Earthy Crunchy Mama – Review

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Earthy Crunchy Mama is:

(urthee kruhn-chee mah-muh)
-noun, earth·y crunch·y ma·ma
  1. a person who is environmentally, health, and socially conscious.
  2. a parent who fosters a strong, positive bond with their children through natural living.
  3. a website committed to making earthy crunchy mamas’ lives a bit easier through detailed product reviews, a library of articles to guide your pursuits, and a store full of hand-selected products.
Earthy Crunchy Mama is a great resource for parents seeking to live a little greener.  The Earthy Crunchy blog has wonderful articles about the latest crunchy adventures of shop owner, Jenn, and her family.  The “crunchy-pedia” page has a myriad of resources for babywearing and cloth diapering.  In her store you will find the products that will enable you to put all her resources to the test!
At Earthy Crunchy Mama you’ll find a selection products including baby carriers, cloth diapers, and Aiden and Anais swaddling blankets, and more that will help you care for your little one in the crunchiest, I mean gentlest, ways possible.
I was sent a pack of Earthy Crunchy Mama’s Micro Fleece Reusable Liners to review.  These micro fleece liners measure approx. 4.25″x11.5″ and are made to be used as a barrier between cloth diapers and rash creams.  We don’t use rash creams (at least not the standard ones) on Little Brother because he’s sensitive to them, but I do use an extra layer of fleece lining in all of his diapers as an added layer of stay-dry.  And, though these were not specifically intended for that purpose, I love them for it.  And, if you, like me, don’t own a diaper sprayer, gasp!, then these babies will make cleaning up the dirties a snap.  They are very good quality micro fleece, and have stayed thick and soft after many washings.  At $5 for a pack of 10 they are extremely budget-friendly too.  The only thing I would suggest is that they could stand to be just a tad wider (about 1/2 in. – 1 in.).  If you are having to slather a larger baby’s entire bum with diaper cream these may not be wide enough to provide the full coverage you need.

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Disclosure: I was provided with a product at no charge in order to provide and accurate and honest review of the product.  The opinions expressed are entirely my own.


About Amy @ Oh So Savvy Mom

Amy is mom to three, wife to one, and a sister and aunt to many. Her family is a former military family now settled in Lehi, Utah. Oh So Savvy Mom began as a way for Amy to share parenting and product advice with others. Just as she has evolved, Oh So Savvy Mom has evolved into a resource for Healthy Living for Families, Food, Parenting, and Family Travel.