Rock-a-Bums seems to really be listening to us because a few months ago they contacted me about a secret: shhh!! They were working on some new, prints in the 2.0 cloth diaper. Boy, was I excited about it. First, I was completely expecting something wild, rockin', and fun. I was also excited because my little one is so interested in music and I was anxiously awaiting a music-themed print diaper. Finally, after much anticipation... I had a sneak peak at the new prints.
No matter your style of Rock, I think you will be equally excited about these new print options. If you're a punk-rocker like me, you might be instantly drawn to the wild swirl print diaper or the blue guitar print. These prints are so fun... and funky. If you're into a more classic Rock, then you will definitely be digging the plaid prints. What I love, is that there are so many options here for little boys and girls! The more I thought about it, the more I realized that all of these colors would be equally rockin' for either gender (pink is IN!). That seems to be a fun trend for Rock-a-Bums: featuring colors and styles that have personality and energy (think about their bold red, black, and white solid-color diapers).
The new prints are available in either the hook-and-loop or snap closure. It would be really hard for me to decide between the two, especially since I've tried both and like them equally well. The hook-and-loop is a major convenience for me and is a little easier to get on and off the baby. I also really like the contrasting hook-and-loop colors on these diapers: they really stand out! I don't think you can go wrong either way, but I'm definitely leaning towards a hook-and-loop closure because I think it adds additional interest to the diaper.
|Punk Plaid Green|
|Punk Plaid Pink|
My favorite: Blue Velvet in hook-and-loop
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