Whereas I love that cloth diapers manufactured overseas are inexpensive, I really prefer to buy American made products, especially handmade ones. Plus, the ones I’ve ordered from overseas have cheesy prints that I would rather cover up than show off. Enter Trains and Tulips. Aka the trendies cloth diapers around. Don’t cloth diaper? Well they an be used as the most adorable swim diapers too – lucky you!
Here’s more about Trains and Tulips from its super sweet founder Lizeth,
“I came from the corporate world before I finally got the chance to stay home after my second son was born. It was my dream! But I quickly realized that I was relying on my circumstances for happiness and any stay at home mom can tell you this life is not always the happiest! One of the changes that allowed me to stay home was switching to cloth diapers. At first I was terrified, but I soon saw that it was easy and I couldnt wait to coordinate my kids outfits with their dipes! Time passed and although daily life was crazy I still wanted to do more. I loved being able to be there for my kids, but wanted to find a way to incorporate my interests with my calling. Didn’t know what that would look like, but prayed for clarity. I soon got bored of the same cutesy cloth diaper prints out there and started making my own! I posted a picture of my first dipe and tagged it #clothdiaper. Well, people saw it and started emailing and asking me to make some for them! God made it clear that I could fulfill my calling of being a mom and get my crafting/creating fix which has the added bonus of helping babies/mommas all over use fall in love with cloth! And thus Trains and Tulips was born. The name is from a combo of my sons obsession with trains and a nickname my husband used to call me (sweet li’l tulip).”
This garden print? To die for. It is seriously so perfect. I love throwing on just a diaper and a T-shirt on MG, and it looks great with pink shirts, of which we have many.
The fleece lining is super soft. I used just a microfiber insert with this diaper and had no problems with leakage whatsoever. I have used the diaper several times now, and it has held up great in the wash and hasn’t stained at all. One of the best parts about this diaper is that the insert comes out in the wash so you don’t have to pull out the yucky insert when you change the diaper. I’ve tried in both a front loading and top loading washer and both times the insert came out just like it is supposed to.
I was compensated for this post in the form of a free product to review. All thoughts and opinions are my own and I only recommend products I truly love.