Why You Need to Try the WolbyBug Diaper Cover
If you are like me, sometimes you get stuck in a cloth diaper rut! You may like to stick with what you know works, and what you are comfortable with. That is how I am with my Flip Diaper Covers! They work well for me, so why “rock the boat.” That was until I discovered the WolbyBug Diaper Covers from Knickernappies!
If you LOVE Flip Diaper Covers, you need to get your hands on the WolbyBug Covers! In my opinion, these are better than the Flip Covers. Shhh…don’t tell Flip I said that! Here are the reasons why:
- Not only do they come in solid colors, but also prints such as “cow”, “bubble” or “boysenberry.”
- These covers can be used multiple times before they have to be washed. If the baby has not soiled the diaper, you can quickly wipe out the inside of the cover, hang it dry, and use it for another change.
- The price is only $10.99 for 1 cover. The more covers you buy, the cheaper the price! Pair that with the Knickernappies Indian Prefolds and you have an inexpensive yet highly effective cloth diapering solution!
- The cover has a three step rise which allows it to fit most babies 8 to 35 lbs.
- The WolbyBug cover has an elastic flap in the rear of the diaper to help hold the insert in place and prevent it from “bunching up.”
- The cover also has a front tuck flap which helps to hold the insert in place, and prevent wicking.
- Double waist snaps and a hip snap help to prevent wing droop.
- The WolbyBug cover has a cross-over snap for those skinny babies. This feature also allows you to wrap up a soiled diaper when you are on-the-go.
- This cover allows for the flexibility to use more absorbent or less absorbent inserts making it an excellent choice for day or nighttime diapering
- The diaper fabric is made of a waterproof PUL to help prevent leaks.
Do I have you convinced yet? Have you heard of these diaper covers before?
Bio: Julie is a semi-stay-at-home mom to her handsome son J.T. who is 7 months old and wife to hubby Jered who is a teacher and pastor. J.T. provided her motivation to start Cloth Diapering! Not wanting to expose his little bum to all those chemicals in disposables and not returning to work full time, she was looking for a safe and inexpensive alternative. Cloth Diapering were her answer! Julie considers herself an advocate for cloth diapers and with her blog, My ClothDiaper Stash, she hopes to share her passion and help others reap the benefits too. She is also a contributor for She Thinks Media.