|the only way he'd hold still for a picture|
Back to Little Tush Diapers, they're sewed well, pocket style with two microfiber inserts and a flannel (I think) lining. Besides Brendon being in between sizes, I only have two concerns. One I have is that I'm afraid I'm going to either rip the snap apart when I open the diaper, or rip the fabric. I don't know if there's a "cure" for that phobia or even a prevention, but it's just my feeling.
Second, is wing drop. I know, I know, pretty much unavoidable unless there's a hip snap, but I guess I should mention it. It's not horrible, I haven't had a leak (even with naptime), it just looks stretched out. And part of that, is if I set it on the smaller snap setting, like it pulls it too tight.
I used a Little Tush Diaper as a AI2 diaper today, because I could only find one of my pockets. It worked fine. The lining didn't seem to soak up any moisture, and dried quickly between uses.
I only have pictures of him in one and wearing it on the medium setting because getting Brendon to hold still for pictures is near impossible these days.
All-in-all, I do like these diapers, and I think it's safe to say that I will getting a few more for the next kid. They'll fit better on a smaller kid, I'm sure.
|stretching out of the medium setting|