Is This The Perfect Cloth Diaper?

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I have been using cloth diapers since October of 2005.  In the last 6 1/2 years I have been privileged to use more brands than I can count.

You’ve rejoiced with me when I discovered the greatness of bum Genius Elementals (then called Organics), Grasshopper Diapers, Rumparooz, Ragababe and sustainablebabyish (and a few others) and I said, “Finally!  A cloth diaper that’s almost perfect!”

Today, I get to add another diaper to the short list.

Chelory stay dry AIOs in both snap and aplix are pretty near perfect.  Near.

What makes Chelory so special?

The very first thing I do when I receive a new diaper is to inspect the craftsmanship.  Is there a fine attention to detail?  Is there a creative, unique aspect to the diaper?

If you have ever had the privilege of buying a hand made cloth diaper you will know that there is a difference.  Chelory cloth diapers are one of the better made cloth diapers I have reviewed.

I asked Rachel if she had a team of seamstresses helping her to meet the high demands that customers have placed on her supply.  Like many WAHMs she is a self-proclaimed control freak so allowing her mom and 2 local grandmas to assist in the production was very hard!  Rachel is committed to being the final hands to touch every diaper: the elastic and topstitch is done by her.

After inspecting the diaper it’s off to the washer and dryer (they come ready to use but I didn’t realize this). These are some thick diapers so the dry time is a bit longer.  Rachel advised me that if you turn the inserts around the diaper it shortens drying time.  I’m trying that out right now.

Here are some terrible pics I just snapped of the inside of the diaper and how to turn the inserts around.

How does Chelory perform?

A diaper could be near perfectly crafted but if it leaks, droops or leaves deep grooves in the thighs then who cares about the beauty, right?!

The Stay Dry inner fabric is Wicking Jersey.  Under that the absorbency comes from layer upon layer of bamboo.

Bamboo is one of the best fabrics used in the cloth diaper industry.  It satisfies many of the desires parents have: organic, absorbent, trim, sustainable, easy to clean.

I put the aplix version on first.  The aplix tabs are sewn in a way that allows them to naturally fold onto the laundry tab.  They actually stayed down in the wash!

Camden is 17m, about 26lbs and 34″ tall.  He has a short rise so he wears the Chelory diaper on the small rise setting.

I left the diaper on as long as I could but he pooped.  Of course.  What kid doesn’t poop in a new diaper on the first try?

Camden is slightly prone to rashes and red marks so I was curious to see how the elastic and wicking jersey faired.

Surprisingly, he was all clear.  Yeah!

It was about 6:30 in the evening and I had to decide if I wanted to put on the nighttime diaper super early or put on a regular one only to have to toss it in the pail after an hour’s use.  Anyone else go through this dilemma?

I decided to be brave for the sake of a review and put the snap Chelory on for the night.

Camden is not nursing at night anymore so he is not a heavy wetter.

After 14 hours (8:30am) there were no leaks but the inside was soaked.  When Camden was nursing throughout the night only microfiber and hemp kept him dry.  It would be interesting to see how Chelory performs at night for a heavy wetter.

Overall fit

Chelory Stay Dry AIO cloth diapers are a one-sized diaper designed to fit newborn through toddler.  Camden won’t have a problem wearing these to potty training since he is only on the small rise setting.

The waist was easy to adjust and I got a snug fit with both versions.

Is Chelory the perfect cloth diaper?

There is no perfect cloth diaper.  You knew that. But, Chelory is a cloth diaper that makes me excited about cloth diapering!

WANT TO WIN A CHELORY??!!

Enter the contest using the Rafflecopter form.  Winner will be chosen on Friday June 8th around noon. (remember the Rafflecopter form can’t be modified by end time, it will say there is time left by contest ends at NOON!)

Don’t wait to see if you win the contest to try a Chelory!  Chelory will stock on Wednesday June 6th!  Get your fingers ready because these diapers will sell out lickety split!

 

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*I was given a snap and aplix Chelory stay dry AIO for review. My review is 100% based on the performance, quality and fit of the diaper…not that I received it for free :)

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About Autumn Beck

Autumn is a wife, mother, homeschool teacher, friend and most important a follower of Christ. She began cloth diapering in 2005 and has experienced many joys and trials throughout the years. You can read more from Autumn over at https://www.facebook.com/beautifullyblessedlashes.

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363 Responses to “Is This The Perfect Cloth Diaper?”

  1. Athena Says:

    I bought some after this write up and have been buying ever since. I love Chelory’s. They are indeed my perfect Diaper right now.

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  2. Natalie Says:

    First off, love Chelory’s! I haven’t tried the stay dry yet though. I just had to say, I read your review and laughed at the part about the night time diaper dilemma. It is something I have an internal battle with every night. Do I put on the nighttime diaper now and risk a big poop in it, or will fall asleep early in a diaper that is just not cut out for night time and have to change the sheets in the morning. (He is 7.5 months old and not really on a bedtime schedule, so it’s always a guessing game).

    Thanks for your review! I have book marked your page and look forward to continue reading your cloth diaper adventures!

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  3. Rachel Says:

    I am still pretty new to cloth diapering (I have a 3-month old we have been cloth-diapering since 2 weeks), but my favorite so far are the Happy Heinys One Size Mini because they fit her really well right at the beginning, and they STILL fit her great. And they are an awesome night-time diaper with the small microfiber insert plus a small hemp babies diaper doubler. That seems to be our perfect diaper so far!! Although now that she is growing into the bumGenius 4.0’s, I’m loving those as well!!

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  4. Grace T Says:

    Autum, I see that you mention that your son Camden is prone to rashes and red marks. I am new to cloth diapering and have been trying out different diapers and of course cleaning routine. I think my son is sensitive to the fleece in the pocket diapers. Do you have any tips/diapers that work well for your boy? I was thinking about getting the flip system or best bottoms so that the fleece isn’t an issue.

    Thanks!

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    • Autumn Beck Says:

      I liked the Flip system when I used it with Sterling. Actually I just ordered 2 new Flip covers today :) I also loved the Elementals but with a sensitive boy he reacts to feeling moisture too.

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      • Grace T Says:

        Autumn
        Thanks for your response! I also just bought a few liners from Ragababe last night- Im hoping those work since they sit on top. I think that some of the fleece diapers are a little too hot and are creating a heat rash of sorts.

        Thanks!

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  5. Elizabeth Wisniewski Says:

    I don’t have one yet, Maybe this will be it :)

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  6. Charlotte R Says:

    I love my Red Barn cloth diaper! http://redbarnclothdiapers.com/

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  7. Lindsey Says:

    My perfect cloth diaper is a BumGenius AIO Pocket!

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  8. Therese H Says:

    My perfect diaper is a one-size that would fit my skinny little girl well without a lot of bulk. My Fuzzi Bunz are the closest I have found.

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  9. Kendal Says:

    I love colorful diapers that are easy to use, not pocket (I have some, and use them w/o stuffing) with leg elastic that is comfy on tot, and MUST grow in size!

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  10. Katrina Vaughn Says:

    I have tried many diapers and AppleCheeks are the best fit for my skinny guy.

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  11. Jennifer Lyden Says:

    I’m not sure what my favorite is, my husband would probably say just cloth diapering in general! He thinks I may have a slight obsession. I would have to say my current favorite is her BG 4.0’s because they fit my skinny girl so well! But I would really like my favorite to be an AIO.

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  12. martha van mulligen Says:

    I love my bumgenious 4.0’s!

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  13. Brecka Says:

    I don’t have a perfect diaper yet, baby girl won’t be here till sept. I am getting excited about the AIOs though

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  14. Jessica Says:

    We’ve only been cloth diapering for 3 months, so I haven’t tried enough to have found the “perfect” diaper. There are little things I would change on all our current diapers, however the FuzziBunz One Size Elite is my current favorite

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  15. Dana Says:

    I don’t know what my perfect cloth diaper is yet. I am just getting started…as in researching before I make any purchases starting :) Your blog has helped point me in a few different directions. Thank you for that :)

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  16. Lauren Says:

    The best cloth diapers that I have come encounter with are…my homemade ones! I’m always willing to try something new though!

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  17. Bethany Says:

    I’m four months pregnant and planning to cloth diaper my little one…our first! The world of cloth diapering is very overwhelming with lots of ups and downs…very curious about this “almost perfect” diaper!

