Thirsties Pocket All-in-One is a one-step diaper featuring built-in absorbency, a waterproof outer shell, and hook and loop closures for a true custom fit. It includes a pocket opening to stuff a doubler or insert when you need extra absorbency. Inner layer of stay-dry microfleece keeps baby feeling dry and leg gussets are an excellent protection from blowouts. This is the preferred cloth system of dad’s and babysitters and of families on the go. Our signature leg gussets are perhaps the most beloved feature of Thirsties Pocket All-in-Ones. No matter the shape of your baby, the leg gusset attribute allows for the same excellent leak-proof protection. Whether you have a chunky baby, or a tall and lean baby, the leg gussets provide the protection you need by gently and completely sealing the leg openings. The pliable leg gussets flex and move with your baby, offering a comfortable and superior safeguard against leaks whether you have a developing and kicking newborn or a curious and energetic toddler who is constantly on the go. Thirsties Pocket All-in-Ones will keep your baby covered. The mission of Thirsties is to make it easy and attainable for every family to choose cloth while simultaneously investing in local economy and sustainable business practices. All Thirsties products are USA-made by a group of very talented women, many of whom work in the comfort and convenience of their own homes. Only the best of USA sourced components are chosen in order to reduce carbon footprint, to help support domestic textile mills, and to ensure Thirsties diapers will last wash after wash. Thirsties is judged as providing the very best in comfortable leak-proof cloth diapering while practicing superior ethical business practices. Care and content – Machine wash warm or hot. Dry in dryer or hang to dry.
- Fasten and go; one simple step
- Preferred by dads and babysitters
- Specialty microfleece inner that repels stains and keeps baby feeling dry
- Leg gussets provide superior protection against leaks
- Use from birth to potty and save over $1000 over disposables
First of all I own three Thirsties Fab Fitted diapers and several Thirsties Duo wraps and have had no leaking problems with either. I purchased three of these pocket/all-in-ones in size medium for the babysitter to use. I washed and machine dried these diapers three times with my other diapers and covers (cold water prewash w/ vinegar, hot wash with All Free and Clear, super rinse) before I tried them out. I stuffed them with a hemp insert and a cotton gauze flat fold for nighttime. My poor little one woke up about five hours later in a puddle! The diaper had leaked out the back. I stuffed another diaper that same night and tried again. Another puddle :(. I proceeded to check the final diaper for repelling the next morning and it seemed to be doing it’s job. I then checked the seams and made sure the diaper fit properly. I decided to do three more washes and see if that helped. I washed and machine dried three more times and tried again. This time during the day with no inserts. It was soaked after an hour! Maybe I had mineral/soap residue. I stripped the diapers by themselves using 1TBSP Dawn soap in a hot water wash with three HOT rinses. Machine dried. Stuffed for overnight and got to change the sheets…..I washed the diaper with my diapers as usual and it reeked of ammonia when I took it out. I have finally given up. My Fab fitted diapers are made of the same material and I have never had to strip them and have not experienced any lingering odors. It also wasn’t my inserts as I have NEVER had to strip my flats or my hemp and they are very absorbant. I am so confused. Some of the other reviewers have had great success with the diaper and I am glad. It is a great (in theory) diaper for a great price.
Candice Warm Springs, GA
I wish I bought these sooner! I have both BumGenius and Thirsties AIOs in size XS…my daughter is 10 lbs, 12 oz now and still fits in the Thirsties XS but outgrew her BumGenius over a month ago. They take awhile to dry but make cloth diapering super easy.
