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Review: Peachy Green Sprout Up AI2 nappy

http://www.peachygreendiapers.com

Following on from Peachy Green’s sized AIO nappies, they have now added a one size AI2 to their range. Now I loved the sized AIOs; trim, absorbent, gorgeous prints, the list goes on. And in general I’d always take a sized nappy over a one size due to the fit, so I wasnt super excited when I first heard about the OS but I am now converted! It’s virtually as trim as the sized version on, possibly the slimmest OS nappy we own. Me and OH really do love it, so much so that we now own quite a few……damn those gorgeous limited edition prints!

So enough gushing, let’s get to the specs, Amanda at Baby Bum Boutique stocks the biggest range and new colours and prints are released virtually every 2-3 months (yay!). They are priced at £16 for the shell and inserts are £6 each. Sounds expensive but bear in mind it’s an AI2 – meaning that you can reuse the shell. So if you spent £16 on a shell and £12 on two inserts (£28 in total) you are effectively getting two wears each time out of it – as if it were two nappies. So £28 for the equivalent of two nappies, which if you look at the fact that they come in fun prints and have bamboo inserts is a fab price.

It’s a side snapping nappy (my favourite type for a nice smooth finish across the belly) and it adjusts with rise snaps on the front to grow with your child. The inside of the shell is a soft microfleece that resists wetness so when the insert is wet you can just swap it out for a fresh one. You could of course just use it as an AIO if you wish and it’s still a fab nappy but to make the most of your money its worth reusing the shell. 

Chloe was in the medium (size 1s) in the sized version and the rise was getting a bit on the low side but in the Sprout Up it’s a perfect fit and there’s plenty of room around the waist to fit a bigger child still. One slight issue I have is that unlike most AI2s nappies that have a wipeable shell, the Sprout Up just has the microfleece – which is great in that its nice and soft on the areas it touches your child’s skin but if they are a super wetter then you may need to let the shell air a little before you re-use it. Not a big deal and to be honest I think I prefer it being the soft microfleece next to their skin.

So as mentioned, there is a snap in insert which attaches to the back of the nappy and its made from bamboo fleece which is super absorbent and it has stayed fairly soft after months of washing. The inserts are different to the sized nappies, as obviously these need to grow with your child and the one size shell. So they are in one long piece that you snap in to the shell and the bottom layer folds back on itself and snaps up to a small, medium or large setting and then the top layer goes over the top.

Ease of use: These are super simple, no stuffing or anything fiddly, just snap in an insert and put on, at change time snap in a fresh one and when it is time to put it in the wetbag you dont need to unsnap the insert at all (unless you want to).

Performance: These arent quite as absorbent as the sized AIO version but with a booster in they are good for 3+ hours on Chloe which for a good looking and trim nappy is fine with me. Containment is great, the soft leg elastic combined with the ability to do different waist and leg snap settings means it gives a snug fit and there’s no red marks from the leg elastic.  Drying time is really great for it being a natural fiber insert thanks to the fact its in one long piece and as the inner is microfleece it is of course virtually dry from the machine and stays nice and soft wash after wash.

Design: The frequency with which new colours and prints come out means there’s bound to be something you like. They always have really funky prints too, I love the Owls one and the colour coordinating snaps are a nice touch. It’s great knowing that there’s only a limited amount of each print and it means they should hold their resell value well. I think the design of these is really fab, I love how you dont need to buy different sized inserts and the nappy itself is pretty much perfect, nothing I’d want to change at all.

Overall: I love that we dont have to compromise on having a trim fit for absorbency or even looks. I wish we could afford more of these as they brighten up my day with the funky prints and they fit fab under skinny jeans or legging. I never thought I’d say this but I do prefer this one size version then the sized and would recommend the Sprout Up to anyone. Especially as it can work out cheaper if you buy a few inserts and reuse the shell but like I said, even if you used it as an AIO it’s still a fab nappy! I do wish they were cheaper but that cant be helped with imported goods and the quality of these is really fab, they’ll definitely last to a second child. And speaking of second child, I’ll be trying these on Izzy soon and will update on how they fit on a little one!

Michelle xx

I bought the nappies mentioned in this post and did this review because I wanted to, no compensation was received for dong it . 

