Wednesday, February 1, 2012

"Birthday Blessings Bash" SLOOMB Sustainablebabyish snapless fitted and underwoolies review and $50 GC #GIVEAWAY {WORLD-WIDE}

I adore, love, cherish, am obsessed with Sloomb (aka Sustainablebabyish)! I love their wool covers, I love their OBF fitted diapers, and now I love their underwoolies and their snapless diapers too!Erin has been so gracious to me in the past and has sponsored several reviews and giveaways here on this blog! This time, she sent me a snapless diaper and an underwoolie for me to review (because they are the two items that I have never tried before)!
This is what I received: (Thanks Erin xxoo):
*this picture was taken after I had already washed the snapless*
Here is a little more information about the snapless diaper (taken from Sloom's website):
"the first multi-size cloth diaper from sustainablebabyish. heavy organic bamboo|cotton terry body with turned and topstitched leg elastic. includes two 3-layer organic bamboo fleece doublers for adjustable absorbency & one diaper pin. add more doublers for additional layers.

Pin or Snappi® friendly. Snappi® fasteners are now available under Accessories. Snapless-multi fitteds work very well with either option.

the sustainablebabyish snapless-multi is based on the pattern for our best selling bamboo fleece night time fitteds. slightly trimmer body & longer wings allow securing with one pin & fast diaper changes. the same fit you have come to love, now in a multi-size, snapless version, with adjustable absorbency & comfortable T&T leg casings. fold the front down for a shorter rise.

weight range approximately 10-35 lbs

this fitted cloth diaper requires a cover. pair with sustainablebabyish wool for a leak free combination."

Then we have our beloved underwoolies! These I used for my 2 yo as he is already showing signs he is ready to use the potty! They are fantastic! I love them!
Here is a little more information about Sloomb's underwoolies (taken from Sloomb's website):
"These are soft and trim-the perfect under-garment cover-and work great as trainers.

sustainablebabyish knit underwoolies are made from öko-tex certified wool yarns and are double-layer knit in the wetzone, making them trim, breathable, soft, and comfortable–perfect for cloth diapered children from newborns to toddlers.

content: 100% öko-tex certified merino wool, elasticized waistband.
care: hand wash, lanolize, lay flat to dry – do not machine wash.
responsibly machine knit in China, öko-tex certified wool yarns.

the sustainablebabyish knits line is in the one diaper-one treeTM program. the hang tags are made of plantable, wildflower, recycled stock – when you are done with the tag plant in potting soil or your garden, add water, & watch your flowers grow.

average cover size chart:
Size 1 15-18 lbs (0-12 months)
Size 2 18-37 lbs (12-24 months)
Size 3 30 lbs+ (24 months+)

Using wool can be intimidating at first, but there is no need to worry! It is a great choice when cloth diapering. I love wool covers and they are the only think I will use at night time!
Sloomb has a great step-by-step guide on their Facebook page HERE that walks you through the steps of caring for your wool! *dare I say it's so easy a cave-man can do it*

As a sponsor for the Birthday Blessings Bash event, Erin has generously offered one LWML follower the chance to win a $50.00 GC to use on anything at Sloomb!

This giveaway is open world wide!

To enter, simply use the rafflecopter form below, you may have to click on "read more" to see the rafflecopter entry form!

Good Luck and have fun!
~Mama of the Littles~

Disclosure: I received the product(s) mentioned above in exchange for this review, thanks to Erin at Sloomb! No monetary compensation was received by me. This is my completely honest opinion above and may differ from yours.

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  1. Hi. I'm just leaving a note to myself with my Birthday Bash Twitter Links so I don't have to scroll down so far to find them. =)




  2. Hi. :) I have three underwoolies (lovely!), but I'm struggling to find the *right* trainer to go under. Have you hit that point, to use training unders beneath your wool (as opposed to diapers)? I haven't found anything yet that makes a good match with the underwoolie…

  3. I also use the sustainablebabyish | sloomb underwoolies for my son- I love them =)