Maria San Martin, CA
Every baby is different and every diaper fits differently. When you deal with disposables, this really comes home. We had been using Earth’s Best, but after one too many blow outs, failed velcro, or wiggle offs I was ready to try anything that might prevent the next “poo-copylics” (don’t ask).My spouse got a “cloth diaper trial pack” from a local store, and in my fear of another poocopylics, I decided to go along. I fell in love with the Thirsties. With all the snaps, and gusseting, and fittings these diapers should be able to fit every baby type. Whether you have a long and lean (like me) or a little chubby, this diaper should be adjustable enough to fit them perfectly. I’ve been impressed with how these diapers fit my son.Now the important stuff, these things are absorbent. We haven’t even come close to a blowout – and we’ve had some that sounded (and felt) like close calls. These diapers hold a lot, and between that, the second insert (if needed) and the gussets I think you’d be hard pressed to have any type of leakage.I must say, I was really afraid of cloth. I grew up thinking that cloth was hard, that they leak, and that they are just more dirty. What I found out is that they fit a ton better than disposables (a ton better). This means that they leak less (which is important to me). And this leads to less clothing changes, sheet changes, and in general, a cleaner, happier environment. I never thought I’d say that. Never in a million years did I think I’d be converted to cloth, but I have been.The other advantages are that you can have less chemicals touching you baby’s bottom and you are being kinder to the environment. Did I mention that Thirsties (and the flips too) are insanely easy to get on and off and there is very little mess (granted our son is 4 months old, so really, almost everything is absorbed anyway). You will need to run your washer a whole lot more but if you go 2-3 days, you’ll find you have a washer full ready to go.
Lelia Birmingham, IA
Sized just right to fit in a diaper cover without folding length-wise like standard cloth baby diaper prefolds, OsoCozy “Better Fit” Unbleached Prefolds are a little different, a little shorter, and a lot to love. OsoCozy “Better Fit” Unbleached Prefolds for Infants 6-16 lbs measure 12.5″ x 13.5″ each. One order contains 12 cloth diaper prefolds. Less length means no excess, unnecessary fabric, and no pins! Our less bulky, easy to use Indian cotton infant cloth diaper prefolds fit directly into baby diaper covers with no added fussing. Made of 100% soft, unbleached Indian cotton gauze weave to bring a soft touch, fast absorbency and unmatched durability with no lint. OsoCozy “Better Fit” Unbleached Prefolds are Diaper Service Quality (DSQ), letting you give the best, quality care to your little one. Don’t settle for less than the best for your baby!
- FOR A “BETTER FIT” – Sized just right to fit in a diaper cover without folding length-wise like standard cloth baby diaper prefolds, OsoCozy “Better Fit” Unbleached Prefolds are a little different, a little shorter, and a lot to love.
- PREFOLD FOR CLOTH DIAPERS – Our Indian cotton infant cloth diaper prefolds are less bulky and easier to use, fitting directly into baby diaper covers with no added fussing, pinning or folding.
- SOFT AND ABSORBENT – 100% soft, unbleached Indian cotton gauze weave brings a soft touch, fast absorbency and unmatched durability with no lint.
- NO PINS NEEDED – “Better Fit” Unbleached Prefolds for Infants 6-16 lbs measure 12.5″ x 13.5″ each. Less length means no excess, unnecessary fabric, and no pins! One order contains 12 cloth diaper prefolds.
- DIAPER SERVICE QUALITY – Don’t settle for less than the best for your baby. OsoCozy “Better Fit” Unbleached Prefolds are Diaper Service Quality (DSQ), letting you give the best, quality care to your little one.
I haven’t used them for cloth diapering yet, but for burp cloths, they barely even work, so I’m guessing I won’t bother using them.First off, the flaps on the side aren’t even symmetrical to the pad in the middle…one flap on one side is shorter than the other…so this kind of threw me off right off the bat.I prewashed them about 6-8 times, as recommended by the internet, but they’re still not very absorbent.
Esperanza Batavia, IA
These prefolds are too thin. There are better product on amazon…something like indian cotton prefold diapers…dont remember the ones with blue edges
Eileen Perote, AL
I have had both the purple and red bordered sizes now, and have been very happy with both. I find that they do indeed fit much better inside the diaper covers than the traditional diapers. Like others have said, these are not meant to be worn like traditional cloth diapers; you simply fold them and lay them in a diaper cover. My little girl just started soaking the purple diapers, so I moved up to the red. She is just under 14 lbs, which is the minimum suggested for the red diapers, so I would say they are pretty on the mark with sizing. We use them with Thirsties covers. I did have to buy larger covers before I expected; the smaller Duo wrap covers claim to go up to 18 lbs but the 14-30 lb (red) diapers don’t fit in them. However that’s okay, because the larger covers fit her fine as well. I’d say that’s more of an issue with the cover sizing, but I thought anyone else using said covers might like to know.
Deidre Somonauk, IL
Extra protection against leaking cloth diaper, featured 3 layers outer shell, specially designed for confident nighttime protection. Each diaper comes with 2 large microfiber Inserts. Fit for babies from 8-36lbs. This Good Night Heavy Wetter One Size Pocket Diaper consist of 2 parts: a waterproof outer shell + 2 large microfiber insert. The outer shell contains 3 layers of waterproof Thermoplastic Polyurethane (TPU) Laminated Fabric specially designed for confident night time protection and one insert made with 3 layers of microfiber super absorbent and soft. Include 2 large and absorbent soft microfiber inserts in each diaper – one for daytime and the second for nighttime or heavy wetter Size Chart Weight: 8-36 lbs. Rise:13.5″ – 19.5″ Waist” 14″ – 28″ Length: 19.5″ Crotch: 7.5″
- Situable for babies from newborns to toddlers (8-36lbs)
- Front Panel for extra leakproof protection, suitable for babies sleeping on their tummy
- Cross over multiple tummy snap buttons
- Wider Back Pocket for easy inserts stuffing
- The Insert is made from 100% unbleached microfiber
This is by far the best night time solution for my 38lb potty trained by day, heavy wetter by night! Paired with a bamboo insert and wool cover, this is the only thing that keeps my child dry until morning and saves me from sheet changes and laundry nearly daily!
Debra Claremore, OK
Tried mutiple– gdiapers-kawaii-soft bums- generic-naughty baby—-these are one of my fav! Love them and softbumsfor pocket diapers! Hold leaks-blowots well! Would recommend! Oh…I have a 5 mo.old that I use them on. 🙂
Michell North Bend, OR
These diapers are of good quiality, totally recomend. Just be sure that they will not fit a newborn, and if your newborn is big (mine was 7. 1/2 pounds, would say ti could fit a 10 p) it will be two high on the waist so it could rub on the umbilical cord. Besides that they are GREAT. Totally recomend the brand and this diaper.
Judith Marienville, PA
Choose from: all organic cotton, super-absorbent microterry cotton, or luxuriously plush minky.
- Absorbent fabric
- Customize absorbency
- Slip right into the pocket
- For FuzziBunz One Size Diapers
I have tons of these and they seem smelly and need stripping more often than my cotton prefolds. They leak more often too.
Lela Saint Johns, PA
These are pretty big compared to the pocket of the fuzzibunz. They sure do keep him dry! They are very soft and easily go into pocket.
Jerri Horatio, AR
I bought a lot of our FB used and they had inserts of questionable origin. I doubt they were original FB and if they are, they’ve gotton much better. I decided to upgrade all of my inserts with the four ply (not three ply, which they also sell) inserts. What a great idea! When I finish with the diapers I’ll sell them again and even with replacing the inserts, practically make money on diaper use! I love the sized FB.
Freida Orange Beach, AL
Thirsties® Duo Wraps are easy to use and easier on your wallet! The adjustable rise of this wrap design means one size will last twice as long. In fact, only two sizes will cover your baby from birth all the way to potty-learning. Similar in feel to our best-selling Diaper Cover, Thirsties® Duo Wraps are completely waterproof yet remain breathable, pliable, and very comfortable for your baby’s delicate skin. The inside of these wraps can be wiped clean between uses which allows for fewer wraps in rotation and great affordability. Durable snap closures provide a perfect and secure fit at every diaper change. Leg gussets provide advanced leak-proof protection and bindings are super-soft against baby skin. Image shown is a representation of colors that can be sent. Actual colors may vary.
- Features an adjustable rise for extended use to suit your growing baby
- Two sizes will fit from birth to potty. Snaps provide added longevity.
- Leg gussets provide superior protection against leaks
- Pair with basic Prefold Cloth Diapers and save $2000 over disposables!
- Bonus Dainty Baby Reusable Bag. Image does not represent actual colors that will ship.
I don’t like that these are just the covers. i thought i wouldn’t mind but it’s a pain in the neck.
Angelique Onekama, MI
I really like the Thirsties diaper covers. The snaps in the rise mean that you can get a good custom fit that grows with your baby. I like the snap closures as well, but I wish I had gotten the velcro for more intermediate options in the waist. The snaps will be handy when my guy is big enough to open velcro, though so I’m not too bummed about the snaps for now.I love the double gusset on the leg and am able to be really confident that if someone’s holding my baby there are going to be no leaks which would be so embarrassing! My baby can really soak a diaper in a moments notice and the only leaks I’ve ever gotten were my user error allowing the edges of the prefold to stick out of the leg, never diaper failure.I would suggest to not dry these in your dryer but line dry instead. It will help them stay water proof longer and I’ve gotten some scorch marks on a cover too.These are great covers though and I’ll definitely use them for number two when the time comes.
Beatrice Goldsboro, MD
Doesn’t seal well for chubby leg babies. It doesn’t fit well for bigger baby boys. My son was born 9.9 and they did not do well for him.
Lessie Evening Shade, AR
Gerber Organic 5 Pack Birdseye prefold diapers are made of a lightweight fabric that is soft and quick drying. Made of 100% organic cotton fibers, natually grown and naturally soft. Prefolded panels make it easier for mom to use. Great for giving as a gift.
- Made of 100% organic cotton fibers
- Easy care: machine wash and dry
- Great item for gift giving
Fabric is soft and thick. Good to use for spit up and burping. Haven’t tried as a diaper, but nice organic fabric if you’re concerned about that for other baby uses.
Adriana Lowry, MN
I have used these through 2 babies with reflux as burp clothes. They have been washed hundreds of times and hold up great.
Celia Lafox, IL
I ordered two packs of these for my second baby as I used them constantly with my first. What I didn’t realize was the difference between the regular ones and these “Birdseye Organic” ones. These are thinner and rougher than the original. I promptly returned the package that I had not already opened and washed so I could get the original diapers. I would not recommend this particular version, but having white cloth diapers is a must for any mom.
Shelia Columbiaville, MI
GroVia’s hybrid diaper system is the perfect solution to on-the-go parenthood, is travel-friendly and great for daycare. This system gives parents options in convenience without harming our planet. This trim, one-size diaper shell can be used with a GroVia organic cotton soaker pad, GroVia biosoaker, most fitted diapers or prefolds. Fits most babies 8-30 plus pounds.
- Waterproof TPU outer layer
- Less waste
- No dioxins
- Save money
After 15 months of exclusively cloth diapering since birth, Grovia is my very favourite.I love these and wish I had more. They’re cute, too. I will tell you details of why I love them below, if you want specifics.
• I have both the velcro and snaps and though velcro is easier to get on a wriggly baby the snaps are much more durable – I am seeing this especially in some second hand BumGenius that are in snaps and hook and loop, so it’s a general observation if you’re wondering which to go for. When I was pregnant a couple of years ago this was many of the options I needed to figure out, so I’m just adding it for others also wondering. If you want them to last for multiple babies, and not have to replace velcro pieces, then go with snaps.
• Shell vs AI2
• I love the shell over the pocket diapers by BumGenius and others because you can switch out an insert with a bit of wee on it and not have to wash the whole thing. As a previous review said, if there’s lots of poop then it will get on the shell, too, so you’ll have to wash the whole thing. This is no worse than using a pocket/AI2 in that case, but it still feels a bit less bulky to me. Also, I only let him wear the shell for a day anyway, even if the shell has not got dirty because it’s in contact with wee soaked inserts, so after several diaper changes I will throw the whole thing in the wet bag (OK, so not in the wetbag, actually – see washing section below).
• I bought one Grovia insert. It’s fine. I got a lot of prefolds for free and BG inserts second hand and I use those in the Grovia shells. They work great. You could use slim bamboo inserts and there’s no bulk at all when I use those.
• Night time
• These things don’t leak for me. They contain poop and they are amazing. I do not use them at night just because I would want to change the whole thing in the morning (it’s bound to be really wet) and so I
• my Grovias for multiple daytime changes. If I had my ideal plentiful Grovia stash I would not hesitate to use them at night.
• I leave the BumGenius and everything else behind and travel with a handful of Grovia shells and lots of cloth inserts. We have also traveled with shells and a packet of the disposable Grovia inserts and disposable G-Diaper inserts. No leaks with either of those, but hate throwing inserts in the bin. The Grovia inserts used to say flushable but they really weren’t. You had to pull a layer off and try to get all these wee-soaked balls and pieces into the toilet and it didn’t work. I think they’re compostable, but how can you compost while traveling? Anyway, these shells are great for traveling because of how easy they are to wash
• We have a separate system for these favourite diaper shells. They get stacked next to the wet bag and I usually wash a few by hand before we do an entire diaper load. This enables us to keep going for ages because we have lots of inserts and only a few shells. Also, I don’t mind washing them by hand. Often times I just want to wash them because they have been worn fora day not because they were directly peed on or have poop on them. Best thing about hand washing these or washing them while traveling? They are so light they dry easily over the shower rail.
• One size
• He’s worn these from newborn (8lb 2 oz) to 15 months (22lbs but tall) and there’s still a row to be unsnapped sometime soon, so extra space. I think he’ll be potty trained before he outgrows them.In summary, they are fantastic. We opt for pockets only if non-cloth people or childcare was going on because with the AI2s you can prestuff and tell someone to just take off like a regular diaper and throw in wet bag, and have a second ready to go on like a regular diaper. The shell system is really no more work, but we had to convince daycare to allow cloth, so wanted to make it as simple as possible. Besides that, I could have an entire stash of Grovia only and be perfectly happy. 🙂
Sofia Saegertown, PA
This shell is not tight enough around the legs so you get leaks out the sides and onto blankets which requires a ton more laundry. But, it is soft and cute so I will keep trying..my baby is 9 lbs and maybe it is still too small for the cover.
Avis Midway, KY
Going into pregnancy my wife and I talked extensively about wanting to minimize the cost of having a baby. Diapers are an obviously monumental expense. So we were very happy to learn that cloth diapers have come a long way since we were children and basically put in dish towels with safety pins. We even went to a cloth diaper discussion group to learn about the different types and experiences. From that experience we bought this product as well as someGroVia Stay Dry Soaker Pads.Luckily, and thanks to some very generous people at three baby showers (Mom’s work, Dad’s work, friends/family), we had a ton of other diapers. We tried the following other diapers:-Pampers Swaddlers Diapers Economy Pack Plus Size 1- The best we could find. Provides absolutely everything we wanted.-Seventh Generation Chlorine Free Diapers – Very good, my second favorite option, but the plastic texture is a bit coarse-Nature Babycare Eco-Friendly Diapers, Size 1, 176-Count Package- Leaking problemsThe biggest problem with this GroVia product is the leaking and blow-out problem. We tried different angles, different tightness, different levels. All produced blow-outs. The most important attribute of any diaper, regardless of the environment, is whether or not it stops the baby from spewing fecal matter and urine on everything. Simply put, this product did not do that. Maybe my baby is too long, too chubby, too skinny, or too something-else. What I do know is I did more wash when we used these, had to handle more clothes with rancid-smelling milk-poop on them, and neither my wife nor I wanted to deal with the mess too much longer.I love the product’s look, concept, and the advancements in cloth diapers. All the snaps are easy to use and durable. The inside snaps for the pads are also very cleverly designed with a great purpose. Cleaning and keeping the diaper looking new are also easy. But, I just can’t risk more blow-outs.Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me. Fool me again? I’m tired of washing poop of our daughter’s onesies and pajamas.Disappointed because I really wanted these to work. I may revisit this product and try it once me when my daughter is on the heavier side of the 8-30lb window.
Ilene North Bonneville, WA
The Kushies Ultra lite Trial Pack is ideal for new parents who want to explore cloth diapers as an alternative to disposable diapers. The trial pack includes everything you need to get started. It includes 2 ultra lite diapers, 2 washable diaper liners, 10 biodegradable diaper liners (not recommended for septic tanks) and 2 âand#8364;and#8220; washcloths. The Kushies Ultra lite All In One form fitted washable cloth diaper is easy to use and easy on the environment too. This diaper features five layers of 100% soft cotton flannel with a special absorbent soaker layer inside and a lightweight waterproof shell on the outside. The closure system is hook and loop and the tabs are extended for optimum adjustability and a snug fit. The patented, built in flap can be folded up for boys or down for girls for extra absorbency. The washable liners are used for additional absorbency at night or for heavy wetters. The flushable liners make diaper clean up a breeze. Simply throw soiled liner into the toilet and flush. It uses washcloths instead of wipes. Better for your baby, better for the environment and better for your pocket book. Machine wash/dry.