Review: Peachy Green Solo Luxe AIO sized nappy

http://www.peachygreendiapers.com

I’ll confess, I hadnt heard of Peachy Green nappies (previously called Bright Star Baby – please see the update at the bottom of the review for more info) before Amanda at Baby Bum Boutique got in touch and asked if we’d like to review one. I nipped over to her shop to have a look at them and to say I was eager was an understatement! They looked fantastic; prints, side snaps, AIO (but you can unsnap the insert for better washing and faster drying), trim fitting, bamboo/cotton soakers – all of which are some of my favourite nappy related words, they almost seemed a bit too good to be true!

So back to the nappy itself, they are £17.75 and come in 3 sizes: Size 0, 1 and 2. Sized nappies do work out slightly more expensive in the long run but they always give such a trim fit, I’ve always preferred them on Chloe. We have the size 1 and Chloe’s around 21lbs so I’m pretty sure that due to the super stretchy outer this will last Chloe a bit beyond the stated max weight, which is always good.

So as mentioned, there is a snap in insert which attaches to the back of the nappy and is made from 100% bamboo/organic cotton fleece, which feels nice and soft. It’s what I’d call a double tongue style (two pieces attached at one end) but the great thing is the bottom piece is double layered at the end, towards the front of the nappy. So you get 3 layers there in total (or you could always fold it to the middle/back if needed. And as I said it has side snaps, which I always love, these give a lovely smooth finish across the belly, and it means you can have different settings for the legs and waist, perfect for Chloe.

So I was pretty much in love with it when I saw it, it went straight on and the fit was one of the best in cloth nappies we’ve had. The lovely stretch to the nappy is fantastic and it was so trim, you’d think she was wearing a disposable nappy. She didnt have it on for long but luckily enough the next day was wash day (is that a bit sad I get excited when it’s nappy wash day?) so I gave it some extra washing in the machine, ready for next time to give it a good testing. The weather is pretty rubbish here at the minute so I hung it on the airer inside and unsnapped the insert to help with drying and it was fully dry by morning.

At this point I was thinking ‘I love this nappy but I bet it doesnt last 5 minutes on Chloe’ as that’s generally the case I’ve found with pretty nappies. So on the nappy went and she had it on for about 3 hours before I chickened out and changed her but there were no leaks. Chloe is a heavy wetter so I was thinking we’d only get 2ish hours out of such a trim nappy but we can get around 3 hours out of it no problem. And if I stick in a little bamboo booster, which doesnt add to the bulk of the nappy at all then we can easily go 4 hours. There is a hemp booster that you can buy and snap in with the insert for heavy wetters/night time which I wouldnt mind getting for Chloe (see update below) but really any small booster you have laying around will work if you do need one.

Ease of use: These are pretty much perfect, you dont have to unsnap the insert at all but if you do then it’s super quick just to snap it back on once dry and you’re ready to go. I find side snapping nappies really easy to put on and once Daddy knows what snaps Chloe is on then he has no problems with them, the stretch to the fabric also helps to get a nice snug fit.

Performance: No leaks, no wicking (which I was wary of) and containment is perfect – nothing escapes! Drying time really is good, especially with being able to snap out the insert. And it’s stayed lovely and soft, even when it’s been dried on the line, which does tend to make some nappies hard and crunchy. Also there’s been no hint of red marks on Chloe’s thighs which is happening more and more these days, the soft leg elastic combined with the ability to do different waist and leg snap setting is a win for us.

Design: The range of prints and colours is really great and I hear there are new limited edition prints released regularly, which is always fab to hear. I dont think there’s a single thing I dont like about this nappy, oh wait actually, I’d love it if the label was on a black background instead of white on the darker prints like the Girly Pirate we have and a stay dry layer on the top of the insert would be fab, just to stop Chloe from feeling too wet but we just use a fleece liner so it’s not the end of the world. Yes I know that’s being really fussy but there’s nothing else I can find to fault with it!

Overall: It’s official, I am in love with this nappy, it has everything I adore, fun prints, side snaps, an amazing fit, easy to use, absorbent and did I mention the incredible trimness? We had no problems putting Chloe in a pair of skinny jeans which I have been having trouble squeezing her fluffy bum into with other nappies on.

