Tuesday, August 19, 2008

Anyone have any experience with gd.iape.rs? I am very interested

14 comments:

Kate said...

A friend of mine started using them. She said that she wouldn;t use them for daycare - a lot of times they won't let you, anyway, but they are good for home use. You shoud go over to Baby Twiglet and ask her what she uses. She is a pro at the cloth diaper thing.

BrownEyedGirl said...

If they are the diapers I think they are, a family member was once using them. She said she liked them. I would like to give them a shot too. Have you been to their website?

Gabby said...

I use cloth diapers, but do not use G diaper. However, they do have the same aspect, except you can just toss the poopy liner. No dipes to spray out! I know they have alot of good reviews. Check out the reviews on Diaper Pin:

http://www.diaperpin.com/diapers/ItemDetail.asp?ID=1764

Diaper Pin only has a few reviews, but I have received alot of good reviews from other moms who use them on forums. I was actually considering using them, but decided on BumGenius as my primary cloth diaper.

Remember, everyone has their own opinion. As a cloth diapering mom, I encourage you to give them a try. Earth friendly, and cute bum! :] Let me know if you have any questions on cloth diapering.

Also, diapers.com now sells them. If you check out some of the baby mags, they have coupon codes for $10 off a $50 order, plus free shipping.

Meghan said...

I've been researching them and am thinking of signing up for the starter set. We'll probably use regular ones for the first month or so and then I want to give them a shot.

Jen said...

Interesting. I haven't heard of those.

Leah said...

I hadn't heard of them either, but think they look fantastic! We learned early on that Liam was allergic to Huggies (I know it sounds crazy, but it's true) so I'm always looking for something that will save me money off the Pampers Sensitive habit he's acquired. :-)

Sugar and Ice said...

I read an article comparing regular disposables, cloth, and g diapers, and as far as being environmentally beneficial, the g diapers were far and away more environmentally friendly than cloth or regular disposables. Do you read HolaIsabel?? She uses them. I'd use them if they weren't so expensive.

Dugi said...

My friend Isabel started using them and blogged about them here:
http://newtous.blogspot.com/2008/03/diapers-that-make-you-feel-good-about.html
hope it's helpful.

Hilary (The Trying Game) said...

Yes, that's what we plan to use. They're awesome. I know all about them. If you have any questions, feel free to email me at hilaryd23 at mac dot com.

Hazy said...

I have no idea whether they are good or not but I got so wrapped up in your and their website, I almost forgot for a moment I don't have a child! Sorry if that sounds creepy, just dream of a family one day. Thanks for taking me on your journey.

missedconceptions said...

We really are living parallel lives. I just bought a starter set of g diapers, and I am going to start using them tomorrow! I will blog about it. I am so excited to see how well they work.

We have the same Boppy, too, not to mention the adorable sons, right!?

Jen said...

I also bought the starter pack for N a couple of weeks ago. They are cute, but they are really bulky. Maybe as he gets a little bigger it will be better. For now, it made him have a huge, huge booty, nothing would fit over them. It was pretty easy to insert and use them, and I felt better about throwing them away. However, that being said, it wasn't what I thought it would be. They do now sell them at the baby superstore.

Rachel said...

We just started cloth diapering our baby at 8 weeks and it's much easier than I expected. Baby Twiglet does do a great job laying it all out on her site, and she even mentions a website where you can get a starter kit, and if you don't like 'em, send 'em back. The problem with g-diapers is they seem expensive and potentially leaky, from reports I've heard. The good thing about cloth is that they're much cheaper, and if you dry them on a rack or outside, you do save a lot of money in energy costs, not to mention environmental ones... I've found with washing ours every 2-3 days we can get all of them on our inside drying rack.

Marie said...

What a cutie but me thinks he is a screamer?