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The all-in-twos are designed to fit babies from 8-35 pounds with 4 rise settings and snap overlap.
The inner is easy to wipe clean PUL but the feature that really intrigued me were the crotch and bottom snaps.
They allow you to make the diaper tiny and trim to fit wee little babies. Covers retail for $20 and you can choose cotton inserts for $10 or hemp inserts for $12. Each insert set includes a one size and newborn insert topped with a polyester wicking material.
Newborn inserts can be snapped to full size inserts for additional absorbency, and the petal design allows for thorough washing and faster drying.
Inserts snap into the shell and their contoured design allows for maximum coverage combined with a trim fit.
Here’s the diaper at its smallest with the bottom/crotch snaps closed:
The newborn setting with the bottom/crotch snaps open:
Katie used the large rise setting on her son, who is about 32 lbs at 21ish months old.
Katie says: My son is about 32 (or so) pounds and we got a pretty decent fit on him. He was on the last set of snaps, but he’s going to be getting slimmer as he grows, so I’m confident it will fit for quite some more time. I was more interested in the fit on a newbie. I’m anxiously awaiting the arrival of my friend’s baby so I can get some newborn fit pictures! We were sent the Anchors Away print and I have to tell you, this is such an adorable print. I’m a sucker for cute prints.
We really liked using the inserts together for nap time and even nighttime! My little guy is a pretty heavy wetter and these inserts hold a LOT! It also has a wicking jersey stay dry lining to keep your little one dry through naps and nighttime. Having a heavy wetter, it can be difficult finding a diaper absorbent enough, yet trim enough. Especially in the winter months when less clothing isn’t an option.
I was definitely happy with the trimness of this diaper paired with the great absorbency. This is now my go to nap time and errands diaper. I cannot wait to see this fit on a teeny newborn baby compared to my giant toddler.
What’s your favorite feature?