This One Is A Game Changer! I Wish I Could Switch Out Every One of My Cloth Diaper Inserts With This.

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This is so exciting for me. Have you ever tried something so amazing that it was a total game changer? I haven’t been around forever, but I have been cloth diapering long enough to have tried A LOT of different kinds of diapers and inserts. I have a passion for supporting products that are made in America. Throw in easy to wash and use, made to last, quality materials at a great price…what else could you possibly want? I can’t think of anything more, lol!

I say these are game changers because if I had the money I would seriously replace every…single… insert in all my diapers with this one thing. They absorb more than anything else I’ve ever tried and because they are a…prefold…they wash clean with no effort.

Alright…alright…I am totally keeping you in suspense. Drum roll please…

It’s Geffen Baby Prefolds!

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I have fallen head over heels in love with Geffen Baby’s Jersey Prefolds. They stay soft wash after wash. Absolutely no pilling. No loose threads. And I swear it seems like they could absorb all the water in our kiddie pool if I threw them in. Well, almost anyway.

I pad fold them and place in which ever cover I happen to want to use. They are seriously the trimmest cloth diaper insert or prefold I’ve ever seen. I can’t believe that I hadn’t tried these sooner.

I am saying this because I mean it…please, if you have the money and the inclination you should buy at least one of these to try. I really think you will be happy if you do.

Sophia is now two **sniff sniff**. I’ve been using the size medium/large fleece and jersey prefolds which are approx. 16” x 18.5”. They are made of 4 layers of 60% hemp/ 40% organic cotton. I prefer the jersey a little more because they stayed buttery soft after repeated washing. But the fleece is still is an amazing choice if you like that instead (and still pretty soft). Fleece blends are good at wicking moisture away. This makes them very good for little ones that are sensitive to moisture.

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Geffen Baby also has cloth wipes, flats, and sized prefolds. One interesting product they offer that isn’t available anywhere else is their Absorbers Universal Inserts. They are made with the same amazing super absorbing material and organic fleece to wick away moisture. There are sizes to fit in any cloth diaper making them an excellent choice if you are switching out something like microfiber inserts for natural fibers.

Another cool thing: Geffen Baby is partnering with WAHM’s and boutiques that are interested in including Geffen Absorbers within the diapers they sell. Since Geffen Baby has complete control of every part of the manufacturing process they are able to do special requests about size, shape, style and even fabric. So if you are a WAHM or any cloth diaper manufacturer, partnering with Geffen Baby might be an amazing opportunity to offer a first class diaper with well made, trim and super absorbing inserts!

Geffen Baby is generously giving away a prefold to two All About Cloth Diapers readers.

Congrats! Carrie T. and Amanda V. are the winners!

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About Jennifer Reinhardt

Jennifer is a 33 year old WAHM to one beautiful little girl named Sophia. She closed her business, Curves, when she found out she was pregnant so she could stay home with her. Jennifer fell in love with cloth diapers even before Sophia was born and searches for ways every day to share the love!

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295 Responses to “This One Is A Game Changer! I Wish I Could Switch Out Every One of My Cloth Diaper Inserts With This.”

  1. Ashlie Says:

    Do they run any kind of shipping promotions? Shipping is over 11 bucks!

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  2. Sarah Says:

    I think fit and absorbancy is important with out that id have tons of leaks!

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  3. Erin Says:

    A dry feeling is most important to me b/c my baby fusses when he feels wet. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  4. Amber Rumph Says:

    Absorbency

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  5. Jennifer S. Says:

    A combination of all 3! If I had to choose, I’d pick absorbancy though, followed by trimness.

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  6. jenny Says:

    Trying out cloth with my second and could really use something that will make me a believer. Trimness, absorbancy and something that doesn’t fall apart sounds great!

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  7. Angela Watson Says:

    Absorbency, closely followed by trimness.

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  8. Rosabelle Says:

    Great read, I was just wondering how these held up and performed. I have a heavy wetter.

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    • Jennifer Reinhardt Says:

      Rosabelle, I meant every word. These are so amazing I would seriously replace all of my inserts with these if I had the money. If you can buy some! You will not regret it!

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  9. April E Says:

    Trimness and cute factors are huge in my book, but if absorbency is the main point of diapers :)

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  10. Laura Says:

    Definitely absorbency. I don’t want to get pee on me an hour after a diaper change.

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  11. Beth Says:

    Absorbency is the most important for us!

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  12. Sarah Says:

    All of those things are nice of course, but what is a diaper without absorbency?

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  13. Anastasia T Says:

    I think fit and absorbency are most important. They also cannot fall apart after the first wash. SO annoying.

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  14. mellisa patterson Says:

    The most important quality is absorbency, lol isnt that what a diapers for?!?! I think quality follows in the same category. Besides that I like the fitness factor, trim isnt too big of a deal except if I want a certain pair of jeans on my son, bit for the most part all his clothing is cd friendly :)

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  15. Andrea Merrill Says:

    Absorbancy is the most important thing to me. I hate having to change sheets every single day.

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  16. Carissa Joslyn Says:

    Absorbency, because well, isn’t that what they’re for?! but i also like nice trim diapers. If they’re to bulky, I feel like they’re un comfy for my baby.

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  17. Mackenzie Quintal Says:

    I just had my 3rd child, and am doing cloth diapering. I would love to try other prefolds that are trimmer than what I am currently using. We are in newborn sizes cut soon I will need to purchase larger prefolds.

