Mommy's Favorite Things: Merry Fluffy Christmas Sponsor Spotlight: Good Things Come in 3s

Saturday, November 27, 2010

Merry Fluffy Christmas Sponsor Spotlight: Good Things Come in 3s

Good Things Come in 3s is a Facebook Business for now!! She makes some adorable things like AIO diapers, burp cloths and baby shoes. Adorable things. She made me a Large DIO diaper in this fabric

It's a flannel. The inside is white flannel. She makes her diapers with 3 layers of zorb in the middle and a hidden layer of PUL which makes it waterproof. I like those diapers because it can have this CUTE outer print but is still waterproof. I love this diaper. It is very absorbent,but still drys in a decent amount of time. It's an AIO so the layers are sewn right in, it usually makes drying time longer because nothing comes apart and it's all together. But this diaper only took an extra 15 minutes then the rest of my diapers, so that's doable!! I love it. Very absorbent, dries fast and is SUPER adorable. I love owls!

She has so many cute fabrics to choose from 55 exactly according to her FB album.
Here are some more of my favorites

She makes the diapers in sizes from XS to XL. She originally made us an XL, but it was just TOO big. It fit okay, but the rise was too big so it came in past Avery's hip so she then sent us a Large and it fits perfectly. I'm very happy with it.

Info on sizing and prices  
extra small 0-13lb up to 3 months $11.00
small 13lbs-18lbs 3-6 months $12.00
medium 18lbs-22lbs 6-12 months $13.00
large 22lbs-26lbs 12-18 months $14.00
extra large 26lbs-29lbs 24 months $15.00
All in One diapers are made up of two outer layers of flannel, PUL, a full layer of terry cloth, 2 strips of Zorb in the XS, S and M; 3 layers of Zorb in the L and XL sewn together as a soaker, elastic and velcro.
Love it!! Overall: *****
For a Merry Fluffy Christmas Good Things Come in 3s is giving away a Diaper of choice. So print and size of choice.


.:karen:. said...

These patterns are super cute and it would be nice to win one! Did you have any issues with compression leaks from the Zorb? I'm thinking about making some of my own inserts with Zorb or Zorb 2 and someone I spoke to mentioned something about compression leaks. I'm still new to CDing, having only done it on overnight trainers for my DD #1, but with a new little one on the way in April, I'm trying to expand my stash and broaden my horizons. :)