The Best One Sized Cloth Diaper for a Newborn


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.


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.


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!


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! 


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 or and in the US from  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. You can read more from Autumn over at

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

  1. Krista Says:

    My son is 15 months and 30 pounds!


  2. Randi Says:

    My currents babes in diapers are 2yo @ 28lbs and 11.5mo @ 19lbs. IF we were to have another, I would NOT use disposables!!! I didn’t start cding until my youngest was already 6 months and am STILL kicking myself that I hadn’t been doing so all along (she is my FIFTH child).


  3. Krysta Says:

    I love hearing about other CDN cloth diaper companies. I currently don’t have a baby, but will cloth the moment I do!!!


  4. Michelle Lee Says:

    9lbs 8oz and 8lbs 6oz!


  5. Karen Says:

    She weighed 7lbs 2 oz at birth and it now 19.7 lbs at 9 months. I love my Amp diapers and recently bought a Peachy Baby to try out :)


  6. Ashley Says:

    21 pounds 2 ounces


  7. crystal Says:

    We have 2 in diapers currently, the oldest weighed 7lb 8oz and the youngest weighed 7lb 7oz!


  8. Kiersten Says:

    My baby girl was 7lb7oz when she was born. She is now 8 months, 16lb.


    • Melanie Says:

      My son was 7lb7ox at birth and 12 lb 7 oz now at 6 months. Love the fit of these diapers and that they are truly a birth to potty training system!


  9. abigail morris Says:

    10 lbs. 1 oz…..and growing fast! I was so greatful for the awesome midwife I had. And God’s mercy on us.


  10. Faith Says:

    Charlotte Joy was 6# 15oz. These look amazing!!!!


  11. Theresa Says:

    5lbs 15oz at birth and is now 7 weeks and according to our bathroom scale, 8.8 lbs. Most one size diapers are too big though we do use BG 3.0 leftover from my 4 yr old. I’ve tried Grovia OS and Flip and both are HUGE on him.


  12. Lacey J Says:

    My DD was 6.9 at birth, and far too little for any of our diapers, at 14 months she’s 31lbs and now too big for some! We’re still looking for that “perfect” fit!


  13. Sam Says:

    My son is 15 months and 25 lbs!


  14. Kelly J Says:

    Peanut was 6 lb 10 oz when he was born.


  15. Jess Says:

    No baby yet, but we are going to CD once we are out of the pack of disposables the hospital gives us!


  16. Bonita Says:

    My son was 8 lb 3 oz at birth. Not sure how much now at one week!


  17. Laura Says:

    My girlie was 8’6 at birth and now at one is 21-22 lbs I think. :)


  18. Kristen Says:

    My 20 month old was just over 6lbs when he was born. I actually used some preemie prefolds for a week or so along with the newborn ones.


  19. lynn Says:

    my daughter weighed 7lbs at birth and it 17lbs now


  20. Roberta Says:

    My baby weighed 9 lbs 8 oz. at birth and is now 19 lbs. I love the look of the fit of this diaper.


  21. MicheleC Says:

    My little man was 9 lbs 10 oz, so we started in with the regular-sized diapers right away. Nothing “newborn” fit him (even the disposable they put on him in the delivery room was too small…he needed a size 1).


  22. Christine Barrios Says:

    No baby yet, I plan on using cloth diapers from the beginning, just like I was :)


  23. Andrea Says:

    Autumn! Thank you so much for this post! I’m expecting my first and really, really want to use cloth diapers from the very begninning. It’s all new to me, and I’m delighted to read this review. I’m certain that Peachy Baby One Size cloth diapers will be on my must have list. Thanks again!


  24. Julia Says:

    My baby is almost one and weighs 22lbs now! Was 7lb 10oz when born.


  25. Britney B Says:

    My current baby was 6lbs 6oz at birth, as was my previous baby. This little guy is now almost 10 lbs and I am struggling with diaper solutions as the newborn diapers don’t fit anymore and most one-sizes drown him. I would love to give Peachy Baby a try!


  26. Athena Says:

    My Fav diaper now has a newborn too but it’s not one size. Now my first was 9 lbs 3ozs at birth. She was also only 19.5 inches long so a chunky monkey for sure. I expect my next will have no trouble fitting in O/S diapers from the start as well so I guess having smaller ones isn’t a huge need around here but if I do get graced witha small baby I’ll keep these in mind for sure.


