This <a href="http://diaperpin.com/diapers/ItemDetail.asp?ID=1524" target="_blank">Baby Beehinds one-size fitted</a> is the top rated dipe for the category on Diaper Pin. Aside from drying time concerns, there don't seem to be many issues with these!
I've tried several and <a href="http://sosdiapers.wahmweb.com/store/WsDefault.asp?Cat=Diapering&Sub=6" target="_blank">SOS</a> (Suzie's One Size) are tops IMO. They're not cheap, and sometimes hard to get, but she has several in stock at the moment. These were my favorite fitteds for a newborn and they still fit her at 2 1/2.
i really like the tiny tush organic cotton one size fitted.we've used them since my babe was 1 mo old until now 6 mo and nearly 20 lbs and i've used them on my chunky 3 yr old in a pinch.plus,they're organic cotton.
I'll second the recommendation of the Bella Bottom. I love them, super soft, trim and stretchy. I do find that I like to use a doubler with them for my toddler son, but otherwise they're great. Plus the price is right!<br><br>
Also the Snug-To-Fit Supreme are great workhorse diapers. Not pretty or fancy, just plain flannel, but they have a great quick-dry flap that really helps with drying time and I don't need any added absorbency with them.
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<div style="font-style:italic;">I was told to go with Mother-ease one size - fits 8 to 35 pounds<br><a href="http://www.mother-ease.com/" target="_blank">http://www.mother-ease.com/</a></div>
While my ME OS were very sturdy and nice overall, I found the flip over part at the belly would often roll back, making the rise too long. But were very nice once I didn't need the shorter rise and lasted till my dd was around 3yrs.<br><br>
The Tinytush trim OS diaper seems to correct that problem by having snaps to keep the fold down part stay in place<br><a href="http://www.tinytush.com" target="_blank">www.tinytush.com</a>
My absolute favorite one-size diaper is the <a href="http://www.thegoodmama.com/index.php?main_page=index&cPath=71_80&zenid=16b1f41f95cb7450b1cdad94e117fb03" target="_blank">goodmama</a> organic velour fitted. They are super squishy delicious! It's a new brand and they're apparently selling like crazy already.<br><br>
Both the fit and the size range works for us much better than our other one-size diapers -- my toddler outgrew SOS's in the waist at 2, when the goodmamas still had plenty of snap room to grow into.<br><br>
One-size fitteds look expensive at first, but they're a super good investment (especially when the fabric is high-quality) because you're not buying smalls, mediums, larges, extra-larges, etc. I have itty-bitty newborns so I'm hanging onto my preemie prefold stash as well, but if you have biggish newborns you can probably jump right to the gm's.
I realize this thread is a little older, but I had to chime in. I absolutely *LOVE* the one-sized diapers from <a href="http://www.thegoodmama.com/" target="_blank">goodmama</a>. My kids are a lot like yours - they come out big and just keep growing. My son had grown out of the rise in the SOS diapers by 18-20 months and I had been needing to use extra doublers with them because he would soak right through. The goodmama diapers have been a true one-sized diaper for me. They still fit him at 29 months! They are super soft and so absorbent, I haven't needed any doublers. Another problem I had with the SOS diapers was that they would get stiff after they had been used a long time. I have a goodmama diaper that, I think, is a year or a year and a half old. I can't remember exactly when I got it. It still looks and feels great!<br><br>
When I was trying to buy SOS diapers, I could never get one from her stocking. They sold out and were impossible to get. I had to resort to buying them used - something I don't want to do anymore. With the goodmama diapers, she is always restocking the store, so you don't have to fight to get one.<br><br>
I can't say enough good things about these diapers. We are expecting out 5th child at the end of this year and I plan to use <a href="http://www.thegoodmama.com/" target="_blank">goodmama</a> diapers and prefolds and my entire stash. LOVE them!
I used to love SOS until I realized that the one size they really are is MEDIUM. There are new one sized diapers at <a href="http://www.thegoodmama.com" target="_blank">www.thegoodmama.com</a>, and these beauties are bullet proof! The snap design allows for any rise, the OV is lovely, and the elastic is designed to be nice and snug at all sizes too.<br><br>
These are the best fitteds I have ever tried, one size or no. But they're worlds better than SOS and the 3 step Mutts I've tried before. <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="http://www.mothering.com/discussions/images/smilies/smile.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title="smile">
strange, i responded, but it seems to have disappeared!<br><br>
I used to be a big fan of SOSes until I realized that the one size they are is really MEDIUM. They just don't work after a point way before you get to the weight limit.<br><br>
My new favorites are <a href="http:">www.thegoodmama.com's</a> fitteds. They are bullet proof! They have great elastic that is snug at all sizes, and the snaps are designed to be so adjustable, you ALWAYS have a good rise that fits. I can't believe how absorbant they are, and the OV is YUMMY!
I want those soooo bad just can't afford it.<img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="http://www.mothering.com/discussions/images/smilies/greensad.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title="greensad"><br><br>
I want to try <a href="http://www.babysabode.com/Merchant2/merchant.mvc?Screen=PROD&Product_Code=BGGG" target="_blank">these</a>