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A great diaper for day or night. I have 24 of these and love the absorbency.
Really bulky on my skinny son, gaps at the legs...................but pretty absorbent and will most likely fir when big(he is 5 months, 16 lbs)
They may not have the most flattering silhouette but my daughter has NEVER woken up completely dry before! I couldn't believe it! She was o snuggly and dry this morning, I tucked her sleeper under her pillow to save for tonight:)
This is my over night diaper for my baby. I lay a bamboo tri fold liner in it and pull her woolies over it. Works great. Great price. They are a bit bulky for day time use but perfect for night time.
I love these diapers! The girl I was babysitting wore these, and they were so absorbent! I didn't have them for newborn stage, so I can't speak to the fit, although I usually have big babies anyway. I was surprised that the liners weren't included, and had to order some. I would be nice if they were included! I love supporting Canadian Family business, extra bonus!
Love this diaper. Great solution for night time and a heavy wetter. I use them with snap-in and Mother-ease air flow cover. No leaks whatever.
I love Mother-ease. Although the Sandy's is a tad more absorbent, these are more economical. I used them with a snap-in for night and as the baby got older, also a Sandy's. They turned out to be the only thing I used at night. Better than a disposable for sure.
I have been using these diapers for almost 2 years and am in love with them and they are Canadian made as well!
These diapers are great. I have used them for two of my kids and they are still going strong. I recommend them to anyone who is interested in cloth diapering. It's incredibly easy and saves tons of money.
I ranked them 4 stars because I found that they weren't truly 'birth' to toddler; we found they only started fitting our girls when they were two to three months old. It does note that they are good for 8.5lbs, which may fit some newborns fine, but I found leakage around their tiny little legs.
Lots of people use disposables for the first couple of months anyways, so these diapers could be the next stage.
They do get a little stiff after being line dried, but this can be easily fixed by rubbing them to soften the fabric or throwing them in the drier for a few minutes.
They are some of least expensive diapers out there, and they are long-lasting and a great value. Also, it's great to support a family-run Canadian business.