I have been using Motherease sized Sandy's fitted diapers almost exclusively on my 2 sweeties for about a year now...I have some prefolds as backups but I get seriously annoyed when my Sandy's aren't clean! So, in addition to a few more I decided to try out the one size as well because the littlest is getting bigger and I thought these would last until potty training with her.
They are cut a little wider through the crotch than the sized, side snapping Sandy's, but the fit is still great and my 15 month old is on the medium rise setting with plenty of room. I love Motherease because they are simple and effective- what more can you ask for? I have tried a number of other more expensive fitteds and they just don't do it for me- the fit is always to narrow or not truly a one size. Not worth the money! I have only Motherease in my stash now- the prefolds are in the laundry room as dusting rags and accident cleaner uppers. MEOS for life! Well, diapering life. :)
Reviewed by: Sara Miller from Portland, OR.
good for overnight
I use these for overnights on my super heavy wetter. I can load it up with a loopy do and a couple of hemp doublers and it's still not incredibly bulky. Worked like a charm. 2 years later they're on the second baby and still not showing discernable wear.
Reviewed by: Stephanie Miklacic from New York.
not really a fan
I was not a huge fan of ME fitteds. Not absorbent at all and totally awkward on a smaller baby. The snap in inserts they have are a joke. If they were more absorbent they might be better. Also, no covers other than wool will really fit over these. The only upside I would say is you can easily dye the white ones to a color of your choosing.
Reviewed by: Jess from TX.
not a goid fit until baby is big
These are not a good fit on little babies. We got a droopy bum and wing droop all the time. Absorbency is very good though. Love that they are all cotton!
Reviewed by: Kimberly Hecksher from Texas.
I wanted to love these but...
We could never get a good fit. I don't think there's any way this would fit a small baby let alone a newborn. Way too big.