Jeanette at Mama Banana’s Adventures is hosting a lovely giveaway for cloth diaper lovers and disposable diaper users alike! She says,
Diaper rash. It seems like we’ve all been there. Sometimes figuring out what caused a rash, how to treat it and how to make it go away permanently can take research and time. One often recommended/universal treatment for diaper rash is airing out the bottom. For this parents are often told to allow little ones to go diaper-less, exposing a rash to fresh air and light that helps cure those adorable little bottoms.
MoonMaker Diapers are parent developed and pediatrician recommended cloth diapers that help air that bum out… while also collecting pee that would otherwise wind up on the floor, furniture, bedding or right on baby! Take a look at some great photos and get the story on these unique and pretty ingenuous diapers in Mama Banana’s Adventure’s MoonMaker Diaper Review and enter to win a set below!!
These cloth diapers are just hilarious to see on babies because their tiny little bums are completely exposed!! I can totally see the value in these cloth diapers for the days your baby is suffering from painful diaper rash. They are truly unique and an effective, chemical-free way to cure the rash! Just a word of caution, I’d only put these diapers on your baby after they’ve had a sizeable bowel movement… haha!
Disclosure: Mommy & Love was not compensated for this giveaway and is not responsible for prize fulfillment. One lucky winner will be contacted via e-mail and/or tagged on Mama Banana’s Adventure’s FB page and have 48 hours to respond. Void where prohibited. If no response is given, a new winner will be drawn. Questions or comments about this should be directed to MamaBananasAdventures(at)gmail(dot)com
This post does not make any health claims, as always please refer to your pediatrician for health related issues as the internet is not a good place to diagnose or treat any condition and when it comes to babies and toddler, best to be cautious and refer to a medical professional.