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  18. Marie Uher Says:

    I don’t know what my perfect cloth diaper is because I am completely new to this. It is very intimidating to find the “right one”. I want an AIO that will work with my soon to be potty training 2yr old (25lbs) and my new baby to be at the end of October. Hoping I win this one to see what all the cloth diapering fuss is about!!! :o) Thank you for the great giveaway!

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  19. Jessica K. Says:

    This diaper looks great! Right now I am really loving the BumGenius Freetime but i love trying out a variety of different diapers.

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  20. AC Says:

    I’m 8 months pregnant with our son (we have a 2-year-old) and we’re trying cloth for the first time! So I’m not sure what the perfect cloth diaper looks like, but I’m looking forward to finding out :)

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  21. DCRunner Says:

    These look fantastic! Getting excited to start cloth diapering on my little one (who should be here any day… he’s decided to make a fashionably late entrance to this world).

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  22. Jennfier C Says:

    So far our fav is the totsbots easyfit. BG elemental is the second fav.

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  23. Kari Says:

    My perfect CD would be a readily available and cheap ragababe, in even more awesome prints

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  24. gloria luz sarango Says:

    My fave is rumprooz!

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  25. Amber M Says:

    I don’t think I’ve found the “perfect” cloth diaper yet. I have many I LOVE, but they’re all great for different reasons.

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  26. Krista Says:

    Leg gussets, hook and loop, 100% adorable… and of course no leaking! Those are some important factors. I’ve started making my own! I’m not an expert seamstress, but I have enough know-how to make a good diaper. In fact, I’m barely above novice level. I’ve been working on my own design and I think I’ve finally figured out the PERFECT design. I’m so excited. My design is a pocket diaper with PUL and silk-smooth athletic wicking.

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  27. Selina Rupers Says:

    My perfect cloth diapers are prefolds and Thirsties wraps! I haven’t found any AIO or pocket that gets as great a fit, washes & dries as easily, or stays in such good condition for so long.

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  28. Tamara Reynolds Says:

    My husband and I want a big family and I am making it my goal to have cloth diapering ready for number 3… Number 2 is 7.5 months and now that I’m off for summer and able to figure this cloth diapering thing out, I’m ready to switch her over!!

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  29. Lori Says:

    Right now, my fave diaper is Best Bottoms!

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  30. Tandra Ahrens Says:

    Hmmm… our perfect cloth diaper… Well, it changes! Currently, my favorite is the Bum Genius Elementals just cuz they’re so easy. But 95% of ours are getting pretty worn out and have holes like crazy.
    I also love our GroVia covers with simple pad-folded flats (they are so easy to ensure they’re clean with our very hard water, and dry super fast).
    And our fav nighttime dipes are Itti Bitti Bitti Boo’s with a Thirsties Duo Wrap cover.
    The Chelory sound awesome! I’d LOVE to try it out!!

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  31. Holly J Says:

    I am pregnant again at 40! I used cheap cloth diapers the first time around (13 years ago!) as there weren’t as many options then. They actually worked ok, but I’m excited to be able to find something that doesn’t require those nasty diaper pins. I’m looking forward to trying better constructed diapers this time around as well. I’m going to keep coming back to this blog for more great reccommendations for cloth diapers.

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  32. Marie-Etta Says:

    Right now my favorite is my Sustainablebabyish. It keeps my little man dry all night, which is a big feat!

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  33. Joann Says:

    Perfect diaper? I do love my Freetime’s. But my Ragababe I love, too.

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  34. Jeni R Says:

    My first baby is due early September. And I’ve been researching for weeks. Not sure which one will be the perfect cloth diaper. Hopefully this one.

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  35. Jennifer Tippett Says:

    My perfect cloth diaper? Hmmm, I guess it depends. I’m really enjoying my Rumparooz OS pockets with a hemp 6-r insert especially because of the double gussets (or as I tell my husband, the poop catcher, haha), but I find myself reaching for my Blueberry Deluxe OS pockets with the Blueberry combination insert (has microfiber on top with two layers of hemp underneath) most of the time. Perfect nighttime for us though is either a Lollidoo Eco-Pocket with a Rumparooz bamboo 6-r insert with a Babykicks large hemp insert, or the same insert combination inside a Kawaii Goodnight Heavy Wetter. I have been wanting to try an AIO for a while, so obviously hoping I win. =)

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  36. Pamala Says:

    I would love to try this diaper, I’ve been cdiapering for a year now and loving it! Always on the hunt for the perfect diaper!

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  37. tara Says:

    I would love to give this diaper a try as we are having a very hard time right now with cloth. I cannot get them clean enough and they stink.

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  38. Donna Says:

    Excited to try the STAY DRY AIO!

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  39. Ann Says:

    We used BumGenius one-size CDs with my daughter. They worked beautifully for 2 years until they stopped absorbing. No amount of stripping has helped, so we are on the hunt for replacements for kid #2 due this fall. We would love to try these out!!

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  40. Sierra Says:

    Prefect? That is a hard Question. My family really like the GroVia AI2 with Velcro — Except the velcro. Honestly if GroVia put some good quality BG velcro on there diaper I would say Prefect period.

    On infant I was very happy with the thirsties s1 and joey bunz inserts. Now we have some bummis covers with prefolds, which I do like except not trim enough for a 2 year old trying to learn to dress himself.

    Sigh

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  41. Michelle Says:

    I don’t have a perfect CD yet, but have been really enjoying the grovias. I am diapering my first child and so far it’s going great!

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  42. Diane L Says:

    Right now I think the Grovia AIO is my favorite, if not perfect, diaper. I’d love to try this one as a freebee

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  43. Lesslie Says:

    I recently found out that hubby and I are expecting our first baby! We have been talking about trying out cloth diapering and your blog has been SOOO helpful! This diaper looks wonderful! I hope to be able to try it out! Thanks for all the help! :)

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  44. Beth Says:

    I’m currently using a hybrid diaper I love, but want a different option for night times.

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  45. Annah Says:

    Oh would love to have one on those diapers. I have cloth diapered two out of my three children and number 4 is due the 20th of this month and I am having a blast reorganizing and going through cloth diapers.

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  46. Mandy Says:

    I’m due in 5 days (!), so I’ve got a ton of brands to try. Surely one of them will become my favorite!

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  47. Shannon Says:

    I would love to try one of these. I’ve been hesitant to try another HTG diaper, since I have a full stash of RagaBabes. However, I’m realizing that I need to try others to hopefully find perfection!

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  48. Melissa Says:

    Would love to try one of these for my little guy! I’ve tried so many and still haven’t found “the one.”

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  49. Jill Says:

    Still in a search for the perfect diaper.

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  50. Ashley j Brooks Says:

    I don’t have a fav- I am just dipping my toes into CDing. :) so I am still looking for that “perfect one”

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  51. Emily Says:

    I don’t have a favorite diaper yet as our little one is coming in August. I didn’t CD my son but wish I had… So far we have a few different pocket diapers and I’m planning to sew my own prefolds and covers!

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  52. Jen Says:

    I don’t think I have a perfect diaper, but my homemade ones work really well made with flannel and terry cloth. I tried a couple of microfiber and didn’t like them, plus after reading many many stories, I take it that they are hard to get clean, mine are not. Never had to strip them after almost 2 years. They may be bulkier and not so cute looking, but the price was right and they work. I’ve just never had the budget to pay more than 5 or ten dollars per diaper. That’s why I had to make my own if I wanted more than flats or prefolds.

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  53. Joanne in Oregon Says:

    I cloth diapered many years ago–Gdtr cloth diapered twins that are now 3. I made all different kinds of diapers AIO- and many others. If she has more we will try any of them–and then get a bunch of what she loves. She has passed her collection around to more than one person. To begin with I was unable to locate PUL , some she used ready made plastic pants, then as material came avalible I made covers for the cloth snaps, then AIO–I don’t think other than drying time there was ever an issue. I love making and keep supplies on hand for sewing. Wish I had more people in favor of cloth. They could more than save with the cloth–compared to landfill diapers. Cheers to all that are willing to do a little XTRA washing—

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  54. Melissa S Says:

    I don’t have a perfect cloth diaper yet, LO isn’t due until November but I am researching to try and hopefully find the ‘perfect cloth diaper’.