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  18. Katy M Says:

    Definitely absorbency, because if it doesn’t work then I’m not going to use it!

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  19. Sara Sherrell Says:

    I like a good fit without leaks.

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  20. Carmon Says:

    Absorbency and quality are highest on the importance but trimness is fantastic and a close second.

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  21. Mesha C. Says:

    For me the most important part of a cloth diaper is the Absorbency factor.

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  22. casey Says:

    Absolutely LOVE Geffen Baby and am going to be stocking up on their prefolds when my next little is born in February. Love the trimness and that they absorb a ton and still stay soft in the wash.

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  23. ariana Says:

    Absorption is most important! I went to the website to order a couple. Do they only sell singles? I’m used to spending 1-3 dollars on a prefold. 7 dollars is pricey!

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    • Jennifer Reinhardt Says:

      No, these are sold individually. However, the quality, absorption and trimness is much greater than you would find in a 1-3 dollar prefold. These won’t need to be doubled as often and will last through multiple children with no issues. I know that the price might be higher than you are used to spending or can afford, however they are a very good investment. You might try to see if you can find any preloved ones to buy.

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  24. Anna Kloch Says:

    Absorbency is my main concern, but trimness for day is also nice!

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  25. Kris Says:

    Absorbency and quality!

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  26. Amanda Says:

    Absorbency! My first baby is due any day now and everyone is trying to talk me out of cloth diapers because of absorbency. Ha, I’ll show them!

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  27. Jennifer Says:

    Absorbency! Such a huge thing for any diaper.

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  28. Amanda Adamek Says:

    Absorbency is by far the most important factor for me. DD1 was a super heavy wetter and I struggled keeping her dry. Hoping I have it semi figured out for LO2 coming in Nov. :)

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  29. Sarah Stewart Says:

    absorbancy and great quality is a must! my little guy is still small so a slim trim fit would be a plus!

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  30. Breanne Murray Says:

    I think the most important for me is quality materials (so we can use them through multiple babies!) and absorbency (because leaks suck) they have to be comfy and hold up well after many uses :)

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  31. Sara Heltzinger Says:

    Quality and ease of use

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  32. Kara Says:

    Good fit is what matters most to me. I don’t mind changing more often for absorbency but a leak bothers me a lot. Quality is next. We cloth diaper to save money so poor quality diapers would be pointless. I’m a huge fan of double gussets, and even though I didn’t think it would matter before I got started, trimness is important too. Cuteness matters too but it’s hard to find a cloth diaper that I don’t think is at least a little cute.

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  33. Amy Says:

    Definitely absorbency and trimness, in that order. I have some great inserts that are super absorbent, but if they’re too fluffy, I don’t get the right fit and end up with leaks. These sound right up my alley!

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  34. Deirdre Pfeffer Says:

    I really want to try these jersey cotton’s out!!! I love everything jersey cotton! Sheets, t-shirts, PJ’s, I bet they would be awesome OTB!!!

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  35. Genevieve White Says:

    Absorbency because without that you’ve just got a mess!!

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  36. nina Says:

    Absorbency is a big factor for me. Trimness a close second that is why i would be thrilled to be able to try this kind of insert :)

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  37. Anne Adams Says:

    Absorbency and ease of use

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  38. Leah Says:

    Absorbancy is definitely the biggest factor for me. If it isn’t absorbent there is no reason for the baby to be in a diaper!

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  39. Katrina Roloson Says:

    Absorbency is key! But they need to be trim too.

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  40. Heather Sanford Says:

    Absorbancy. Then how trim they are.

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  41. Carina Says:

    I’d say, trimness and non-leakiness are my top two for a good diaper.

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  42. Angelique Shaw Says:

    Most important for me is being able to absorb a decent amount and not leak.

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  43. Kayla s. Says:

    Quality is most important to me, I feel like good absorbancy and lifespan are included in this. But trimness and cuteness are a HUGE plus.

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  44. Jenn Says:

    When baby is tiny, fit takes precedence. But all my older kiddos needed a good amount of absorbency and we had some wiggle room with fit. Cuteness is always a factor though!

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  45. Viv Sluys Says:

    Absorbency and fit are the most important to me. I would love to be able to have trimness be of high importance but then I wouldn’t have any diapers I liked…

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    • Viv Sluys Says:

      Oh, the why. Absorbency because,well, that’s the point of a diaper… and fit because who wants to wear something that doesn’t fit right? and if I don’t want to wear something that doesn’t fit, why should my baby have to

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  46. Stephanie Lowe Says:

    Absorbancy most definitely!

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  47. Lauren L Says:

    Absorbency, quality, and easy laundering. I’ve heard great things about Geffen prefolds and would love to try them!

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  48. Colleen Maurina Says:

    I look for absorbency and good gussets to prevent leakage.

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  49. Kiraa Says:

    Absorbency and longevity and how easy they can wash up. I don’t have time to be fiddling with the wash routine

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  50. Angela Selby Says:

    I like versatility in a diaper, and that is why I like prefolds and flats. I can fold them different ways, use them with a waterproof cover, a wool cover, or no cover at all! I’d like to try a geffen prefold. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  51. Maggie M. Says:

    Always looking for trim inserts that actually absorb! Would love to try them!

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  52. Trisha W. Says:

    Absorbency and good fit are two keys to a good diaper.

