When it comes to cloth diapering, my family has tried it all. That means two things: first, I know exactly what works for us and what doesn’t; second, I’m always interested in trying new stuff to augment or improve our diapering regimen. So, when I saw that Nicki’s Diapers had released a signature line of diapers, I figured I’d give them a try. We’ve used a number of similar all-in-one and pocket diapers, so it was pretty easy to judge the diapers not only on their own merit, but how they compare to similar products.
the roll in legs were easy to adjust and upon using the diaper, I found the opposite to be the case. After a month of using this diaper I’ve had not a single leak, neither from my skinny 2 ½ year old (who wets like it’s a competitive sport) nor from my more Buddha-esque 1 year old. Almost as importantly, the dyed bamboo has been good to both of my girls’ sensitive skin, and the diapers are slim and easy to put on (tantrums notwithstanding, naturally). The snap out liner makes the diaper easier to dry than some all-in-one competitors, which is nice now that winter is coming and the clothesline is going to become less usable. Bottom line: these diapers are now fully in the rotation, and are a go-to for a last-second diaper bag stuffing. Whether you’re just starting cloth or a vet, these are a good buy.
We’re not a family that uses a lot of pocket diapers. They tend to require more labor on a use-by-use basis