Monday, August 8, 2011

Tiny Tush Review and Giveaway - CLOSED

THIS GIVEAWAY IS CLOSED. Congratulations to Samantha! Not only did she win the gift card, but she also gave birth on the day she won! Thanks to everyone who entered.

I've read quite a few cloth diapering articles, most of which recommend building your "stash" slowly. Take time to experiment with a variety of styles until you find what works best for your child and budget. I'm sure this is good advice, but I couldn't wait to get started. Before my son was born, I bought a full set Tiny Tush Elite pocket diapers on the recommendation of a friend of mine. She bought two as a baby shower gift; I was so impressed that we bought 22 more! Why?


1. They come with two microfiber inserts (large and small) and are adjustable to fit children 7 through 35 pounds. In other words, these same diapers that fit Peter at one month will still fit him until he is toilet trained! 

2. The pocket includes a flap at the back that prevents the insert from sliding out during use. Also, the pocket is sewn in such a way that it prevents poop from getting caught in the flap -- definitely a plus!

3. Tiny Tush products are made in the U.S.A.

4. These diapers come in a variety of bright colors and are sold with snaps. They are also available with aplix closures, but we prefer snaps. Snaps reportedly are less adjustable, but we haven't had any problems.

A rainbow of diapers!

5. THEY DON'T LEAK! Peter is a heavy wetter, but these diapers are up to the challenge. They fit snugly around his legs without leaving red marks. Have you ever been warned about explosive poop that will go all the way up the baby's back? Not with these! I can't tell you how many diapers I've changed where the mess goes exactly up to the top of the diaper, but no farther. Thank you, Tiny Tush!

6. I haven't needed this for myself, but my friend glows with reports of excellent customer service. Both she and her sister have spoken personally with the owner for help and diaper advice in general. Tiny Tush staff have been prompt, courteous, and very responsive.

7. Pocket diapers are easy to change. Peter is extremely squirmy during diaper changes, but we don't have problems with these. Once they are stuffed, they are simple to use and may even convince disposable diaper users to switch!

8. Quantity discounts and discounted 'seconds' make great diapers even more affordable!


Now that you know how wonderful Tiny Tush is, you have a chance to win a $10 gift card to TinyTush.com! There are eight ways to enter! (Contest open to residents of Canada and U.S.A. only. Must be 18 or older to enter.) Leave a separate comment for each entry, including your email address. Contest ends Sunday, 8/14 at 11:59 EDT. Winner will be announced Monday morning.

  • MANDATORY ENTRY: Visit TinyTush.com and tell me another product (aside from Elite pockets) that you would love to try and why.
  • "Like" this blog on Facebook.
  • Follow this blog using Google Friend Connect (see right-hand column).
  • Share this post on Facebook, Buzz, etc. and leave a link in the comment.
  • Follow Tiny Tush on Twitter.
  • "Like" Tiny Tush on Facebook. Tell them Working to be Worthy sent you!
  • Follow the Tiny Tush blog.
  • Sign up for the Tiny Tush newsletter.

67 comments:

  1. Thanks for posting this! I do not need the $10 gift card now - so I am not entering to win. However, I am planning on using cloth diapers when the time comes. I will definitely keep TinyTush.com in mind! I love that they are made in the US! :)

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  2. Not in need of cloth diapers now, but I too will keep them in mind :) In fact ALL questions regarding child rearing will be directed to you ;)

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  3. Ooh I'm always looking for a diaper that won't leak! Very good to know. :) From visiting their website, I also like the look of the organic cotton contour diapers - they look very soft and comfy for babe. :)

    Kelly(at)BecomingCrunchy(dot)com

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  4. I like you on Facebook. :)

    Kelly(at)BecomingCrunchy(dot)com

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  5. I follow this blog on GFC.

    Kelly(at)BecomingCrunchy(dot)com

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  6. Shared on Facebook personal profile (I'll share on my fan page later today :) ) - https://www.facebook.com/kellymseow/posts/231665403542245

    Kelly(at)BecomingCrunchy(dot)com

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  7. Following Tiny Tush on Twitter (@BecomingCrunchy)

    Kelly(at)BecomingCrunchy(dot)com

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  8. I liked Tiny Tush on Facebook and told them you sent me. :)

    Kelly(at)BecomingCrunchy(dot)com

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  9. I subscribed to the Tiny Tush blog RSS.

