Pocket diapers(or all-in-2) are one of my favorite types of cloth diapers. When the first pocket diaper was put on the market by Fuzzi Bunz, they ultimately changed the perspective on what most think a cloth diaper looks like. Pockets quickly gained popularity because of how easy they are to use and besides an AIO, pockets are pretty much as close as you can get to the “disposable” diaper. They are probably one of the most popular styles of cloth diaper out there!
Most pockets come as a One Size Pocket Diaper. This means means that it will grow with the baby, and fit most babies from about 7-35+ pounds.
The pocket diaper consists of a waterproof out layer, and a sewed-in inner layer of fleece lining which helps to wick away any wetness from the babies skin and into the absorbent insert that you stuff in between the layers.
Most pocket diapers come with two inserts–a one-size and a newborn size, which you can eventually use as a doubler. Having the pocket allows you to stuff as much inserts as needed to adjust to the absorbency needs of the baby. The option of adjusting absorbency works great for nighttime diapering!
What brand of pocket diapers are your favorite?
This post is part of the weekly Cloth Diaper 101 Blog Hop hosted by My Cloth Diaper Stash. Check out the other blogs in the hop to learn more about pocket diapers!