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AppleCheeks Diapers

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If you’ve ventured around the cloth diaper world at all, you’ve heard of AppleCheeks Diapers.  I first saw an AppleCheeks diaper on another blogger’s site, and they were absolutely adorable on her daughter.  When I received the opportunity to review one myself, I couldn’t pass it up!  I just knew they’d be beyond cute on my little fluff bottom baby. We received the size 1 AppleCheeks diaper for review in Raspberry Sorbet.

AppleCheeks Raspberry Sorbet

The AppleCheeks diaper is an envelope cover that features two rows of snaps and super stretchy elastic in front and back to get that perfect fit.  It has a soft micro-fleece lining, a waterproof shell, and an envelope style opening for stuffing.  The elastic seems are ruffled, which is both cute and effective for containing leaks and such.

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The AppleCheeks diapers come in two sizes with size 1 fitting from 7 – 20lbs, and Size 2 fitting from 18 – 40lbs.  Since Little Miss is already over 17 pounds, we are on the last snap of the bottom row, and have one more snap available on the top row before we’d need to move up a size.

As suspected, the AppleCheeks diaper looked absolutely presh on Little Miss.  Of course, the important thing is whether or not it works, right?

AppleCheeks Size 1

We’ve had no leaks or blowouts with our AppleCheeks.  It launders well and has held up well.  I love the fact that you can stuff the pocket or just lay the insert on top of it, provided of course you lay the correct side against baby’s skin.

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About Virginia

Hi there! My name is Virginia, and I am the author/owner of That Bald Chick. I am a Christian, wife, mother of three, full time homemaker, homeschooler, and ministry volunteer in addition to being a blogger. In my free time *cough* I enjoy reading, writing, taking walks with my family, and listening to music.