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  53. Stephanie Wheatley Says:

    The most important features to me are an all natural material with good absorbency!

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  54. Martha G Says:

    Absorbency is the biggest factor to me; I need a diaper that holds up to my “waterfall” babies!

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  55. Catherine Says:

    Absorbency is my biggest concern because I have a toddler who is an extremely heavy wetter.

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  56. Bekah Kuczenski Says:

    My most important features for diapers are fit and absorbency.

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  57. Tiffany F. Says:

    I’m looking forward to CDing our little who is due in October. I’m be looking for really absorbent, cost-effective solutions. The Geffen prefolds sound exciting!

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  58. Kaitlin L. Says:

    Absorbency is a really good thing to have with cloth diapers. Especially during the night time. Quality is good too…they need to last for a couple years.

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  59. Morgan E. Says:

    I think all those are very important to me. I love trim diapers but if they don’t absorb well, then they are pointless! Thankfully Geffen baby products are all three! They are amazing!!! The prefolds have saved my nights!!!

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  60. Jodi Armstrong Says:

    first is absorbency, fit, lifespan because i want a quality product that will last & not leak. secondary is nice to have a trim fit :)

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  61. kendra Says:

    For me it is quality because i am in it to save money so I want something that will last but they are all important.

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  62. Bianca Says:

    Most important feature is absornency and fit.

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  63. sharon b Says:

    Absorbency, feel, and quality are the most important aspects to me. I also like to know the materials used since I prefer natural fiber inserts vs microfiber.

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  64. Meg isard Says:

    Fit absorbency are most important followed by cuteness!

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  65. Patricia B Says:

    The most important thing about a diaper to me is absorbency. I have a super heavy wetter, so I have to have super absorbent diapers.

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  66. Christina H Says:

    Quality and absorbency are the most important to me.

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  67. Judith Martinez Says:

    fit is the most important thing for me because I have a very skinny toddler.

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  68. Tara Clark Says:

    I think absorbency and comfort for baby are the most important qualities in a cloth diaper. We don’t want itchy uncomfortable babies so soft and natural materials IMO are best. Absorbency, I think comes second because obviously we don’t want leaky dipes! :)

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  69. Suzanne D Says:

    Trimness and absorbency are a tie! Both my kids have been heavy wetters and it’s hard to get good absorbency without making the diaper too bulky and creating a leaky mess!!

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  70. andrea Says:

    I’ve heard great things about this brand. Would love to win and try it out!

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  71. Emily Says:

    Absorbency is most important because I have an extremely heavy wetter!

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  72. Jamie Brewer Says:

    I would probably have to go with absorbency and quality…!

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  73. Cassie P Says:

    I am just getting started with cloth diapering, so for me right now cost and simplicity are important!

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  74. Tiffany G. Says:

    Absorbency is crucial because who wants to be constantly changing diapers, but we use prefolds and covers so trimness would definitely be a perk.

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  75. Odalys Says:

    Love how trim it is and have so absorbent at the same time..

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  76. Kim Says:

    I believe quality in cloth diapers is most important. All cloth diapers strive to be absorbant and trimness isn’t at the top of my list. Having a good stash of quality diapers that will last is vital to me.

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  77. Katie B Says:

    I’m always looking for the perfect diaper! Easy is my first priority, followed by trim and super absorbent . Would love to try something new!

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  78. Sarah Says:

    Absorbency is huge! I stack multiple layers and still get leaks because he’s a heavy wetter. I’ve heard great things about Geffen Baby!!!

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  79. Tina Browder Says:

    Definitely need some!

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  80. Erin B. Says:

    Absorbency and quality are very important (and kind of go hand in hand). If you don’t have a good quality diaper and one that is absorbent, what’s the point? You will just end up frustrated, with a lot of messes, and having wasted money.

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  81. Lauren Simms Says:

    Absorbancy, lifespan, ease of use/laundering.

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  82. Lisa Says:

    easy of use and easy of washing are very important to me.

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  83. Mary C. Says:

    I think absorbency is most important with trimness being a close second. I have a heavy wetter. He can load even the most absorbent disposable in a single naptime. It doesn’t work to have so much padding to catch the pee that the diaper cover doesn’t cover it all.

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  84. Jutta P. Says:

    We have serious Geffen Baby love in this house too! Trim, absorbent, USA made, super soft, easy to use. Need I go on? They just meet our needs. I have to add that we are also duck lovers. I have a super cute video that I need to find and post on your page…

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  85. Kailanitsa economides Says:

    I really want to try the super absorbent plus for overnight!

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  86. Jessica O Says:

    Absorbancy is super important and so is price!

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  87. Jenn Smith Says:

    Absorbency is definitely most important to me for my heavy wetter!

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  88. Barbara Says:

    I am looking forward to trying these out!

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  89. Becka Roy Says:

    Absorbancey first quality second.

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  90. Monica K Says:

    I’d love to try the Geffen inserts. Absorbency is my number one and trim follows right behind.

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  91. Mia Says:

    Absorbency and trimness! Love geffenbaby!

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  92. Mariel Says:

    I would say absorbency is really important. If the diaper can’t hold everything in then what’s the point?

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  93. Aljerene Says:

    For me a prefolds needs to be trim and absorbent.

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  94. Aljerene Says:

    ?Love prefolds?

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  95. Brittany P Says:

    Love prefolds!

