In wool, Dalia can barely fit into 18 month pants--certainly not with the Baby BeeHinds Wool, but yes with her little-to-bigs. Wool is amazing. I love wool. Wool is necessary for Dalia's overnight diapers. It is breathable, absorbent, natural, and super comfortable.
So recently we have had a problem with our flip covers (pretend you can see my super sad face at this point in my post). They are serious workhorses, cheap, and generally pretty decent quality. BUT the PUL is starting to show serious wear and tear, and they need replacing after 1 year of solid use.
Not bad for a $10 cover, you know?
So 1 year later I am on the hunt to restock our worn diapers. A friend of mine suggested weehuggers. Seriously? What a name... I mean people will buy that cover just because it is called weehuggers! Plus they have adorable prints. Check them out here. So we got Dalia two of these to replace her PUL covers that are no longer doing the trick.
So after all of our trial and error with covers, our stash of current fitting diaper covers includes:
4 little to bigs, snaps
1 thirsties duo, snaps(PUL still works, but the rise is awful on her so we hardly use it)
1 soon to be aristocrat, pull on overnight
2 soon to be weehuggers, aplix
2 baby beehinds, aplix
10 covers total is a good number for cloth diapering families. We didn't include the flips because they aren't working for us anymore. It is just enough for us. The only thing I would add for cold nights is a pair of wool longies. I love wool longies, but they are so pricey. Our beautiful wool does the trick for now, almost exclusively thanks to Dalia's Grammi and Papa.
The world of cloth diapering has been so fun for us. We are very happy that we made the decision 11 months ago to switch.
I will let you know how Weehuggers do when we get them!