Just wondering if anyone has used them, what their prefrences was on them? Thinking of getting some newborn cloth diapers so that way I dont have to use disposables at all (hopping), but will see.. Im worried i'll use dissposables and stick to them, so wanting to keep away from them.. But I dont like prefolds, I need something simple otherwise DH will not let me get them lol.
I found them to be the least reliable and least absorbent of the newborn nappies we tried. The crotch is pretty wide too, which isn't actually a problem (baby won't care and it's a good position for their hips) but isn't as appealing! Some people do love them though. As with any nappy, I'd buy no more than a few to try out - spread the risk with different brands and nappies. Most experienced cloth users go for fitteds and wraps for newborns, if that's any help.
I had one. It fit great and I liked the ease of velcro (my others were all snaps) but as Rachael said it was the least absorbent. I had to change it st least twice as often as my others. I really loved Bambooty for the newborn stage. Will get at least half my newborn stash Bambooty for the next one, and fitted and wraps will make up the other half.
Thats gals, I only bought six, I have a few others as well.. Trying a few brands, But trying to keep them simple for DH lol... Otherwise i know he wont like cloth diapering, as his mom is already trying to tell him im crazy!
I loved them!!! But they didn't fit right away, they were the second biggest of my newborn diapers..fuzzi bunz xs were the biggest. I found them to be plenty absorbent and never leaked. For some smaller ones I really loved my Lil Joeys
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