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  96. Brittany P Says:

    Absorbancy: I have a little one who wets a lot, particularly first thing in the morning.

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  97. Tiffany Says:

    Will have to check them out when we need more inserts!

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  98. Brenda P Says:

    Quality and absorbency are most important to me! I want something that’s going to feel good against baby’s skin (quality) and I don’t want leaks(both)!

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  99. Alicia Says:

    Will have to try for my almost 2 year old heavy wetter!

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  100. Nola Hodgins Says:

    Cuteness and absorbency. I don’t care how cute it is if it leaks!

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  101. Sarah Buttry Says:

    I love trying new things. I would love to have one! I might just have to order.

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  102. EMuise Says:

    Would love to try these for naps and nighttime! Absorbency is key to have a happy baby and mama!

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  103. Sam Prigge Says:

    Just started cloth diapering my 6 week old and would love to try these prefolds!!

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  104. Hailli Says:

    I am always on the lookout for really trim things for my son. I think the really bulky things look uncomfortable and make it hard for him to do things like tummy time (he is 2 months old). Most of the things I’m finding have been too expensive to buy enough to stuff in all of his pocket diapers though.

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  105. janine Says:

    I’m new to cd. Would love to try!

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  106. Kadie Says:

    Absorbency and quality

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  107. Jillian @ Reshape Your Life Says:

    As a soon-to-be first time mom (who has yet to actually cloth diaper, I’m due in November) I think absorbency is going to be most important to me, because if they are leaking it will be hard to convince my husband cloth is worth it! ;)

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  108. Jennifer Symonds Says:

    I think most important is how trim they are and their absorbency qualities.

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  109. Anna D Says:

    Absorbancy is most important.

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  110. Katrina H Says:

    Absorbancy. My lo likes to hold it and pee all at once causing leaks.

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  111. Casey Says:

    Definitely absorbency!

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  112. Allison F. Says:

    We are somewhat new to cloth diapering. I am now on the search for these????

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  113. Holly Says:

    I wish i would have known about these when my little guy was still in cloth. Maybe for the next one!!

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  114. Jessica Giesecke Says:

    Absorbency and quality are first, and thinness is a bonus.

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  115. Courtney Says:

    I am expecting in Nov and am looking to cloth diaper! I now have just 3 diaper covers, plan to try them out to see which brand we like best and then buy more. However we don’t know what prefolds to get for them! It would be awesome to try some for free :)

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  116. Margarita Says:

    I really want to try these. We are on a strict budget, so buying one just to try can’t happen right now. Fingers crossed that you’ll pick me!!

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  117. megan ramsey Says:

    As long as the diaper absorbs I don’t care what brand it is or what it looks like. In the end, a diaper’s main goal is to catch bodily fluids (it doesn’t hurt, though,if it’s cute).

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  118. jamie Says:

    They look so trim.

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  119. Ashley Says:

    These look AMAZING! I can’t believe how trim they are. My DD is only 2 months old and is already a heavy wetter. These would be perfect. :)

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  120. Courtney Says:

    I’d love trimmness and excellent absorbency!!

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  121. Heather Hetrick Says:

    I would love to try! Absorbency and trimness.

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  122. Rio Says:

    Absorbency and quality

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  123. Amy Wright Says:

    I can’t choose between trimness and quality. I can always add more absorbency or switch inserts.

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  124. Jenne Says:

    I am looking forward to cloth diapering after 10 years away! LO is due soon and my biggest need is quality. Quality includes very good absorbancy, but I never imagined it can be trim! Thank you for your blogging because after so many years away and fabulous new products I could have been overwhelmed. – jenn

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  125. Katie r Says:

    Maybe this is the insert I’ve been looking for to help me with my leaky Charlie bananas!

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  126. Beki Lozano Says:

    Absorbency is the main one i looks for. If it leaks its just not for me and i also look for the fit i like them to fit my son nice and snug and comfy looking if it looks to tight i feel like hes uncomfortable and will take it off.

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  127. laura Says:

    Absorbency and quality! For me that’s what the diapers about! Absorbency! But I want a quality product that lasts!

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  128. Heather Johnson Says:

    No leaks! A diaper is pretty much worthless if it leaks.

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  129. Melody G. Says:

    I haven’t even heard if this brand before this week. :) now my interest is peaked. As for the diapers, I like a diaper that is good quality and trim the most! Great giveaway!

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  130. Jay Dee Says:

    Absorbancy is most important to me, because I don’t want it to leak or leave baby’s skin too wet.

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  131. Patty P Says:

    Would LOVE to find something that holds A LOT and is still trim! Definitely have to try these!

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  132. `Risa D. Says:

    I only need a cloth diaper to work(not leak) and fit under clothes lol.

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  133. Lauren Says:

    Always looking for great cloth Diapers to tell people about. Thanks for the opportunity :-)

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  134. Leah D Says:

    New to cloth diapering so I’m always looking for what works best. I love using prefolds but my son is sensitive to moisture and will get a rash… So… Absorbency and stay-dry are the most important things to me.

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  135. Tonya Says:

    I’m still new to this, and am always trying new things to find what works best for me!

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  136. Ashley Says:

    To cloth diaper my son I need a very absorbent liner/insert but that also allows for a trim diaper. Thankfully hemp and organic cotton have worked to stop the leaks of my heavy and fast wetter.

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  137. Chantal J Says:

    Absorbancy is my #1. If a diaper leaks after one pee, it’s a goner!

