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When I was gearing up to cloth diaper this 2nd time around, I found myself intrigued with the All-in-Two system by Best Bottoms. No folding, no stuffing, just snap in an insert, put the diaper on the baby and go. Easy peasy. Plus the Best Bottoms diapers come in some of the most adorable colors and patterns.
Before little man was even born, I purchased a Best Bottoms starter set. The set came with 3 one-size covers and 9 small inserts. I wasn’t the least bit disappointed in the covers or the inserts. However, I felt completely frustrated with the “reusable” aspect of the AI2 diaper. No matter what I did, I just couldn’t get covers to stay clean enough to use a 2nd time. Especially with the EBF poo. It just ran all over the place.
So I packed those diapers up and called it quits. I considered selling them but never got around to it. Then a few weeks ago, they debuted their new super cute watermelon diaper for summer and I just really wanted one. I figured, what the heck, I could try them again and so I bought the cover and 6 large inserts.
Got the inserts all prepped up, popped in an insert into my Key Lime Pie cover and put it on the bum.
And I liked it.
Maybe I even loved it.
It has a great snug fit, the insert is super absorbent and since little man is now on solid foods, his messes are contained on the insert and not in the cover and leg gussets. Now that we can use the same cover for 2-3 changes, I really do see why people love the snap in AI2 systems.
The only thing that I would change about the Best Bottom diaper would be to add a little bit of width to the waist band. The wings of the diaper pull up a bit and the snaps roll into the skin of his little “buddha” belly. However, it isn’t a make or break issue and I look forward to adding more of these great diapers to my stash.
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