The trimmest AIO I’ve found!
I have several Grovia Organic AIOs and was curious how another side snap would compare since I love how side snap AIOs are more trim. These are very lightweight but still absorbent enough for my average-wetter daughter. If you dislike bulk, these are a great choice! Blueberry AIOs dry faster than my other AIOs because they are open on both ends like a pocket. They prep easily and quickly (I started using them after one wash). My only skepticism is that, compared to the Grovias, the quality of the materials seems a bit less durable - the side panels are less thick and stretchy, the snaps seem cheaper, and the weave of the PUL seems less dense/more lightweight. But again, I think this makes it a lighter weight choice which I like, and we have not had any issues even when I need to rip the diaper off one-handed (ah, the wiggly baby stage!). So it will be interesting to see how they last over time. The rolled elastics are definitely gentler on her skin. I do plan to purchase more. My daughter is 14 lbs and the medium fits perfectly with growing room on the sides.
I’ve tried multiple types of diapers, as I’m sure most cloth diapering parents have done. The organic cotton on my toddler skin is much better than microfiber fleece I’ve had with the bumgenius 5.0 pocket diapers. With those, the urine bounced right off and out the diapers. With these organic cotton diaper inners, all of the urine is easily absorbed. I like the flap that you can adjust by folding to soak up extra little boy wetness. I am using these as pull-ups since they are so stretchy on the sides. It’s a little difficult, but definitely doable. I have the size large for a 28lb boy at 23 months. The only con is that it takes over a day to dry inside. I’d love to have more of these in my stash, but they are pretty expensive compared to flats.
Love this since its organic cotton inner but side snap to pull on for my extra wiggly baby.
Great daytime diapers!
I really like these. I have cotton fitteds and flats that I use mostly with PUL covers, and they work well. But my baby is starting to run away from me when I change him and we are working on some elimination communication, so I wanted something that might be possible to pull up and down all together. These are much trimmer than my fitteds (Esembly, for reference) and they don't hold as much, but they are great for daytime since I change so frequently. They seem easy for my baby to move around in. They are so trim and don't take up much room in the washing machine and diaper bag. One reason I didn't go with all-in-ones to begin with was time to dry, and I am very impressed that these dry faster than my fitteds. If I let him go too long in one of these, the sides get wet, and, as stated, they are not waterproof. But I like that they are stretchy. I can pull this up and down on my skinny baby, although it's not super easy when they are snapped on tighter snaps because, of course, it's tighter, but also there is less of the stretchy side to stretch. I love that these are sized. I am not a big fan of rise snaps. Size medium is perfect on my tall, skinny 20lb almost 1 year old with room to grow on the sides, but we have some larges as well and they work on the tightest snap. I wish they weren't so expensive, but it looks like most all-in-ones are pretty expensive.
Hope they're great
I purchased these for my niece who is due in June. I was looking for a practical gift and was astounded how most stores only offer disposable diapers. Heck I couldn’t even find pins in local retail. That began my search for environmentally friendly, monetarily practical and alternative solutions for a modern parent. I found your website and these all in ones and was very hopeful. They arrived in good time and I love them. I’m impressed by the quality, their ability to grow with the age of the child and their commitment to not being another throw away good produced in this world. We’ll know more when they get used, but initial inspection is spot on. Goood product.