The Best One Sized Cloth Diaper for a Newborn

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One sized cloth diapers are great but they usually don’t start fitting well until your baby is at least 12lbs.

This creates a dilemma for new parents:  Buy newborn cloth diapers or use disposables until baby fits into one-sized diapers.

I am elated to have found a solution to this dilemma!

Peachy Baby cloth diapers is a brand new line launched by successful owners of Anne Marie Padorie cloth diapers.  Peachy Baby is and All-in-Two system proudly made in Canada.

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The system consists of a waterproof shell and bamboo inserts.  The shell has serging all around, 3 rise settings, crossover snap and a soft microfleece inner.  The inserts are bamboo and are available in small or large sizes (sold as a 2pk).

Peachy Baby diapers are designed to fit babies starting at 6lbs and ranging up to 40lbs.

The placement of the rise snaps allows for a greater adjustment for newborns. The newborn rise is 10 1/2″ and the largest setting is 17 1/2″.

FIT:  Finley was born 8lbs 2oz.  Peachy Baby surprised me when I tried it on him.  I did not expect to find a one-sized diaper that fit a newborn and that wasn’t bulky.  The design of the shell combined with the bamboo inserts allows for a very trim fit on a small baby.

Camden hasn’t had the privilege of wearing the Peachy Baby diapers because I hoard them for Finley.  I went in as he was going to bed last night and told him he had to model it for me.

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The best part about Peachy Baby on a newborn isn’t the trimness.  It’s how beautifully it wraps around my baby providing full coverage at all areas.

What is the one thing every new parent wants to avoid with any diaper (cloth or disposable)?  Blowouts and leaks.  Peachy Baby totally has this covered.  Elastic in the back AND front plus the very gentle serging and elastic at the legs ensures that no runny poo is getting out!

With the crossover wing snap and infant rise setting I am able to get a snug fit on Finley.

Oh, and guess what? No red marks on those precious baby legs!

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SOAKER: Peachy Baby soakers are made of 70% bamboo/30 % cotton and come in small and large sizes.  The small can be used by itself for a newborn or combined with the large for heavier wetters or longer periods of wear time.

ABSORBENCY: This is my slam dunk nighttime solution for Finley and has been since he was born.  I wish I had more than 2!

When I put a Peachy Baby diaper with both the small and large inserts on Finley for night I rest easy knowing I won’t have wet sheets in the morning. 

I don’t change babies at night so finding a diaper that will absorb and contain is crucial! 

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VALUE: Shell retails for $18, 2pk of inserts for $10. With the size range of Peachy Baby this is a great value.  Investing in them from the beginning could mean years of use.  Peachy Baby is a choice system for cloth diapering an infant and a toddler.

WHERE TO BUY: In Canada you can purchase from PeachyBaby.ca or AbbySprouts.com and in the US from itsybitsybums.com.  More and more stores will be added to the retailer list as the word of this great line spreads.

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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. Autumn enjoys writing but would choose camping with her family any day!

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240 Responses to “The Best One Sized Cloth Diaper for a Newborn”

  1. Sarah S Says:

    I can’t wait to have baby #3 to CD a newborn. I did sposies with oldest and started cloth with my son when he was 6 months old.

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  2. Jessica O Says:

    Awesome review, I will be bookmarking this for sure! We are TTC and I didn’t start using cloth with my daughter until she was 5 months old, but if we are blessed with another, we will start from birth!

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  3. Jill Caywood Says:

    I found a site that offers a great selection: unbleached diapers, organic diapers, you name it!

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  4. Britni Bradford Says:

    DD is 21-22 lbs

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  5. Delphine Says:

    Due in 10 days, planning on diapering from the beginning :).

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  6. Randi S Says:

    My oldest son weighed 6 pounds 15 ounces.
    This time around, I’d like to try to cloth diaper early on, but unless we find great deals on newborn diapers might do disposable until the one size fit…I’d hate to shell out a ton of money for just a brief period!!

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  7. Nicole Says:

    My son was 8.5 pounds and my daughter 6.5 pounds. I used disposables until she fit into the bum genius one size, which took about two months. This time around (due in June) I would really love to start using cloth in the hospital. This post has come at a great time as I have just started weighing pros and cons of buying newborn diapers or using disposables. Regardless of whether I win, I will definitely be looking into this diaper!

