>I want this diaper!! I’m so in love with that print!
You need flash to view their website and I can’t link directly to the item, but I really want to try one of their night time diapers with the optional zorb added. I just prefer a cute print over the utilitarian look.
Here’s the info:
Outer: Bamboo Rayon Fleece
Hidden: Bamboo Rayon Fleece
Inner: Bamboo Rayon Fleece
Styling: This diaper is turned and top stitched for your baby’s comfort
Soakers: 2 snap in soakers each made from 3 layers bamboo fleece with an extra Precision Doubler
(2 layers of bamboo fleece plus 1 layer of wool) for extra coverage
Original: Fits from 10-24 lbs
Toddler: Fits from 25-35 lbs
They are awfully pricey, but worth it if they work!
*edit* turns out that Mama sent that fabric in herself. The maker can make a nightime diaper with a knit outer though. I might see if I can get in on the turquoise ooga co-op!
*edit again* Between the co-op turnaround and the diaper turnaround, it would be 2-3 months before I got the diaper. If I can find some in-stock fabric I like, I will buy a diaper cut and a custom slot. Otherwise, I might go ahead and buy one of the utilitarian diapers!
I’ve been hunting for a night diapering solution that won’t leave clothing and sheet soaked in the morning.
I had been using a Bumgenius 3.0 on the large setting (we use medium during the day) with an insert and 3 doublers. It was working OK I suppose, though usually my son’s pajamas were wet on the back right above the diaper.
Since it’s winter, he’s also been using a fleece sleep sack. That has helped somewhat, since it at least keeps the sheet dry.
Lately however, he’s woken up even wetter. All the stuffing also sometimes causes a gap at his leg. He often rolls onto his side to sleep, which caused him to pee right out of the leg gap, soaking everything and waking himself up!
I’ve been looking for something else to try. Enter DryBees.
I bought a DryBees Fleece Night Time diaper from Abby’s Lane. I found a coupon code for 5% off, got free shipping, had $3 in my Paypal account from a survey, and Abby’s Lane included a free microfiber insert. not bad for $15.52!
I really liked the charcoal color, but they didn’t have the size I needed, so I bought sage. I chose a medium, which should fit 14-22 lbs.
The outer is heavy weight Malden Mills Windpro fleece and the inner is suede cloth.
The inner is definitely stiffer and rougher than the micro fleece inner most of my other diapers have.
I tried the diaper on Saturday during the day, just to see how it fit. I used just the microfiber insert it came with, and it was great. It fit fine and didn’t leak.
I tried it overnight on Sunday. I stuffed it with the microfiber insert it came with, a Blueberry bamboo doubler and two hemp doublers. It was a tight squeeze into the pocket, which is tighter than the Bumgenius pockets.
It didn’t seem any bulkier than the BG I usually over-stuff at night.
The next morning, his back was wet, but the inserts weren’t completely soaked. I thought maybe it was user error? I quickly washed & dried them to try again Tuesday night. Wednesday morning, he woke up with EVERYthing soaked. Pajamas, sleep sack, sheets, everything. The microfiber insert was not soaking wet but the hemp was. That made me suspect that it had something to do with the hemp being up against the fleece.
Wednesday (last night), I tried again. First, I tried to use the microfiber insert it came with, along with 3 microfiber doublers (two from Happy Heiny’s and one from FuzziBunz).
I actually couldn’t fit all that in the pocket, so I ditched one of the HH doublers.
This morning, all the inserts were soaking wet, and so was he.
So, I’m trying other things! I ordered a Heartland Dreams fitted, a Kissaluvs Wool Soaker and Eucalan Wool Wash (click that link for info on requesting a free sample. I’ll post about wool when I get that stuff.
November 2010 update: I gave up on this diaper; so many people love it but it just didn’t work for us. Here’s what worked for us at night, after a lot of trial and error:
Dypes by Dixon Sweet Slumber Fleece Diaper or a Bumgenius pocket, stuffed with a Superdo insert, a loopydo with an added natural fiber doubler, or a regular microfiber insert with a natural fiber doubler. I always put the microfiber in the pocket on the baby side and the doubler underneath (or in the middle of the loopydo.) This allows the microfiber to quickly absorb liquid, and the doubler locks it away (yes, I feel like a paper towel commercial.)
>The Eli Monster is giving an awesome diaper package away!
- 3 diapers
- 3 inserts
- Medium wetbag
- 12 cloth wipes
- Sample of diaper pail dust
Click here for all the details and to enter.
This would be an awesome way to get your feet wet with cloth diapering, add to your stash, or just try something new!