I bought this for my son when he was just learning to crawl. The fit was so awkward and it seemed so uncomfortable! He was a fat baby too.. the legs are shaped weird and the back and leg elastic is so thick, it just seemed uncomfortable. He is 2 now and it fits much better. It's very trim and absorbent. I still don't like the thick elastic. I feel like it could be made to be more comfortable for the baby.
(Posted on 12/31/2016)
Honestly I was severely disappointed in the Grovia AIOS. Even with the snap in booster included AND another small insert added my son will leak right out of these within an hour. Granted he is a very VERY heavy wetter but even with a BumGenius freetime we can almost go 2 hours!! And those are cheaper! I do like the natural fibers but my son feels wet a lot faster and always cries to be changed with one pee. Save your money and buy a better diaper. The elastics wear out really fast too. Way wayyyy too overpriced for the quality!!
(Posted on 7/1/2016)
I love how these are made of 100% natural fibers! I also like that they come with the snap in booster as well. However I do not like the side snaps. At all! They are really inconvenient when you have a squirmy baby. They do absorb quite a bit and even with my super heavy wetter we can get at least 3/4 hours without adding anything else. I do add a bamboo insert for nights and a wool cover and that will usually be good for the night. Overall, I would recommend these to a friend!
(Posted on 5/1/2016)
These diapers take several days to fully dry. We air dry our cloth diapers (do a load every evening after we put our little guy to bed) and this diaper is never dry in the morning and often the following morning I still have to leave it hanging up. Our Alva pocket diapers dry the quickest and the BG AIO microfibers are typically dry in the morning when we wake. The BG AIO cotton also takes a while to dry, but not as long as this one! I also find the closure of this diaper to be a pain. I haven't had any leaks...but we rarely use given the dry time.
(Posted on 12/16/2015)
I really wanted to like this diaper but I just have a hard time getting it on my son it's just not worth the struggle. I almost always end up with leaks on the sides even though I make sure to tuck them behind the soakers. They are just way too hard to put on with the side snaps. If you have a baby that just lays there during diaper changes they might be fine, but definitely not if your baby wiggles all about. The struggle to me is not worth the trimmness.
(Posted on 12/5/2015)
GroVia AIOs are our favorites. So trim, and super absorbent. The fit has been perfect on all 4 of our kids even though they have all been built differently. The organic cotton is soft and the TPU holds up well over time.
(Posted on 11/26/2015)
These took awhile to fit my babies (over 10 lbs), but haven't leaked since they grew into them. The side snaps take some getting used to, but aren't difficult. I wish they had more color variety.
(Posted on 9/30/2015)
I wanted to love these diapers. They are very narrow and trim. Unfortunately, they fit too small on my skinny legged, big bellied son. They always left deep marks on his legs. I also don't like the two piece tongue style because it made it difficult for disposing of solid waste in the toilet or if I needed to soak the diaper. But they are well made and we rarely ever got leaks with them. We just couldn't get a good fit and they definitely would not have lasted until he was out of diapers.
(Posted on 9/9/2015)
I have tried many, many different brands and GroVia is my favorite. I love this all in one diaper because of the quality of the products. It also has the trimmest fit of all the diapers I have tried. Great all around product. I have 35 of these, that is how much I love them!
(Posted on 7/13/2015)
I was on a mission to find the trimmest (read: narrow crotch) diaper and tried SO MANY BRANDS. There is just no competition. You can't tell its a cloth diaper under clothing. And despite being so trim it is crazy absorbent. I love that I don't have to worry about my baby's discomfort or mobility because these fit her practically like underwear. And the stretchy side tabs make them easy to use as a trainer as well! Seriously no complaints.
(Posted on 6/30/2015)
These are our least favorite diaper. Our babysitter has arthritis and she has a really hard time putting these on our son. They leak after a heavy pee and I would not even think about using these overnight. When poop gets underneath the inserts and in the elastic, it's very hard to get it cleaned properly. Love the prints though.
(Posted on 6/26/2015)
These AIO's are so soft and absorbent!! I love the stretchy tabs and I was amazed at how trim these are on my daughter. Side snaps aren't as intimidating as they look either. Can't wait to add more of these to my stash :)
(Posted on 5/2/2015)
This is my most favorite AIO cloth diaper! I absolutely love my prints and solids but I love the ease of the AIO design of this diaper. The fit is also slim which is great for my skinny legged children!!
(Posted on 4/1/2015)
I love this diaper! I bought one to try, and it has become one of my favorites. I love that you can also remove one of the inserts (my LO is only 2 mo and doesn't need the extra). I also love that it's made with buttery soft organic cotton. I'll definitely be buying more.
(Posted on 2/26/2015)
I love how trim this diaper is. The design was a little hard for to get used to, but eventually I got a good fit on my 14lbs son. I think if he was a little bigger it would fit perfectly, but right now there's this weird dip in the leg area. I wouldn't use it for nights. It's perfect for daytime under clothes though. I wish it came in hook and loop.
(Posted on 1/21/2015)
I have tried several different all in ones and these are my absolute favorite! They are so trim!! I haven't had any problems with leaks, they do take a while to dry but most all in ones do. I really like the side snaps and that you can snap in the extra insert for added absorbency.
(Posted on 9/19/2014)