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  8. lmellmann Says:

    My first two were 1 lb 3 oz and 1 lb 5 oz but they both passed away when they were 7 days old. My 3rd is 6 lb 3 oz and we’ve been cloth diapering her since 2 months. She was 9lbs and really skinny for her height (in the bottom 1%) and she fit in the Flip OS just fine with those skinny legs.

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  9. Aileen W Says:

    My 22 m.o. was 7 lbs, 2 oz at birth.

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  10. Ally Says:

    I am expecting a son in July and both the father and I are shorter than average. I really want to use cloth diapers from the beginning but am afraid that my son will be too small in the beginning newborn months. Hopefully these diapers will work be small enough yet also big enough when he is older.

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  11. Patricia Barnes Says:

    My 20 month old weighed 7lbs 8oz. Now hes 35lbs, he got big fast lol!

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  12. Larissa Says:

    O was 9 lbs 10 oz at birth, but then it was a slow climb to his current 20-ish pounds now at 11 months!

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  13. chi Says:

    My baby weighed 6lbs 8oz.

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  14. domestic diva Says:

    My baby isn’t here yet (coming soon!), but I plan to use CDs from the start.

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  15. Amanda Says:

    I have 3 children a 4 year old 2 year old and a 1 year old baby number 4 due in August. First baby weighed 7 1/2 pounds second baby weighed 6 pounds and third weighed almost 8 3/4 pounds so we will see what the fourth will weigh. I have clothed diaper all my children with cotton flat diapers and pull on bummis and dappi covers.

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  16. Bridgett P Says:

    My daughter, who is 22 months, weighed 7lbs at birth. We started cloth with her around 5 months, when she was about 15 lbs. She’s an absolute peanut still- only weighs 24 lbs.
    Her brother is due in June, and we expect he’ll be around 7lbs also. We’re looking forward to his arrival, and our first go-around at cloth diapering a newborn!

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  17. Lily Ivey Says:

    She was born at 33 weeks exactly 5 lbs.

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  18. sandra Says:

    we do plan on cloth diapering from day 1… :)

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  19. Heather Says:

    We are planning to use cloth when our baby arrives in May.

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  20. Ashley Says:

    Oh a diaper which could hold my little man’s overnight wetness. even with disposables he still wakes up with wet sheets most nights. This diaper sounds like a must try!! Thanks Autumn

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  21. Carmen Rodriguez Says:

    Baby in August did a load of research for last little one but monetary find were low. I would love to start and finish with this one coming up.

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  22. Maria Says:

    I would love to try one of these.. I apparently make small babies with super skinny legs!

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    • Maria Says:

      Sorry.. I obviously have issues reading lol..

      My first born was 6lbs 4oz’s..

      Will be cloth diapering from the beginning with the next one though..

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  23. MamaG Says:

    My lo is due any day now. Can’t wait to cd from the beginning!

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  24. Krista C. Says:

    6 lbs 13 oz!

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  25. Sara Says:

    Very excited to test this diaper out on a friend’s squish due late April!

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  26. Lori Says:

    9 pounds two ounces

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  27. Tonya Peters Says:

    My son who is now almost 2 was 8lbs 3oz when born. We didn’t use cloth the first three month partly because I hadn’t done enough research to buy before he was born and partly because we just didn’t want to deal with it. Now that #2 is on the way I’d really like to use cloth from the beginning and these dipes look like a great option. It’s be really great to win one!

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  28. Stephanie Says:

    My baby girl was 6lbs 9oz.

    Baby number two on the way and we are going to cloth from birth.
    Would soo love to give these a try!

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  29. Kristi Says:

    Just starting my research and this is super helpful! Thank you!

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  30. Stephanie Says:

    We are trying for a second baby and I am considering using cloth diapers. The only ick is our front loading machine – not sure how good it would be to clean diapers.

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  31. Katie W Says:

    My girl is 16 wks and weighs 18 lbs.

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  32. alissa Says:

    I was late to the CD world. My son is 28 pounds now and we just started

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    […] Peachy Baby.  Fits from newborn to toddler (I’ve used on both) and is wide enough in the crotch to add plenty of absorbency and still have a seal at the legs.  Also around the legs is a gentle serged trim.  Serging is excellent as assisting in the containment of runny newborn poo! Peachy Baby is made by the same company as AMP (Anne Marie Padorie) Diapers and is made almost entirely in Canada. […]

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