When you decide to use cloth diapers, many people are unsure whether they will really be able to work the way that disposables do to contain all of the mess that goes with diapering and if they are as easy to put on as disposable diapers. I got to try the Buttons All in two diapers, I love that the inserts snap in and you do not have to worry about shifting and moving of the insert inside. I Never had any problems with this diaper containing and absorbing everything it needed to. They go on very much like a disposable except with snaps instead of tape. I am a big fan of snaps when it comes to cloth diapering as I feel it gives me a sense of security against my son wanting to pull the diaper off.
They are so cute and the fit is nice as well. I really liked the button on the back, sometimes the little touches make a lot of difference.
Buttons offers a great line up of basic colors that will mix and match with baby’s wardrobe easily and they have some cute prints to mix it up once in a while. The brand also features cloth wipes, diaper pail liners, flushable bamboo diaper liners for easy clean up and which is always a bonus! I like when I can get all of what I need from one brand.
The inserts that come with this diaper are hemp and cotton, both incredibly sustainable and are the hallmarks in highly absorbent inserts and diapers. They have large and small inserts depending on your needs and size of your baby. They are a bit thick, but they actually do not take away from the trimness or great fit of the diaper. They also have microfiber daytime inserts and a night-time doubler you can snap on so that it helps baby’s make it through the night with no leaking. If you prefer microfiber its important to know that Buttons Diapers do come with that option.
The diaper covers have elastic at the back and at the tummy to make for a very custom fit and it gives enough stretch to allow baby to move, jump, climb and roll around without causing gaps and creasing. Kids move a lot this is an awesome feature for a cloth diaper to have. The double gussets on the legs are a must have to catch any explosions or messes that may want to try to escape. The snaps give you an option for rise setting to get a better fit and the waist flaps do overlap if your baby has a smaller waist. My son as shown in the photos is 21lbs and the diapers look so trim on him!
The price points are unbeatable with Buttons cloth diapers, giving you an option for truly affordable cloth diapers. Most of the covers are about $11 and when you pick up a pack of inserts you are coming in at a lower price point than most brands on the market. Definitely worth trying out and I am recommending to quite a few Moms I know that are looking to start out cloth diapering and need a secure but trim fit with different absorbency options!
Enter to WIN a Buttons cloth diaper for your little one! Winner gets one cover and one snap in insert. They can choose girl, boy, or gender neutral but color is sent at the discretion of Buttons Clot Diapers. Winner has 24hrs to reply to email to claim prize or another winner will be selected!
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Author: Nichole Arnold
I’m the owner of Mommy Needs a Bottle . I’m a 30- something wine enthusiast that resides in Tampa, FL. I love family traditions, traveling, cooking, baking, reading, fashion, tattoos, beauty products, and being a Mommy! I have a background in marketing, public relations, copywriting, and sales.