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Kissaluv's New Training Diaper
So excited was I to receive an email from Heather at Kissaluv diapers asking me to review and giveaway Kissa's New Pocket Training Diaper. As you may already know, if you have been a dearlydomestic follower for quite some time, I am a cloth diapering mommy. Check out my post here on cloth diapers and why I love them.
This diaper could not have come to our house at a better time! We have just begun potty training with my 2 year old daughter over the past 2 weeks. I had been taking the liners out of our current cloth diapers so that she could feel the wetness when she had an "accident." This was somewhat effective. However, the problem was that many of our current cloth diapers have velcro closures. My daughter now knows how to very easily undo and take off these types of diapers. And with potty training you don't want too much time to pass between a little girl telling you she has to "go" and actually getting her onto the potty. So, the best course of action for us has been to put her in a diaper and let her run around like that. And because she knows how to easily undo the velcro tabs, she did so, constantly! Thus, resulting in no diaper and many messes.
Kissa's New Pocket Training Diapers have snap closures. This ensures that they "stay put," but the snaps were very easy for me to undo in time for her to make it to the potty and for cleaning up messes. And with 2 sets of snaps they are adjustable so they fit chubby or lean kiddos. These trainers are also designed so that they can be easily pulled up or down by little ones. It was a little difficult to get Hannah to do this the first few times, but she did eventually catch on. And once she did she began calling the trainer "big girl panties" instead of a diaper. Which only made it easier to get her to wear it and think about it in a positive light in regards to using the potty. And of course, the ADORABLE design only made her and I want to sport it even more! (Ours had a cutesie bicycle pattern on the inside of it.)
Made like an AIO (all in one) diaper there is no liner to mess with. But, you can always add extra absorbency if you need it because there is an open pocket in this one (which we did for overnight and had no leaks!).
Want to win a Kissaluv Training Diaper for yourself? (This would also make a GREAT GIFT for someone expecting a baby.) Now is your chance. I will be randomnly selecting three winners using random.org on May 30, 2011 at 12 noon. This contest is open to US residents only and you have three ways to enter: