- Diaper Size: NB Baby Weight: up to 10 lbs. Color: White
- Total Diapers:108
These are the same ones that the hospital used on our baby. Soft and cuddly and perfect for a newborn. My son was born at 6 lbs and definitely needed Newborn size diapers for a couple months- could not fit into size ones for a while.
Great diapers, but I don’t recommend shopping for them online
We’ve tried Pampers and Huggies with our infant boy, and as far as we are concerned Pampers are a clear winner. They are very absorbant, comfortable to wear, and they leak much, much less. We also really like the yellow strip that turns blue if they are wet – this really saves us from a lot of guesswork when deciding whether or not it’s time to change the diapers. However, we were not really happy with the whole online shopping experience. It took much longer for them to be shipped and even longer for us to get them. You can either stock up on them well in advance, or if you are planing on going to the store within the next week just buy them from there. You probably won’t see much of a difference in price anyways.
Best you can buy
These are simply the best diapers you can buy.Thanks to some very generous people at three baby showers (Mom’s work, Dad’s work, friends/family), we had a ton of diapers. We tried the following other diapers:-Seventh Generation Chlorine Free Diapers – Very good, my second favorite option, but the plastic texture is a bit coarse-GroVia Snap Diaper Shell System, Owlswith theGroVia Stay Dry Soaker Pads- Massive leaking/blowout problems-Nature Babycare Eco-Friendly Diapers, Size 1, 176-Count Package- Leaking problemsMost importantly, there are virtually zero blow-outs. The built-in gussets stop everything. Super absorbant. Comfortable for the baby with absolutely zero chafing. The adjustment tabs stretch considerably and make it easy to adjust for a skinny, chubby, or skinny-with-a-full-belly baby. As far as I can tell, the diapers are either fragrance or perfume free. And on top of all that, the blue line is a magnificent invention that helps to ascertain the difference between a wet or dirty diaper, or just after a really loud fart.Taking care of the Earth is nice and all, but when it comes down to it I’d rather have a happy baby who doesn’t need to be changed every 30 minutes, and I’d definitely like to avoid baby feces on every other thing in the nursery.If I knew what I know now, I would have bought three boxes of this size at the very beginning and just felt good about the stockpile. Instead, I tried multiple types, and bought less in bulk than I should have. This box count (108) does not last as long as the parents of a newborn think it will.Absolutely the best diaper we have tried.
My baby is a heavy pee-er. Pampers worked well for her. No leaks and no blowouts. She stayed in this size until she was almost 3 months old.
Best Diaper on the Market
These are great, absorbent diapers. No blow-outs with these awesome diapers. My only issue is that I ordered size newborn with 108 count and received size 1 with 120 count. I don’t mind getting a few extra diapers and the overlap from newborn to size 1 should be okay, but this would have been an issue if the size had not been incremental.