(EXPIRED) Glow Bug Cloth Diaper Giveaway

Guest Post from Michelle at Sweet Southern Lovin
Glow Bug

Glow Bug Cloth Diapers began when Sarah Downey and Neta Talmor. These two found friendship during one of their pre-natal yoga classes. They became very close friends throughout their pregnancies and their daughters were only born weeks apart back in 2007. This was when they really started enjoying cloth diapers! After the birth of their second child, both the moms were wanting a new cloth diaper. One that was a great quality while being affordable. They realized one didn’t exist. In early 2011 Glow Bug Cloth Diapers was born and production began in late 2011.

GlowBug 1Sweet Southern Lovin had the opportunity to review one of the Glow Bug Cloth Diapers from their girl line. My little girl is 3, but she is being a little stubborn when it comes to potty training. I hate the way disposable diapers feel, and of course, who is going to want to go use the big girl potty when they can just use their diaper. That is when I switched to cloth diapers, and I wish I would have done it sooner. The cloth diapers feel just like a pair of panties would. The Glow Bug Cloth Diapers are a one size fits all pocket diaper. These fit from 7lbs to 35 lbs. They feature 2 sets of cross-over snaps to make the perfect fit for a newborn as well as a double row of snaps with square tabs for a nice and trim fit through the hip. The flaps are also waterproof in the front and back to prevent leaks. They also feature a 360 degree Gusset design, making 360 degrees of protection. This has to of been my favorite feature. My youngest would usually leak out of the sides before she leaks out anywhere else, but the Glow Bug Cloth Diapers has completely stopped that. The diapers also feature a SlimDry fabric to keep your child’s bottom dry. One of the other things that I really liked was there are two openings in the pocket to make it really easy to get the inserts in and out and also snap into place so they don’t move around. I have really enjoyed this cloth diaper. I have tried a lot others, but none of them had all of the features that the Glow Bug Cloth Diapers have. Kaylee has also been learning to use the big girl potty, I think it’s because these don’t feel like a pull up does.
If you are interested in purchasing your own set of one-size pocket diapers you can visit here. They are available in little girls, boys, or gender neutral. They are available in a pack of 12 for only $150, which comes down to only $12.50 a diaper!

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Giveaway Details:
Sweet Southern Lovin is happy to announce we are giving away a Cloth Diaper from Glow Bug!! Winner will be able to pick from girl, boy, or gender neutral design.
Giveaway runs December 30th to January 14th
Open to US and Canada, Ages 18+.
By entering the giveaway you are agreeing to the terms outlined on the entry form. Winner will have 24 hours to respond to winning email or a new winner will be chosen.

Disclosure: This blog did not receive any compensation for this giveaway. Questions please email Michelle at Michelle@sweetsouthernlovin.com


  1. kristine h says:

    We switched because of allergies, my little one is unable to use disposables.

  2. I started cloth at 3 months. I had a full stash before she was born but I felt too overwhelmed to start right away. I am better prepared to cd from the beginning next time. Also, a friend uses cloth and that is what got me into it.

  3. Kera Adams says:

    Just over a year ago when my 2nd was born because I found out about the chemicals in sposies

  4. Katherine Blankenship says:

    We switched for many reasons.

    #1 saving money
    #2 no chemicals on baby
    #3 less likely to have diaper rash and blow outs
    #4 super cute, sposies look ugly to me now
    #5 no sposies to landfills

    Used disposables for my first two kids, now I have a third. He’s almost three months old and we started using our cloth diapers when he was two-three weeks old.

  5. I started cloth diapering with my first child out of a desire to be eco-conscience.

  6. I started cloth diapering about a year ago, because I had a new baby.

  7. Catherine says:

    I started when my son was was roughly 6 weeks old. I didn’t start when he was born because he was tiny and we didn’t have any newborn diapers.

  8. We haven’t yet! She isn’t due til the 23rd!

  9. Ashley Chassereau Parks says:

    I started cloth diapering my oldest child when she was 4 months old. We started cloth because it was healthier for her, cost less, and is better for the environment. We just had baby #2 and plan to cloth diaper as soon as her cord falls off (the diapers we have won’t fit under it).

  10. I have not stared yet just trying to get my stash stared. I like that the diaper is,not going into a dump

  11. We switched because of cost and effect on the environment.

  12. I have a great grandson due in March. I would love to introduce my granddaughter to cloth diapers.

  13. I plan to use cloth diapers because I don’t like throwing things away!

  14. I want to START cloth diapering. It’s cheaper and better for the environment. :)

  15. Alexandra Pitcher says:

    We used disposable with my oldest son; my second is due in March and I’ve already begun collecting my stash, I wanted to go a safer, healthier route this time around!

  16. Terri Moore says:

    I personally started cloth diapering almost 30 years ago because I wanted to be all natural with my first born so nursed her too. She had her first baby last year and is using cloth diapers and is now expecting her second, so these are for my grand babies.

  17. started cloth diapering over 5 years ago with my first and now almost exclusively cloth diaper my third for financial reasons

  18. I used cloth diapers after we ran out of the free sample disposables from the hospital. I decided to use them to save money.

  19. We haven’t started yet, cause baby hasn’t arrived yet, but we plan to. I like that cloth makes less waste and there aren’t yucky chemicals against baby’s skin.

  20. I started cloth diapering with my second child a year and a half ago. I was always interested it but never thought I could do it till I saw my best friend do it and finally tried it. It has saved us so much money!

  21. lisa gonzalez says:

    I started last night actually. Im really new. Lol. I am trying to save money. And i thought this would be a great eay to do that.

  22. I will start cloth diapering when my little one arrives. I decided to cloth diaper to save money.

  23. Maeghyn Koehler says:

    Havent started yet, still waiting on my first baby but I plan to cloth it due to financial reasons and the impacts on the earth

  24. i just started creating a stash after researching about all the harm that the chemicals in disposables do. I was already concerned because of all the waste, but now with the harm even worse. So I have been building a stash and I am sure my dear lil´angel will thank me for it one day!

  25. The fact that it helps reduce my negative impact on the environment is really what got me interested

  26. We do not have a child yet but are hoping to by Fall 2014. My sister used cloth and sparked my interest.

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