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6 Baby Love All-in-One Cloth Diapers


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Soft, easy to use and they hold up very well in the wash.
G. Brice
We've tried several AIO diapers and found these to be the best so far, and the least expensive, compared to pro-wraps and other high end AIO diapers.
Zan's Mama
If she's wearing a one piece outfit or sleeper, they do not leak.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Zan's Mama on July 30, 2007
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We've tried several AIO diapers and found these to be the best so far, and the least expensive, compared to pro-wraps and other high end AIO diapers. The attached insert is very long (you double it over when using it) so it dries quickly in the dryer, which saves a lot of time and money. The elastic is really strong and so is the velcro. Our son can take off his disposables (we use 7th Gen. diapers, at night and when traveling) but can't undo these. The store even made a personal call to me before shipping to pick out colors. We weren't sure we were up for all the washing, etc. for cloth, but have found that by just leaving the washer half full all day, we just drop each used diaper in and do the load at the end of the day, no fuss, no muss. We have an 11 month old, though, so I have no idea if these rather large diapers could comfortably be folded to fit a newborn - I'm a bit skeptical on that one.

Also a great tip, for those who prefer to avoid rinsing poopy diapers, try: Biosoft Flushable Diaper Liners - we love them. You can flush them, or we just put them in the diaper pail since we also use disposables some of the time and want to go easy on our septic tank.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By mom2jjorion on September 17, 2007
I wasted money on disposables for a year and have since used these on my 13 month old. I am quite happy with every aspect of this diaper; they are trim (and fashionable), dry fast, do not leak (even at night!), and are less expensive than other AIOs.
I am looking forward to putting my next baby in these, from day one.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Lorna on February 26, 2008
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I admit I am pretty new to the world of cloth diapering. I just had my second baby, and ran out of all the disposable diapers we got for gifts, so figured the time was perfect to give cloth a try. So far, I have to say I have not loved these. I purchased these, and a set of the kushies. My daughter is 4 months old, and average height and weight (around 12 pounds now). I find these leak alot...like, almost every time she wears them. She has the chunkiest little (ADORABLE) legs, but they still seem to gap around her legs where the kushies do not. They also do not seem to have as waterproof of an outer liner as the kushies. Because most cloth diapers fit a wide range of baby weights, the fit can be a bit tricky, and I am very cognizant of that when changing her diaper. I don't know - I just seem to struggle with these. The positive aspect of them is that the inside fabric is sooooo soft...unbelievably soft. And they dry rather quickly too. I'm wondering if I need to purchase some sort of diaper wrap to wear over them. I have heard good things about the Bummis whisper wrap....

My other issue was that shipping took forever from Beach Depot. Also, I was never given the opportunity to choose my colors either, so now my daughter has dark blue and green diapers in addition to her pink ones. Not a huge deal for me, but if color is very important to you, this is a consideration.

I hope as my baby girl gets bigger they will fit better and alleviate the leaking issue. Unitl then, I will keep on trying!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Austin Mama on September 19, 2011
I bought a full layette of Baby Love diapers (36) for my first child in 2008, and was quite happy with them. They didn't leak too much and my daughter never got rashes from them. I never stripped the diapers and use a standard top loading washer/front loading dryer and Ecos detergent for laundering.

My older daughter potty trained at 3 years old, and at that point, the diapers were starting to have velcro issues. Tabs were starting to fall off and the velcro strips that the tabs attach to were starting to bunch up. Both made diapers hard to stay on. I emailed the company, which responded with a very nice phone call, but basically I was told the layette is supposed to last one child.

One major reason I went with cloth diapering was to be able to use the diapers for more than one child. I have at least 5 friends who cloth diaper their children, and none of their cloth diapers (non-Baby Love) have issues after one child. While I appreciated the follow up, I was not satisfied with the solutions offered: using pins or diaper covers to hold up diapers, resewing the diapers to repair.

I like the diapers before the velcro issues started, and had recommended Baby Love diapers to friends for three years. Based on the issues I'm currently having, I will not continue recommending them to friends.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Jennifer A. Thompson on January 28, 2009
I just bought a few of these diapers to complete our cloth diaper set. We also use Happy Heiny's and are very happy with them. The Baby Love diapers work great at night, they are very absorbent. But they do run a bit small. They are advertized as fitting up to 35 pounds. My son is 25 pounds and these are really tight on him. I highly doubt they will fit him until he is potty trained. I would be happier if this company just made different sizes.
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