When you start researching cloth diapers, you’ll come across countless brands that offer a one-size option. I love them. They snap to different rises and waist circumferences so that a single diaper or cover fits for a long time; potentially, the baby’s entire diaper-wearing years.
However, many of the same brands also offer a newborn size option. I never bought these before because I didn’t want to spend the money on diapers that I would only use for a short time, especially without knowing if the baby would even fit newborn sizes. I just received some newborn Sweet Pea diapers though and wanted to show you the actual size difference between a newborn size and the one-size diapers.
I have a newborn and one-size of Sweet Peas All-in-one diapers on top, and their covers below, all set to their smallest size setting.
Quite the difference! I don’t have a newborn quite yet to show how they each actually fit a newborn, but seeing them side-by-side, I can definitely see why it’s worth it to invest in newborn sizes, especially if you have smaller babies.
I hope this is helpful!