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  55. Mary Says:

    Any diaper that can handle my heavy wetter, cheap and is easy to clean.

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  56. Rebekah Says:

    I wish I knew so I could buy them now. So brand new to CDing we haven’t started yet.

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  57. Krista Says:

    I think the “perfect” diaper depends on the situation, but my fav so far is the BG Elemental.

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  58. Karianne Says:

    So would you say the Chelory AIO is worth paying 33 dollars for?

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  59. Amber Says:

    My baby won’t be here until September but the Best Bottoms system is the perfect diaper I’m leaning towards. I’m sad I don’t hear much about them but every review I read is mostly positive. :(

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  60. cynthia Says:

    Anything that stays dry & doesn’t cause a rash :)

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  61. Erika Says:

    Currently my perfect diaper is the Softbums OMNI. I have a hard to fit baby and I can get this diaper to fit her perfectly. The fact that I can get extra use out of the cover by using it as an AI2, or stuff it if Grandma is baby sitting is a bonus. My only regret is that I didn’t know about this diaper when I first started CD-in, because I’m pretty sure they would make up the majority of my stash!

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  62. Tiffany Hatch Says:

    We tried out 1st Chelory AIO today with snaps. I did like the fit. I think I snapped it too tight because her back was red where the elastic was. So tomorrow (I’m washing it don’t worry) I will try doing the snaps looser. I do LOVE Doodle Dypes, Rgagbabe and Chelory so far. I prefer WAHM brands hands down. :)

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  63. Rochelle Says:

    Just finished my trial period and got my own CDs today, so I’m not sure which ones are perfect yet.

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  64. Erin K Says:

    I haven’t found anything I’d consider close to perfect yet. I wish I could afford to buy all the kinds I want to try. As for what I have I reach for the Softbums Omni or Bumkins AIOs first. I’m thinking about sewing some myself so they’ll have all the aspects I want in one diaper.

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  65. Nikole H. Says:

    I can’t say that I have a favorite — different designs are great for different needs! But I do love natural fibers or combos with natural fibers for inserts, it really makes a big difference!

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  66. mary Says:

    No idea yet since I’m still waiting for LO to come! I would love to try this one out though when he arrives :)

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  67. Nica Says:

    bumGenius 4.0 are my almost perfect diapers.

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  68. Thao Says:

    LOVE my ragababes :)

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  69. Robin Jones Says:

    I’ve only been CD’ing a little over a month, so I don’t really have a perfect diaper… Most of my stash is Charlie Banana one size pockets and I’ve been pretty happy with them.

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  70. Tamiko Says:

    Haven’t tried anything yet, but am excited to try out my new Easy Fits Tots Bots!

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  71. Melissa Says:

    I’m still looking, but so far our favorites are the Grovia AIOs!

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  72. Meghan Says:

    BG 4.0 Pockets with snaps are currently my perfect diaper!

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  73. Emily Roberts Says:

    Easy fit tots bots!!

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  74. Heather H Says:

    I haven’t tried too many diapers but my fav of the ones I’ve tried is FuzziBunz one size.

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  75. Heather H Says:

    Ooooh! They look awesome!

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  76. Tasha Says:

    I’ve been interested in Chelory since I heard about them. You know how it is, when something is sooo hard to get you wonder if it’s worth all the fuss.

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  77. Mel Says:

    I don’t have a perfect diaper, but I haven’t tried as many as you have! I think different diapers work better for different situations. I am a fan of the BumGenius Elementals, and Swadlebees Simplex.

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  78. Rebekah Says:

    My favorite cloth diaper is a bum genius or Rumparooz. I love the fit and no leaks.

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  79. Jill P Says:

    I’m a huge Sbish fan. But with all the buzz about Chelory, I’d love to try!

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  80. Becca Church Says:

    We use mostly Kawai Baby diapers…

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  81. Karen Cohen Says:

    With new baby due any day now and I have never been an AIO fan with my other two that I CDered, I would love to try something that receives such rave reviews.

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  82. Heather H Says:

    Love my BGs but I’m always willing to keep an open mind. =)

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  83. lindsay d. Says:

    My AMP AIOs are perfect :)

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  84. Sarah Says:

    I’m so excited to use CD with my baby #2 (who should be here SOON)…I would love to try these out!!

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  85. Amanda Hendrix Says:

    I’ve recently tried the Chelory AI2s, and I was greatly surprised, too! I am switching from a mostly fitted stash to a mostly AI2 stash, and it is proving to be difficult to find a true AI2 that fits great and does not leak. Chelory is one of my new favorites! Another fave right now is Guerilla Fluff Caliber AI2.

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  86. Michelle D Says:

    I’m obsessed with Rita’s rump diapers right now :)

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  87. Dana Miller Says:

    Sunbaby! Very cheap and they work! (I don’t use their inserts though)

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  88. Mandi McGonagle Says:

    We are still in search of the elusive “perfect diaper” but the two that come closest are the Swaddlebees Simplex 2.0 and Totsbots Easyfit.

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  89. Allison Says:

    I love bG Elementals but I’m not against trying others… especially for free ;)

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  90. Nathalie Says:

    I’d love to try a chelory!!!!!!:)

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  91. Janet Small Says:

    Still looking but have been using Flips with no problem. They have been great on my budget and my son is not as big of a soaker even at nights!

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  92. KD {Mom of 3 Dolls} Says:

    I mostly have the BG 3.0s. I like the pockets but it can be bulky, esp at nighttime. Love to try AIOs.

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  93. Jan Says:

    I’ve only tried Chelory’s snaps, the aplix looks awesome!

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  94. Nicole S. Says:

    CHELORY is my perfect diaper!!!!!!!!

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  95. RW Says:

    We haven’t found a perfect cloth diaper yet!

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  96. Jennifer Miller Says:

    My perfect diaper so far are the bumgenius 3.0 AIO’s sized. I LOVE THEM

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  97. Audrey Says:

    I love using Best Bottoms Diapers!

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  98. Holly Says:

    I am really interested in trying this diaper. Unfortunately I won’t have the opportunity with my adventures in cloth diapering until Aug. when our first baby is due.

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  99. Gillian Phillips Says:

    i would LOVE to try these diapers, but my perfect daytime cloth diaper is the Blueberry because it is so trim.

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  100. Karen Says:

    My idea of the perfect diaper changes often :) Almost as often as the diaper changes :) I love having a variety so I can have a diaper that is perfect for nap, just at home, going out etc. These look like awesome diapers

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  101. Amy Boothe Says:

    Right now we are loving rumparoos…but I am always looking to try out other brands!

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  102. Nancy Ludka Says:

    My favorite cloth diapers are Applecheeks and Gen-y.

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  103. Uli Ingram Says:

    My favorite or best diaper combo is probably one that I sewed myself: a fitted diaper (closes with a snappi) and then a NykiBaby diaper cover.

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  104. amanda Says:

    right now we are using gdiapers, but i am looking into other diapers. i just started cloth diapering

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  105. Jaclyn Says:

    I’ve been cloth diapering for close to 3 years and I can’t find the perfect diaper. I find issues with all. I’ve tried Fuzzibunz, Happy, Hienies, BG Pocket, Blueberries, Kissaluvs, Thirsties. My favorite would be the Blueberries (pockets) and Thirsties (cover).

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  106. Edie Says:

    Well, seeing as we haven’t started using them yet I have NO idea! But I’m working on a stash, and reading, learning, watching you tube reviews etc. in the hopes of finding my fave!

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  107. Kristin Says:

    My perfect cloth diaper changes over time—and we never get total perfection, just close. At night, we use RagaBabes and SoftBums Omnis. As the weather gets hot, in the day I prefer fitteds because my little one gets heat rashes very easily. Overall, I use AI2s most often, but you can’t beat the ease of an AIO. I’ve heard great reviews of Chelory.

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  108. Aimee Says:

    Perfect is different for every person! But I’d love to try one of these out!

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  109. Brittany Says:

    So far FuzziBunz are pretty perfect for us but I’m dying to try an AIO!!

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  110. Yesenia Says:

    My absolute favorite so far are the Grasshoppers, however there are many others that I love too!! for different reasons.

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  111. Sierra Says:

    My favorite diaper is our Ones and Twos diaper. It is trim, but not too trim. It is absorbent, with it’s included extra insert. And it fits great!