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  138. Melissa Wagner Says:

    Absorbency is the most important to me.

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  139. Melissa Wagner Says:

    Thanks for the opportunity to enter the giveaway.

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  140. Rhonda C. Says:

    Absorbancy. As long as my diaper doesn’t leak I am happy!

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  141. Amber Hensley Says:

    Quality and absorbency is very important and I feel they go hand in hand! I would hate to have leaks all the time and constantly changing my baby’s clothes.

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  142. Amber Hensley Says:

    They sound amazing!! I have to give them a try!

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  143. Hannah Says:

    Absorbency is key for me. My son is a heavy wetter and overnights can be rough. Also want quality that will last for more than one baby!

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  144. Jessica Berger Says:

    I’m just getting started with my cloth diapering adventure. I’m very excited to try more eco friendly products like hemp and bamboo. My understanding is these are also most absorbent

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  145. Michelle O. Says:

    Now that my baby is getting older, I’ve found my CD needs changing. No one tells you this in the beginning while you’re investing all this money! Now that I’ve tried many different types of diapers, I’ve found that I love the all natural materials for absorbency. I also feel buying and supporting USA made diapers is a must for our family. I’m excited to find these Geffen diapers and wipes and try them! SOON!! Thanks!

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  146. Andrea Geuther Says:

    I think that quality is the most important factor because if a cloth diaper isn’t made to last then it defeats the two main purposes of coth diapering; economy and ecology!

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  147. mel Says:

    I think for my children and myself, absorbancy and quality are the most important in a cloth diaper. I had diapers that were tri m but didn’t hold much or fell apart too easily. I would rather they hold absorbancy well and made with good quality materials, then they work better and last longer for more uses.

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  148. Caroline Guthrie Says:

    These would be awesome, we only have a couple of non microfiber inserts, it would be great to use these for comfort for my little guy.

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  149. VirginiaJ Says:

    I have been looking for a trimmer more absorbent option for my heavy wetter. Trimmer because buying pants is hard when I can’t get them ti fit over his diaper. More absorbent because who likes the change outfits every time they change a diaper? I also need it to be affordable.

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  150. Julie cullinan Says:

    Having a very active boy, I’d love to find a trimmer insert for his pocket diapers. Also added absorbency would be great but he’s not really a heavy wetter.

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  151. Kari Barone Says:

    Quality and absorbency. I want a cloth diaper that doesn’t fall apart in a matter of months. I also need a diaper that will not leak on a heavy wetting toddler prior to being fully potty trained.

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  152. Taylor Schell Says:

    Absorbency and trimness are very important to me! Can’t wait to try these out

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  153. Lara Says:

    Absorbency, although trimness is super important too if I can find it :)

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  154. Denisse Says:

    Wow! That’s really trim!

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  155. Julie C Says:

    I need absorbency since I have a heavy wetter.

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  156. Becky Says:

    Absorbency has got to win over the rest, though it’s close with quality and trimness!! But I don’t want leaks, that’s for sure!

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  157. Stephanie Says:

    Absorbency is most important because that’s the point to wearing a diaper…. To absorb. But a choose second is trimness so that clothes can fit over the diaper.

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  158. Mom Easton Says:

    I am loving cloth. Most important to me is absorbency. Our babies travel alot to visits and such so they have to stay dry in the car. So we are still working out the best liners. We use glowbug diapers and love them.

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  159. Renee D Says:

    Need absorbency without too much bulkiness. Still haven’t been able to achieve what I am looking for, but I am still looking. Maybe this one is it!!

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  160. Amanda Says:

    so many things are important to me with cloth diapering. I guess cost is the most important, but absorbancy is also a very high priority and the type of material. I no longer use microfibre and completely recommend natural materials like cotton, hemp and bamboo to moms who cloth diaper.

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  161. Lydia Says:

    Quality and how easy they are to wash and dry are most important to me.

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  162. Katie S Says:

    Absorbency for sure.

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  163. Margaret Hildreth Says:

    absorbency is key! my boy is a crazy heavy wetter

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  164. may Says:

    Trim us nice. But def quality

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  165. Brooke Says:

    Absorbency rules over all (leaks stink) which is why I always have a fluffy bummed child. :) BUT I’ve long wished for an absorbent and trim diaper. Very interested in this product

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  166. Carrie S. Says:

    Quality. It has got to last long enough to actually provide money savings.

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  167. jessamyn Says:

    Absorbency and quality, how long is this going to last? My prefolds are going strong on their 3rd child from month 3 till potty training. But I love the idea of trimness, what a concept!

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  168. ashley schreiner Says:

    Can’t wait to try these!

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  169. Jennifer smithson Says:

    Absorbency and quality. I want them to last for a few children :)

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  170. Anna Says:

    Absorbancy and trimness. My baby girl is still fairly small and so I prefer not having bulky diapers on her, but they need to work well!

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  171. Gretchen Says:

    Absorbency matters most but trimmed would be nice

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  172. Anna Beth Says:

    I was just trying to figure out what inserts I wanted to try for the new baby!

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  173. Denise Says:

    Absorbancy and quality! I want to try these Geffens!

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  174. Heather Says:

    Absorbency is super important! No one wants leaks!!

