Welcome to the all-in-one (AIO) and all-in-two (AI2) section of Mothering.com's special how-to video resource on cloth diapering. Following are videos from Mothering advertisers with helpful information and demonstrations on how to properly use the diapers they sell.
This video resource is a web exclusive addition to the feature article "The Diaper Dilemma" in the May/June 2010 issue of Mothering magazine. To read the article, and accompanying resources, order a digital subscription or a copy of the May/June issue.
What is an all-in-one?
All-in-ones have an hourglass shape with elastic in the legs and waist. They consist of three parts in one— a waterproof outer, a one-piece inner, and an absorbent insert (or soaker)—and fasten on the child with snaps, or hooks and loops. They may be one-size fits all, or made in several sizes.
What is an all-in-two?
An all-in-two is similar to an all-in-one, but the main diaper part is separate from the cover in some way while still being designed to be used as a unit.
Visit the other how-to sections for help with other types of cloth diapers.
Bottombumpers All-in-one Diaper from Bottombumpers
bumGenius All-in-one Diapers from Happy Bambino
Easy Fit All-in-one One-size Pocket Diaper from Bummis
Berry Plush All-in-one Cloth Diapers from JamTots
bumGenius All-in-one One-size Cloth Diapers from Natural Pure Essentials
About All-in-one Diapers from Little for Now
GroBaby All-in-two One-size Cloth Diapers from Natural Pure Essentials
Softbums All-in-two One-size Cloth Diapers from SoftBums
Rumparooz All-in-two One-size Diaper from Kanga Care