It is a little on the expensive side for a sized nappy but like I said the stretchiness to the fabric will probably mean it lasts a bit above the stated size ranges and personally I think it’s worth that little bit more. I have actually already put an order in for 2 more (and believe me I had trouble stopping at just two!). Amanda is more than happy to take preorders as otherwise the most popular prints sell out fast. This may not be an amazing workhorse of a nappy for us that Chloe can go 4-5 hours in unboosted but it’s so pretty and slim fitting that it is a real favourite with both me and Daddy. Well worth every penny and am so happy we’ve come across it!

Michelle xx

We were kindly sent this nappy to review, however no one has told me what to write, all words (including spelling mistakes) and opinions are 100% my own and genuine.

Update 7th November 2011

We still love these nappies and actually have 5 of them now, (plus a matching Tshirt for the Girly Pirates nappy – which Chloe looks too cute in!). I did try the hemp boosters but didnt find them to be that great and wasnt too keen on the design of them. They snap to the the back of the nappy and then you snap the normal insert to them. I didnt like how this makes quite a chunk of plastic, a triple snap on snap bit, which as you can imagine is quite big. Plus it’s longer then the insert, so you can fold it for more boosting where needed, but I’d have just preferred it to be the same length as unless it’s a pre creased/stitched over fold it always makes it bulkier, IYGWIM! But as I love the slimness of these so much I’m more then happy to go without the booster and just change Chloe around the 3 hour mark before the nappy gets too wet – or just add a normal bamboo booster to make it go longer. And I can say that the inside of the nappies and inserts are still relatively soft, they havent got hard/crunchy like I’d have expected after months and months of use. Daddy is still a big fan of these as they are so simple to put on, not bulky and you can just chuck them in the nappy bin when done (although I still do unsnap the insert).

The main reason for the update is to say Bright Star Baby had now changed their name to Peachy Green so I have updated the review to reflect that, but be assured that they are still 100% made to the same design and materials etc. And they are still releasing gorgeous limited editions prints and a new AI2 style nappy has also been released where the inside of the nappy is fleece I believe, so that you should be able to just change the inserts at change time and reuse the same cover, like a Flip nappy. I havent tried them and they arent out over here yet but I’m sure I’ll have to get one to try when Amanda at Baby Bum Boutique has them in stock!

Michelle xx

Giveaway! (Closed)

To celebrate Real Nappy Week 2011, Amanda at Baby Bum Boutique has given us one of the Bright Star Baby nappies to giveaway on the blog, the winner can pick any size or colour/print that’s in stock. All you have to do is take a look over at the Bright Star Baby nappies and answer the following question:

‘What is your favourite print in the Bright Star Baby range?’

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And the winner is @sionedwyn !!

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Review: Tots Bots Easyfit V2 nappy

http://www.totsbots.com/

So as you probably know, if you’re a follower of the blog, I’m not a fan of velcro in nappies, however occasionally a nappy comes along that is only available in the dreaded velcro and if it’s pretty enough then I am willing to overlook that little negative and give it a whirl. This was one of those nappies, when the new Easyfit V2’s were released in fab new prints, I wanted one instantly but the velcro held me back, until finally a few weeks ago I caved in and got one after hearing another rave recommendation for them. There has been a bit of a price war on the Easyfits of late and you can pick them up from as little as £14.99 in some shops, I got mine from Fill Your Pants* in the gorgeous Flower Power print. The Easyfit is a birth to potty nappy, designed to fit from about 8-35lbs and has two rows of rise snaps on the front to give 3 sizes in total and it comes in 6 funky prints (both girl and boy friendly) and in plain white as well. It’s an All In One nappy, that has a fold out bamboo and microfibre terry core for quicker drying and a pocket opening at the back so you can boost it easily if needed.

