Monday, December 9, 2013

Daisy & June Cloth Diaper Jean Giveaway!

Cloth diapering has been a seriously fantastic option for our children.  It's eco-friendly, extremely inexpensive, and we don't have to worry about chemicals on our children's skin twenty-four hours a day.

But...

if you're a cloth diapering parent, you know that it's almost impossible to find a pair of jeans that fit over your cloth diapered child's fluffy bottom.  Sure - you can size up, but then you're rolling and sometimes double rolling the legs.  And sometimes then finding that the waistband still isn't tall enough to cover the back of the diaper - and if it does, there's often too much material around the waist.

Sound extremely difficult and confusing?  Yep, it is.

Well, I was complaining about the lack of jeans that fit cloth diapers to my lovely friend MJ from Daisy and June and in her typical fantastical fashion - she offered to make me a pair.  {She's seriously so amazing, I'm so lucky to have such talented friends!}  Within just a few short days she had a pair on their way to me and arriving on my doorstep, and I could not wait to get them on Little Lady!

cloth diaper friendly jeans for babies and toddlers

{For reference - Little Lady is wearing a Kawaii Heavy Wetter Overnight Diaper with two microfiber and one hemp insert in this photo!}

This jeans are fantastic, friends.  They fit perfectly over our cloth diapers and are completely able to be customized based on how thick of a diaper or how heavily stuffed you have it.  The multiple snaps on the waistband allow you to take the waist in or out just as much as you need it depending on your child and the current diaper you're using.  I seriously LOVE the cuffed pant legs as well, because not only are they fantastically cute, but they allow you to adjust accordingly to your child's height as well.

cloth diaper friendly jeans for babies and toddlers
Here's a close up on the waist snaps!


After looking at the cloth diaper friendly jeans from Daisy & June, I ended up also trying them on Little Man the day I received them just to see how they would work on an older child - and they fit him, too!  So, the same pair of jeans fit both my 22 lb almost one year old and my 30 lb almost three year old.  Basically, the same pair of jeans will fit Little Lady for probably the next two years.

Now that is a fantastic investment.

Instead of having to only put jeggings on Little Lady or trying {and typically failing} to fit her into an expensive pair of mass-produced jeans sized for only one age, we now have one pair of jeans that fits over any diaper she's wearing, will last for years, and is seriously cute.

cloth diaper friendly jeans for babies and toddlers
Oh my goodness when did my baby become a toddler????
If you're interested in Daisy & June's cloth diaper jeans, definitely email MJ through her etsy shop!  She's closed for the holidays currently for her typical inventory, but is taking custom orders through email.  MJ can make you a pair of cloth diaper jeans for either boys or girls with the size of your child and style/prints you love in mind.

In the meantime, though, get to entering below because we're giving away a pair of cloth diaper jeans here on the blog!  If you have any trouble with your entries please email me, and Merry Fluffy Christmas!!!

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25 comments:

  1. I usually put her in a size bigger

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  2. ugh we dont. thank god for leggings and sweatpants or nothing would fit that fluffy bum!

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  3. We buy jeggings or adjustable waist!

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  4. Most the time, we have 1/3 of a diaper sticking out the back!

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  5. We have always done stretchy jeans, at least for my girls, but these look fantastic!

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  6. I am so glad you just reviewed these! I am planning on ordering some but between the cloth diaper . Cloth diapers jeans are great!

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  7. These are so cool! We always do leggings or a size up so these would be great to try!

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  8. I am due February 3, so I am not sure how I will handle it.

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  9. I am due January 30, and I hadn't even thought about how to handle that!

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  10. Haha we use jeggings. Which is laaamme. I'd love jeans that actually fit nicely! Like jeans!!

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  11. The great proofreading site has a lot of good info. And these jeans are awesome- why haven't I seen them before!

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  12. I was never a fan of jeans on a CD'd baby. I'd use one size up sometimes, but usually not at all.

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  13. To have jeans on my 11 month old, I usually have to put him in the next size up.

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  14. Haven't had to try them yet since we haven't started using cloth diapers. But now I'm glad I stumbled across this!

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  15. My LO isn't here yet, but I would really like to know! I love the denim look, but when we CD our older girls, jeans were out of the question, but that was 5 years ago!

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  16. I unfortunately never put my babies in jeans because they don't fit.... When I wanted them to wear jeans for our Christmas pictures I just put them in disposables :( I would love to win a pair of these jeans so my baby could wear jeans :)

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  17. My little guy just doesn't wear jeans! They never fit over his fluffy bum!

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  18. I received a pair of hand me down jeans for my daughter and they were so tight with cloth so I haven't bought her jeans yet due to that issue. These look great!!

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  19. We usually don't wear jeans on our little ones in cloth diapers.

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  20. We don't have a baby yet but I'm kinda wondering how this would work with the cloth diapers I'm planning to use....

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  21. We haven't really put her in jeans yet. The ones that she has never fit right so we have avoided them so far. She's 8 months but now that it's colder, it would be great to have jeans she can wear!

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  22. He only has like 2 pairs that fit, but they have to be a size bigger then what he needs. or he just wears non jean type materials. cotton mostly. we don't leave the house much anyways.

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  23. I found wrangler jeans with adjustable waist to work well for my son.

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