  27. Sarah Bradley Says:

    both my girls are in cloth — oldest is around 28 lbs right now, and my new squish was 7lbs 15 oz at her last dr’s appointment.


  28. Raquel Beaty Says:

    My 20 month old weighs between 25 and 30 lbs. I also have another one on the way in July, and I will use cloth from the start! Hopefully in the hospital too!


  29. Harmony Jensen Says:

    7 lb. 8 oz.


  30. Jessica Says:

    My 2nd baby (1st cloth diapered baby) was 12 lbs 8 oz at birth! It was a little shocking to have a baby that big. He didn’t even fit into newborn disposable diapers! Too bad I hadn’t even considered cloth then! By the time he was 3 months old and going through loads of size 3 disposables, I started using cloth and have loved it ever since. I am now pregnant with #3, due in October and hoping to have a baby under 10 lbs, lol (my first was a reasonable 7 lbs 10 oz). So I’m looking for some one size options that will fit from birth, whatever the size of the baby. My big guy is 27 lbs at 16 months and always 99th percentile for height, getting quite tall and slim!


  31. Anne Sweden Says:

    Erik is 10 pounds and we’d love to try this on him! Looks kind of like AppleCheeks.


  32. Lauren Simms Says:

    My first was 8#, second was 8 1/2 and now I’m anticipating the birth of our third who they expect to be around 9#. We’ve cloth diapered part-time with the first 2 and now we’re hoping to use cloth from birth.


  33. Lauren Simms Says:

    My first was 8#, second was 8 1/2 and now I’m anticipating the birth of our third who they expect to be around 9#


  34. April Says:

    I was planning on using the chemical free (possible Honest Co.) before our daughter (due in May) grows into the cloth diapers we’ve been building up a stash of. I am still undecided but would love to use cloth right away.


  35. Jenny Says:

    Simeon was 9lbs 12 oz when born and now my ‘lil man’ is almost 11 months already! Time goes way too fast!!! He weighs about 22 lbs.
    We cloth diapered from the very start. We used lil joeys and prefolds and covers in the beginning, but it didn’t take too long till he was able to wear the OS…he grew SUPER fast! By 3 months he was almost 18 lbs!!! Thankfully his growing has planed out now :)
    I love Cloth diapering!!!


  36. Melissa Says:

    13 lbs now, 7 lbs 12 oz at birth


  37. Melissa Says:

    13 lbs at 4 months


  38. Jen Says:

    My little guy was 8lbs 8oz at birth.


  39. Natalie Says:

    My little guy was 9 lbs 7 oz. we cloth diapered him starting at about a month. Would love to cd the next one from birth!


  40. Aimee H. Says:

    Im 40 weeks and 5 days. The doctors saythe baby will likely be in the 7lb range and I will attempt cloth upon leaving the hospital!


  41. April W. Says:

    I have a 4 year old and a 2 year old, both out of diapers now, but they were 8 lbs 3 oz and 8 lbs 2 oz at birth. I used cloth on both of them, but not during the newborn stage. I am currently 10 weeks pregnant and will be using cloth from birth for this one. So excited to cloth diaper a newborn!


  42. Ashley Says:

    My baby weighed 6 pounds, 8 ounces. She was two months old before our one-size diapers fit her well.


  43. Jennifer Says:

    These sound great!


  44. Jennie Says:

    I have 3 in cloth (1 is potty-trained during the day; he only wears them at night): my 4YO was 9# at birth; my 3YO was 7# 6.5 oz; my 10 month old was 9# 3oz. Good luck, everyone!!


  45. Carrie Says:

    Sounds like a great Onesize diaper. It would be nice to be able to avoid all the leaks and fit problems when trying to diaper a newborn in a Onesize!


  46. Sharalee Says:

    Great review-I’m sold! My 11 mo old was born @ 7lbs 9 oz and we stated CD at 6 wks with prefolds and Grovia aio for newborn. It’s good to know of another trusted AIO. I can always rely on my prefolds but I like the ease of pulling out my AIO. No leaky gussets is a huge selling point for me!


