Spring Gets a Bit Greener with the Swaddlebees Simplex AIO from MomBecks!

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For the next week, I will once again be joining forces with two of my favorite bloggers (Darcy of Tales From the Nursery and April of Mama on a Green Mission) to showcase some of the cloth diapering options that are available for parents who might be interested or are currently using cloth diapers! We’re going to make Spring Green with Cloth!

Make Spring Green with Cloth Diapers

Today’s featured cloth diaper retailer is MomBecks and the diaper of the day is the Swaddlebees Simplex AIO!

MomBecks is an online cloth diaper retailer that features cloth diapering products that Rebecca has used and loved on her five children! If you’re looking for personal service and experience, Rebecca is your woman! MomBecks offers free shipping on everything, everyday so it’s definitely worth checking out.

Rebecca provided each of the participating blog hosts with a Swaddlebees Simplex AIO (All-in-One)  in our choice of print to review as part of the event. Back in January, I shared about my first experience with the Simplex AIO when W was just about a year old. He has definitely grown since then! At his 15 month well baby doctor visit he weighed in at 35 pounds and was 32.5 inches long to give you an idea of what I’m working with over here! I will admit that many of our cloth diapers no longer fit W and we have had to use a mix of disposables and the few cloth diapers we have that still fit him.

I loved the Simplex AIO back in December and January because it fit W so well and comes in amazing prints. It is designed to fit up to 35 pounds so I was a bit nervous about what would happen when we tried on the new diaper from MomBecks. I know I’m not alone in dealing with toddlers that are always off the top of the growth charts so I was willing to try it again especially after I received the adorable owl print!

Swaddlebees Simplex AIO from MomBecks

I was not disappointed by this diaper at all! Using the outside snaps, the diaper fit well in all areas. The rise was high enough, the legs fit well, and we got a great fit around his waist as well! The Swaddlebees Simplex AIO has come to the rescue again! We didn’t have any trouble with leaks at all, not even at naptime! So if you’re like me and you’re looking for cloth diapers that fit bigger babies and toddlers, this is definitely one to consider!

Formula Mom Favorite Features

  • Snap closure which is a must-have for curious (and strong!) toddler fingers
  • AIO design with pocket openings allow you to adjust the absorbency with additional soakers if needed
  • Adorable prints for both boys and girls
  • Dried as quickly as our other AIO diapers

The Swaddlebees Simplex AIO is available at MomBecks for $25.95. Although it is a higher priced diaper, it works very well for us at the top of the weight range and it also works for much younger babies! Check out April’s review at Mama on a Green Mission to see it in action on her 20 month old son and her newborn daughter! You can also see how the Simplex AIO works on a petite 17 month old at Tales From the Nursery! This is definitely a diaper that works for all types of babies!

Have you used AIO cloth diapers? What is your favorite feature? Do you prefer a different type of cloth diaper?

MomBecks has generously sponsored a $25 gift certificate to the Make Spring Green with Cloth Grand Prize Giveaway! Be sure to come back next for your chance to win a fabulous cloth diapering prize pack!

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Comments

  1. Nikole H. says

    I think it’s such a great idea to offer pockets in AIO diapers. It allows for extra inserts (thus more uses of the diaper: day, nap, maybe even night) and usually helps speed up the drying process as well :)

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