When this arrived I was amazed at how squishy the nappy was, the outer is very soft, it’s not like any other nappy that I can think of! The print was possibly even prettier then in the pictures, I was a very happy girl! So I opened it out and had a look inside and noticed a few things, firstly, the opening for the pocket is a good size but stuffing the ‘loose’ end of core of the nappy back inside is a little fiddly, I think that because it’s so soft and squidgy and the fact that it’s attached at one end just makes it a bit harder than just stuffing in a separate firmer insert. Also The velcro is a really good strong kind but but the strip that goes across the front of the nappy, makes the nappy feel and sound…crinkly? It sounds odd I know but it’s not the soft kind of velcro that we’ve had on BG’s and Wee Notions etc, but a stiffer kind, it sounds totally mad I’m sure! Also I’ve noticed that sometimes when Chloe’s been sat up before I change her, the velcro has left a slight red mark where her tummy has its rested against the velcro, I think because it’s so stiff, it hasnt hurt her in any way at all and it’s only been once or twice but I’ve not noticed it before with any other velcro nappies we’ve had.

Even after a good few washes, the nappy still retained it’s squidginess, it really is lovely in that respect and great for when I’m getting Chloe in some jeans, as with some nappies it can be a bit of a fight to squish them into the her thick jeans! It went 4 hours fine, no problems there and we havent needed to boost it at all, Chloe hasnt pooped in it yet but I cant see it having any problems with that, I’ll be sure to add to the update post in a few weeks if there is any leaks. Drying time is good thanks to the flap out core, but I do still find it annoying having to stuff it back in the pocket, I’m sure you could just lay it on top of the sewn in half but I like to tuck things away (even if I do find it annoying doing so), as it’s much easier to clean up if there’s a poop explosion!

Ease of use: Being velcro, these are super fast to get on with a wriggling Chloe and its easy to get a really good, snug fit. Remembering to do up the velcro to the laundry tabs is something I hate, OH has remembered to do it so far but I just know I’ll do the wash one day and find it stuck to another nappy! As mentioned, stuffing the loose part of the nappy inside the pocket isnt hard work but it is more effort then I thought it would be.

Performance: Happily does 4 hours, would need to boost it for going longer though. No leaks at all, the leg elastic does look quite bomb proof so I’m confident it will withstand everything. Drying time is good as well, I just pop it in the airing cupboard and it’s dry in a few hours.

Design: Looks wise, the prints are gorgeous but for me the velcro lets it down slightly. I do love the idea of the core being half attached to the nappy and half loose. It does make drying time fab but if the flappy out piece was maybe a little smaller/thicker it would be easier to get in the pocket. A great feature though and the pocket opening itself is a good size and the flap that covers the opening is better than the ones on the BG V4. I also do prefer the bamboo and microfibre terry inner over normal microfibre or bamboo on its own as it not only performs well, dries quickly but its also soft and squishy. You dont end up with the bulky sumo wrestler look between the legs either, as the core just squidges shape easily and the fit of the nappy is so much better for it.

Overall: I adore the squishiness and look of this nappy but I find the velcro annoying, I can put up with it being fiddly to put the loose bit back into the pocket as ultimately it makes it a faster drying nappy. But I find the velcro more annoying than usual as it just feels stiff, hard and well cheap comes to mind, I’m sure it’s not as the quality elsewhere on the nappy is fantastic but I really just dont like it. I’m not really sure if I can get past it but I am going to try as it is such a lovely nappy in every other respect! If these came out in snaps and stayed at the £14/15 price tag then I would be getting more, they’re absorbent, great to look at, easy to use, what’s not to love! If you’re a velcro fan then these are a must try for you, if you’re a snaps fan then it’s worth trying one but my opinion is out as to whether you’ll want to keep it or not. I do definitely think they are over priced at the £16/£17 mark and wouldnt pay that for another, they are gorgeous but are just missing that designer edge or imported nappy price that pushes them up above £15.

So the jury is still out at the minute, I so wish the nappy fairy would turn this into snaps overnight but that’s not going to happen and I’ve not heard any news about it being released in snaps, so I am going to keep with it for a while longer and see if I can overcome the velcro and love it for the gorgeousness and fab performing nappy that it is!

Michelle xx

Update  21st February 2011

We still like these nappies, and reach for them alot but the velcro is beginning to look a bit aged (needs a bit of defluffing) which makes me a bit sad. However they last Chloe an easy 4 hours, look cute and dry quick, we even tried them overnight and stuffed the pocket with 2 bamboo boosters – it was all soaking wet in the morning, Chloe’s skin was slightly wet as well but there were no leaks. It did the job better than I thought, granted I wont be using them at nights all the time as I prefer to use a specific night nappy so her skin is nice and dry in the mornings, but it’s always good to know that at a push it can be used. I did start off using the flap out core stuffed into the pocket but now I just lay it in the nappy and use a normal fleece liner over the top like I do in all Chloe’s nappies, it just means I dont have to pull the flappy bit out when putting it in the nappy bucket or have to bother restuffing it when clean.

