I've got a big stack of Bumkins and they are my absolute favorite dipe! Good for skinny or fat thighs (i've used them on both my kids) and they're absorbant enough for even two good pees. I don't nap him in it or anything though, b/c it does wick through after the flannel is soaked. They folder aplix is fantastic, sometimes even TOO sticky when you're in a diapering hurry, and it lasts forever. I've got a 19 lb baby and he'll wear them well past their weight range I'm sure, as he has lots of waist room left. I also have some Kushies AIOs, and I far prefer the Bumkins. So much trimmer than the Kushies, and the fit around the waist is far superior. Like one of the pp's said, the Kushies might be a tad more absorbant, but you can't easily lay a doubler in a Kushies w/out having it sticking out in the stride (IMO, anyway).
Hmm i guess i'm the opposite in all ways. i've tried kushies & bumkins & neither were very good on my 2.
They are cute prints on the bumkins but my 2 leaked horribly. Even with an extra doubler. I guess they just never fit my 2 kids good.
But great deal though to get them wholesale... its atleast worth it to try them out i would think.. If you tried them & decided you did not like them you could sell them on ebay. They seem to move pretty good their.
They are pretty good diapers. I'm not a big fan of the material they use inside because it doesn't seem like the softest material to have against a wet bum. We usually add a JB fleece-topped insert and they work well. Even as a going-out diaper. I agree that they are nice and trim under jeans.
Ooh I love both Kushies and Bumkins AIOs! Kushies is all we use for nighttime. He starts off with a Bumkins or FB, then once we go to bed (family bed) we change him into a Kushies, and that's usually good until DS and I wake up for the day. You just have to cinch it up!
Anyway, if I were you I'd get both.
And if you hate them, PM me.
Kushies and Bumkins at wholesale? Where can I get a friend like that?!!?
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