Friday, June 27, 2008

Review: All-In-One (AIO) nappy - Itti Bitti D'lish

Front snapping multiple size diaper. Inner soaker made from cotton and fleece; PUL and minkee for outer layer. This is also the AIO I bought because of its trimness and also it is the snap in style compare to sewn in. Sorry... as I don't fancy minkee so to me there's no difference whether it's soft to the touch or not. :P

It last at least 2-3 hours on my dd who is now a 2 year old toddler. Since it is an AIO, don't expect it can last longer on heavywetter. I was not so impress as the diaper leaks if wear my dd wear for her nap and sleep on her tummy. Good for outing as it is very convenient to wear, no stuffing required.

This diaper doesn't retain smell and consider quite easy to wash even with hands. Quick drying too as the internal snap in soaker can be unsnapped and hang to dry separately.

1) Very snug fitting, extra trim!
2) Does not retain smell
3) Easy to use, no stuffing required
4) Quick drying as it has snap-in soaker
5) Comes with stay dry fleece layer
6) Another "toy" for my dd as she loves the minkee... LOL!

1) May need to buy extra as it comes in multiple size
2) Not advisable to add in more doubler as it will become too bulky and cause leak from the waist if the baby nap on tummy.

Basically, I love this diaper for its trimness, not sewn in type internal soaker and convenient to use. All in all, it's not really very lasting to use on heavywetter.

Get it from: Lil Danzell

Rating: 4 out of 5

Note: This review is based solely on my personal usage

Review: Pocket Diaper - Green Acre Design(GAD) Windpro

Multiple size medium weight Windpro pocket diaper. It is breathable, less bullky and a good alternative of wool cover for night time.

Inner layer: microfleece

Since it is a pocket diaper, it last at least 2 pees on my heavywetter 2 year old. I stuff it with 1 wahmies insert in medium size and one hemp insert. Good for night as you don't have to worry that it will leak even if the baby is a heavywetter. You can leave the diaper unchange at night and there's no wet bedsheet or wet pyjamas since this diaper is breathable. In other words, it works exactly like wool cover, evaporate the wetness out.

A good quality pocket diaper comes in S, M and L. The one I have is medium long and it lasts on my dd from 11 months old till now - 25 months old! Unfortunately, lately, medium long is too tight for her and I think it's time to get a Large since she hasn't potty trained at midnight... :)

1) Quick drying as insert is seperated
2) Very breathable diaper, good for rashes-prone baby.
3) Very easy to use and wash too, a good alternative to wool cover if you think wool needs complicated care.

1) Bulky than PUL but thinner than Drybees fleece pocket
2) Longer time to dry than PUL pocket diaper
3) Will be hot for daytime (?)

Get it from: Miabambina

Rating: 5 out of 5

Note: This review is based solely on my personal usage

Friday, June 13, 2008

Double Happiness

These are the only diapers that I order more than once!
Loves them for its trimness and snug fitting! Both are low-rise but work beautifully with wonderful craftmanship.
Dream-Ez fitted - loves its trimness, side snapping and super absorbency for super heavywetter
Dream-Ez AIO - loves its trimness and easy to use (not in the picture)
Itti Bitti D'lish - loves the trimness too and snap-in soaker for easy retrieval as well as easy to use
On top of them, they are very easy to wash and hardly retain smell.
So, which one that took your heart away among so many types and brands of CD?

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