Best Hybrid Cloth Diapers

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How do you know what cloth diapers to get? You might already know from experience the kind you prefer, but if you are brand new to the idea of cloth diapers, you might need a guide to help choose the right ones. Cloth diapers are a great choice, especially if you are looking to save money on diapers.

I didn’t realize cloth diapers were so popular when I had or my son. If I had known about these, I definitely would have used them. This would have saved me so much money and hassle with finding a diaper that wouldn’t give him a rash. I’ve been doing research on cloth diapers once I found out about them, and I can’t believe I didn’t think to use them sooner.

They come in so many colors and patterns. When I originally thought of cloth diapers, I was thinking of a towel like cloth that you wrap around your baby which probably leaked all the time. I was so wrong. When I researched them, I was so surprised by all the different options you have. From choosing a color or pattern to choosing different styles.

Here you will find some of the best hybrid cloth diapers. Yes, these are all-in-one cloth diapers. I think these will make trying the cloth diaper thing a little easier. If you don’t know what all you will need (like me) it will be easier to figure them out and get a little experience using them and all the parts they come with.

Thirsties Natural One Size Cloth Diaper

This hybrid cloth diaper is made of natural cotton and hemp. There are 8 layers of absorbency of cotton and hemp to keep your baby feeling dry. There is a waterproof layer on the outside and gentle elastic around the waist and legs to help prevent leaking. I love the idea of having diapers that are reusable and adjustable.

This diaper is adjustable from newborn to toddler size. The weight outlined for the diaper is 8-40 pounds. There are even two different ways to fasten it. You can snap it to stay on or use the hook loops which makes it easier for removal. So, for newborns it will be a quick removal and for toddlers it will be more difficult for them to remove themselves.

I love the idea of this diaper. Between it being made from natural products and being adjustable to grow with your baby, it really is a good way to go. To check it out for yourself click hereCloth diapers newborn

 

 

OsoCozy All-in-one Cloth Diaper

If you’re looking for something you can get in different sizes to minimize a bit of bulk, you could try this one. The OsoCozy All-in-one comes in two sizes. One for babies and one for toddlers. The one for babies is size 1 that fits 6-18 pounds. The one for toddlers is size 2 that fits 18-35 pounds.

The inside layers of this cloth diaper is made of 100% cotton. There is a thick soaker pad attached at one end that allows it to open in the wash. This material is durable and easy to clean. I love the idea of this diaper because of the two sizes. It will be less bulky since it only adjusts up to so many pounds. There will be less material, making it less bulky.

The outer layer is waterproof and comes in 5 colors: deep purple, aqua, light green, pink, and white. This is also made with soft gatherings around the legs to make it a comfortable, form fitting shape. This diaper can easily be worn under jeans and other clothing without being too bulky, and its easily closed with a snap. To check this one out click hereCloth diapering

Rumparooz G2 One Size

The Rumparooz G2 is an all-in-one cloth diaper that fits from 6 to about 35 pounds. This is a good choice if you are looking for that one type of diaper that will grow with your baby and save you money on buying different sizes. This one doesn’t have the hoop and loop option. It only has the snaps, so if you like just using the snaps, it will be a good choice for you.

All the all-in-one clothe diapers will share similar features, but they all differ from each other. I think its important to pay attention to all the details. I like to imagine myself using each one in any situation to decide which one will work better for me. This diaper is also not all organic like the Thirsties Natural cloth diaper. However, it does have its own perks.

It is adjustable to fit your baby while provided a trim fit so it isn’t too bulky and still comfortable under clothing. There are 4 different sizes that it adjusts to, newborn, small, medium, and large. There are multiple layers for absorbing liquids and preventing leaks, while also having a stuffable pocket if you need to add more inserts for more protection. This also comes in a variety of different colors and prints. Click here to check it out for yourself.

Thirsties Natural Newborn

This one is just as it says, for newborns. However, this is a good choice if you are not looking for one that adjusts a lot. It doesn’t adjust a lot, which will make it more slim than bulky. This is also very similar to the Thirsties Natural One Size other than it doesn’t have so many adjustable options.

Other than having a variety of colors and prints to choose from, you can also choose between a snap or hook and loop style. It is based on your preference. The snap close option offers a snap-down feature so it doesn’t irritate the belly button while still healing.

Being a natural diaper, this one is also made up of cotton and hemp, with 8 layers with soaker pads. This does provide a customizable fit for most babies from 5 to 14 pounds. Click here to check it out.

Find Your Best Fit

Deciding to use cloth diapers is great start. You can save money by not buying disposable, and you know what you want. Don’t get me wrong, there are plenty of other options when it comes to cloth diapering. I just wanted to highlight some of the all in one options here. So if you want to go with the all in one options, these are worth looking at.

It is ultimately up to you and your preference. I hope you enjoy this post, and I hope that I could be of help to you in your diapering journey. Please leave any comments below.

 

 

 

 

10 thoughts on “Best Hybrid Cloth Diapers

  1. This is a great post! I think the value of cloth diapers and the lower impact they have on the environment is a really great thing to be involved in. I find great value in your articles as they are very well thought out and delineate some of the options available which takes the stress out of choosing what is right without knowing the variety available. I wish I had this when my son was a baby but will be sure to pass it along to any new mama bears I know! Thank you!!

    1. Thank you! I love knowing that I can help people when it comes to their babies. If I had known more about cloth diapers when my son was a baby, I definitely would have used them myself. I’m happy you enjoyed the article.

  2. This is so amazing and I am super glad to see the advancements in cloth diapers. I went with the plain old square flannel cloth diapers when my daughter was an infant, washing in the machine and hanging on a clothes line to dry. It was super simple and totally affordable.
    I only switched to disposable diapers for travel and busy days, but did not like the whole process or how easy it was to leave a diaper on too long. Great post!

    1. Thank you for your comment! I’m glad you like the article. Hearing somebody talk about using regular cloth diapers and hanging them on the line to dry takes me back home. I used to hang clothes on the line at my Grandma’s house. Using cloth diapers are definitely more affordable when you’re only buying as many as you need. So happy you can relate to this article.

  3. This was fascinating! I had no idea that they made so many different kinds of diapers now! I like how you gave a non-opinionated review of each diaper and the link to follow. This page flows very well and the pictures are adorable and the theme soft (like babies!).

    1. Thank you for your comment. To be honest, I didn’t know for a long time that they made so many different options for cloth diapers. I thought it was just the squares of cloth that you pinned together. They really have advanced a lot. I’m so happy you enjoyed this article and the theme.

  4. Hello Cassie, thanks for this great article! Love the colors and patterns! Diapers no longer have to be boring 🙂 And money saving factor makes a big difference too. Nappies are one of the biggest expenses and is good to know what other options we have.

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