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  112. Sarah Says:

    I loved spouso easy’s by blue penguin when my dd was little. But now I can’t seem to get anything to fit! LOL. This looks like a nice option.

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  113. Elvia Says:

    I just began using CD on my 18th month old, I would definetly love to try it!

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  114. Nicole Says:

    I don’t have a perfect diaper. I’m still in the process of researching cloth and trying to decide if it’s really for my 10 month old or not. I really want to save money and I’m trying to figure things out. It’d be nice to try it out on something free. ;)

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  115. Julie Says:

    My perfect cloth diaper is Ragababe!

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  116. Katie Santiago Says:

    Hmmm, I stayed away from the AIO’s because of the longer drying time but this diaper has me interested now.

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  117. judi Says:

    I haven’t figured out what my perfect cloth diaper is. I haven’t been had the money to buy much to experiment. So far all I’ve used is pre-folds with covers, handmade pocket fitteds with covers and regular pocket diapers. I love the ease of the pocket diapers the best but I like the washing ease of the pre-fold.

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  118. Glynda Gartung Says:

    I would love to win a chelory. Where did she get the name?

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  119. Jennifer Says:

    For nighttime, I like something with bamboo by Swaddlebees/ Blueberry.

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  120. Anne Perry Says:

    my perfect diaper is fitteds and wool covers

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  121. Heather S. Reilly Says:

    Perfect diaper for us right now would be the Blueberry Basix AIO :)

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  122. Laura Says:

    My favourite right now is Funky Fluff, but I would love to try these!

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  123. LIsa H Says:

    I am still learning all about CD’s so I do not have a fav yet. I would love to win this giveaway to see if this becomes a fav!

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  124. Makayla Says:

    My favorite cloth diaper is any WAHM fitted

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  125. Alicia L Says:

    So far my perfect diaper has been the BG Elementals. I would love to give these a try though!

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  126. Lisa paranjpe Says:

    Beautiful!

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  127. ElleB Says:

    Not sure…I love having variety of different ones! This would be the first really “wahm”-y one that I am trying though.

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  128. sierra Says:

    Something adorable and easy!

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  129. Beth Says:

    I have no perfect cloth diaper yet.. but would loved to try these out!

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  130. melissa Says:

    I have a mainline stash of Bumgenius, they have been good to me.

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  131. Annaliza R Says:

    My fave has always been BG 4.0 snaps.

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  132. debnmike m Says:

    Right now I am loving the ease of the BG Freetime.

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  133. Laurie Says:

    I’ve recently discovered Swaddlebees AIOs. Love them!

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  134. Nicole Says:

    For me, it’s bg4.0s and simplex 2.0s med. Love these!

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  135. Colleen Fowler Says:

    One that doesn’t leak especially!

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  136. Colleen Fowler Says:

    I have many friends who would love to try this!

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  137. Jeane Says:

    I’m just starting my diaper stash (still pregnant) so any advice is helpful! You blog about cloth diapers is a life saver!

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  138. Jessica Says:

    My all time favorite cloth diapers are Rumparooz. I hope they are still my favorite when number 4 comes this October.

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  139. cara Says:

    My favorite are grovia shells and inserts and tots bots easy fit. I thought I would love softbums adn they just have not been reliable for us. For night I like bumboo bamboo fitted with a flip cover.

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  140. Corinna Stevenson Says:

    This looks like a really nice diaper. I use to cloth diaper my children many moons ago. Now I am adopting my grand nephew. We are stocking up on cloth diapers. I am so impressed with all the choices there are now. Would love to try one of these.

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  141. Molly McGregor Says:

    Much to my surprise, out of my stash of cloth diapers (mostly prefolds, doublers, Thirsties, a few BG 4.0s), my current fav cloth diapers on my 15 mo are gDiapers due to fit/trimness and lack of funk. I am having an odor issue with all of my prefolds & thirsties – can’t seem to nip it in the bud. Using the gDiapers + biodegradable inserts has temporarily resolved that issue – but I prefer to not have to buy the inserts. Coming in 2nd would be BG 4.0s. The top layer really REALLy wicks away moisture. I love that on my kiddo’s sensitive bum!

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  142. MicheleC Says:

    I’m new to the CD world, but am definitely looking forward to trying different kinds of diapers on my little guy. Would love to try this one out!

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  143. Esther Housworth Says:

    My favorite cloth diapers right now for my newborn are the Lil Joeys, they keep everything in perfectly!

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  144. Andrea K. Says:

    My little one is not due until July but I can’t wait to try out these diapers and see if they are perfect for her!

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  145. Rachel Korpella Says:

    Right now it’s an AppleCheeks, but my 12 month old is already on the second to last snap setting on the size 2, so they will not last us all the way to potty training. I’ve always wanted to try a Chelory, but I’m just not a fan of stalking…

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  146. Glinda Grayam Says:

    I like my BG Freetimes for our little one. I also use prefolds and Flips, Best Bottoms, and Thirsties covers. Can’t say I’ve found the perfect diaper as I haven’t tried many but I’m a happy mama.

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  147. Brande Says:

    Sounds amazing!

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  148. Heather Says:

    My fav is the Bum Genius 4.0 one size pocket. :)

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  149. Shannon Ropp Says:

    My perfect diaper right now BG 4.0. I would love to try these!!

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  150. Jill Says:

    sounds like a great diaper, I’d definitely like to give it a whirl on my little guy!

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  151. Bobbie Says:

    We don’t have a favorite diaper yet. We mostly use flips, but they are not my favorite.

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  152. Jasmin Harrison Says:

    I have not found my perfect diaper yet. Im in the process of making it though ;)

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  153. susan g Says:

    No perfect diaper here, but we haven’t tried anything but prefolds/covers and BG pockets. What we have does the job … almost always … but I’d love to try something new!

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  154. Rhonda Says:

    Expecting baby in October, being filled with ideas of the perfect diaper before then :)

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  155. Heidi Says:

    Bamboo is by far my favorite cloth diaper material. We’ve been using Kawaii minky bamboo diapers for overnight and they are amazing. He’s 8 months now and sleeping through the night and I never have to worry about leaks. I love hemp products too but the stink they acquire after awhile is not my favorite.

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  156. Jessica Says:

    I think my “perfect” CD would depend on the situation, but right now for my exclusively breast fed infant, the Thirstie’s Duo Diaper is wonderful. The inner gussets that contain the poo explosions is what makes it perfect for me.

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  157. Rachael Says:

    The closest to a “perfect cloth diaper” for us are the BG and homemade. Homemade are my solution to a almost perfect diaper.

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  158. Leah Says:

    fuzzi bunz – not perfect, but fits my budget and my babe!

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  159. Mary P Says:

    I don’t have one perfect diaper. I love my Ragababes, as well as my Sustainablebabyish OBFs with a cover. But prefolds and my Thirsties Duos are pretty great!!

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  160. Susan D Says:

    I like the one Chelory AIO that I have. Super cute print, great velcro, nice fit. The only complaint I have is that it isn’t very easy to rinse off, but I don’t use a sprayer so that is part of the problem. Would love to win another. :)

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  161. Michele Says:

    So far, the clossest to perfect diaper that I have found has been ragababe. I’m super excited to try this though!

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  162. Daniela Cardenas Says:

    Still looking for it : but perfect will be trim and absorbent. Oh and that allows rise adjustem.

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  163. Jamie Says:

    Major love for BG 4.0. It’s our go-to diaper every time. Going out?…BG. Nap time and night time diaper?…BG. Anytime diaper?….BG! :) Fits well, washes nicely, and no leaks ever!

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  164. Katie Says:

    hmmm….we don’t really have a perfect diaper, but we do love SBISH for nighttime and rumparooz during the day!

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  165. Faith Says:

    Still working on finding that perfect one. Need trim for Charlotte’s hip issues, need absorbent because she’s a heavy wetter, and l.o.n.g. because she’s blowing the expectation that she’ll he short out of tye water. ;)

    So far at night, best bottom diapers with the extra layer.

