Your favorite brand
Julie Marie - posted on 06/20/2011
Believe me I've tried many many many brand. Not because I was unhappy about one or the other. I had decided when I was pregnant that I would buy one of each or something like that so that I could decide after my baby was born. I ended up with enough diapers with all the different ones I bought. My fav are the totsbots that comes in two different sizing. Bamboo I believe. You do need to buy covers but I like the way they fit. They tie up like disposable and soft on baby skin.
Karisa - posted on 05/28/2011
We use Fuzzibunz OS and Grovia. I've tried BumGenius OS and Rumparooz, but LOVE the Fuzzibunz and Grovia the best. We travel frequently and Grovia makes that much easier. Fuzzibunz is just so soft and wicks away so much. It's also the only one (including disposable diapers) that can contain the huge diaper blowouts that she sometimes has. I suggest trying a trial of many different types to see which one you like best. I was torn between OS and perfect size and eventually went with OS. I haven't regretted it!
Tricia - posted on 05/24/2011
Gro-Via one size are my favorite and we tried a lot! We loved them so much we opened a store www.thechangingtablebaby.com selling those and other green products. Also check out environmentalbaby.com with all kinds of info on them. I do use both snaps and velcro: the snaps are easier to get out of the dryer, the velcro gave a tighter close when he was younger.
K - posted on 05/17/2011
I have tried Kushies and gDiapers, we now use Green Line Diapers and I much prefer them! I use some of their microfiber soakers and some of my own with fleece liners.
Green Line Diapers is still pretty small but growing fast. They're very cute and trim as well as easily adjustable and a one-size-fits-all.
Bethany - posted on 04/19/2011
I've always had Charlotte in terry squares, with Fluffies covers, and more recently, Baby Beehinds PUL covers, now we just use Fluffies for night time as they're softer.
I can't fault terry squares, I had a fold for when she was small (I think it's called origami fold) and a fold that's larger for now she's 2. Don't know the name of it but it's based on a triangle with an overlap in the middle. I've always teamed this with polyfleece liners, a length bought from material shop, cut into rectangles.
My wipes are flanelette sheets cut into facecloth sized squares (thanks mum) and wet when needed.
Last year I tried Peapods, bamboo pads folded into a PUL shell, but found they let wee out the sides and didn't contain poo and wee like my squares could, but bought them for some outfits that required a smaller tushie. Then I used the shells for covers, now they're too small and are packed away.
Jennifer - posted on 04/03/2011
I love my OsoCozys. They are cheap (relatively - for AIOs), soft, absorbent, durable, trim, and super easy to care for. They have two sizes. I used to have the ATDs (same makers of OsoCozy - before OsoCozy existed) and they were great workhorse diapers too. I prefer the new ones though. I have never tried a one size diaper - they look too bulky on little babies, IMHO.
Elizabeth - posted on 03/31/2011
GroVia are awesome. I have used Flip, G-Diapers, CuteyBaby (still use), and some random pocket diapers. GroVia just work with my family so well. We travel a lot and the disposable inserts are so convenient. I also like their AIOs, they are the trimmest cloth diapers I have ever used!
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