Mother-ease makes a fitted and covers cloth diapering system with several choices and lots of fun colors. They have a One Size fitted cloth diaper that fits from newborn to potty training (8 to 35 pounds) and is made of terry cloth. There are four available terry fabric choices to pick including Stay Dry, Organic Cotton Terry, Bamboo Terry, and Cotton Terry. You can read about their fabric differences here. They also offer fitted diapers that are sized for Newborn (6-12 lbs), Small (8-20 lbs), Large (20-35 lbs), or Toddler (35-45 lbs). They are available in 7 fun and bright color choices that are custom dyed using low impact synthetic dies that are eco-friendly. These dyes do not contain toxic chemicals. The diaper insides are not dyed to be able to properly examine urine/stools as needed for health and hygiene reasons.
The covers are available in 5 prints or 3 color choices and 5 size options (X-Small through X-Large). There are also 2 styles of covers – the Air Flow Snap Cover and the Rikki Wrap. The Air Flow covers allow for ventilation outside the side snaps. This air flow helps to keep temperatures down inside the diaper as well as reducing the risk of bacteria growth. This cover style has side snaps. The Rikki Wrap has Aplix closure and gusseted leg openings for a snug fit.
I received the Mother-Ease Small Sandy’s Introductory Offer in White Cotton Terry fabric. This set came with a Small Sandy’s fitted diaper, an extra absorbent liner, and an Air Flow Snap cover. I choose their Oceans cover. When the diaper arrived I thought it was HUGE as it appears about twice the size of my All-in-One size Small diapers or even much larger than my One Sized diapers sized to their smallest setting. I thought it would take a LONG time for it to fit, even though my newborn was nearly to the weight minimums already. When I finally decided to pull it out to try it on (sure it wouldn’t fit) I was surprised to find that it actually did fit, though it was much bulkier and a higher rise then other diapering systems. We didn’t experience any leaks at all with this fitted and cover system though. I felt that it held in loose breastfeeding stools really well also. It was easier then I thought to use even though it does require putting on two parts. This diapering system made me feel not so afraid of fitteds and cover systems as it was just as easy as a pocket diaper with the stuffing they require.
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