Contest! Win a gDiapers New Baby Bundle.


New contest! Win a gDiapers New Baby Bundle ($149.99 value)

The most eco-friendly diaper available, gDiapers provides parents with a diapering solution that is good for babies, parents and the planet. You can have the flexibility of a disposable diaper with a 100% biodegradable gRefill, or opt for reusability with super soft and trim-fitting gCloth inserts. gDiapers are plastic-free, elemental chlorine free, latex free, and perfume free.

Use a biodegradable gRefill or re-usable gCloth inside our newborn tiny gPants and our cotton little gPants. All materials are breathable, just like sports clothing, so babies are far less likely to get diaper rash. And did we mention they’re cute? Babies can flaunt their eco-friendly diapers in a rainbow of adorable colors. Because green diapers don’t need to be bland.

Win a gDiapers New Baby Bundle!

Prize Description:

From tiny to small, this bundle has your gBaby covered. Includes 12 tiny gPants, 6 colorful, gender neutral little gPants, one case of gRefills.

Newborns are tiny, so at first you’ll need specially-sized tiny gPants. They fit new babies best from 6 – 10 lbs. Tiny gPants snap down in front to allow room for the umbilical cord to heal, and a wide leg opening gives plenty of room for newborn legs to curl up.

In a few weeks baby will be ready for size small little gPants (fits best from 8 – 14 lbs). The new baby bundle includes 12 tiny gPants, 6 small little gPants (in a rainbow of gender neutral colors), a case of size small biodegradable gRefills (160 count), and a swishstick. Enough to have that precious bum covered from day one.

Buy a gDiapers New Baby Bundle


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  1. Jennie Anderson

    I will have 3 kids under 3 years old coming up in July– and I would love to try G-diapers!! I have been cloth diapering for 2 1/2 years and still haven’t got to try them, so this would be a fantastic way to try!

  2. amy b

    gDiapers = millions of diapers left OUT of landfills!
    gDiapers = options! flush, wash, compost, dispose!
    gDiapers = family run!
    gDiapers = adorable baby, less rashes, better gardens!!!
    gDiapers = better future for our babies!
    gDiapers = apparently very popular, b/c the tiny g’s are sold out online!!!! help!!!!

  3. Kayla

    We’re planning on using gdiapers on our baby that’s due in July. I love the hybrid concept, so we’re planning on using the cloth inserts at home and the flushable when we’re out and about or traveling.

  4. Chris

    My wife wants to try out the gdiapers because of the environmental aspect, and I’m a bit leary of going completely cloth, so they seem like a good compromise.

  5. Faye Sacramento

    Ooooohhh! I love what gDiapers is all about. I’ve done a lot of research on cloth diapering since we’re going to have our baby in about a month. gDiapers just seems convenient and saves LOTS of space in our landfills.

  6. Christina

    I love the G diapers because it is a good way to help our enviornment. My little one is going to grow up to inheriate it and I want to leave a good foot print on my world for him. We are already teaching him ways to be eco-friendly by reading to him, showing him and takeing him to events. He is one empowered little man. He has also been doing swimming lessions since he was 2 months old. Not only is it great excercise and parent/child bonding, but he will grow up with respecting the water. We are our childrens first teacher’s and the littleiest things we can do make a huge impact on our little ones. Sorry if I have rambled and for the miss spelling’s, but it is late and I am so very tired as I am sure all of you mom’s can relate to.

  7. Holly

    I am excited to use these diapers!!! Not only am I wanting to be a little green and save some money, but with all of the disposable diaper issues in the news these days, I don’t want to take a chance on my upcoming baby having problems in the diaper area

  8. Angie

    i would love to win this. cloth diapers are the way to go (again). it’s what my mom used on me and what i will use on my children.

  9. Kristen

    With the unexpected surprise of triplets on the way, gDiapers are the best option for us – they offer convenience without compromising the environment. And winning a New Baby Bundle would DEFINITELY help with the budget!

  10. gill

    I have wanted to try G diapers and I know they are better for the environment. I am about to have my second child and will have 2 in diapers. We want to do what is best for our budget and the environment.

  11. Kari Haydon

    With baby number 3 on the way…I suggested CD to my hubby, he was like NO WAY! But after I found out the nasty chemicals that are in disposables…I couldn’t believe I was putting those on my kiddies butts for 3 years!! I researched many options, and narrowed it down to the gDiapers…I showed them to my husband, and suprisingly, he thought they were awesome and is completely onboard! These would def help us start out well! For future diapering I only want the BEST on my baby’s bottom!

  12. sierra

    Expecting my first baby in September. I would love to diaper her in gdiapers because they are such an ecologically sound choice, and the pants are so cute!

  13. Morgan McFarland

    I usually use cloth, but sometimes that’s really inconvenient on a long trip (Disney World, for example). I like gDiapers because I’m not chucking dozens of diapers into the landfill, but I don’t have to worry about doing laundry every 2-3 days.

  14. Holley

    I’m currently a mother of potty trained twins and expecting my third. I would love to be more environmentally sustainable and save money too! When looking for recommendations on going cloth, gDiapers was at the top of the list of recommendations from friends.

    I shared this on my Facebook!

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