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Laken has been sporting Bebeboo diapers for a full year now, and it has been such a joy to see the small mom-owned company grow the way that is has. Since our very first Bebeboo diaper, there have been a few changes that have made an outstanding impression on me and impacted our cloth diapering journey greatly – namely the introduction of the Bebeboo Flex OS diaper that has been so highly favored in our diaper collection, it’s worked its way up the ranks into our #1 preference in cloth diaper covers!
Making the claim of this being my favorite cover is a pretty bold statement, as many know I had been mostly brand loyal to another brand for years. While I still love and use other brands, this one hits a few notes with me that just make sense, and make cloth diapering overall much more simple.
Back in August you read my review of the Bebeboo “Choice” Diaper that continues to get a lot of love in our rotation. However, my preference has always been to use covers over pocket diapers, so the new Flex diaper quickly won me over out of their new releases.
This particular print is called “The Good ‘Ol Days,” and it beautifully portrays all of the seasons in one perfect print. The orange and black tones in it have made it my go-to diaper to rock during the month of October as we get ready for Halloween, but I love that this print is truly evergreen and can be work all throughout the year!
The OS Flex diaper fits most babies 10-35 lbs, and it has adjustable rise settings so that it can easily grow with your baby as they get bigger. The winning ticket for me on this diaper that has made it my new preference is the presence of the front panel flap in the front to prevent wicking at the front for tummy sleepers, and the absence of it in the back!
That may sound a bit odd, because at first glance, you may think that having a front and back panel flap would be a good thing. The more the merrier, so to speak. However, having no back flap panel means MUCH easier spraying to remove solids. Seen next to the Bebeboo Flex diaper above is a Buttons brand super diaper, which has a back flap panel. When removing solids with a sprayer, solids easily become trapped in the flap, making it a mess to try to clean. The Bebeboo Flex makes getting rid of solids much easier, and I am here for it!
Also featured on the Bebeboo Flex diaper are double gussets to keep contents inside the diaper, and an extra hip snap on the wings to keep the diaper secure in place. I feel that it helps generate an all around better fit so Laken can spend more time playing and I can spend less time worrying about fit issues or leaks.
Just as with most any cover, you can use whatever type of insert you choose, be it a prefold, flat, fitted or compatible snap-in inserts. You can find Bebeboo snap-in inserts here, and I have found that both Buttons and Best Bottoms snap-inserts are compatible as well.
The Bebeboo Flex Diaper also comes in a petite option to fit smaller babies, and both options are priced very affordably with the OS being $14.95 and the petite size being $12.95.
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