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  166. Theresa Says:

    I LOVE that Rachel is getting recognition for her fabulous talent. I’ve been clothe diapering for almost 6 years and was convinced of the Bum Genius. They were really the only diapers I’d “invest” in as everything else really didn’t meet their standard.
    Until Chelory. Rachel is actually a friend of ours. Her and her husband are great friends of my husband from high school. So when I was pregnant with #4 I knew for sure I wanted Rachel to make me a stash but at the same time I was hesitant to change what worked for me.
    Boy was I happy I made the change! WOW. WOW. WOW! I use both the Chelory AIO and the Chelory WI2. The AIOs fit my baby perfectly since 4wks and she has NEVER had a leak at all in the AIOs. Awesomeness! The WI2 are a little different with snap in liners. My babe is now 10 weeks and just starting to fit perfectly into them and she very rarely leaks out of these dipes.
    And as far as perfection, Rachel absolutely LOVES what she does and it shows in every aspect of the diapers.

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  167. Natalee Says:

    Not sure if I have a perfect dipe. I have dipes that are perfect for certain situations. bG 4.0 with an organic flip for nights, Peachy Green AIO or AI2 for trim options while out of the house, and pfs for a cheap day-to-day around the house dipe. I don’t think I could ever have just one favorite. :)

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  168. Emilie Says:

    We’re still looking for a “perfect” diaper, but so far I’m impressed by Fuzzibunz Elite OS. I’m in love with the internally adjustable elastic, and the diaper is trim enough that I can actually fit jeans on my chunky baby. :)

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  169. Athena Says:

    Our perfect diaper are Green Bees. Fits wonderful and no leaks even as a night time Diaper.

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  170. Donna Jean Says:

    perfect? i guess the closest we’ve come are kissaluvs fitteds with a thirsties or rumparooz cover and lately we have been relying on kawaiis at night b/c we were getting some wicking w/ the kissaluvs onto my son’s shorts at the legs.

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  171. Stacie L. Says:

    Oh and right now the “perfect” cloth diaper for me has to be the Swaddlebees Simplex 2.0. :)

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  172. Stacie L. Says:

    I would love to try one of these and see what the hype is all about! :)

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  173. Regan Says:

    The closest to perfect for me so far is my Blueberry Basix

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  174. Kate Says:

    My perfect diaper is one that doesn’t leak! I’m new to cd, and open to anything.

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  175. Tiffany Moeder Says:

    I use to think I was a pocket girl.. until I found an all in one that was absorbant and dried quickily… swaddlebees simplex. I’d love to see if something could beat those!

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  176. Marcy Says:

    I am exploring the various CD’s for my daughter who is pregnant with my first grandson. I wish these diapers had been around when I was raising my kids, but that’s pee-pee under the bridge, I guess! Thanks for making this information and opportunity available!

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  177. Jill Says:

    bg freetime or other AIO for daytime and short trips. double stuffed pocket over night

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  178. Jamie Marsh Says:

    Our perfect cloth diapers are any of the bumGenius ones! My husband claims they are the easiest for him to get on right, they fit our daughter well and we rarely have leaks (plus I love the trimness of the Elementals).

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  179. Jessica Allen Says:

    I don’t have one perfect diaper either, but I have diapers I love for different occasions. GroVia, Sbish, Kawaii GNH, Nifty Nappy.

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  180. Amy Says:

    I think our perfect diaper is a Rump-A-Rooz. They fit DD wonderfully and she’s never leaked out of any of them. We have one that ended up delaminating (bought it used) and use that as a swim diaper. It’s held up to two times in the pool when she pooped in it! Other than the RaR, Fuzzibunz OS is another perfect diaper for us. Great fit, no leaks, etc.

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  181. Emily D Says:

    My current perfects- bamboozle fitteds with woolybottoms/wcw (same pattern) soaker or bumby longies, and rainshine designs AI2.
    Autumn- I am totally with you on the evening diaper change- around 7pm I’m thinking, do I ‘waste’ a daytime diaper, put her night one on, or can she hold off for a little longer…?

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  182. Erica stark Says:

    Would love to find another WAHM diaper. Currently use AI2’s and pockets at night.

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  183. Lindsey Says:

    I want to try these! I love CD, but the babysitter(aka my mom) and husband don’t. Everytime I get home from work my sons is in disposables. They say that his bum was sore. It would be great if I found something that would make them love CDing like I do!

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  184. Karen Says:

    I don’t know what my perfect diaper is yet. Have to wait for a baby to find out. I just like doing pre research so I am not as stressed when the time comes.

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  185. Amanda Scoggins Says:

    well nightime aside, Grovia AIO is my go to right now :) Kawaii Good night heavy wetter at night, but boy are they big and bulky!

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  186. Stephanie Says:

    Have not found a perfect diaper yet, but our favorite is AppleCheeks. Have heard wonderful things about Chelory though, so would love to try one!

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  187. Claire Says:

    Hey Autumn! My favorite cloth diaper is the Bum Genius 4.0! It holds up through nighttime and daytime with no leaks ever for us.

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  188. Kate S. Says:

    We are using Best Bottoms … overall, I like them a lot, but this sounds pretty cool …would love to try one! :)

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  189. Amanda Says:

    The only diapers I have actually bought to use are Sunbaby. I make ours now. I have perfected my pattern and love making new diapers for my girls!

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  190. Anpnek Says:

    My perfect cloth diaper is an AIO or fitted. Right now our favourites are BG Elementals & Little Boppers fitteds.

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  191. Becky Says:

    The perfect cloth diaper doesn’t leak and looks cute!

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  192. Kelley Says:

    I am really excited to try a Chelory SD AIO!

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  193. Sarah Says:

    I’m finding that I love natural fabrics now. I began as a bg 3.0 user…

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  194. lisa pellerin Says:

    all we have are alva pockets so it would be nice to try a different kind

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  195. lisa pellerin Says:

    All i have are alva pockets so it woukd be great to try a different kind.

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  196. Lindsey taatjes Says:

    It’s not perfect, but the ones I love the most, pull out first, and keep going back to are my BG 4.0. Love the prints on the chelory and would like to try it out!

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  197. Alesia Says:

    I haven’t found the perfect cloth diaper yet. We are cloth diapering on a budget, so I don’t have a lot of extra funds to try out new diapers. I like the ones that I have so far, but they all have their little issues. I think my favorite diaper that we are trying out has been the Sweet Pea diaper covers. They fit really well, contain any and all messes, and are really cute.

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  198. Carly Says:

    I love trying new brands, in search of a perfect diaper! Right now I love the Ones and Twos! There are bad reviews of them out there, claiming bad leaks, but it is the most reliable diaper I own!

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  199. Angie Kuna Says:

    I definitely have not found the perfect cloth diaper. I’ve been sooo disapointed in my newborn stash! Hopefully my one size stash will work out better! I would love to try one of these!

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  200. Ranu Tanu Says:

    So far none :(

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  201. lisa pellerin Says:

    We do not have a perfect diaper. All we have are alva’s

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  202. Stephanie Spencer Says:

    I love the print on this diaper! What cute photos!

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  203. Joyce Says:

    I love the aio, they are by far my fav diaper. But with limited income I can’t really afford to get a stash of them. But man are they cute and i love the drying alternative!

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  204. Alicia Knust Says:

    My perfect diaper lately is a flat and cover, since I can’t seem to defunk the pockets, and have had NO LEAKS with flats, at all.

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  205. Kelleyh Says:

    We re new to this adventure- due in August but I’ve been studying :) I would love to try one!

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  206. Alicia Knust Says:

    I’ve been wanting to try a Chelory, I’ve heard such wonderful things about them. With my recent feelings of hatred for my pocket diapers, I ought to try something different.

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  207. Valerie Nicolas Says:

    My perfect diaper is the Confection Ptit Bedon. A pocket one size diaper who only come with applix closure.
    They have a perfect fit on a 8 pounds baby and on a 37 pounds slim boy of 4 years…

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  208. Jennifer S Says:

    I’ve heard amazing things about Chelory…I think you’ve just made stockings that much more difficult!

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  209. sarah Says:

    Right now Ragababe and Batumee X diaper by Oeko Popo diapers are my favorite. In another month or so, it might change LOL

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  210. Gwen Says:

    I don’t think I’ve met a “perfect” diaper… ;-) But I’m a flats and prefolds with wool covers gal so that might be why. Anyway, my favorite right now with my 16m daughter is a organic cotton flat, origami fold, with her funky sock monkey longies… so cute!! When she was an infant we always reached for the sbish flats but not so much now that she’s bigger.

