Maybe this has been done before, but I can't remember seeing it.
You know how the problem with one size diapers is that they're too bulky for little babies and often not enough absorbency for toddlers?
Why not make one size diapers with two snap-in soakers? One smaller soaker to make the diaper less bulky for little babies. One larger soaker for when you're using it on a larger baby. And when they're toddlers, you could use both soakers for extra absorbency.
I was just thinking of this last night...but didn't get as far as both soakers for toddlers. Thats a good idea. There has to be a wahms out there that makes something like that. If not someone better get on it ... so I can buy one
Yes, if you know of anyone who does this, let us know. I got an adorable one-size diaper in the mail today, love the fit, but it's just not enough absorbency for my toddler. And with a new babe on the way, I can see how it would be a bit bulky for a newborn.
this is how I've been making my one-size diapers and I'm loving how its worked out. (personal use I don't sell diapers yet anyway so not spam honest lol course now if I ever get a website together it won't be my idea anymore and here I thought I was clever guess it just goes to show there are no new ideas). On a 10lb friends baby the diaper was only slightly bulkier in the front cause of the fold down then my regular size small its also a little thicker through the legs since you need a bit more width for older babies as well but much trimmer and managable then with the toddler size snap in soaker. I'd have to measure but I think the newborn soaker is 2 inches narrower and like 4 inches shorter. I've been using them for 4 months now with my chubby 1 year old on the larger setting and a the friend has used them for about 6 months from 10lbs to 15 on the snapped down setting.