About Me

My photo

Hi! I'm Pamala, a full time work at home mother to two beautiful daughters Q & A ages 4 and 1. My loving husband supports my every endeavor including my growing handmade business; Sadie's Babies. I decided to blog about my life as a 96% vegan, yoga instructor (I-Yoga) and a ultimate crafter. I'll be sharing what I learn along the way and hope you'll join in on the fun!

Monday, December 5, 2011

One Size Diaper

These days I serve as a rattle, bib, bottle, burp cloth, jungle gym and even a diaper on occasion. Watching my daughter grow in these short 12 months is nothing short of phenomenal and I must admit, it certainly is nice to have baby apparel that grows with a developing child. Which is why one size diapers are an ideal choice to have in your cloth diaper stash. 



The main difference when transitioning through sizes are the fits amongst the rise and the waist. The rise of a diaper is the measurement right below the belly button through the legs to the top of the bottom. This measurement naturally effects the elastic fit for the thigh. 
Most one size diapers have multi snap settings or touch tape fasteners to adjust tightness through the waist and more often than not, snap settings are seen within the rise. 
Inserts range from microfiber to terry cloth, bamboo, flannel and other absorbent materials.




The beauty of a one size diaper is that it is a constant, typically fitting from birth to potty training or about 8-35lbs.

Through personal experience one size diapers are a great crutch to have when trying to keep up with a growing baby. Not to mention you get more bang from your buck! So shop around and see what works best for you.


Not sure where to purchase cloth diapers? Visit my etsy shop!

No comments:

Post a Comment