    Kelly(at)BecomingCrunchy(dot)com

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  10. I signed up for the Tiny Tush newsletter. :)

    Kelly(at)BecomingCrunchy(dot)com

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  11. i'd love to try the tiny tush organic wool soaker beause our nighttime combo isnt working :(
    tormentedcause@aol.com

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  12. new fan on fb (jennifer nicole laur)
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  13. i follow on gfc (jennifer laur)
    tormentedcause@aol.com

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  14. i follow tiny tush on twitter (@somethingfaded)
    tormentedcause@aol.com

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  15. already a fan of tiny tush on fb (jennifer nicole laur)
    tormentedcause@aol.com

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  16. Followed this Blog with GFC

    melissa.m.brown13@gmail.com

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  17. Liked it on facebook too!

    Melissa.m.brown13@gmail.com

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  18. Wrote on their wall too!

    melissa.m.brown13@gmail.com

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  19. I like the organic wool diaper cover! We like wool for overnights because it's so breatheable!! What a great giveaway! Thanks bud!

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  20. I like Working to be Worthy on Facebook! Woot Woot!

    You're awesome

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  21. I like Tiny Tush on facebook!

    You're the best

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  22. I follow the Tiny Tush blog! Thanks for the link!

    You're outstanding!!

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  23. I follow this blog using GFC (privately)!

    Are you sick of me yet?

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  24. I joined the Tiny Tush mailing list!

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  25. How do I leave a link of me "sharing" this? All I can see is a link to my facebook page...is that what you need? And I realize I made a fatal error in not including my email address in each comment...shall I re-comment?

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  26. Last one and you can be rid of me: I shared you on facebook...you can see it because you told me! Hehe. Hence, no link!

    Love to you and the fam!

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  27. I like the tweedlebug one size diaper covers.
    smoo06 at yahoo dot com

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  28. GFC follower.
    smoo06 at yahoo dot com

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  29. I like tiny tush on facebook.
    smoo06 at yahoo dot com

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  30. I want to try the bedwetters pants but I love my Tweedle Bugs from Tiny Tush. I haven't tried a Tiny Tush yet.

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  31. I'd like to try the Tiny Tush Hemp Fitteds

    hun423 at hotmail.com

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  32. I like your fb page as Vashti McMurray

    hun423 at hotmail.com

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  33. I follow via GFC

    hun423 at hotmail.com

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  34. I shared on twitter
    https://twitter.com/#!/MamaHunfy/status/100975778249965568

    hun423 at hotmail.com

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  35. I follow Tiny Tush on twitter as @MamaHunfy

    hun423 at hotmail.com

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  36. I like Tiny Tush on fb as Vashti McMurray

    hun423 at hotmail.com

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  37. I follow the Tiny Tush blog via GFC

    hun423 at hotmail.com

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  38. I already receive the Tiny Tush newsletter :)

    hun423 at hotmail.com

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  39. I'd like to try the one size tiny tush trim 4.0!

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  40. Thanks for this post. It was very informative! I went to the Tiny tush web site and I would love to try the deo-disks. I would never say no to a fresh diaper pail!

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  41. I like Working to be Worthy on Facebook as Vanessa Carvalho Coker.

    vnsscarv AT gmail DOT com

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  42. I "liked" this blog on facebook. Rebekah Elisabeth Sauer

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  43. I would love to try "Tiny Tush Trim Organic Cotton One Size Fitted Cloth Diapers" because I love fitted diapers for night time.

    vnsscarv AT gmail DOT com

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  44. I am following your blog using blogger.

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  45. I shared this post on facebook and linked to your fb page and this blog.

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  46. I liked Tiny Tush on facebook.

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  47. I am now following Tiny tush's blog

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  48. and I signed up for their newsletter.

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  49. I am following Tiny Tush on twitter @justsweetnsauer

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  51. Ugh. Preggo brain. I forgot to add my email address into my posts. I knew I would forget something! My email is rebekah.elisabeth AT gmail DOT com

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  52. These diapers look great. We are just getting started, so I think I would want to get the mini shower sprayer as well. And that is great they have nursing pads as well.

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  53. "Like" Tiny Tush on Facebook. That is how I ended up here :-).

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  54. I'd like to try their organic cotten fitted diaper.
    jenniferbleiler at gmail dot com

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  55. I like Tiny Tush on facebook
    Jennifer (Rummel) Bleiler
    jenniferbleiler at gmail dot com

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  56. I follow this blog via Google Friend Connect.(name: VCoker)
    vnsscarv{at}gmail{dot}com

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  57. I shared this post via Google Buzz.
    link: https://plus.google.com/114056343656626694968/posts/36bruMsAZkM
    vnsscarv{at}gmail{dot}com

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  58. I follow @TinyTush on Twitter as @VanessaCoker.
    vnsscarv{at}gmail{dot}com

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  59. I follow Tiny Tush on Facebook.
    vnsscarv {at} gmail {dot} com

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  60. I follow tiny tush on FB(tarrasclan on fb)

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  61. I would love to try their wool covers.

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