I’m just going to come right out and say it. Cloth diapering is fun. It has its challenges, to be sure, but when you find a diaper that really works for your baby, it is such a thrill!
Today I’m offering a review of a unique cloth diaper on the market. Let me introduce you to Rocky Mountain Diapers. These are a one-sized pocket diaper. There are tons of one-sized pocket diapers on the market, so what makes these different from the rest? These dipes have an internal adjustment system in the legs!
Are you scratching your head? Let me explain in a bit more detail. If you look in the pocket opening of these diapers, you will find elastic that goes that can be unsnapped and adjusted. You can make it tighter for smaller babies and looser as your baby grows. I think this feature totally rocks, because in my experience, leaks in cloth diapers almost always happen right around the leg area, and it is usually due to the diaper not being snug enough there. For that reason, many diapers that people rave about for their kids have not been successful for Darah (Hello, Flip diapers!). It has been a huge disappointment for us as we try different brands. Most of them leak through the legs!
Rocky Mountain Diapers has a built-in solution, and I absolutely love it. Best of all, it really works. We’ve adjusted Darah’s diaper so that it is perfectly snug for her at her current size. No leaks! When she gets bigger, I’ll just adjust the elastic again so that it stays fitted, but comfortable. While this diaper has a learning curve the first few times you use it (while you get the fit right), the extra work you put in will pay off later, as leaks will become a thing of the past.
Also, I really love the colors of the Rocky Mountain Diapers. That may not be the most practical reason to buy a diaper, but most any cloth diapering mom will tell you that she’s broken down at least once and bought a diaper pretty much just because the fabric was so cute. We were sent Lime and Lemon to try. It is absolutely precious!
Finally, I find the trim fit to be a great thing. I know some moms love a fluffy bum, and they definitely are cute, but I always feel bad for Darah when I put her in one of those really thick cloth diapers. She becomes like a Weeble, always teetering and struggling to maintain her balance! Rocky Mountain Diapers are slim enough that she doesn’t have to go up a size in pants when she is wearing it.
The diaper comes with one microfiber insert. You’ll need to add an extra insert at night, but I’ve been pleasantly surprised by how much this one insert can hold during the day!
Rocky Mountain Diapers are available for purchase through The Rocky Mountain website, or through my many other vendors, including my favorite shop, The Diaper Wagon! One size pocket diapers are between $18.95 and $19.50.
Have you tried Rocky Mountain Diapers? I’d really love to hear what you thought about them!
Disclosure: I received a complimentary product for review purposes. The opinions expressed here are strictly my own.