Limited Availability Prints! Orion, Coral Reef, Huggable, Rainbow Waves, Shadows
The Blueberry One Size Capri Cover has an updated style to have less binding across the front and back. The fit is a bigger at the leg opening for this new style version, This version does not have the binding at the front wing area or across baby's back. Chubby legs will fit this well.
This One-Size diaper runs quite large on a 12 pound baby but fits well beginning at around 4 or 5 months old or 15+ pounds at the smallest rise setting. It may fit to 40 pounds at the largest setting.
The cover is designed for tucking a diaper under the front and back flap. This is nice to help hold a trifolded diaper in place and it also keeps the PUL away from baby since the knit fabric is there on the flaps. But just because it has flaps doesn't mean you have to use them. You can still use this over fitted diapers or fastened prefolds! In a way, having the flaps there is the best of both worlds - wipe-clean and covered PUL. The part of the inside of the cover that is most likely to touch baby's skin is where the flap is, so that's nice. Yet the main part of the inside of the cover is exposed laminate which doesn't pick up moisture like the knit part can, so you may be able to re-use this through a few more changes than a true covered PUL cover. So it's not exactly a true wipe-clean but, like the Flip (Flip runs a bit smaller at the hips than Capri), it's mostly a wipe-clean cover. See the inside of the cover. The prints are really adorable. 100% polyester. Great for day or night. Roomy inside for adding doublers. Made in USA.
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We bought 2 diaper covers for our baby who just outgrew the newborn size. Though the site mentioned that the OS diapers are large for babies on the lower end of the weight range- we did not find them to be too bad (too baggy, or awkward, etc). Our baby is 13lbs- they fit her fine and she'll have plenty of room to grow into them (which she is doing rapidly!).