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  211. Stephanie Reed Says:

    The perfect diaper would be a self cleaning one!!! But since that’ll never happen, I say great absorbency and slim fit.

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  212. Danielle Baldi Says:

    We don’t have a “perfect” yet as our babe won’t be here for four more weeks, but ones I love the craftsmanship on are Ragababe, Softbums and the Peachy Greens that I have seen from a friend’s stash.

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  213. Christine Says:

    I really like the one tutti bitti that we have. It’s a little on the snug side for my older boy, but fits perfect my one yr old. We mostly use kawaii, and bg thrown in but I have a couple of random other diapers.

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  214. Tarah Says:

    My own handmade diapers! :)

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  215. Blakelyn H. Says:

    Our closest to perfect diapers are our Gro-via AIOs. They are very trim and fit very well on my oddly shaped little man. He is thin in the waist but very chunky in the leg and very very tall. The side snap wings are very stretchy and give a fantastic fit. There is a bit of dry time, but they’re worth it in my opinion. They also come in an AI2, but we’re alright with our AIOs. We use them as car trip diapers because they are so absorbent. Our stash is pretty small, consisting of only a few brands, I would LOVE a WAHM diaper. Fingers crossed and good luck mamas!

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  216. Amanda Says:

    Our perfect diaper at the moment is a bamboo flat and a cover. I’ve tried them all… Flats are the only things that don’t ever get smelly!!

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  217. Amy Poore Says:

    My perfect diaper right now is the Pocket Change size small pocket diaper. I love a trim sized diaper with a double pocket to allow the insert to agitate out on its own.

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  218. Erika Says:

    I would LOVE to try this. Sounds awesome!

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  219. Ivy McQueen Says:

    I have not met the Perfect diaper! Just like the perfect man, im sure its out there but its also different for each of us! Since i just have a newborn, my second to cloth diaper, fuzzi bunz are working great! I would love to try her one size! See If it can make it from newborn to potty training! I hope i win!

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  220. Ruth V. Says:

    Something trim that doesn’t leak or take forever to dry!

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  221. Cara Staten Says:

    Ours has changed every couple of months, but BumGenius 4.0’s are the current favorite!

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  222. Kelly S. Says:

    As far as fit, absorbency, drying time, ease of use, I would have to say BG Freetimes, but I haven’t tried a Chelory AIO yet. I do love my AI2s though.

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  223. Jaynah Says:

    Would love to try it!

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  224. Courtney Says:

    so far with DD its the Fuzzi Bunz one size fits all.

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  225. Kristina Coffey Says:

    right now our perfect diaper is either the Totsbots easyfits AIO diapers (have always gotten a great fit on it) or the Ragababe 2step snapped diaper. Dislike the snapless on that one, needs to have the snaps!

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  226. Kristie Says:

    Nothing is perfect but I love the fit of Ragababe, BG 4.0, fuzzibunz perfect size & Chelory on my LO :)

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  227. Abbie Says:

    I’m new to CD’ing, but so far the perfect diaper for my LO is the BG 4.0.

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  228. Misty Says:

    I would love to try this diaper out! Only been cloth diapering about a month now. Love my bumGenius….wondering how this stacks up.

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  229. Jenna Burris Says:

    stays dry overnight!! and is not too bulky

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  230. Honey y Says:

    The perfect diaper? Hm… I love diapers that wash easily and dry quickly, so my current favorite is flats trifolded. I’ll have to see what my favorite cover is when the new baby comes along. For my daughter my favorite cover was a chelory wool wrap with adjustable elastic. She only uses trainers for nights now, so it doesn’t get much use anymore, but I’m saving it!

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  231. lanae Says:

    There isn’t a perfect cloth diaper for us. For my middle son BG 4.o worked really well. But the don’t fit my third as well. We really like Ragababe though.

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  232. Jen B Says:

    I love the thinness in the crotch of GroVias with the hour glass shape of Best bottoms – it makes for a very trim diaper, which I really like. I don’t have a nighttime love yet.

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  233. Jennifer D Says:

    I can’t say that I have one perfect diaper but my favorites are BGEs, Tots Bots Easy FIts and Fuzzibuns small.

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  234. Greta Lyn Says:

    Is there a perfect diaper? :) we love our Chelory AI2 and would love to try an AIO!

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  235. Amber Says:

    I’m not sure yet. I keep trying different brands cuz I’m new but I do reach for my bumgenuis more than anything.

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  236. Talia Says:

    The perfect diaper, eh? I’d like to give it a try! Right now, the closest I have is my Blueberry bamboo pocket.

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  237. Stephanie G. Says:

    Our “perfect” diapers right now are BG 3.0/4.0 pockets, Alvababy pockets, and my own homemade pocket fitteds!

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  238. Jennifer Perritte Says:

    Nothing is absolutely perfect, but I love grovia!!

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  239. Rachel B Says:

    After months of prefolds and covers my new obsession is AIO. I can’t wait for my LO to grow into some sized BG’s I scored in a seconds sale last year.

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  240. Katie Says:

    I like the grovia, bum genius and diaper rite but I don’t think any of them are perfect

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  241. Jeniffer Smith Says:

    I love the BumGenius Freetime. :)

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  242. Margaret Harmon Says:

    I like grovia shells with grovia stay dry inserts.

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  243. Melanie Says:

    I’ve yet to find it, but my favorite would be one that didn’t seep out the back overnight with just one insert!

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  244. esther Says:

    I love my Softbums Omni, stuffed or snapped, microfiber or bamboo, I don’t think I’ve ever had a leak (after the perfect fit was found). My boy is tall, with a crazy skinny waist and thunder thighs, so the snap down rises don’t work very well most of the time.

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  245. Crystal Says:

    The closest to perfect so far is a tie for me: bottombumpers and grasshopper. The side-snapping AI2 style works best here!

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  246. Katy Says:

    I don’t have A perfect diaper, but I do have diapers that are pretty perfect for the situation. I also have a pretty varied stash so if next baby is a different shape than my first two, we still have something that fits.

    And, just so you know, I keep a small supply of “lightly” stuffed diapers on hand for that 1-2 hour stretch before bedtime. Because, yes, I also used to have that dilemma. :)

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  247. Rachael Says:

    No “one perfect” diaper around here. Different diapers for different uses. But I’m very interested in the wicking jersey and the bamboo. And one more put together diaper for Hubby to use is always nice. Here’s to hoping!

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  248. Bridgett P Says:

    Perfect diaper? Hmmm. Trim fitting, absorbent, snaps, AIO; super cute prints; and baby doesn’t poop in it!

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  249. Natalie Says:

    I would love to try this diaper! So far Softbums has been perfect for my kids.

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  250. Andrea Drake Says:

    We have only tried a few different kinds, but I truly love my prefolds – especially the unbleached from Green Mountain Diapers. I love Thirsties Duo and Rumparoos covers :)

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  251. Cassy Says:

    I make my own diapers so they are custom fit for my littles :)

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  252. Rachel Says:

    So far I only have bG 4.0 and they work great! But I can’t wait to try some new ones. My little one soaks them at night and she is only sleeping 6 hours.

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  253. Danyelle Bunko Says:

    We don’t really have one perfect diaper, because of that we have diapers divided out for before daycare, daycare, after daycare and nighttime. I would love 1 perfect diaper :)

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  254. Danyelle Bunko Says:

    I have a heavy wetter so it would be great to see how these do during the night for us.

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  255. Alanna Naylor Says:

    My husband and I love the BG Elementals. I also really live the bitti tutto. I just had the ‘hour before bedtime’ diaper dilemma.

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  256. Lisa Burrows Says:

    My #1 are ragababe. AIOs.

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  257. Jen Says:

    I use SupderUndies nighttime diapers at night for my 4 year old nighttime wetter. I was using the training diapers for during the day with my 3 year old for long trips or outings, but despite the fact he is average size, the size recommended for him is too snug. Can’t send them back now because they have been washed and dried (I think perhaps they shrunk a little in the wash :(

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  258. Kelly Says:

    I don’t have a perfect diaper yet, but I prefer aio or pockets for easiness.

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  259. Katie Baier Says:

    My perfect so far are BG Elementals

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  260. Katie Baier Says:

    I would love to try this diaper. I’m especially interested in the Jersey as my daughter gets rashes from micro suede.

