>When I had all of my new diapers hanging to dry, my husband picked this one out as the most expensive immediately. I didn’t ask him to choose one, he did it on his own. He said it definitely looked the nicest & felt the softest. It was sooooooo soft inside, I wanted to put my face on it! It wasn’t quite as soft after washing though.
The diaper came with the same cardboard sleeve that the minky diaper with the hemp/microfiber insert had, but it had an outer plastic bag with a “bamboo” sticker. It had a loose doubler like the minky one did.
When I opened it up, the inserts were a really soft material, not at all like the microfiber/hemp ones I received with the minky diaper. The sleeve’s fabric content listing was clearly not accurate, since these were NOT microfiber/hemp.
I couldn’t tell what they were, so I wasn’t sure if they would need to be prepped like hemp. To be on the safe side, I washed them separately 3 times, to ensure any oils were removed, and no oils (if any) were transferred to other diapers or inserts.
I finally found on their website that the inserts are bamboo/cotton velour. Still not sure how to prep them but oh well.
The diaper is really cute. I think it’s actually quite gender neutral, despite being blue.
The other Blueberry diaper I have has velcro closures, which I despise. They stick to every-freaking-thing and it takes super human strength to get them off the dang laundry tabs. Even my husband was surprised by that. So this diaper has snaps.
The inner and outer material, closure and inserts are different, but the two diapers I have are otherwise the same (ha, that sounds ridiculous).
Anyway, same good fit, I didn’t have any trouble with the snaps. I liked that there were two rows of snaps. The Fuzzibunz have a total of 6 snaps to do each time and it’s irritating and confusing.
I can’t imagine anyone who wouldn’t prefer this soft, squishy diaper against their skin instead of paper!