  47. Karen Says:

    I’m due in about 2 weeks and we will be cloth diapering from birth. My last baby was 8lb 1 oz at birth and we cloth diapered from about 2 weeks.


  48. Grace F Says:

    My little guy weighed in at 7lbs 14oz at birth. I would have lived to cloth diaper from birth but couldn’t afford the investment. He is now 18lbs at 7 months and just started fitting nicely into most of his one size diapers. I definitely want to cloth diaper from birth with our next baby!


  49. Devon Says:

    I have 6 week old that I have been using disposables for thus far. She is a major heavy wetter and I just can’t get good coverage in my current cloth selection. I would love to try this new diaper!!

    PS–How do you NOT change diapers in the middle of the night?! I WISH! :)


  50. Kat Says:

    Awesome! My baby is due at the beginning of May, and I wanted to cloth diaper her as a newborn, but was scared that I wouldn’t be able to find a cloth that fit newborns without looking silly. Definitely trying these!


  51. Amye Says:

    7lb15oz all the one size diapers we had were way to big


  52. Mary Headlee Says:

    I plan on using cloth from the beginning, but my babies have all been pretty tiny so I hope that it works out!


  53. Janelle Says:

    I do really want to try cloth diapering from the very beginning!


  54. Emily Says:

    My current cloth baby, who is approx 16 lbs, weighed 8 lb 11 oz at birth.


  55. Lanae Says:

    7lb 10oz at birth. Now he is 18 months and probably around 20lbs


  56. Kayla Says:

    I plan to cloth diaper from the beginning — when I heard that one-size were not truly one size I kept my eye out for a used stash of newborn diapers. So I have prefolds, fitteds, and a couple AIOs that will be ready to go!


  57. Janelle Says:

    Yay! This is the exact dilemma I’ve been pondering – disposables or cloth for my newborn (due in a few months). It seems so difficult to find a diaper that fits and doesn’t leak. I really appreciate the review :)


  58. Melissa Says:

    I plan to cloth diaper from the start :)!


  59. Elisheva Says:

    I plan on using cloth from the beginning if I’m not too overwhelmed.


  60. Amanda Says:

    I am about to have my first child and I can not wait to use the cloth diapers that I have already. BUT… the are all OS AIO and I worry they will not fit the baby. I am glad that there are OS others that will fit a newborn to a toddler. It really helps when you are trying to save money.


  61. Stephanie Says:

    My soon was 7 lbs, 11 oz at birth. We started cloth at 3 weeks with prefolds and covers.


  62. Paula Says:

    8lb 11oz! 2 lbs more than her older sister, lol.


  63. Naomi Says:

    Even my thirties size 1 didnt fit my 6lb vaby. Would love to try these for #2 & avoid disposables


  64. Talia Says:

    He was 7lbs, 10oz at birth. We didn’t start using cloth diapers until he was about a month old for the reasons you mentioned; all our one size diapers were too big!


  65. Irma Says:

    Expecting baby #2 on april!!! And im making my newborn stash!! This would de perfect!


  66. Geri Fink Says:

    7#6oz birth. Went down to 6#1oz.


  67. Carmen Says:

    My son is a little over 5 months and weighs over 18 pounds…


  68. Karen Says:

    7 lbs 2 oz. We’ve had to buy new one size covers with this one, because he’s my first skinny legged baby. He’s over 12lbs now and the Flip covers I have still don’t fit around his tiny little legs.


  69. Laurie Says:

    He was a preemie, so 3 lbs., 9 1/2 oz. We started using cloth around 6 lbs.


  70. Nicole Says:

    I tried lil joeys and grovia newborn and I gave up. The lil joeys took forever to dry and I had to battle repelling issues with the fleece which caused leaks. The grovias had too many leaks in the legs for us. I just waited until she was big enough to fit in regular cloth. Too bad these weren’t around.


  71. Candace Says:

    My 19 month old only.weighs 22 lbs. But I am expecting #7 in a few months and plan to cloth diaper from beginning. This will be our third CD baby.


  72. Jessica Says:

    My babe was 8 pounds and I didn’t prepare properly for newborn cloth. Next one will be different!


