Welcome to day 8 of 30 Days of Dipes! Today is sponsored by Alanna from Leettle Hands & Feet. Leettle Hands and Feet gives 100% of their profits to World Vision International. World Vision International is a non-profit that serves families and children worldwide, including survivors of natural disasters, abandoned and exploited children, survivors of civil war and famine, and children and families in communities devastated by diseases like AIDS and Malaria. Thanks to Alanna, I will be reviewing and giving away a 3 pack of Leettle Hands and Feet Pocket Diapers. Make sure you also check out Erin from The Slacker Mom‘s My Sweet Pickles review today!
The Dirty Details:
Daytime Use: 4 Bums Up!
Overnight Use: 3 Bums Up!
Ease of Use: 3.5 Bums Up!
Quality: 3 Bums Up!
Overall: 3.5 Bums Up!
Daytime Use: I gave the Leettle Hands and Feet pocket diaper 4 Bums Up for daytime use. I love that the Leettle Hands and Feet diapers come standard with 2 inserts. When The Gnome was younger, he only ever needed one insert but now that he’s getting bigger we definitely need to double stuff. These diapers have a generous rise and come in a ton of great prints and minky prints! The only reason I didn’t give it 5 bums up is that my toddler’s chunky thighs really push this diaper to its limits. If he was any chunkier, we would have had a problem with the fit.
Overnight Use: I gave the Leettle Hands and Feet 3 Bums Up for overnight use. It falls right in the middle as far as pocket diapers go. It would be fine for an infant overnight but once you get into the toddler range you will need some additional absorbency.
Ease of Use: I gave the Leetle Hands and Feet 3.5 Bums Up for Ease of Use. One size diapers can be confusing to some people. For the purpose of my reviews I picture a sized, hook and loop, all in one diaper as a 5 Bums Up for ease of use. I think the elasticized pocket opening makes the diaper slightly harder to stuff but it also solves the problem of the inserts sliding up the baby’s back!
Quality: I gave the Leettle Hands and Feet pocket diapers 3 Bums Up for quality. At only $7 each, you would be hard pressed to find another diaper of this quality for this price. Alanna has used the same set of these diapers on her children, for three years.
Overall: Overall, I gave the Leettle Hands and Feet diapers 3.5 Bums Up. They are a great diaper for the price point!
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Disclosure: I received this product for free for the purpose of this review. My opinions are 100% mine.