I received this diaper at no cost. I was not otherwise compensated for this post and all opinions are my own. When I attended the ABC Expo this fall I got a peek at both their Globe print and their newborn AIO. I took both home to photograph and even though I don’t have a tiny baby anymore, I am really impressed with the newborn diaper.
The diapers come packaged in cute bags like their one-fits-all system and rather reminds me of a simplified version of the one size diaper. (Sidebar: can we get a one-size version of this diaper, pretty please?)
The diapers are available in orange, yellow, blue or chocolate, all with hook & loop closures.
The rise snaps down to fit approximately 5-14 pounds, which I think is a huge advantage for a newborn diaper. It has the same super soft, sticky H&L that the o/s diapers have, which will be ultra gentle on little tummies.
The AIO gives the best of both worlds with a semi-attached, natural fiber soaker, and a stay-dry liner that snaps closed over the folded in soaker. This means you get the absorbency of hemp/cotton with the moisture wicking of fleece, wrapped up in an easy to clean, quick to dry package. Bonus: the liner is elasticized for extra blowout protection.
If you need a boost of absorbency, the diaper includes a microfiber doubler. Just tuck it under the soaker and snap closed. The stay dry flap will keep it in place.
The diaper also has nice, wide elastic in back. Here’s the diaper snapped down:
Diapers are $15.98 each, which is toward the lower end of the newborn diaper price range, especially considering the features. I hope to have some “on the bum” shots and feedback when Oliver comes home and becomes my newborn diaper model. 🙂
Here’s the diaper on Oliver at 21 weeks ( 6 weeks adjusted) and 7 lb 15 oz:
Have you tried TushMate? Would you like to use these on a newborn?