  73. Lindsay Says:

    The fit of one size diapers is what has been making me nervous about cloth diapering from the beginning. So I plan on using disposables, but maybe I’ll win these to start cloth right away! T minus 3 weeks!


  74. Jennifer Perritte Says:

    Mine was 7 pounds 4 ounces but we don’t start until about 8 months because I dint know about them! Hopefully from the beginning next time!


  75. Alece Says:

    YDD was 7lbs 6.2 oz at birth. We’ve done cloth since we got home from the hospital. She’s 5 weeks now and I’m still using prefolds and covers. I can’t wait for her to grow into her big brother’s OS diapers! I’ve yet to find a good night time system for her that doesn’t leak…


  76. Mandy Says:

    6lbs 2 oz for both my previous babies. We’ll see if #3 sticks with the trend in September!


  77. Heather Mills Says:

    My little guy was 7 lbs 12 oz and we started at about 1 week old. :)


  78. Lisa Says:

    My son was 9 lb, 4 oz at birth. We didn’t use cloth on him right in the beginning, mostly because of size. Also because I was a little intimidated!


  79. jessica long Says:

    I am hoping to use cloth from the word go with baby number 2, I dont know though I am going to be having a c-section so I might use the NB sized diapers that they give away at the hospital but I am SO SO NOT BUYING A SINGLE DISPOSABLE!!! Even If my BABY GETS A RASH I will have liners and special “Rash” diapers that I will strip and wash seperatly.


  80. Erica Riedel Says:

    He weighed 7lbs9oz at birth and currently is 20+lbs at 7 months.


  81. Marianne Says:

    My LO was 6lbs 8oz at birth. We were out of newborn and size small diapers by 3m because he was 10.5lbs at a month and 15lbs at 3m! We used cloth from the beginning.


  82. Kelsey Mackey Says:

    6lbs 7ozs


  83. Erica Riedel Says:

    Can’t wait to try these! I’ve been looking for a good night time system and I have a feeling this is it.


  84. Melissa Says:

    6lb 6 oz at birth now 14 weeks and 9lbs 8oz.. growing painfully slowww


  85. Kate Says:

    Both of my babies have been right about 6.5 lbs. We have our third due in May, and this diaper would be great for two in diapers!


  86. alicia emrick Says:

    7lbs and 12 oz bit haven’t tried cloth yet we don’t have small enough ones


  87. Cassie Says:

    My babies have ranged from 6 lbs 14 oz to 7 lbs 15 oz.


  88. Mandy Says:



  89. kate Says:

    Both of my babies have been about 6.5 lbs at birth, and we have our third due in May- this looks like a great option for two babies in cloth!


  90. Mary Counts Says:

    These look awesome!


    • Mary Says:

      I have a 27 lb 6 month old. I am sadly having to switch back to disposable because of the trouble I am having: 1. He fills up the front so fast that my diapers aren’t able to keep up and he leaks after 30 min of wearing them. 2. He has very very sensitive skin. He was getting horrible yeast infections from wearing them. Even if I changed him every hour to an hour and a half. Any suggestions?


  91. Billie Szczeblewsk Says:

    I’m not for sure if I will CD from the beginning but after reading this blog I might. I just wonder if they will fit newborns with clothes on?


  92. Jennifer Says:

    8lbs 2 oz.


  93. Nicole Says:

    currently have 2 larger, & much older, kids with nighttime bladder issues (70 lbs & 120) that wear HH Xl & XXL trainers, a 5 year old 40 pounder in medium HH trainers, & a 30 pound 2 1/2 year old in HH pockets & some unders…expecting baby #8 in August & have always had smaller newborns & have yet to find a nb cd solution for 5-8 pounders, which is what mine are for the first couple months….would LOVE to try this one :)


  94. Shannon Morak Says:

    I am not sure if I will use cloth diapers from the beginning


  95. Georgia B Says:

    8 pds 9 oz :-)


  96. Tamara Sz Says:

    My current baby weighs around 26 lbs.


  97. Amanda Says:

    7lb 11oz at birth, now 6 months, 19lb 3oz


  98. Kisha Says:

    currently do not have a baby, but plan to cloth diaper at day 1.
    I love hearing about new Canadian diapers!! :)



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