I still find them crinkly sounding but they are great for slim fitting trousers and jeans and I love how they squish into shape, so they arent rigid and bulky between the legs. I think they’re keepers for now, until they start to look really scruffy around the velcro, as they do a great job but I wont be getting any more unless they come out in snaps. If you’re a velcro fan then these are a must try and if you want something as easy as an AIO but in prints then again these are definitely for you. I love the range of prints, the ”boy’ prints are really cool, and I prefer the red velcro on the Cherrylicious to the white on the other, only because it stays looking newer longer! They were definitely worth a try, just a shame they aren’t in snaps or I think they would be a firm favourite!

Michelle xx

I bought all nappies mentioned in this post and did this review because I wanted to , no compensation was received for doing it.

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Review: Bambooty AIO nappy

http://www.bambooty.com.au

I finally got a Bambooty from Fluff Heaven and on paper it seems like the perfect nappy for us, but I think I just took so long to get one as I wasn’t keen on the prints and colours, but still here we go. They come in either a night version (£15-£16.75) or a day version (£14.50-£14.99), I;m more than happy with our current night nappies so I opted for the day version, there was a choice of 6 plain colours and 8 prints to choose from, I picked the ‘Tutu Cute’ print. They come in various sizes;  small upto 7kg,  medium 6-11.5kg, large 10kg+ and the night version also comes in an XL 13kg+ sizes,  I always prefer a sized over a one size so it’s less bulky so this was deffientely a plus point for me.

Bambooty’s only come in snaps (another plus point for me) and are an all in one nappy, which has two boosters which are attached at one end so they flap out for speedier drying. The boosters are made of a bamboo fleece and organic cotton mix, with hidden microfibre for super-absorbency. One is topped with a stay dry suedecloth layer to lock moisture away from baby’s bottom and the other is just natural fibres so you can choose which one you want next to your baby’s skin. Another clever design of the Bambooty is the extra internal elasticated ‘guard’, which stops the boosters from moving about and also works very effectively to prevent leaks and explosions, as does the two layers of soft elastic around each leg-hole. The Bambooty also comes inside a free small washable wetbag, which although only holds 1 nappy, it is a very nice touch.

The first thing I thought when I got the Bambooty out of its little wetbag is ‘Wow, that’s a dinky nappy, is it the right size?’ I checked and yes it really is a medium but it does look tiny. As with Itti’s the Bambooty only has a 1 snap waist band rather than the double snaps that you get on one size nappies like BG’s, I personally prefer the double snaps as I think they give a better fit but it’s not big problem, I think possibly the large and XL sizes have the double snaps but I’m not 100% certain. So on it went and as expected it was a lovely trim fit and it survived 4 hours without any leaks, which is always a bonus without any prewashing! A few washes later and it was still holding up well after 4 hours but I’m not sure how well it would last after another hours or with a heavy wetter, I think you would definitely need to slip in an extra booster. Chloe has decided not to poop in this nappy yet but I do have high hopes for that department thanks to the ‘guard’ and leg gusseting. Drying time isn’t bad for this seeing as it’s an AIO, I generally just leave it overnight and it’s dry in the morning so no complaints there.

Ease of use: Being an all in one nappy this is simplicity itself, no adjusting the rise snaps, no stuffing or snapping boosters in, just lay the booster flaps however you feel best, natural fibre or stay dry on top and snap nappy up, easy. It’s also great when it comes to change time, no fiddling with inserts just chuck it as is straight into the bucket, this is definitely a good nappy for husbands, nans, childcare etc.

Performance: No complaints so far but I am still waiting to test its containment capacities. Drying time with this is great compared to other all in ones which have the boosters fully sewn in.

Design: I’m still not overly wowed by the colours and prints this comes in but I cant fault that they do come in a very large range, both girl, boy and gender neutral, so nearly everyone should be happy (except picky people like me!). The inside of the nappy is really well designed in both the flap out boosters and the ‘guard’, the fact that the nappy is lovely and trim fitting as well is also a big plus.

