Introduction to Kanga Care: What you didn't know about Rump-a-Rooz

If you are a part of the cloth diapering community or planning on joining the crazy world of cloth diapering you've likely heard of Rump-a-rooz. You can't miss them when scrolling though pictures of cloth happy mamas showing off what's on the bum or reading the answers to moms who ask about the perfect cloth diaper. These full of fluffy goodness diapers are on this mamas list of "Top Cloth" 

I will start off with saying I may be a little bias, Rump-a-rooz were our first cloth diaper on the bum. I spazzed a little when I put cloth diapers on my baby registry and only got one, that one was a Rump-a-rooz so naturally when little miss was born Eco Owl was the fist cloth to go on. At first I wasn't a fan, I didn't know how complicated the journey to cloth could be, I was clueless to the fact that there is a difference between Newborn and One Size diapers, I thought "well it say OS so it must fit", this was not the case with tiny chicken legs. Once my teeny tiny baby put a little chunk on her thighs it was time to try our cloth diapers all over again and it was finally love. 

Here's where I rant about sizes with cloth diapers in general.... Why did't I start asking about the tricks to cloth diapering starting at the time where I got the crazy idea to cloth diaper? I honestly thought that newborn diapers would have been a waste of money because newborn clothes seemed to fit for a week and before you know it your baby has outgrown clothes that still have the tags on them. Now I can admit I was SO wrong, I wish I had bought the LIL Joey Newborn diapers, cloth diapering would have been much easier it likely would have been love at first cloth. 
About Sizing: 
I talked a little about how you have Lil Joey, the newborn diapers and OS which is a One Size diaper but let's face it how can one diaper fit all sizes? SNAPS! Thanks to the snap design on these diapers you have 3 sizes in 1 diaper, size 1-2, size 3-2, and size 3-4. So instead of having to buy new diapers everytime your little one gains a few pounds you can just change the level of where you snap down the diaper. (SEE VIDEO OF HOW TO CHANGE THE SIZE)

Absorbency: 
I'm not going to sit here and completely bash disposable diapers but I will say they don't seem to hold anything in. One big number two and I'm running to the tub with my little one and putting her in with all her clothes on (daddy has a hidden stash of disposables but we won't get into my rant on that). With these Kanga Care, Rump-a-rooz cloth diapers I feel like they have the maximum duty to hold in whatever baby may release on them. Rump-a-rooz come with their 6r soaker inserts in microfiber or hemp giving you the absorbency  factor you really want. These inserts are two pieces, one snap on insert for infants or to add a little more soaking power for your super wetter and your toddler sized insert.

Let's talk Prints!

It seems like Rump-a-rooz are for every mom who loves a great, fun print.  If you love  plain solid color there's a Rump-a-rooz for that. Love something completely wild like Tokidoki? There is obviously a diaper with just that. Or maybe you are like me who loves ALL prints and colors, Rump-a-rooz come in prints like Clyde (pictured above OTB), a diaper that suits a fox lover like me, flowers prints like Destiny that has the classic floral print lover covered or if you want a plaid print you may try Quinn. 

Now that we have covered that Rump-a- rooz really can have your cloth diaper needs covered from Newborn until your little one is potty trained I need to tell you a little secret that many moms don't know, Rump-a-rooz is not a brand. These fabulously adorable diapers are a part of something greater, that greater cloth diapering community secret is that the brand is actually Kanga Care. Why is this so important?  Kanga Care literally has all your cloth diapering needs covered, from the diapers themselves to the way you store those dirty diapers, you will only need to shop one brand to have everything you need. 

Join us every month for an introduction to Kanga Care and the products they offer to ensure you find everything you need to make your cloth diapering journey one you will love. 

Next month on the blog: Kanga Care Diaper Pail Cover

Like learning about Kanga Care? You may also want to check out this post from Bloggin' with Bubby's Mommy

* I received the products mentioned above free of charge in exchange featuring it in my Holiday Gift Guide.  No other compensation was provided to me to sway my opinion on this product, my opinions are those of my own and you may or may not share the same experience.

Alyssa Waters

18 comments:

Chloe Marchant said...

Oh the designs are super cute! I think I may give cloth diapering a try when I become a mom seems like a great choice!

Bubby's Mommy said...

This is an awesome post on these diapers! We love them and hope to be the proud owners of many more with each new addition to our family!! Thanks for the great info.

Jeannette said...

I personally did not do cloth diapers, but my brother did. These are so much cuter than class diapers back with my son was in diapers.

Amanda Simkin said...

We have been using disposable diapers but part of me wishes I would have chosen cloth. At the same time, however, I absolutely LOATHE all of our piles of laundry...

Shalama Jackson said...

Cute. I was a cloth diaper wearer way way way back some time ago. My son was not one and couldn't imagine it.

Elizabeth O. said...

I wish I had this when the twins were little. This is definitely better than your ordinary cloth diaper.

Kaitlin Ryan said...

Your little one is beautiful! Thanks for the tips. Finding the right cloth diaper can be so difficult.

Hannah Adkins said...

I've never heard of these before but they seem awesome! I love the adorable little patterns :)

KRISTINA PACHE said...

These are cute. I cloth diaper but use Applecheeks. My youngest is 2 and he has been in them since birth. I love cloth diapers.

Annemarie LeBlanc said...

I will let my daughter know about Rump-A-Rooze. The prints are cute and it provides the same protection as disposables, just more comfortable and environment friendly. I'll be checking Kanga out and see what other products they offer.

Janessa said...

That little baby is just so cute it's killing me!

Terri Beavers said...

Those are so stinkin cute. I used cloth diapers for my son but they didn't have cute choices like this, back then.

Erica Brooks said...

My loves are way past the diapering stage. If I had to do it over again and choose cloth diapers I'd give these cute diapers a try.

Nikki said...

Using a cloth diapers are really easy and it can save budget, those are really cute.

MaryJane Tauyan said...

cloth diaper is always a good idea! i did this to my daughter too!

Ourfamilyworld said...

This is so cute. I wish cloth diapers were this cute when my kids were babies.

Miranda Myrabev said...

Since I was a cloth diaper baby I always thought I would do the same when I have kids but when I was helping with my god sons I changed my mind lol but these are cute

adriana nudo said...

Oh my god, your baby is so cute! These diapers look great too, I love the patterns they come in!