I was gifted these diapers from Nest however my thoughts and views are my own.
As a third time momma, there’s not much I consider a newborn “must-have”.
A great diaper brand is definitely one of them and a lot goes into finding the perfect ones.
My kids tend to be born with some mild skin issues, so finding a diaper brand that is minimal on the chemicals is a must!
This time around, I’ll be having a boy so I definitely want the most clean ingredients in his diapers for after he has his circumcision. With that being said, Nest seemed like a PERFECT option.
One of the quickest ways to wake up a sleeping newborn is a leak, whether that be poop or pee.
And one of the most annoying things as the parent of a newborn is having to change bassinet sheets, the baby’s clothes, and feed them to get them back to sleep at 2 am.
Once again, since my little man is getting a circumcision, one of the worst things is nasty stuff pooling around his incision so that’s another reason to have the best in absorption.
High absorbency is a MUST in diapers and these have them in spades with their chlorine free wood pulp and low percentage super absorbent polymer to help absorb all the wetness and keep your little one’s booty nice and dry!
They’re Soft On Newborn Skin
One thing I’ve noticed about cheap diapers is that they are super crinkly and made of scratchy material.
I’ve even noticed redness and scratches on my babies skin in the past which is a huge no-go.
The Nest Diapers have a 100% plant based fiber that’s just as comfy as cloth diapers.
They’re Forgiving Size-Wise
Usually when you’re gifted newborn diapers you have to be nervous about whether or not they’ll fit your little one when they arrive.
Most newborn to size 1 diapers have a super tight weight range that can make for a lot of wasted diapers.
The size 1 in these diapers, however, goes from 6-12 lbs. which is a huge plus! I love knowing that if I stock up that I won’t be SOL a week or two after he comes home.
Long story short, what we put on our babies is becoming more and more of an important issue as parents and limiting the chemicals should definitely be a priority!
Nest Diapers is an awesome option to try out if you’re in the market for a sustainable diaper brand that is also super cute!
They also have a diaper subscription so you’ll be covered when the new mom brain fog hits.
Also for the Chicago area mamas, they are stocked in Red Balloon if you want to do some in person shopping and also check out a really cool children’s store!
Let me know in the comments what some of your favorite diaper brands are?