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  175. janice Says:

    trimness is a plus but it is very important that it cleans well and dries in the dryer well I don’t want to put a diaper on my baby that has a moldy or other smell to it so trim with natural fibers

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  176. janice Says:

    I am planning on doing mostly prefolds with wool but I have some pocket diapers because my mom might change a few and she has a problem with wool I am very interested in this product

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  177. Jessica Smith Says:

    Absorbancy is important to me cause I don’t want to have to deal with leaks all the time!

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  178. Dawne Says:

    I want my baby’s diapers to absorb and fit comfortably :)

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  179. Andrea Says:

    Trimness and quality. I don’t want to size up clothing that fit everywhere else except tush…And I wasn’t something that holds up through repetitive washes.

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  180. Vicki H Says:

    I really like trim diapers but absorbancy is really important

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  181. Leela R. Says:

    An insert has to have it all! I use primarily Geffen Baby super absorber inserts and love them for their absorbency, trimness, ability to stay clean, quality, and cost!

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  182. Melissa c. Says:

    I’m a total sucker for trim, easy diapers. I really want to try geffen absorbers!

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  183. Ashurity Jones Says:

    I was wanting to try some of the geffen baby fitteds and now I want the prefolds too. Even hubby commented on my fluff mail today that he loved the designs.

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  184. Kristy Black Says:

    Absorbency!!

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  185. Annie Olcese Says:

    I have to go with comfort… If baby is not comfy in them no one is happy!

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  186. Emily Hammann Says:

    Quality and absorbency is important for sure to us! We are new to cloth diapering and want to know that we will get quality product for what we pay.

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  187. sarah f. Says:

    Absorbency is most important to me. Quality and softness are close behind.

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  188. Sheila Says:

    I love trim diapers, but the most important thing to me now is to be using natural fibers. Since switching from microfleece, I have had virtually no stink issues with my toddler’s or baby’s diapers. I love what I just read about Geffen’s prefolds!

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  189. Bree Says:

    Absorbency, absorbency and did I mention absorbency as being a vital key to CD.

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  190. LeShe' Says:

    Quality and absorbency

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  191. Tasha Marchand Says:

    fit and absorbency for my heavy wetter!!

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  192. Julie Says:

    All of the above, but right now my concern is trimness. My baby girl is almost two so we’re getting close to potty training, I hope!

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  193. Sheridan Says:

    The most important feature is absorbancy because, cute isn’t cute if it leaks!

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  194. Valerie S Says:

    Absorbency & trimness.

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  195. Rebecca Says:

    Absorbency because there is nothing worse than a leaky diaper!

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  196. Laura D Says:

    I love how economical they are and how easy it is to use them. I never thought it was something I would ever do and I’m glad I decided to do it.

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  197. Samantha Says:

    I love a trim but absorbent diaper!

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  198. Caley Says:

    Would love something absorbent for night!

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  199. melissa Says:

    Fit and absorbancy!

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  200. denise Says:

    Absorbency and trim. About to give birth to baby #2 and trying new companies this go around. Looking forward to getting some. What seems to be the best newborn cover nowadays? I’m going to try the lil joeys….hoping they work well

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  201. Melissa Says:

    Absorbency and durability are tied for me. It can absorb a flood but if it only last a couple washing its not worth it. Not to mention if it can survive the apocalypse but couldn’t absorb a raindrop that doesn’t help much either. These prefolds look nice, btw.

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  202. cecelia Says:

    I have 2 boys im trying to get into cloth. Absorbancy is the most important to us.

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  203. Stormy Reyes Says:

    Absorbancy! My baby girl is a heavy wetter. We double up microfiber with bamboo or padfolded flats for day use and with hemp for night time and car rides.

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  204. kristin Says:

    Absorbency and comfort

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  205. Kate record Says:

    Ease of use, so daddy can use too!

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  206. Jaime S Says:

    Absorbency! Nothing else matters if the diaper is leaky!

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  207. Karen Says:

    I like cute trim diapers that are user friendly. I would love to try one of these prefolds

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  208. Amberly Watson Says:

    Absorbency. You can’t have a good quality diaper if it isn’t absorbent so absorbency takes the cake!!

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  209. Lauren Says:

    Quality and trimness with the caveat that something with terrible absorbency really isn’t very quality.

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  210. Hannah Fiedler Says:

    Durability & absorbency are important!

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  211. Jaime Says:

    I think absorbency is pretty important, but I’m going to go with comfort first. If it’s ridiculously bulky or if the prefold bunches up in the pocket, no thanks.

    And yikes – are these $8 per ONE M/L prefold?? Whoa.

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  212. Natasha Says:

    Absorbency. My son a heavy wetter and it’s fine at home, would love more reliable absorbency when out. I find car seat is when he will leak most from compression leaks

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  213. Amanda Schatz Says:

    Quality! The other qualities of a diaper don’t even matter if I’m not going to get my money’s worth and have it last! We love Geffen Baby prefolds… So soft and we love that they have some stretch to them!

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  214. Beth Says:

    Quality. I started with kawaiis. They were good enough to start, but I’ve learned so much by now that I can’t love them anymore. A really well made diaper is a thing of beauty. It’s fun and functional.

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  215. Avena Says:

    It was absorbency, but I’d love a trimmer fit. Jeans are such a tough fit with cloth diapers.

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  216. Amanda Nelson Says:

    Absorbency is a must. If it leaks straight through then I might as well be using disposables!

