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The only diapers that have held up for my dd is the Mother ease one-size and the Sandies Toddle-ease. They are not *cute* IMO, but right now I want durability for my money. -- Sara (Mar 24/00)

Mother-Ease Sandy's are very good dipes. They are both absorbent and easy to use. I reccommend them for diaper bag use. Much better fit than the Pops. -- Melanie Munford (Dec 27/99)

Mother-Ease Pops and Sandys. Sandys do offer a somewhat better fit, but the fact that Mother-Ease claims that Pops fit to 35lbs has got to be a joke :) My daughter outgrew her Pops at 24lbs and she's not a fat baby :) This to me is basically false advertising. People invest so much money in ME products expecting them to fit for the "duration" of the diapering years, only to be disappointed to find out that when the investment should pay off the most, they don't fit. I'll never buy another one, or suggest them to new parents... they're a waste of money. -- Carla B. (Nov 13/99)

My favorite dipes are Bumkins AIOs, Baby Moons, and Sandys. I also like wool Bumpys and Happy Pants. These are pricey products, but well worth the investment for easy cloth diapering. DH is so better about diapering since we switched from prefolds to fitted dipes. -- Heather Perry (Nov 6/99)

The Cotton Kids work great, especially for nighttime with an Aristocrat, even better than Sandys or Popolinos. I am very satisfied and plan to order some more. -- Lisa (Oct 16/99)

I really like Mother-ease. They hold up really well and the snap cover is great for nighttime, but the Sandy does shrink quit a bit. -- Caryl Villa (Sept 25/99)

Sandy's and Popolinos are great but Pops needs the liner to be absorbent enough. My trouble with both of them is that my baby looks like a stuffed sausage in them! -- Kim (Sept 7/99)

I bought ME Sandy's and love them. They are wonderful and so soft. My son wears it to bed with an Air-rika cover and the outside of the dipe isn't even wet in the morning. Great absorbency. -- Toni

I tried the Sandy's when my babies were 2 months and 19 months and really didn't like them. The elastic was too tight on their thighs (and they're skinny!) and gave them a blister rash. They were absorbent, but my kids are very heavy wetters and I found I still had to change them just as often and would rather spend the money on a less expensive diaper. -- Amy Hyatt

Our Mother Ease diapers have performed well for both of my daughters (7 months, and 2 years old). The One Size (Pops) didn't fit until my daughter was well over 10lbs, but it fits her well now. It's a little bulky, buy very absorbant, esp. with the snap in liners. I use these at night. I also use the Two Size (Sandies) for my 2 year old for her night time diaper. This was the only one that didn't leak. My only problems with these are that they are expensive, and I have some difficulty getting them clean. There is often a lingering smell after washing.

I usually use a Sandy with an Air-Flow with no problem, but with the Bumpy, there was a strong ammonia smell in the morning. -- Tammy Collins-Prasol

I used Sandy's on my babe but she had chunky thighs and belly so they felt tight when she was 15 lbs. Traded them for Pops and am quite happy with them. They do not leak on her, no blowouts through the leg holes. Finding covers is a bit of a challenge. The Air-Rikka's work, but leave marks on her legs and are poofy. -- Barbara Milton

I really like the Zippidy's. I have tried Kushies, Sandys, and Bumpkins. The Zippidy's are by far the best fitting. They are more absorbant than Kushies and less bulky than the Sandy's. -- April Flake

I use Sandy's snap-on diapers at night and find that they work miracles with my excessively heavy wetter. They hold it all in, and I've never had a leak. They are so soft and comfy - I think if I were in cloth diapers, that's what I'd like to wear. One note: the terry is great, but hard to get poop out of, so I use the Mother-ease liners to avoid having "sticky poop" problems. -- Cathleen Oldenburg

Diapers I Love: ME Sandy, Cottonkids, Bumpkins AIO, Buoy AIO, Zippity. -- Robin Smith

I also like the Sandy diaper which costs less than the Popolino. -- Mary Russell

I like the Sandy's at night with one liner inside for extra-extra absorbency. -- Julie Ann Howard

I like the Motherease Sandy diapers better because they have elastic in the legs and have three sizes. -- Mary Russell

Mother-ease Sandy's are a great fit and very absorbent. In using them for 21 months now, we have only had three or four poop leaks total! I wish they were a little less expensive. -- Shannon Brousseau

I love my Zippidy diapers! They aren't bulky like my Sandys, so I can fit them in my wool covers. I like them better than my Mother-ease dipes! -- Tracy Johnson

I personally love the original Kushies, the Aristocrat diaper cover and the Sandy diapers best. -- Ginny Caldwell

Through The Baby Lane catalog I purchased some Mother-ease AIO, One Size and Sandy's diapers and they're thicker than Disana's. -- Roberta Pretelli

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