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  261. Tiffany Says:

    I am loving my Flip OS cover and the stay dry insert…they really do stay dry!

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  262. Danielle S. Says:

    I love chelory! would love to win a new stay dry!

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  263. Danielle Says:

    I’m still new to clot diapering and on a really low budget…so I haven’t been able to try a whole lot out yet. I have gDiapers, various china-made pockets, a Wahmies pocket, vintage Gerber velcro covers, and Thirsties covers. So far I really prefer my prefolds with Thirsties covers during the day and a couple of the pockets work really well at night. The hubby loves the gDiapers.

    I’m still on the hunt for something that’ll make me say “oh I just love this diaper!”

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  264. Rachel S. Says:

    perfect is a BG 4.0 stuffed twice for day time night time eco posh with wool cover

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  265. Rachel S. Says:

    I am always looking for the new a free diaper lol

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  266. Angie Says:

    I love my kissaluvs AIO and my bummis bamboo fitteds with thirsties covers. Still looking for my perfect diaper though!

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  267. Dana Says:

    I haven’t tried more than BG 4.0 and prefolds but I really like the price, ease and durability of prefolds!

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  268. Deidre Davis Says:

    oh, just wanted to mention–I have three SB Econappis that had microfiber/bamboo inserts and you are right–bamboo rules! They soaked up more than my BG’s stuffed w/ both inserts!

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  269. Deidre Davis Says:

    The easiest diapers I have are probably my Bum Genius 3.0 or 4.0s, but IDK if they are perfect since they don’t fit newborns. I have 6 newborn BG AIOs to try out with this baby, and I’m interested in seeing how I like them. I’ve never tried AIOs before.

    I am one of those weird mamas who actually uses flats w/ covers, lol. I just bought the BG for my MIL to use so my son could stay in cloth when I went back to work. I really liked WeeHuggers covers. They were pretty close to perfect. I can’t think of one complaint about them, actually! The size was great, there were gussets (LOVE gussets), the inside has bamboo flaps to hold flats, prefolds, etc. in place that don’t feel wet even when the insert does, yup–pretty perfect! I bought several of these when Swaddlebees and Blueberry diapers sold them. SB and BB are my go-to brands and they have never disappointed either. I LOVE all of my covers from them–Swaddlebees ABC Snap Wraps, Blueberry mini coveralls, Blueberry one size coveralls, Blueberry minky diaper covers…do you see a pattern? lol

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  270. Misty Henry Says:

    My personal Perfect diaper is Goo Goo Buns. I wonder if this diaper you’ve reviewed could change my mind about AIOs?

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  271. Renee S Says:

    I hAvent found a perfect cloth diaper for oh families use yet but I am going to try prefolds with the LO on he way today. I’ve heard great hints about them

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  272. Renee S Says:

    I have never used anything but microfiber in dipes so hearing how much this diaper absorbed makes me curious to try some bamboo.

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  273. Constance Says:

    The tots bots easy fit. But these look awesome too!

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  274. Alicia in the SC Says:

    My favorites are probably Flip covers with bamboo inserts. I recently tried Rumparooz and am quickly falling in love with those. My newest trial (only tried once so far) are the newest of the Fuzzi Bunz line. So far, I like them.

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  275. courtney Says:

    The near perfect diaper for my 4 month old is an unbleached flat with a Rumparooz cover.

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  276. Julie Benirschke Says:

    The closest to perfect diapers for my 12 week old are our Ragababes (except for price and availability) and BumGenius 4.0.

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  277. Amy hess Says:

    The diaper is an aio, that fits great with no leaks, easy to spray and wash plus quick dry time

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  278. Jessica Says:

    Totally feel you on the night time dilemma! Do I risk an hour in over night diaper or possible waste a clean day time diaper lol! We currently use bum genius at night, but have had a few leaks here and there if she stays in it too long :(

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  279. Marie Says:

    Our most near perfect diaper at the moment would be Peachy Green AIOs!

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  280. Katie Says:

    Still searching for the perfect cloth diaper.

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  281. Monica Barrientes Says:

    Sadly, even after over 3 years of cloth diapering, I haven’t found my “perfect” cloth diaper. But we love goodmamas with wool! Those are my go to bullet proof nighttime option. :)

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  282. Lorrie Says:

    I love Chelory diapers! The prints are so cute and they’re flawlessly made and keep all sorts of nastiness in- no leaks! The hook and loop do not curl up and the only way I thought they could get any better was if they were stay dry…. so now I think they’ll be perfect for us. :)

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  283. rachel Says:

    My favorite dipes are made by a wahm.
    I’ve ordered 3 custom newborn fitted AIOs from her. They’re made with velvety soft bamboo velour inners, & she will even hand dye them to your specifications.
    Kaybaby Bamboo on facebook.
    Yummiest. Diapers. Ever.

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  284. irina Says:

    Grasshoppers!

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  285. Julie Says:

    It’s been a few years since my last baby in diapers. She’ll be 5 in September. That’s when our next baby is due. :) I don’t know that I ever found a perfect diaper with my two cloth diapered babies so far. I guess the ones I liked the best were the old style Fuzzi Bunz. I’ll have to start over again with this baby since my silly hubby tossed my entire stash a couple of years ago. It seems like there are a lot of new diapers out there I’d never heard of before so I’d love to try this one. :)

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  286. Melissa Says:

    prefold with doubler and wool longies for night, and homemade fitteds with wool or pul cover over for day have proved to be perfect for me.

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  287. Penelope Says:

    Flips and Grovia’s (hybrids)!!!!

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  288. Heather Says:

    I have a hard time straying from my bum genius diapers.

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  289. Katie Says:

    My perfect cloth diaper would wash itself! Since that’s not possible, this would be a close second!

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  290. Kiersten Says:

    The closest to perfect diaper I have right now are the new Tots Bots Easy Fits. My only complaint is that the snaps are hard to do!

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  291. Heather Says:

    I love Ragababe but they are expensive for a sized diaper so my 10 week old had just 1 nb sized one and we loved it until he outgrew it. My 2 year old has an entire stash in size Large that my baby will eventually use. I may just have to try one of these. I have one of the organic AIOs but it isn’t stay dry.

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  292. Deltaflute Says:

    Glad you asked because I haven’t found the perfect diaper. Either it’s because I’m too picky or it’s out there waiting to be discoered.

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  293. Darien McG Says:

    My perfect diaper right now is an Applecheecks paired with a bamboo g-flapper insert made by The Nappe Shoppe. Perfect fit & absorbs a TON!

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  294. Rebecca Says:

    I have been wanting to try these on my newbie baby and can always use another AIO for the hubs…love that it has wicking material and bamboo. May just need to buy one soon. Thanks for the chance to win one

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  295. Erika Says:

    So far my perfect ones have been the Bum Genius Elementals….but they are wearing out! Can’t wait to try the Chelory, they sound perfect for daycare.

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  296. Laura Says:

    I haven’t used cloth yet, but I’m very excited to start my stash for my son due in July!

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  297. Courtney Roybal Says:

    I’m a pocket diaper lover, but since having baby #2 I am wanting to venture out and try more now that I feel as if I know what I am truly doing with cloth. I haven’t found the “perfect” diaper yet for us, still hoping!

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  298. Kristie Says:

    I’m partial to kite folded flats under a Thirsties cover. My hubby likes FuzziBunz pockets.

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  299. Angela Vogel Says:

    My perfect cloth diaper…I really do like Bum Genius pocket diapers. They are the first pocket I ever tried and I always go back to them!

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  300. Maddy Says:

    Gosh, I’m so limited in the diapers we’ve been able to try/use that ‘perfect’ for me is anything that fits well around the legs! So far, that’s been Blueberry Coveralls & Babykicks 3g Bumboo pockets.

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  301. Janel Jasper Says:

    I really only used a few AIO’s for when my baby was a newborn. Since then I’ve switched over mostly to pocket diapers (BumGenius, a couple of Fuzzibunz, and two Rumparooz). I’ve really enjoyed the Rumparooz on my boy, but this is my firstborn and I’m still only a few months into cloth diapering. I’d be interested in seeing how AIO’s fair on him now that he’s bigger since we’ve got a clothesline set up and things dry out here ridiculously quickly.