- Ideal for new parents who want to explore cloth diapers
- An alternative to disposable diapers
- Includes everything you need to get started
- 10 22 pounds/4 10 kg
- Outer lightweight waterproof barrier
I got these before I did more research on cloth diapers. They’re cute, work fine, and I don’t think bulk is a problem. The only current problem is that the velcro tabs don’t want to stay back, so I get a diaper chain pretty often. Another problem I had was my pack (that I bought from another seller, and not Amazon) was the missing washcloths. The pack said it came with 2 washcloths, but mine didn’t. Not a big enough deal to me to put up a fuss because I have plenty of washcloths, and I still saved money. I just don’t like that I paid for the pack, and it’s missing something.After doing more research and reading other reviews, I just wish that I tried Fuzzibunz or some of the other brands.(By the way, my prefolds and Thirsties/Bummis wraps work GREAT. I just wanted a few AIO or Pocket diapers so my husband or babysitters will have an easier time if I’m not home.)Saving money getting the Kushies is great if you actually save money. If they don’t last (like many reviews I read said), then you don’t save money in the long run. Just get the ones with better reviews and you’ll probably be much happier that you did.
Blanche Holicong, PA
Very large, but they do the job! Very cute pattern and easy clean up. Not good for overnight, but will hold a decent amount.
Leah Bosque, NM
I have tried quite a few brands now of cloth diapers and these are honestly my favourite. For the price that you are paying no one can beat this quality. They are a tad bulky, but what diaper isn’t? I would rather have bulk that holds everything in than a thin diaper that won’t absorb, any day! And absorb this diaper does!! I have no issues with overnight use or just going out to the mall. My husband can use these no problem because they work so much like a disposible diaper. The washable liner that comes with this is really great for a bit of extra absorbency and for keeping the mess contained. I LOVED the disposible liner as well and have since bought some rolls of it. It is the most handy product for cloth diapering. Over all I would highly recommend this product for moms who want to try cloth diapering without putting out a huge investment.
Dorthy Millerton, IA
Fits perfectly with cloth diapers for maximum absorbency. One size fits all. 100% Cotton top and back layer, double thick rayon/polyester felt middle layer. Machine washable, 3 pieces per pack.
- Double thick rayon/poly felt middle layer
- 3 diapers per pack
- One size fits all
- 100% cotton top and back layer, double thick rayon/polyester felt middle layer
These doublers are horrible! Not worth wasting the money on these. I got these mainly for the price, but these just didn’t work for us and don’t last as an overnight solution. I should of just paid a little more money and got something better. Try at your own risk. LOL.
Allene Lepanto, AR
i wouldnt have review this product except that i saw only 1 other review which gave it 1 star! its not that bad! i bought a set of dappi, which incl 10 prefolds (only good as burp cloths and doubler), 4 small nylon pull on covers (did not care for…i use the FLIP , thristies, or swaddlebees covers with flats) , and 6 dappi doublers. all this was just $4.80 on sale here so i figured i’d give it a try, worst case i can try to sell them or repurpose the items. we it turns out that it was worth the money i spent!i still havent used the pants because a size small is actually still pretty big on my 20lb daughter! but onto the doublers…they fit PERFECT when oragami folding a 28×28 flat (little lions are great!) i lay the dappi over the center area and cover with fleece and snappi and go! it def wont work for overnight, but its great to give you the extra boost during the day! i leave dd in this combo for about 2.5-3 hrs with no leaks! i suggest trying it out yourself and see what works for your l.o. of course it is no hemp or terry or microfiber, but for the price and shape, its perfect! all other doublers are much wider (these are abouot 2 inches wide) and leave the crotch area bulky in my opinion.
Cassie Debary, FL
not in use just yet, but im giving 5 stars based on quality of cloth. and i love that they are actually whhite , not some off color.
