Wow! I must say I have gotten SO behind. I received the super cute and unique Ones & Twos Cloth Diaper to review eons ago. Finally, since I know you all would love a chance to win one, I am writing my thoughts and sharing a cloth diaper review and giveaway with you all.
The Ones & Twos Diaper is a Onesize Cloth Diaper that comes with a sewn in soaker and unattached insert.
You can use it without the extra doubler for light use or add the doubler and make the diaper adequate for heavy wetters or nighttime diapering.
I really like the design and quality. The aplix is similar to that of a Grovia. The harder plastic with fine teeth. You may have to have a GroVia Cloth Diaper in order to know what I am referring to.
I like the flap in the front that you can tuck the doubler under and suedecloth is a great interior stay-dry fabric that stays nice and new looking for a really long time.
This is a onesize cloth diaper and it supposed to fit birth though potty training. Although, when comparing it to some of the other diapers I own I would say that this diaper is for sure on the smaller side. So if your little one is a super “chunker” or a “chubba-wubba” as I love to say, then this may not be the brand for you in the later years.
On a unique-ness scale I'd say this is a nice and unique diaper, not going to be like every other diaper you own and have seen. It was used recently at my local Great Cloth Diaper Change 2012 event as one of the mystery diapers for our “Guess that diaper” game. We covered the label and moms were stumped. They could not figure out what diaper it was and knew that it was unlike many diapers they had seen.
The price is affordable, I'd say mid-range, you're not going to have to spend $20, it's average retail is $16.95. And for a diaper that can be both an AIO, AI2 and contains bamboo then I'd say that's a fair price.
So, do you want a chance to win one? Eco Distribution, the USA Distributor of Ones & Twos is giving you all a chance to win one!
Open to the USA Only. Enter to win via the Rafflecopter form below.
*This is a sponsored giveaway although I was not compensated for it or for my opinions. I was given a diaper to keep and one is also being offered to you free of charge.
I'm Julie, a former cloth diaper retailer who discovered a passion for the industry. Now, instead of selling cloth diapers, I advocate them and promote small businesses I love who sell and manufacture them.
I'm the wife of a fireman and mother of three. I have a daughter and identical twin sons.