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  302. Lina Says:

    None. Flips are kind of nice right now.

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  303. Jena Says:

    Chelory will not fit a newborn. When you snap down to the smallest setting the soaker is crazy bunched and would look and probably feel very uncomfortable. I believe the Chelory website claims it fits bigger babies, or it used to.

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  304. Tarah Says:

    I haven’t tried too many different types of diapers but so far I’m in love with kissaluvs fitteds and rumparooz covers. I’m also getting the hang of BG 4.0. Can’t wait to try more diapers as my cloth diaper journey continues. :)

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  305. ally soros Says:

    Right now the perfect diaper for me is a Mother-ease Sandys fitted. He is a super heavy wetter, and this diaper does the trick for sleeping through the night, and waking up to dry jammies and bedding.

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  306. Kindy Says:

    Currently expecting twins and are looking forward to cloth diapering!

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  307. Stephanie Fraley Says:

    I love Simplex, except for the snaps that keep breaking.

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  308. Ana Says:

    Our favorite cloth diapers are Best Bottom Diapers. Very anxious to try a Chelory!

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  309. Patti B Says:

    My perfect diaper? Don’t have one yet. Still searching for something easy for hubby, doesn’t leak for my heavy wetters, and doesn’t stink over time in our really hard water! Current favorite pocket brand is Rumparooz, current favorite AIO is Grovia (it took awhile for them to become more absorbant…at first they leaked easily), and favorite new combo I am trying are flip covers with different natural inserts like cotton flats:)

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  310. Christine M Tubbytelly Says:

    The perfect cloth diaper is one that washes itself :)

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  311. Jen Says:

    Would love to try these. I love regular prefolds with Thirsties Duo Wraps.

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  312. Serena Says:

    I love Flips and Bum Genius Pockets

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  313. Elizabeth S Says:

    Hm. I think the PERFECT cloth diaper would be a touch more affordable. :) But interesting article!

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  314. laura Says:

    I have yet to find it, I just started cloth two days ago!!!! So far SO GOOD!!!!

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  315. Trina Wilson Says:

    One that is easy to use and doesn’t leak

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  316. Kim Says:

    Would love to try a new AIO – we use Thirsties for nighttime and they’ve worked great for our 10mo girl. Would love to add a new one to our stash though!!

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  317. Christena Says:

    I haven’t starting CDing yet (waiting 17 months to adopt a newborn) – am currently building my stash, but I’m pretty sure my favorite will be AIOs :)

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  318. Sara Says:

    My favorites so far are my BG 4.0s, and suprisingly, my prefolds.

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  319. Beth Says:

    I just starter cloth 2 1/2 weeks ago. My boy is 5 weeks old. We use prefolds and thirsties covers at day and sustainablebabyish at night, but we still have problems. I couldn’t say that any of it is my favorite. It is all so bulky on my little one. Every time we figure things out something else goes wrong. I just knitted some wool soakers for night, but I still need to lanolize them. Hopefully we will figure it out soon. Still like them better than yucky disposables!

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  320. Rose Says:

    I like AIO’s that are good for sensitive skin and don’t leak. :)

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  321. Ashley Bond Says:

    Right now my favorite diaper is either my bumGenius freetimes or my one and only tots bots easy fit. It’s hard to choose a perfect one. I really don’t have one I don’t love :)

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  322. Shelley G Says:

    I’m still seeking my absolute perfect cloth diaper. But the closest i have come is a WAHM diaper or two instead of the mass produced ones. :-)

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  323. Lori Says:

    I love our BG Elementals!!!! But am trying these out bc I like bamboo too!!!!

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  324. Felisha Martin Says:

    My favorite are fitteds and wool, But I’d love to try this.

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  325. Chelsea S. Says:

    BGE’s and g’s are my fav commercial for wahms I like miss minky

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  326. Chelsea S. Says:

    I would love to try one I have been wanting to for a while

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  327. Amanda F. Says:

    Our favorite daytime diaper are best bottoms and our favorite night time diapers are 2 flour sack flats with a hemp doubler or hemp flat in the middle (18 month old) or a flip stay dry on top of an Imagine prefold that is folded around a hemp babies flat (3 year old). Both boys wear Imagine covers overnight. I would love to try bamboo though!

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  328. Nicole T Says:

    I’m still new to cloth diapering so a diaper that is easy to get on, doesn’t leak and isn’t too bulky!

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  329. hollie n. Says:

    right now i am really loving on bububibi. we line dry and the bamboo inserts absorb a LOT and dry WAY faster than any of the other inserts i have..even MF

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  330. Cheryl Says:

    I don’t have a perfect diaper find yet – I’m still waiting on my first child to be born (is it August yet?). I’m enjoying learning about cloth diapers, though. This one looks like a great one!

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  331. Mj Mac Says:

    My perfect cloth diaper would have to be a trim, absorbent, stay dry AIO …like chelorys!

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  332. Anne Says:

    I have only been cloth diapering for about 8 weeks so I haven’t found a perfect diaper for my heavy wetter…. So far best I’ve found is a BG 4.0 with a microfiber & hemp insert or a bamboozle with a flip cover.

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  333. Britanie Myers Says:

    I haven’t found the perfect diaper yet. I love my BG 4.0’s for day time but I have yet to find a good night time diaper.

    PS- You are drawing the winner the day before my birthday… :)

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  334. paige Says:

    I don’t have a perfect cloth diaper yet because we haven’t got to try any out yet. Our baby girl arrives in September and I can’t wait to try out the cloth diapers and see which becomes our perfect cloth diaper.

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  335. Tara Says:

    My favorite for DD ended up being the Grovia – at that time Grobaby. For the newest LO I haven’t found it yet as he isn’t here yet.

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  336. Hope B Says:

    My perfect cloth diaper is one that is cute and absorbent… still looking for that.

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  337. Karianne Says:

    My perfect cloth diaper is a trim AIO!! One thing that bothers me about cloth diapers is that my baby has to wear a larger size in clothes than he would with disposables.. And with an AIO I wouldn’t have to stuff lol :-D

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  338. susanne wedel Says:

    my perfect diaper is definitely out of bamboo. it prevents rashes for our little one. i like elementals and grovia aio for their absorbency and trimness. so, if it’s trim, does not leak and does not leave any read marks, it’s great. add bamboo makes it perfect.

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  339. Neva Says:

    I don’t really have a perfect diaper, but it would be trim, double gussetted, leakproof, and cute

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  340. Heather Says:

    I have heard awesome things about these!

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  341. Mande Says:

    Right now I’m loving the Kawaii Baby. My baby is a heavy wetter 24/7 and the Kawaii Baby lasts thought the night and his skin is dry in the morning!

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  342. Katie Santiago Says:

    Top of my list right now are my bumgenius 4.0s, but I’m open to new loves!

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  343. Lacosta L Says:

    I don’t have a perfect diaper yet but my almost perfect right now is a FB Med. (the really old style) because of the extra snap to tighten around the legs.

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  344. Amanda Smith Says:

    I am loving my Grovia AIOs right now! Natural fibers, trim, and easy to wash/dry!

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  345. Danielle Says:

    It looks very similar to the Elemental to me, not thrilled that they catch poop between all the layers for that “poops goes everywhere” phase, but love the fast drying time! Also love the idea that it’s stay dry since my guy (and others) hate that wet feeling!

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  346. Camille Says:

    Always excited to find out about new CDs!

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  347. Krista Says:

    My baby is only 5 weeks old, so I am still undecided on the perfect diaper.

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    • Kat Says:

      I’m sure it’s a great diaper but definitely can’t afford it ! That goes into my reasoning when I name the perfect diaper.

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  348. Bekka Says:

    I absolutely love *almost* any diaper stuffed with bamboo! It is the ONLY thing to keep my heavy wetter dry for up to 9 hours at night (he sleeps 9 hours,eats and goes back down for another 4ish hours). Right now we use FuzziBunz OS Elites with a minky and a large bamboo insert. Would love to try this bamboo-stuffed AIO! Hubs would love not to have to stuff a night time dipe haha

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  349. Krista Says:

    I don’t have any AIO and really want to try some out!

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  350. Rio Says:

    So far the perfect cd for my dd is a flip.

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  351. Kristin Harry Says:

    prefold with wool cover!

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  352. Sandi Says:

    I like Grovia AIO

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