We've been cloth diapering for about 2 months, and while we normally use prefolds with a diaper cover, I'm in LOVE with Fuzzi Bunz and Bumgenius One Size. Check out the blog post I just published about our cloth diapering experience!
Fuzzi Bunz are our faves too. We also use Bum Genius, but I'm not really a fan of the velcro. I prefer snaps. I also like Green Acre Design. They have fabulous wind pro fleece diapers that are fabulous for naptimes/nighttime for heavy wetters.
I started cloth diapering a little over a year ago and have found that many of my diaper covers and pockets are not holding up anymore. I did have 2 in diapers for several months, so my diapers have received quite a bit of use.
My Fuzzi Bunz have held up fine. For covers, the only ones I've been completely happy with are ProWraps. They have worked great even after so many uses!
That's so funny that you just posted this. I just finished a two part series on my blog about Cloth :) I love MotherEase and Kissaluvs. I'd love to try the new one size FB's though too. I've never tried the Bungenius, but hear terrific things about it :)
For the most part, I use prefolds w/ covers. I do have a few bumgenius and a happy heiny pocket that I really like too! I hate spending money on different diapers to try though so have now been trying to make my own - so far I like what i have made and they are working well - a few fitteds and a a few pockets.
I used to love my bumGenius diapers, but the velcro on them hardly works after 8 months of normal use. It makes me sad :(
I have so many favorites though! Preston's Pants are great, they are made by a WAHM, Thirstie's Duo Diaper is on my top list right now, it's such a great diaper.
I am testing Happy Heiny's right now and I really like them.
Swaddlebees fitteds are awesome.
I could go on and on... I have some great cloth diaper giveaways coming up!
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