“ I have the hook and loop version of this diaper, so it's slightly different than the snap version. I only use these diapers when I'm leaving town or running errands because they are so easy to use when you are in a hurry (or unfamiliar with cloth diapers). They also fit well on babies with chunky thighs. The only issue I have is that the rise really isn't long enough for my babe's big bootie...” --sallyrae17
“These were far and away my favorites, they fit her from 2 months until 21 months when we stopped wearing diapers (still fit I think though). They are the easiest to put on -- the only ones my husband did't complain about--and they are cute and organic. I have them in pink, grey, with owls, with flowers and "vanilla" sort of a beige. They dry fairly fast, we only wash...” --Taqah
“ I purchased this thinking it was a great idea. However - although my LO could get up and down from the potty with ease using it, it required adult set up and supervision. The handles allowed my DD to feel more secure while on the potty, the seat was comfy and I liked that she had a footrest while on the potty with this. In the end I parted with this in favour of another kind of seat. This one...” --kbvr
“I wanted to go with cloth diapers from the beginning but when no one purchased any from my registry I went with disposables. After several months of using them, the way they are made finally got to me. I did a lot of research and Grovia felt like the best fit for us. I like the hybrid system and the fact that the soaker pads snap right in. However, be sure you follow the...” --MRubio
“ I loved diaper bags at one time, and this one, still warms my heart to see it carry groceries. But still, it carried groceries, not exactly the point. PRO -lipstick red, who could resist? -fits everything -sturdy -easy to carry CON -fits everything including old reciepts you should ahve thrown away weeks ago but didn't need to so you didnt! -eventully...” --fayebond
“ At first my husband and I planned to use the same diaper bag and we got one of these in a stripe pattern. I loved that the pockets close with magnets so you could just slip your hand in to open rather than fussing with snaps or Velcro. It is also nice that it has extra clips to hang from the stroller so you don't have to readjust the shoulder strap. I think it was designed for carrying...” --Rachel88
“ I've seen a lot of people say these diapers leak. They need to be washed several (like 8 times) to be fully prepped. They cannot be simply taken out of the package and used or they WILL LEAK! I prepped them and used them on my newborn without any leaks. It's an all in one, so there is no stuffing. Simply wash, dry and go! ” --angelaheff
GroVia BioDiaper Pack GroVia Bio Diapers are made from nature's sustainable resources and are 100% natural and fully compostable. These diapers are super-absorbent and help prevent baby from wetness. The bio-film used is waterproof to help prevent rashes. They are free of plastic, chlorine and fragrance. Why You'll Love It: GroVia Bio Diapers are easy to use and comfortably fit baby....
EcaWare Baby manufactures ecaPants, a uniquely designed cloth training pant for babies and caregivers practicing early potty learning or elimination communication (EC). The patent pending design has a drop flap front panel that flips down and back up again for easy potty access, while a belt stays secure around your baby's waist so you don’t have to take the trainer off for potty...
“ This is by far one of my favorite diaper rash creams! I love that you don't get your hands messy while you use it and it glides on babies bottom with ease. The smell of it is wonderful, yet subtle. The cream itself does wonders on a rashy bottom and is obviously safe for cloth diapers since it was made by a cloth diapering mama! ” --CindyCindy