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Cooper and I Try Out New Thirsties Duo All In Ones!

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A few days ago, a small box arrived on my doorstep.  It was six new All In Ones (sizes Twos since Cooper just turned 11 months!) in a variety of colors and patterns, including my first diaper in Mud.  Very cool. I was so excited to try them out that I immediately threw them in the laundry to get them fluffed up and ready to use. When my new diapers were prepped and ready for our virgin run, I brought Cooper to the changing table and took off the Duo Fab Fitted and cover he was wearing.   The diaper change was over so fast I barely knew what had happened. They were so easy to use I was like  "That's it? That's all there is to it?" I almost felt like I had forgotten to do something. I especially appreciated the  speed of the diaper change considering how Changing Cooper's Diaper Has...Changed. I had the old diaper off and the new diaper on before he could even get in one good donkey kick. What do the diapers look like? Well, they're exactly the same as a Duo Fab Fitted but with the cover sewn right on. The inside has a trim-fitting soaker and the tunnel underneath for adding more inserts--for heavy wetters or nighttime use.   I'd have to say, with a squirmy 11 month old, they might  just be my new favorite fluff and my husband just told me that they're his.  They'll be a breeze to throw in the diaper bag so I'll probably try to save them for outings. Are the new All In Ones any different to wash?  Not so far.  Cooper has had several poops in them and despite the fact that the cover is sewn on, the diaper got just as clean, probably thanks to the "tunnel" left in the layers.  They did take slightly longer to dry, so midway  through the cycle I turned them inside out.  I don't know if I'll do that every time or not...I'm still experimenting.  When they came out of the drier, I turned them right side out, folded them up and took them upstairs to Cooper's room to put away. No stuffing necessary.  They were ready to use in no time flat. I like that. So if you're looking to add to your stash, this mom highly recommends trying out Thirsties All In OnesEspecially if you've got a mover and a shaker!
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  • Can’t wait to try out my thirsties!

    Robin itamoto on
  • I can’t wait to try these out…

    Pat F on
  • Can’t wait to try these on baby girl!!

    Natavia on
  • Sounds like this style is worth trying out!

    Amanda on
  • I have added these to my list of diapers to buy for outings and daddy. I’m not familiar with aio’s but decided that baby number two would have some in the stash. I’m really curious to see how they work out.

    Britney Tifft on

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