Overall: This is a really good nappy so far but for reasons unknown I would still take an Itti Bitti D’Lish AIO over it. The ‘look’ of the Bambooty, although is nice, just doesnt really do it for me, I know you shouldn’t judge a book by its cover and all that but there’s something very ‘simple’ looking to it, which I’m sure many other people will find appealing but it just isn’t bold enough for my tastes. Once we’ve tested it a bit more I’ll decide whether it’s a keeper for us or not as I’m still a bit on the fence as it performs well but just not sure if I’d reach for it alot. If you’re looking for a good sized nappy and want something simple to use then this is a winner, easy and perfect for travelling or for family/childcare to use. It’s also for you if you aren’t big on minky fabric like the Itti’s or if you want the variety of plain colours and some prints thrown in.

Michelle xx

Update 29th November 2010

Despite this giving a lovely trim fit, I just dont go reaching for the Bambooty as one of my favourite nappies. It’s held up well with no leaks, although I think heavier wetters might need to boost it, poop containment has been fine as well, no complaints from that department. But I do find it fits very low, lower than even an Itti, I have noticed on occasion that it’s left a light red mark on the top of Chloe’s thighs, and she’s not chunky around the legs but she is quite long, which I think is the issue but it’s not been every time so maybe it’s just when she’s been sat having lunch and sitting for a while or something. So the verdict on the Bambooty is that although it works well, it’s not a ‘Wow’ nappy for me, a kind of in the background nappy. And like I said, the ease of use of it would make it great for childcare but I personally wouldnt go reaching for it over most of the other nappies in our stash, be it sized or a btp, so for us it’s not a keeper.

Michelle xx

I bought the nappy mentioned in this post and did this review because I wanted to, no compensation was received for doing it.

An itti bitti catch up.

Okay so I’ve been sick the last few days, OH is away monday to saturday so I’ve been missing him, sorting out Chloe, feeling like death, worrying about moving house and all that jazz. Am actually feeling worse today but I have family coming to visit tomorrow so have been running around tidying up and stuff.

But anyway what have I missed whilst I’ve been a snotty monster, well the new Itti Tutto has been released. Now to be honest when we first tried Itti’s (the SIO version) it wasnt love at first wee. They looked lovely and fit so trim and snug – no sumo bulkness between the legs, but we had leaks and the snap in inserts dried all crunchy/hard. So I ended up getting rid of the ones we had, in their defence Chloe might well have been a bit small for them, I have heard that they suit chunky thighs better and we didnt try the AIO version, some babies fit one version better then the others.

So a few months ago I tried an AIO and it was fine, no leaks and it did dry pretty quick considering it was an AIO. So I got limited edition ‘like a Tiger’ one, which I have to say is a favourite nappy now. So that’s our itti back story, so then there’s this new Tutto, here are the details on it;

It’s a one size, now I can see this being a good thing for itti lovers, no need to keep replacing them but for us, I prefer sized nappies, yes they end up costing more but as Chloe is so petite they fit her so much better.

It has a complete internal gusset, protecting the sides and back, called a ‘poo fence’ which means you don’t need to worry about leaks. It sounds good, I havent had any issues with Itti’s now that Chloe has chunked out a bit but improvements that stop pooplosions is always welcome.

Has new hip snaps to stop the dreaded ‘wing droop’, we’ve never experienced this but I know plenty of people that have so this is a step in the right direction.

Each nappy comes with three soaker pads, so you can customise the absorbency to suit your baby. Which I think is fab and I wish all nappy makers would make girl/boy customisability, as having the extra boosting at the back but not all bulky at the front is fantastic.

There’s also going to be ‘seasonal prints’ which sounds fab too.

So actually I’m pretty excited about them, I will get one to give it a go and see how trim it is being a one size and to have a fiddle with the soakers, sadly they wont be out here till sep/oct, no official date yet and not sure on the price either but am looking forward to it, especially prints!

No new nappies are due in this week, am getting a bit of a fluff withdrawl, might have to see if anything takes my fancy for medicinal reasons obviously, to help my recovery from this illness *cough cough*. Will keep you posted.

Michelle xx