Saturday, September 21, 2013

Baba+Boo Cloth Diaper Review

Baba+Boo was created in November of 2009 after Eve Bell realized she was always looking for unusual and quirky clothing and accessories for her children, but most of the items she liked were really expensive.
She was also wanting to use cloth diapers on her daughter, but found those to be really expensive as well.So they started out by selling a small box of mixed items, Baba+Boo began to grow very quickly and they now design and product their own diapers, shoes, bibs and other useful tidbits.

Deckchair Stripes Cloth Diaper
 Baba+Boo's Deckchair Stripes Cloth Diaper ($12.51ARV) is designed to fit babies from approximately 7 pounds through potty training, roughly newborn through 3 years old. This is a waterproof pocket diaper made with a layer of waterproof material and a soft stay dry lining, also comes with 2 microfiber inserts. 

I love our Deckchair Stripes Cloth Diaper!! It has three rows of rise snaps, Ezio wears this diaper on the middle row of rise snaps. Ezio is 21 months old about 30 pounds and fairly slim little one, he has tons of room to grow in both the rise and waist! The waist snaps are at the center of the belly panel as you may notice in the photo above. I can definitely see this diaper fitting him til he is potty trained. 

With the two inserts, the diaper is not really all that bulky, not like others we have. We can accomplish a secure fit with no leaks while he is still able to be comfortable. I have not tried this diaper on Cade who is 40 pounds yet. The inserts have baba+boo labels sewn onto them, I love this because then you can use the same inserts with the diaper and I personally put the diaper off to the side until both inserts are up from the wash. However, that may just be my OCD. The inserts are very thirsty, Ezio has worn this diaper for nap time as well as bedtime.

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Disclosure: I received the above products in exchange for my honest review, all opinions and experiences are my own and may differ from those of your own. I received no monetary compensation for this publication. 

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