Shop Go Go Natural For Your Cloth Diapering Needs {review} | Amy Clary

Shop Go Go Natural For Your Cloth Diapering Needs {review}

Whether you're a weathered professional, a newbie {like myself}, or shopping for someone who prefers cloth diapers, you will most definitely like Go Go Natural. I was shopping around on the site recently and was impressed by the expansive stock of cloth diapers available as well as cloth diapering accessories. 

Right off the bat, let me tell you that you will find more than just cloth diapers there. In fact, Go Go Natural also sells items for baby, mom, home, and gifts! Yes. I'll wait here so you can go check it out for a minute.

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Nice, right? 

Of the many types of diapers sold, I was sent the One-Size pocket diaper from DinkleDooz to review. I'm not sure what it is about this bright orange diaper with yellow snaps, but I really like grabbing this one from the stack for Mikayla to wear. Perhaps it's just because it matches her sunny personality so much. 



This diaper is lined with poly fleece and has a pocket at the back where inserts can be added. It's super soft and it seems like this diaper is really comfortable for Mikayla when she wears it.

This diaper came with 2, terry cloth inserts. One is shorter than the other but it makes it easier to target the area where I need to double up on layers without adding extra bulk through the whole diaper.


As for the inserts themselves, they are pretty absorbent. However, I find that these are not the kind of inserts I need to use when Mikayla is napping. She soaks right through them during a nap so she doesn't wake up too happy. It's really not a big deal for me, though. I just make a mental note to use this during the time she's awake so I can change her as soon as she needs it, thereby avoiding any leaks. 



This one size diaper truly will be with us for a long time. I think if it were opened all the way to its largest size, it would be too big for my {nearly} 3 year old. And when a single diaper can hang out with us that long, that equates to a lot of money saved on disposable diapers. 

Here's Mikayla rocking her Dinkledooz diaper. 





Yes, she's comfortable in it and yes, she has plenty of room to grow.

Please be sure to swing by Go Go Natural to see the many other brands and diaper types they sell. And if you may be interested in the brand I reviewed, you may also be interested to know they only costs $14.95 a diaper and come in 6 other colors

**Thanks to Go Go Natural who supplied the items to facilitate this review. I wasn't compensated in any way for this post. In this post I share my thoughts and opinions of the items mentioned. Others may have a different experience or opinion.**.

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Amy C

Amy is a stay-at-home mom of three beautiful kiddos. She's been blogging since 2007 and started her own small business in 2015 with Young Living. When she isn't busy being a mom, wife, or entrepreneur, she enjoys picking up a DIY project, singing, or songwriting. Creativity is life and life is good.

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