Wahmies cloth diaper wet bags are cute, well-made and wick-free. Gotta love them. Wahmies owner, Lisa
Adkins, is also one of the nicest people in the cloth diapering world, so I love selling her products. Wahmies was actually started by another mom, but Lisa bought the company a couple of years back. Lisa is also the mompreneur behind Drybees diapers and was the original owner/creator of Sheepish Grins, a company I now own. All of this while raising two kids and still working full-time in the West Virginia schools with kids who have speech problems.
Wahmies wet bags are super popular and people will go to great lengths to get the perfect print. Some cloth diapering moms develop a bit of an obsession with collecting these cute bags. And why not? At about $16 per bag, it is an affordable addiction. I need a cute wet bag for sunscreen, lotion and diaper cream. I need another for keeping all the baby food and snacks organized in the diaper bag. One for the change of clothes in the diaper bag so they don’t get scattered about every time I need something from the bottom of the diaper bag. I use one in my gym bag for wet swimsuits. The small bags are the right size for my cloth pads. Oh, yeah, and one for the cloth diapers.
Some moms use a Wahmies wet bag for wipes, with a matching one for the diapers. Other moms use a large wet bag to hold cloth diapers near the family bed or in the downstairs bathroom.
Wahmies cloth diaper wet bags come in three sizes. Small, regular and all-day. The small ones will hold wipes or one cloth diaper. The regular size will hold 4-6 diapers, so they are perfect for most outings. The all-day size will hold 6-8 diapers, so it is a good choice for longer outings or for use as a small hanging wet bag. The all-day size has a handle sewn on.
All Wahmies print bags are made with one layer of cotton fabric and one layer of PUL (polyurethane laminate), sewn together at the top only, so you don’t have to worry about wicking even if you have some sopping wet diapers in there.
Wahmies get points for quality and cuteness, and they are still made in the USA, unlike several other brands. Also, Lisa is committed to supporting work at home moms, so she retails her products through small, family-owned businesses and not through big-box retailers.
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