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Bambo are MUCH softer than Honest & held longer for us. We primarily use cloth for our little boy but if we have a long day we always use Bambo! We've even used them all night a few times (10hrs). Wish they weren't so expensive but we love them!
K_I_R_13
· June 11, 2015
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They run big, at least compared to other organic dipes. We swung between these and Honest Co. diapers, depending on whether our baby was a "little size 2" or a "big size 2". My newborn only weighed 6lbs and change, and wasn't long, so she was in NB diapers for sure. I guess if you really had a big newborn, but a siz… see more They run big, at least compared to other organic dipes. We swung between these and Honest Co. diapers, depending on whether our baby was a "little size 2" or a "big size 2". My newborn only weighed 6lbs and change, and wasn't long, so she was in NB diapers for sure. I guess if you really had a big newborn, but a size 2 seems pretty big for that. You might be happier going to the Abena website and ordering the 5 diaper trial pack, which is what we did...it's bambo (dash) nature (dot) com. I will say, these are such great, absorbent diapers, that I think you would use them up by being away from the house or using overnight, so I don't think you'll feel like you've wasted money on them even if you cloth diaper. see less They run big, at least compared to other organic dipes. We swung between these and Honest Co. diapers, depending on whether our baby was a "little size 2" or a "big size 2". My newborn only weighed 6lbs and change, and wasn't long, so she was in NB diapers for sure. I guess if you really had a big newborn, but a size 2 seems pretty big for that. You might be happier going to the Abena website and ordering the 5 diaper trial pack, which is what we did...it's bambo (dash) nature (dot) com. I will say, these are such great, absorbent diapers, that I think you would use them up by being away from the house or using overnight, so I don't think you'll feel like you've wasted money on them even if you cloth diaper.
A. Stayton
· October 13, 2014
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Amazon Customer
· August 21, 2017
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They fit ours great, she was 7.5lbs when we took her home. We've been using them pretty much until the maximum weight on the size chart and we're in a size 3 now at 3-months.
MRS.H
· August 14, 2017
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I have been getting them just as pictured for the last year in all size I have used.
Danielle
· October 20, 2017
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My daughter is 20lbs and I use size 4 and they look a little tight from the width. I would go with 4.
CC
· July 27, 2014
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I started using in Dec 2012 with my first. The design changed at some point in 2013 (can't remember exactly.) I'm now on baby #2 so we're using size 1 and size 4. I don't think they've changed since. They are thinner and work just great.
As an FYI, if your baby is under 8 or 9 pounds and long like my guy was, you might… see more
I started using in Dec 2012 with my first. The design changed at some point in 2013 (can't remember exactly.) I'm now on baby #2 so we're using size 1 and size 4. I don't think they've changed since. They are thinner and work just great.
As an FYI, if your baby is under 8 or 9 pounds and long like my guy was, you might wanna try the premies. They fit my son better the first couple weeks. see less
I started using in Dec 2012 with my first. The design changed at some point in 2013 (can't remember exactly.) I'm now on baby #2 so we're using size 1 and size 4. I don't think they've changed since. They are thinner and work just great.
As an FYI, if your baby is under 8 or 9 pounds and long like my guy was, you might wanna try the premies. They fit my son better the first couple weeks.

A. Combs
· September 23, 2014
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Also they run big. My baby was in the size 1 until he was 6 months old. He is tall and skinny. He was born over 11 lbs but down to 7 when we left the hospital. He is now just under 20 lbs and over 30 inches and only in the size 2.
ShellyMC
· December 20, 2014
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I have found that they do pretty well over night.
amy houston
· May 13, 2016
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No they are not ! They are the best and most natural disposable diapers on the market .they are also super soft and don't leak !
Andrea
· August 26, 2015