All-in-one cloth diapers are a convenient choice for parents who want the eco-friendliness of cloth but the ease of use of disposables. All-in-one cloth diapers, as the name suggests, are just one piece to put on your baby, versus prefolds and covers, or other cloth diapering systems that require multiple pieces. A fantastic choice for cloth diapering beginners, these all-in-one cloth diapers have a good track record for durability and quality. Some of these are technically pocket diapers, but... are often categorized as AIOs because there's just one piece when you put the cloth diaper on your baby.
01 of 06The newest version of the BumGenius all-in-one cloth diaper is ultra-convenient because it's also a one-size diaper. Rows of snaps on the front, plus a super-adjustable waist means this cloth diaper will fit babies from 7-35 lbs. The interior fabric is soft against baby's skin, and you can stuff the inside pocket with one or two microfiber inserts to get the absorbency baby needs. BumGenius AIOs are also quite trim compared to other all-in-one cloth diapers, so baby doesn't have a... lot of bulk to haul around. Fold-back laundry tabs keep the closures in place during washing. An added bonus - these diapers come in a fun range of colors and patterns. About $18 per diaper.
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If you're a fan of vibrant colors, the Dream-Eze all-in-one cloth diapers might be a perfect choice. A true AIO, the inserts are sewn to the diaper, so there's no stuffing or snapping needed before putting the diaper on your baby. Dream-Eze cloth diapers are known for being incredibly absorbent. Snaps at the waist are durable and provide several fit options. These cloth diapers come in three sizes for 8-16 lbs, 15-25 lbs, and 24+ lbs. About $16 per diaper.
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Smartipants All-In-One Cloth DiapersA pocket-style all-in-one, the Smartipants cloth diaper is also a one-size style that fits 7-35 lbs. You can add extra Smart Sleeve inserts if you want to increase absorbency. The inserts are designed to come out on their own in the wash, so you don't need to pull an insert out post-diaper-change. Available in seven pastel colors for about $15 per diaper.
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Motherease All-In-One Cloth DiapersDesigned with a comfy, stretchy fit and fabrics that are breathable but wonderfully leak-proof, the Motherease all-in-one cloth diaper is a true one-piece diaper that is every bit as convenient as disposables. Available in three sizes for 10-20 lbs, 20-35 lbs, and 35-45 lbs and only in white. $16-$18 per diaper.Continue to 5 of 6 below.
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Bumkins All-In-One Cloth DiapersAnother true all-in-one, this Bumkins cloth diaper style is available in several adorable prints and bright colors. I love the Dr. Seuss prints, especially the One Fish, Two Fish theme and the Horton Hears a Who theme. So cute! Beyond good looks, though, these cloth diapers have a silky, waterproof outer layer and super-absorbent inner layers, An airflow section helps with breathability, as well as helping the diaper dry faster. The fold-back laundry tabs keep the fabric from being damaged by... the Velcro at the waist. Very easy to use, and available in four sizes to fit 6-12 lbs, 12-22 lbs, 22-32 lbs, and 32-42 lbs. About $18 per diaper.
06 of 06The true all-in-one diapers are very trim and a little less expensive than others in the category. I love the absorbent flap on the Kushies Ultra Lite AIOs, because it allows you to put the most absorbency toward the front for boys and the back for girls, without removing or replacing any inserts. It's also nice that this diaper has only two sizes to cover a wide range of babies, 10-22 lbs and 22-45 lbs. That means you don't need to buy as many diapers overall. About $11 per diaper.