients (such as cotton, wood and renewable resources) and are non-toxic and free of any known allergens (Oeko-Tex 100 certified).
Very quickly I realized that Chloe had extremely sensitive skin and that Nest diapers was the right choice for our family. Since the diapers are hypoallergenic and certified allergen and skin safe in accordance with the US FDA good manufacturing practice regulations they are perfect for Chloe’s sensitive skin. So gentle in fact, Chloe has had no issues with any rashes in her diaper area since coming home from the hospital. One of my favorite things about Nest diapers is the complete transparency with their ingredients and can be seen on their website HERE.
Did you know that diapers can take up to 500 years to decompose fully? While the cotton and wood products in the diaper can easily decompose within 5 years, it is the absorbent gels and plastics that take much longer. All of this waste can lead to environmental issues and a pose a threat to public health. This is why using brands that are eco-friendly is so important.
Nest Diapers are made with biodegradable materials and partner with select diaper compost providers who can properly manage the disposal. To find out more about the composting process and where to find a compost service near you click HERE.
This time is flying by so fast and I am so thankful that I have a diaper brand that I can trust to take care of my baby now and in the future. If you want to try out the best diaper for yourself make sure to give Nest diapers a try!
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