Allow me to introduce the Rock A Bums 5 in 1 cloth diapering system! Our model is going to help us check out the features since little one has yet to arrive! With a 3×4 snap system, this diaper gets down pretty small. We’ll have to wait to see how it fits on baby, but I think the bear does it justice, don’t you?
I love the guitar logo featured on the side panel and on the rear. These diapers are meant to reach out to the cool crowd! In white, red, and black, all very rockin’ neutrals!
Even with an insert in, the diaper is very trim.
As you can see, even on a small model there’s no gaps!
One thing that really drew me in was the black inner lining and charcoal colored inserts. No worries about stains!
Functioning as sold with 2 microfiber backed inserts, you could get 2 AI2 changes for younger babies or add the second insert for more absorption and use it as an AIO!
As you can see it could tuck in under the top flap, which hides a second snap, so you could attach 2 inserts at a time if needed!
This diaper can also be used as a pocket, just stuff the inserts inside. Isn’t the black inner gorgeous?
Don’t discount that you could use this with a disposable insert for a hybrid option where you still want the look of cloth, or that it ‘bombs’ the competition as a cover as well, leaving plenty of opportunity for you to customize exactly how you want to use this diaper each time you change it! I’m excited to give it a go over prefolds and flats in the hospital! Oh yeah!
It may come up to teddy’s armpits, but it looks like it really would fit a large range of babies from birth to potty training. My plan is to test that out, as soon as baby is ready! Have you seen Rock A Bums before? I love the bright colors and can’t wait to see what else they come up with!Disclosure: I received a giftpack of cloth diapers from Rock A Bums in exchange for my honest review. All pictures, words and content are mine. As always, this is my blog and I tell you the truth. My humble way of saying, the opinions are my own, and may differ from yours, so use your best judgement in every purchase decision you make–wise in these economic times, right?