Closed by velcro type tabs, a neat thing is that the fabric attaching the tabs has more stretch to it than the rest of the diaper cover. I imagine that this creates more comfort for baby as their bellies aren’t always in the same place and shape throughout the day, and this will allow for a little “give” while still keeping the diaper snug. I have found throughout the two or so months
that we’ve been using the diaper that the tabs have gotten slightly fuzzier than when we first received the diaper. The edges of the tab can also be scratchy against bare skin, so watch out if you co-sleep with your baby. As for the adhesion strength, I have had two times when the diaper came undone while she was sleeping. The diaper didn’t come off, but one side did come undone. You may want to put pajama bottoms or something over the diaper when your child’s sleeping for this reason.
The inside of the diaper is the softest diaper fabric I’ve felt aside from bamboo valour. It seems to be a cotton blend valour and is oh-so-soft on the skin. The back of this diaper also uses this fabric to create an overlap of the pocket area opening. This keeps your insert from the dreaded leaks that can occur of the insert works its way up the diaper and out the opening since the insert now can’t get out of the diaper. As long as the diaper’s snug on Amara, we haven’t had any leaks with this diaper even at night.
The only improvement I would want to make for this diaper would be a snap system instead of velcro. It’s harder to get on, but it definitely wouldn’t come undone and would be harder for Amara to figure out when she’s older. Even without that though, I think this is a high quality diaper and great for the price!
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