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- "While they are on the pricey side the are cute eco friendly and a hybrid diaper meaning you can use not inky cloth but also disposable inserts." in 13 reviews
- "I had a rag-tag collection of the gdiaper cloth inserts, bumgenius pocket diaper inserts, and prefolds that I folded into the little "pocket" of the gdiapers for my newborn, and they were brilliantly quick and easy to use." in 10 reviews
- "I put up with them for 3 months and was unhappy but I kept telling myself it was just because I was new to cloth diapering." in 8 reviews
They are so cute and I don't have to buy a ton of cloth diapers for one kid just need a bunch of inserts and pouches cover rarely get wet or dirty I used them exclusively on 2 kids best cloth diaper I tried very easy to use there are some tips and tricks to them but I found help from other gmoms and I made some great friends doing it plus the company is very helpful for questions or problems they also do a live chat on their Facebook every week
First, I understand the fasteners are meant to be on the backside so that little hands can't unfasten them, but there's no point of it on the newborn and small sizes, and it's actually quite difficult to get them fastened for the larger sizes while having a squirming baby to deal with.
Second, the snaps for the snap-in puches need little covers or something to protect the skin. The snaps have been leaving red marks (some turned brown and haven't gone away) on my baby, and while it doesn't seem to bother her, it bothers me.
Third, price. Wow, this is probably the most expensive diapering system I've come across! You have to buy the pants (in multiple sizes), eventually you'll need to replace pouches (in multiple sizes), and either disposable inserts or cloth inserts (in multiple sizes). And while there is a market for a more custom sized diaper, these are just way too expensive.
Fourth, multiple sizes. I personally like a more tailored fit for my baby. She's a very petite girl and the one-sized diapers can cause a lot of bulk on her. Adding a one-size in addition to the custom sizes could probably be great, although I don't know how one would be created. Also, these diapers run a little on the small side.
All-in-all, this diapering system has the potential to be a superb system, it just needs a little improvement in some areas.
I will say however, that the newborn diapers only fit my baby for the first 2 weeks. He was 8lbs at birth so he quickly grew out of them and moved into the size S diapers and is still wearing size S at two months. He's reaching 14lbs and will be moving up to size M soon. One of the biggest downsides to these diapers are the sizing. You have to buy more diapers for the different sizes compared to other cloth diapers that can be adjusted to fit your baby, but I don't mjnd this.
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