I adore the Lotus Bumz diaper I was recently sent to review. This one-size pocket diaper is pretty standard as far as cloth diapers go, and we’ve had nothing but good experiences with it.
First off, it’s really cute. We received the “bicycles” print from the Lotus Bumz Exclusive Collection. It’s really colorful and works for either a boy or a girl.
My absolute favorite thing about this diaper is that it is incredibly soft! The inside of the diaper, where it touches baby’s skin, is made of extra-soft fleece.
The softness even held up through multiple washes. The outer layer of the diaper is made of waterproof PUL.
The diaper came with a 3-layer microfiber insert, which was also surprisingly soft— significantly softer than other microfiber inserts we use.
This diaper fit my 5-month-old perfectly. Actually, this is probably the best fitting diaper we own.
My baby is a peanut and has skinny legs and a tiny waist, so I was a little hesitant about fit since the Lotus Bumz diaper looks pretty big at its largest setting.
I put the diaper on its smallest setting and used the crossover snaps and got a surprisingly perfect fit. The crossover snaps on the waist are awesome for tiny waists.
No gaps around his thighs, either. This diaper includes hip snaps, which help to keep a great fit on a wiggly baby.
Another feature of this diaper I really like is the flap on the pocket, where you place the insert.
Unlike many other pocket diapers, the flap on the Lotus Bumz diaper is sewn down on the sides so it doesn’t flap up, which can be annoying when you’re stuffing freshly dried diapers.
My son wore this diaper for up to six hours without a leak. We haven’t tried overnight yet, but I’d be confident to do so with this diaper.
Lotus Bumz has agreed to give away one one-size pocket diaper to a lucky Mama Say What?! reader! Enter below and good luck!
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