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  217. Shannon Says:

    For me, absorbency and quality. I’m new to cloth diapering so I figure ease of use will come eventually lol

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  218. Steph M Says:

    Absorbency all the way! If the diapers are leaking, it means more laundry for me. I also covet trim diapers. ;) All the trimmest prefolds are $$$!

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  219. Caitlin Says:

    Absorbency! It’s frustrating to have to change cloth 3x more often than disposables. I can deal with 2x more often – which most of my diapers can handle! :-)

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  220. Rachel Says:

    Absorbency is most important to me….if it’s not absorbent trimness isn’t really all that relevant!

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  221. Tracy Gordon Says:

    I would say absorbency is my first priority because ain’t nobody got time for being peed on! ;)

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  222. Gina Hilton Says:

    Great absorbency is super important to me. I have two heavy wetters.

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  223. carrie tomlinson Says:

    i think having heavy wetters absorbency is the most important feature to us in a cloth diaper.

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  224. Adia Lancaster Says:

    Absorbency & quality

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  225. Jennifer Bouchard Says:

    I think quality is most important although cuteness is right up there lol

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  226. Brooke Says:

    Quality and ease of use are important to me.

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  227. Melissa Says:

    I think washability and fit are most important. For me it’s all about if they wash clean and don’t get too stinky and if they fit well with no leaks.

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  228. Mya Says:

    Have you tried their absorbers or just the prefolds?

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    • Jennifer Reinhardt Says:

      Mya, I’ve only tried the prefolds. But I can honestly say that I’ve never heard anyone say anything buy how amazing ALL of their products are. That leads me to believe that the absorbers are also a good buy.

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  229. carrie tomlinson Says:

    i have been interested in these since the girls at padded tush stats mentioned how absorbent they are.

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  230. Melissa E Says:

    Absorbency is more important to me, as I’ve already been supplied with nice roomy clothes for fluffy bums! =)

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  231. Jessica M J Says:

    Absorbancy is a huge factor, I won’t sacrifice quality either, trimmer is just a bonus.

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  232. Leslie Says:

    Absorbancy and quality. Leaks are no fun, and you don’t want diapers that wear out too quickly. Most people plan on saving money by using dipes for multiple children.

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  233. Melissa Says:

    absorbency

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  234. Laura S. Says:

    Absorbency, ease of cleaning and long-term durability!

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  235. Tara Says:

    That is a hard one! I suppose absorbency, but if it weren’t a quality product that holds up well, that would be an issue.

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  236. Melanie S Says:

    Absorbency and natural fibers. Microfiber and I are not friends.

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  237. Jessie Coggins Says:

    Quality for me is #1. A good quality product will be safe against my sons skin. Trim is #2. I want something that holds a metric ton of whatever comes but looks great in the process. Geffen has always and will continue to be that for me!

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  238. Amanda Says:

    A good diaper, in my opinion, will have all three qualities. Quality, absorbency, and trimness. Of course, let’s not forget how cute some diapers are ;)

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  239. Heather Ann Says:

    Trine was and quality… I’m not in a position to stay at home with my kiddos and so they have to go to daycare or visit family when husband and I work. If they were with me I’d let them just romp around in diapers and underwear and enjoy being natural while they can. Since I don’t have that opportunity, they have to be clothed and I like for diapers to fit well into their leg folds to prevent leakage and irritation. They should fit well under the cute clothes we’ve all spent countless hours oohing and aahing over. This fit and profile is important. Also quality as I want something that is consistent from one to another so I know what to expect. It must hold up over time too. Absorbency is great in the moment but I don’t want it too absorbent as I personally believe that my firstborn was ready for potty training before 2 because he didn’t like being soiled. If something was too absorbent, it’d be too comfortable for him for longer periods of time and we’d not be completed with potty training.

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  240. Rachael Says:

    Absorbancy and the fit are very important!! After all isn’t that what a diaper is for???!!

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  241. kelly Says:

    Would love to try!

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  242. Kristina Says:

    Absorbency… but with versatility. I have some prefolds that are super-de-duper absorbent, but with such a tight weave that I can’t snappi or pin them for use under wool at night. They’re only good for trifolding. Big drawback for me.

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    • Jennifer Reinhardt Says:

      Kristina, They also have flats that can be used with snappies or boingos to go under a wool cover.

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  243. Emily Says:

    I would say ease of use and quality. I love our cotton prefolds because we never seem to have the stink or repelling issues that some of my friends have with synthetic materials. They are not as fancy but seem like much less fuss!

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  244. Mary P Says:

    Trimness and absorbancy

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  245. Alison M Says:

    Absorbency & quality, I try to purchase products made in North America :)

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  246. Rehannon Miller Says:

    Absorbency and a quality diaper are a must!!!

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  247. Lee-Anna S Says:

    I have to go with absorbency because we are out of the house a lot, and I have her on my back a lot, and having to watch the clock to make sure I don’t go past that magic 2 hour mark can be a pain at times. I like to have a little leeway, just in case I can’t change dd right at that moment.

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  248. Samantha T Says:

    Quality was a major thing for us. I know people have excellent luck with china cheapies, but I didn’t want to gamble on me getting one of the bad batches. I paid a little more for our stash but I have piece of mind that they’ll last through multiple kids.

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  249. Kathie S ith Says:

    Absorbency! I have heavy wetters and leaks suck.

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  250. Pili Says:

    Easy to use, durable, absorbency and made in USA. I have done lots of research and Geffen products recieve high reviews. I will be getting some to try.

