All-in-Two Pocket nappy
Crackadaks OSFM AI2 pocket MCN's feature gorgeous hand-designed artwork that are sure to make a cracking statement while also being friendly to the environment.
A durable stretchy outer, water-resistant PUL layer covers the soft suede cloth inner lining, keeping your baby's skin dry.
Tested by skinny minnies and chunky monkeys, three rise snaps along with 2 levels of waist snaps, allow trim fits for almost every bum. I find you get the best fit on slimmer babies, but my wee chunky baby (10kgs) it fits great, but needs a little fiddling to get it right.
Each Nappy comes with 2 thirsty bamboo terry towelling and microfibre inserts, which allow you to customise the fit and absorption demands for each child. These inserts can be stuffed, snapped or laid on top of the pocket, based on individual preference. Made up of quality fabrics, these inserts are designed to last.
One of the slimmest fitting knicker type nappy I have come across, the half hourglass shape long snake insert sits nicely in the pocket, without moving, even on my forever wriggly and running about toddler. Easy to open snaps, the tabs give you easy fitting and will prevent wing drop. The inserts are nice and absorbent, they can be put into the pocket, or used as an all in two nappy, with the insert and the booster laid on top.
Oli says it is one of his most comfortable nappies, and he is getting into smaller cloth bums now, which feels more like underwear, I fear potty training is soon to happen with him. With the all in two layout with the bamboo inserts exposed, allow tots to feel wetness, and could be the first step to potty training, or a start for elimination communication training.
Please note these nappies are smaller cut, meaning they will sit below the belly button, and just above the butt line, and it works well for babies who are already on solids, and have a good poo schedule, and not prone to explosive poos, as with the lower cut this may be a problem for containment.
CrackaDaks nappies fit from smaller size, about 3.5 kgs, and this could prove a solution for those who have bigger babies and would want birth to potty nappy to start with, instead of on investing into newborn nappies, but we would not advise to start it on smaller birth weight babies, until they reach 3,5-4kgs.
OSFM - One Size Fits Most