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Tuesday, June 29, 2010

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The New, Improved BabyKicks One Size Bumboo Pocket Diaper

We have been on a mission to create the perfect one size diaper that is eco friendly and gentle on our babies, and practical and convenient to stand up with the hustle and bustle of our modern day world. During the past few months since the introduction of our Bumboo Pocket diaper we have had outstanding feedback from our retailers and customers. Many moms and dads have expressed their satisfaction with our natural inner pocket diaper and how pleased they are that they can finally go through the day without worrying about leaks.

The Bumboo Pocket Diaper offers everything we hoped for in a modern cloth diaper. The natural bamboo fleece is butter soft against baby’s skin and adds an additional layer of absorption. The included JoeyBunz insert is only 1/8 of an inch thick and made with a blend of hemp and organic cotton. And, due to the porous nature of the hemp, our JoeyBunz can handle the heaviest wetter and are not prone to compression leaks. We even took the Bumboo Pocket a step farther and added fleece gussets around the legs to allow air to flow under the waterproof PUL shell.

We have always wanted to keep our cloth diapers as trim as possible. And, we have had to make adjustments in the process. The original version of the Bumboo Pocket was designed to fit from 7-30 lbs. And, over time we realized that this weight range was not realistic for most families. So, after making some changes we have come out with the second version of the diaper, the Bumboo Pocket 2.0. One of the main changes in this version is an additional inch in the waist bringing the weight range up from 30lbs to 35lbs.

If you aren’t sure if the version you have is the original or the 2.0 there is an easy way to find out. All Bumboo Pocket Diapers with green or blue snaps are the original version. The 2.0 version is currently only available in our signature multi-colored snaps. If you have diapers with multi-colored snaps and are unsure if you have the original or the 2.0 then you must look at the control tag (small tag behind the large main tag). All Bumboo Pocket 2.0 version diapers will have this control number: TABKBP3-03-10. Remember, the original Bumboo Pocket Diaper is slightly smaller, but will still fit through most of your baby’s diapering years.

We hope this helps with any confusion there may be about our Bumboo Pocket cloth diapers and of course we are happy to answer any questions anyone may have! Just email us at


eidolons said...

The Bumboo diapers I won here have multi-colored snaps. They're getting a bit small for my toddler (he's 25 pounds). I have them on the highest rise and largest waist snaps. That said, I *love* them.

We don't tend to use pocket diapers for naps because they leak if he's laying oddly (which is inevitable) - no pressure to help the liquids pass through the lining. This isn't a problem with the BabyKicks Bumboo because the bamboo just sucks it all up (unlike synthetic materials). We have had to add additional stuffing, though, for my little super soaker.

Ada said...

wow, and I just started a discussion on FB about if cotton pocket diapers exist at all---bamboo is close for sure. AND from what I've heard bamboo and cotton can be washed together. yay!
Question: How environmentally sound is the PROCESSING of the bamboo into the textile used in the diaper?

LUCUS said...

These look nice, we will have to give them a try. We use GroBaby during the day but prefer pocket diapers at night

Stephanie said...

Sounds like another good pocket diaper I might want to try.

I have been noticing a lot of the OS are getting bigger - First GroBaby/GroVia, now BabyKicks and BG. I think they have gotten the message that more rise is often necessary!

Laura said...

Sounds like a one-size pocket diaper I may have to try. I like the one-size diapers I have so far because their versatility.

Mrs said...

These seem cute and simple! i like!