Kenya Anson, ME
If you’re looking for Kawaii One-Size Snap Closure Diapers in *Fun Prints* click here! Kawaii Baby One Size Snap Closure Pocket Diaper Features:3 rows of snaps on the outer layer transform the diaper to fit size small, medium, and large (approximately 8 – 36lbs). Includes TWO highly absorbent microfiber inserts. Use one for day and two for night! Cover made from Thermoplastic Polyurethane (TPU) laminated fabric, which is highly water-resistant, breathable, and extremely durable. Inner layer is made from a super soft microfleece*, which wicks moisture away from baby’s skin. Snap closure. New Ultra-Soft Squared Tab diapers are extra soft inside and out!Save with automatic quantity discounts above *or* Build Your Own Cloth Diaper Bundle℠!Every cloth diaper we sell is covered by our Fix & Fasten Guarantee℠.*unless noted as having suede cloth.Our Size Chart Weight Rise Waist LengthCrotch 8 – 36 lbs 13.5″ – 19.5″ 14″ – 28″ 19.5 7.5Round Tab SnapAvailable in Lime, Purple, Blu
I switched my twin boys to these diapers at 10 months old after disposable diapers had caused at least one blowout each day between the two of them. I was washing poopy clothes anyway so I decided that we might as well switch to cloth diapering entirely. We have been using cloth for several days now and I am happy to report NO MORE BLOWOUTS! This is great news for me because I love to dress my boys alike and now I can be more certain that they will stay in the same outfits :). These are pocket diapers, but we are using them as AI2s instead so that we can wash less frequently. We just purchased 24 of these KaWaii pocket diapers and 2 yards of fleece and cut it into 4″ x 14″ inch rectangles and put them on top of the microfiber insert which we set on top of the outer shell (rather than in the pocket). For night time we put an additional microfiber insert into the pocket and so far no leaks! We end up going through 6 or 7 shells each day between both boys since we just have to change the insert and fleece liner for most pee diapers. So far it seems like we can get by doing laundry every 2 – 3 days. Very good investment!
Pearlie Hudson, MA
they have like a fuzzibunz liner in them doesnt work as well as the bumgenius type liner i have had no separating of the pul they work very well for the cost
Judith Viewtown, VA
I bought 30 of these diapers for around $7 per diaper at “the luv your baby dot com” back in 2010. They were the “Goodnight Heavy Wetter” ones in the white animal print, which is just darling. At the time I lived up in Washington State and everyone I knew used the Kawaii brand (Japanese for “cute”).They have been wonderful for our two kids (one of whom is now potty trained), and we’re planning to use the same set for our third, as well (due in a little over a month). I’m getting ready to buy 10 more so we won’t have to wash them quite so frequently with two children going through them again at a rate of fourteen or so per day.A few of the diapers (maybe eight or so) have lost one snap, but they’re still useable – we were sent a repair kit by the seller I mentioned above, but it turned out that it would have been more expensive to have someone repair them than it would have been to just buy new ones. And we couldn’t bring ourselves to throw the ones needing repair in the trash (they still worked about the same with one snap instead of two), so we have just continued to use them. But for less than half the price of some of the other brands, you might as well just buy these and then replace the ones that lose snaps. If they’re going to lose a snap, they generally do so within the first six months – and then the ones that remain are there to stay, practically set in stone. If I had it to do all over again, I’d definitely buy these diapers in a heartbeat – although I might buy 30-40 of the Minky Bamboo ones (also by Kawaii) from the site I mentioned above, as they are made from a natural fiber (bamboo) instead of synthetic (polyurethane).Also, I should mention that I started out using disposable diapers for the first two months when my son was born, and then switched to cloth. Overall I’ve found that using cloth diapers is almost as easy as using disposables. I would make the same decision again without hesitation. We have saved thousands of dollars over the years and have avoided having our own personal landfill full of diapers. Care is super easy – we have an Aquaus diaper sprayer (manufactured by Rinseworks) which attaches to our toilet, which we use for rinsing dirty diapers. Then everything goes into a couple of FuzziBunz wet bags until we throw them in the washer, wash them on heavy duty twice (first time on cold, then on hot) with just a little detergent (an eighth of a cup of Dr. Bronner’s Sal Suds is plenty). Then we throw them in the dryer on low for 80 minutes (or if you’re ambitious you can line-dry, we used to do that when we had only one child). After that they all go in a laundry basket near the changing table, and we just grab them and put them together as we go. It really is about as easy as driving to the store to get a package of disposables, but way cheaper. Occasionally we do strip them by washing them three times in a row in hot water – about every six months or so is sufficient for this. Good luck! 🙂
Lucinda Alba, MO