These are nice covers and were my #1 in their newborn size options. They’re pretty roomy and wide through the bum. The Capri cover has flaps in the front and back to hold in an insert and help keep baby’s tummy and back dry. The Coverall version does not have flaps, but is a generally wider diaper cover. Blueberry also makes really wonderful AIO dipes called Simplex. You might get sucked in by their adorable prints.
Review by a Babycenter momma gives 5 out of 5: Great Covers Comparison Blueberry (she compares Coveralls)
Where to buy: Green Mountain Diapers, Kelly’s Closet, Nicki’s Diapers, Sweet Bottoms Baby, Diaper Junction, and others.
This is a picture of the newborn size because for some reason I didn’t photograph the blue One Size (OS) I sent you.
Rumparooz is another good quality diaper from Kangacare. Sometimes these can be found on Zulily. Again, double gussets and soft two layers of PUL. Kangacare also makes AIOs, pockets, and you can get them with Aplix (Velcro) closure instead of snaps.
A great review on Babycenter gives it 5 out of 5: Great Covers Comparison Rumparooz
Where to buy: Kelly’s Closet, Nicki’s Diapers, Diaper Junction, Amazon, Sweet Bottoms Baby, and others.
This particular Thirsties cover is called Duo Snap and they come in two different sizes (1 and 2). Thirsties also makes sized diapers (XS, S, M, L) that are more tailored. I used an XS and really liked the fit on my 8lb baby.
Thirsties is a good diaper cover that’s well respected and lot of people like. It’s a solid, economical choice. Their covers have a single layer of PUL and double gussets, and they’re pretty roomy.
Thirsties also makes AIO diapers and fitteds (which need separate covers) that are all pretty good.
Review of Thirsties Duo Snap gives it 5 out of 5: Great Cover Comparison Thirsties
Where to buy: Green Mountain Diapers, Kelly’s Closet, Amazon, Target, Diaper Junction and others.
I think lots of people like Flips. For me, they seem quite big and didn’t fit for a long time – but I have a tiny baby. I do like to put Flip covers over very large nighttime fitted diapers.
Flips are just one layer of PUL, single gussets, and they flaps to tuck an insert under to keep baby’s tummy and back dry. The leg elastics are pretty soft.
Flip is a good brand, again under the Cotton Babies/BumGenius umbrella.
Review from Babycenter mama gives 3 out of 5: Great Covers Comparison Flip
Where to buy: Sweet Bottoms Baby (always free shipping), Green Mountain Diapers, surprisingly Target, Amazon, Nicki’s Diapers, and others.
Wink Diapers are a work-at-home-mom (WAHM) product. Their waterproof layer is made of TPU instead of PUL. A winning point for these is that even the All-In-Ones (AIO) have double gussets. Their lining and AIO material is bamboo, which makes them trim, but they take ages to dry. (I only have a newborn size AIO, so I didn’t include one in the package.)
This orange diaper is a pocket diaper. Wink Diapers come with microfiber inserts. I don’t love microfiber, but you can stuff anything you like into the pocket. You have to remove the stuffing from most pocket diapers so they will get clean in the wash.
The purple diaper is just a regular cover. It has flaps in the front and back to help hold in your stuffins’. It also keeps the wetness from creeping up on baby’s belly and back.
Where to buy: Wink Diapers, Zulily