The hook and loop closure version of this is here.
The Newborn snap version is here.
The Collection Kit of 5 color-coordinated diapers is here.
The elastic is so soft and stretchy and the design is great. The "feel" of it is just right. I do think it is best at 4 or 5 months and up though. Like any "one-size" item, it's really quite big on a young baby.
Natural fibers inside, this one-size fits most all-in-one diaper is made in the USA. This easy-to-use cloth diaper includes 11 thirsty layers of natural fibers: 3 layers of organic cotton in the body and 2 soaker pads with 8 layers of the same hemp/organic cotton. As with all "one-size" items, they are really quite huge on brand new babies. I like them (all kinds of one-size things) starting after the newborn time, perhaps 11 pounds and up and choose newborn sized items for my brand new baby. Made in USA.
Care and Use:
Prewash on warm. Wash on hot. Add another rinse on warm. Hang to dry or dry in the dryer on low.
Outer – 100% polyester with waterproof TPU laminate. Inner Liner – 100% organic cotton. Inner Absorbency – 2 layers of 100% organic cotton. Inner Soakers – 8 layers of 55% hemp - 45% organic cotton
The prints are so much lovelier in person.
This is my second or third purchase. Love these thirsties for my LO. Since they have 2 absorption pads they are especially nice at night for us. The snaps make changing so simple, I don’t know why more people don’t go back to cloth! Customer service from Green Mountain and Thirsties is also excellent. Happy returning customer!
We love these diapers! I have two babies in cloth and the NAIO diapers fit them both, in different rise snaps. We use them for overnight and for travel when we need to ensure no leaks. They did need prepping, and they do take a while to dry. Cleaning poop off of them is tougher than a pocket style because of all the flaps. There is also more wear and tear visible (holes in the fabric) since it's a natural fabric. With that said, still five stars. No leaks at night for my heavy wetter/heavy sleeper who goes 12 hours straight. And no leaks in the car! We have added two inserts in the diaper for overnight (one Thirsties hemp and one bamboo fast absorber) as well as a fleece liner to keep babies feeling dry and protect the diaper in case of poops. We use them so much and they're enduring, on to my second baby wearing them.
I absolutely love Thirsties diapers. I rented some newborn natural AIO from a local diaper service and loved them so when it was time for me to purchase one size diapers, I knew that I would stick with Thirsties. They are soft and super absorbent for my heavy wetter (Sir Pees-A-Lot we call him.) He's a small guy and the diapers fit his legs well with no leaks. These are my favorite AIOs.
These are nice diapers. We always used workhorse with thirsties covers- then we were "done", gave them away and got pregnant again. I tried flats but my baby wiggles too much. After using disposables for a couple months and missing cloth, but being totally overwhelmed bu the leaks of the flats, I bought these and some blueberry simplex. The thirsties do not leak! They do leave marks on my baby though, across her back. Adjusting the waist snaps causes leaks though. Her shape fits into the blueberry better, but the blueberry leak. I like these but prefer workhorse and would recommend them first to anyone looking at cloth for the first time. The workhorse NEVER leak!!!!! Ever!!!!! If these fall apart after a year, which I fully expect after drying on low (because with 3 kids under 5 thats what i have to do!) I will get the extra large workhorse and some thirsties covers.