It’s time to introduce you to some more wonderful Thirsties products. Releasing today is “Billy Buttons,” Thirsties new floral print, and Thirsties Natural Newborn All in One. Truth be told, I giggled when I heard that this adorable new print from Thirsties was called, “Billy Buttons.” Billy Buttons, is that some kind of fictional belly button or a character from a Dr. Seuss book? No friends, this whimsical print is inspired by an actual flower in the daisy family, Craspedia, also commonly known as billy buttons, drumsticks, or woollyheads.

Billy buttons are spherical flowers found in Australia and New Zealand. Thirsties Billy Buttons printwill be available in the following product lines: Duo Wrap, Wet Bag, Natural One Size All In One, Natural Newborn All In One, One Size All In One, Newborn All in One, Pocket Diaper and Diaper Cover.

Not long ago I sang the praises of Thirsties Natural One Size All in One. Now even your littlest of littles can rock this fabulous natural fiber diaper… Introducing Thirsties Natural Newborn All in One! The diaper’s interior consists of 8 thirsty layers of natural fibers – 2 layers of organic cotton sewn in the body and 6 layers of hemp/organic cotton in the soaker pads.

 

Like the Natural OS AIO, the Natural Newborn AIO has two soaker pads which facilitates quicker drying time without compromising absorbency. Retailing at $18.50 MRSP, Thirsties Natural Newborn All in One is available in hook & loop and snap closures. The snap closure version offers umbilical cord snap down which may be used while baby’s cord stump is present or belly button is healing. I loved the ease and trim fit of Thirsties Newborn AIO on my daughter, Little Girl, last summer. I’m thrilled parents now have a natural fiber option of this wonderful newborn all in one.

One lucky First Time Mom reader will win a Natural Newborn All In One in the color and closure of his or her choice and a Billy Buttons Wet Bag. Simply fill out the giveaway form below. Good luck and happy cloth diapering!

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Wife, work at home mom, and bassoonist, Laura Ankrum lives in Iowa City, Iowa. Prior to the arrival of her two children Laura taught elementary music and band in the Boston area. Now her home is her classroom and music studio. Laura is passionate about education, encouraging other moms, and eco-friendly living. She is the social media coordinator at Thirsties Inc and regularly contributes to First Time Mom.

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