I hope everyone is doing great! For this One Size Diaper Project post, I have laundering on the mind. Right now, with cloth diapering two, I am doing cloth diaper laundry every other day (and two loads at that). The little man is so sensitive to pee—he has one tiny sneeze-pee (if you remember your days of late-trimester pregnancy, had twins, OR had kids back-to-back then you’ll know what a sneeze-pee is) and immediately needs a diaper change. Don’t get me wrong, I am all about changing a diaper when I know its been peed in, but I am changing at least twenty diapers on him a day. So with that in mind, I am becoming more aware of diapers that are more bulky in the laundry and less bulky in the laundry.
Therefore, I find that lately I am grabbing my Softbums because they take up less room (Ragababe seriously needs to make a One Size diaper, because I love how little space their inserts take up in my wash!).
So, here are my questions for the week. Answer one, two, all, whatever. I love to read your comments to please take a sec (seriously, it makes my day)
1) What one size diapers do you think take up less bulk in the washer?
2) One I am having with diapers with the snap down rise is once I push the insert in, it is difficult to get the insert to stop in the right place, therefore it keeps going and makes it to where the inside of the diaper pokes out of the top of the diaper. Does this make sense? Do any of you have this issue?
And the usual questions…
3) What looks trim on the kiddo this week? I think Babykicks, GroVia, and Flip. I am really digging the Babykicks this week. It is SO absorbent.
Bottom Bumpers Side Snapping AIO
Babykicks Pocket Diaper
AMP Pocket Diaper
Itti Bitti Tutto
Rocky Mountain Diaper
Wahmies Pocket Diaper
Bugga Bugga Boutique AIO
Daughter was jealous little bro got all the diaper photog attention and wanted a picture too. I figured you would like to see how it fits on a toddler too. She is 23 months and 23 pounds.
Flip with Stay Dry Insert