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  251. Amber Says:

    Absorbency first above all else!!!

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  252. Caitlin M Says:

    Ease of use for sure! I’ve always loved my prefolds and covers

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  253. Britney L Says:

    Absorbency and washability!

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  254. Katie Bettis- Robinskn Says:

    Absorbancy because I don’t like the leaks and especially overnight!

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  255. Karen Says:

    I love diapers that are trim, absorbent, durable and easy to care for. It sounds like these prefolds are all of these things! I’d sure love to try some!!

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  256. Danni L Says:

    Absorbency is most important for my 2yo but trimness is my priority for my newborn. :) We’re a dual stash house here. Thanks for hosting this!

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  257. Mya Says:

    Absorbency and ease of use! I want something quick and simple and that works :)

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  258. Amelia Says:

    I have some Geffen Baby quick absorbers, and they are wonderful! Besides the tags fraying, they have also worn beautifully, just like your prefolds! Really hard to choose, but now that my youngest is a toddler, I’d say trimness and absorbency are currently my top two factors (though quality is up there, too). I need something that will hold a lot of wetness because when my little guy goes, it’s now a flood. We can go from dry to soaking shorts in 10 minutes if I don’t use the right insert, and it drives me crazy some days! Also, if I can’t fit a diaper under clothes, I just won’t use it, no matter how great the quality may be. Thanks for a wonderful giveaway!

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  259. Jamie Says:

    We are all a out absorbancy!!! The cuteness factors in also.

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  260. Bre Blaye Says:

    I love GEFFEN BABY inserts as well- I noticed I can use one insert in one of my WAHM pockets and we can go a pretty long time!!!

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  261. Amanda Goddard Says:

    I have been researching a debating on what kind of inserts to switch to. I have a couple hemp babies for night diapers, but even those arent holding up with the MF insert. I need something super absorbent. Might be worth buying one to see how it goes.

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  262. Valerie Butcher-Enriquez Says:

    I agree with absorbancy and durability. Trimness does play a factor but absorbancy first.

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  263. Kim O Says:

    I think absorbency is the most important factor for me.

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  264. Deirdra Says:

    I’m trying to buy more and more products made in the US

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  265. Marian F. Says:

    Trimness and absorbency are important to me. I hate bulky diapers they look so uncomfortable and leaks are definitely a no no!

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  266. Susan S Says:

    I think absorbancy is the most important feature for a cloth diaper. I love Geffen Baby prefolds. I recently started stuffing my pockets with prefolds!

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  267. Theresa Lyon Says:

    Now I’m intrigued. Trim and absorbant

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  268. Tess Hanner Says:

    Absorbency and quality of the fit is most important to me in a cloth diaper. I love it when I can go an entire day without having to do an outfit change due to leaks! I’m always so impressed when I feel how wet the insert is and how dry my baby’s bum stays with cloth diapers.

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  269. Ashlee Says:

    This sounds awesome!! I am having another baby so I get to do some diaper shopping anyway!

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  270. Jennifer H. Says:

    Absorbency and containment are both tied for #1 on my list. A diaper has to work as a diaper! But, now that I’m in my fourth year of cloth diapering, I have to say that durability is a very close second.

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  271. Jennifer Davis Says:

    I love Geffenbaby wipes, and I have been thinking about trying their fitteds, looks like I will!

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    • Jennifer Davis Says:

      And I almost forgot I want quality everything else falls in to place if you have exceptional quality

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  272. Elena U. Says:

    Absorbency is part of quality in my books, and I love to find good quality cloth diapers!

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  273. Adrienne Says:

    I honestly prefer prefolds. They are simple, relatively easy to clean, economical, and versatile. I love my fitteds, and aios, too, but prefolds always are my first choice. Trim diapers are very nice, too!

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  274. Mara Says:

    Absorbancy and trimness. My daily diapers really are fst and covers because they are so trim, but I do have to change quite often (I really don’t mind for daytime). I need more absorbancy for night though, while still keeping trim as my little guy is a tummy sleeper and a bulky diaper doesn’t work so well with letting him get comfy. I have 1 Geffen baby size M/L fleece, but it’s still big for my 16lb 7 month old. I can’t wait til it fits him though as it is super soft and, the few times we did use it, was very absorbent.

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  275. Talia Says:

    Absorbency! Cloth diaper users like to say there are no leaks, but if my son pees out of a diaper after 45 minutes, that’s no good!

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  276. Jessica Hughes Says:

    While I like a trim diaper, absorbency is the most important for me. What’s the point of using a diaper if it doesn’t last long?

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  277. Barbara Says:

    absorbency is my most important feature of a diaper.

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  278. Sarah Hayes Says:

    trimness is very important to me. I love geffen bc they are trim, absorbent and excellent quality

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  279. Nicole C. Says:

    I just tried out the Geffen Super Absorbers Plus and I am honestly in love with their inserts. I have a heavy wetter and I use just ONE insert last night for bedtime (usually a fitted and cover is what I use) and he didn’t leak at all. I’m getting rid of all my microfiber inserts so I stuffed this one into my BumGenius 4.0.and it was so trim and absorbent. I prepped them and they did shrink a little but they looked really big to begin with. Overall I love them! And I would LOVE to replace all my inserts with their products. I plan to within the next couple of months. Oh and they don’t take forever to dry.

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  280. Anna DeBenedictis Says:

    Absorbency and durability!

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