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SposoEasy AIO Diaper

So, you've decided that you want to try out cloth diapers, but you don't want to deal with the multiple steps of using cloth diapers with covers.  You want something that is just as easy as a disposable diaper.  The SposoEasy All-In-One (AIO) diaper may be just the diaper for you. 

SposoEasy's AIO has an exterior that is waterproof and an interior that is 100% cotton - which means that Baby stays dry and so does his/her clothes.  This AIO comes in either snaps or Velcro and sells in sizes X-Small to Large (4 - 50 pounds), making it easy to find a size that fits your baby.  The best part of this AIO is that, unlike pocket diapers, there is nothing to stuff prior to diapering Baby.  Also, it has a flap sewn in to the diaper that adds absorbency without bulk.  This flap also allows the diaper to wash - and dry - more easily.

The one downside that I found with the SposoEasy AIO is the area around the legs.  This area, when not properly fitted to Baby, allows for leakage.  I am a person who prefers leg gussets for extra leakage protection.  This diaper falls short in this area, but still does a good job containing most things in comparison to your regular disposable diapers.

As with all AIOs, the reason that I don't particularly choose to diaper with this style is that it will cost more.  Each of these diapers range from $18.95 - $20.95.  You will need a greater amount of AIOs if you choose this diapering option since the entire diaper must be washed prior to reusing.  Depending on the age of the child, this could be anywhere from 6 to 15 diapers per day (and possibly even more), putting a grand total of possibly $400 per diaper size (assuming you wash diapers once a day) and then potentially spending up to $2000 for the entire duration of diapering.  For me, I prefer to save this cost through the reuse of diaper covers.

However, SposoEasy does make a good diaper that saves money in comparison to disposable diapers.  If you are interested in an easy AIO, then check out SposoEasy!

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