I’ve had the chance to try out a some new diapers in the past few months and here they are:
First up, the Gdiaper:
Someone was giving away a small Gdiaper with a few inserts on our local freecycle and I was lucky enough to be able to pick it up. Nathan was at the top of the suggested weight for the small size but it fit him quite well. The cover is soft, stretchy, and gives good coverage. It also closes at the back of the baby not the front like most conventional diapers. However, the inserts looked mighty small for a baby his size. I wonder how a large poop would do in the diaper. I think it is an interesting concept and a good diaper for when out though.
Next up the BambinoBums that we got from participating in the Great Cloth Diaper Change:
I love this diaper!! With the skinny legs my boys have I haven’t been a big fan of all in one diapers but this one fits them! Nathan is currently 14 pounds and wears it on the smallest setting…
Tyler is currently 22 pounds and is wearing it on the middle setting. The diaper is soft, trim, absorbent and I love the bright colours it comes in. I also love the retail price of just $14 with the insert included! This diaper has become my favourite ‘wearing out’ diaper and I see more of them in my future.
Moving on to the Mother-Ease One Size:
This diaper is very simple and straight forward to use. The largest setting is shown above and the smaller one is shown below on Nathan.
They also have a snap in liner for extra absorbency as the child grows which is great.
I found that these diapers are a little big in the legs on my boys which has the potential for leaks. Otherwise, they are a good quality diaper that we have found we use quite a bit.
Finally, the Mother-Ease Air Flow Snap Cover:
This cover is a basic almost old school type cover. It has 5 snaps on each side; 2 on the top and 3 on the bottom which makes it very adjustable. The cover gives a nice fit and has lots of room in it for a fitted or pre-fold.
If you’ve read through the previous reviews I’ve done you may have noticed a move towards snap diapers and covers and that’s because I feel that they last longer than hoop and loop closures which makes them a better long term investment.