photo by jessica lambright
So if you’re here, it’s either because you went the choose your own adventure route from our troubleshooting post, or because you used that handy dandy search feature off to the right. Either way, it sounds like you’re having some frustration with leaks while using cloth inserts.
photo courtesy of Brandi Bolinger
Let’s just start with this: there is no diaper on earth that is 100% leak-proof. Occasionally we’ll get a call in to diaper therapy here at gHQ with the question “Can you guarantee gDiapers won’t leak?”. It’s a bit of a head-scratcher. “Well, no,” we answer. Every baby is different.
photo by Makenzie Rea State
You know what’s not cool? Handing over our garbage to the next generation. You know what is cool? Using yesteryear’s gDiapers on subsequent children.
No matter what you choose to use inside gPants, you still have the luxury of getting to use gPants over and over and over again. We’ve
photo by Emily Shaw Lapish
Baby got back. And thighs. And those thighs are often wonderfully chubby. We can’t get enough of them. Those beautifully chubby baby thighs do a funny thing to diapers. They squeeze them together, and the end result is a bunched up diaper. We call this bunching. And so do you.
You’re ready to do this. Know how we know? Cause you’re reading this.
photo by felicia williams
The formula is simple: you need gPants and you need inserts. That’s it. We suggest having 6-8 gPants per size (for small, medium, and large at least). If you want to use the disposable inserts exclusively, count on a case every