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BabyKicks 3G Pocket Diaper

A Review On: Babykicks 3G Pocket Diaper

Babykicks 3G Pocket Diaper

Rated # 20 in Cloth Diapers
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Pros: Gets super tiny! Absorbent, soft inner, all natural materials

Cons: Not my favorite diaper to stuff

I have had this diaper for a little over a week now, and have used it 3 times on my 9 month old. She is really tiny, 11 lbs, and she can wear it on the smallest rise, the second set of snaps for both waist and legs. When she came home from the hospital at a month old, she was still barely 4 lbs, and we used mostly lil joey's because they were the only diapers small enough to fit her. I wanted to see how small this BabyKicks 3g could get, so I folded in the front and snapped it with the unique crossover snap feature, and it was nearly as small as the lil joey!! It definitely would have fit my daughter when she was under 5lbs.  I love the soft fleece around the leg openings. And the inner is so soft, and solids easily come off the fleece. It doesn't seem to stain easily!  The hemp insert is super trim, much trimmer than any microfiber inserts I have. The only thing that I don't really like is stuffing this diaper, especially because you have a fatter end that goes in the back of the diaper and you stuff it from the front.  Also, the little pocket opening flap at the front of the diaper doesn't seem to really cover the insert completely when I put on the diaper, so I would hesitate to stuff it with anything like microfiber that would possibly come in contact with the baby.


Overall, I think it is a great diaper with a lot of well thought out features, especially its unique way of fitting a newborn! It seems really durable, and I love the color! Ours is the blue one.


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