Years ago I thought I would cut corners and only order the size 2 Thirsties wrap. What I found is that they really do divide them up into two sizes for a VERY good reason. Finally, next baby came along and I had an excuse to buy a smaller size again...and wow! It fits GREAT, doesn't leak, and makes me super happy :-) Love the easy velcro, love the fit, and I love the price! I've owned so many different brands of cloth diapers, and this particular style is my favorite :-)
Reviewed by: Alisa L from Oregon.
My Go To Overnight Cover
I've been cloth diapering for almost 2 years now, and while I'm a 3rd time mom, I was a first time cloth mom, in an area that thinks I'm weird for it. So a lot of my beginning was trial and error. One thing I quickly learned is that Thirsties covers are #1 for overnights. There are only 2 covers I found that works for overnights and Thirsties is the cheapest and the one I can EASILY get the best fit on. Sure, they don't have the adorable patterns, but I prefer function to wet sheets.
Reviewed by: Tina Smith from North Carolina.
I really like these covers. I have always used the Flip covers and tried these because I needed one that was a little fuller to go over doubled flats and night time diapers. They work great for that. I haven't used them for the long haul yet, but 1 of them has been used for almost 9 months and I haven't had any issues with velcro or leaking. I just bought one for our NB and use it a lot and I just bought a size lg for our oldest at night. I do hang them to dry.
Reviewed by: Kristin from Ohio.
I love it.
I ordered this cover to use at night over a bulky fitted diaper; I couldn't get several other covers to fit over it. The way this one is made makes it easy to get a good fit. I love the gussets. The laundry tabs are holding pretty well so far too. I am very pleased with this cover, especially for the price. I plan to buy another or two in the future.
Reviewed by: Jen from Alabama.
I love thirsties covers. I've used them almost exclusively through three children. They last well if line dried, and are practically bullet proof as far as leaks. I prefer the AI2's now that they have them, because the snap rise makes them more versitile, but the smallest size AI2 is a bit big on most newborns, so I keep a supply of these in size small. The snaps will last longer without leaking than the aplix, and are harder for a baby to take off by themselves.
Reviewed by: Stephanie Miklacic from New York.