hourglass shaped internal soaker with 2 layers of hemp/cotton
encased leg elastic
Quick-dry external soaker with 3 layers of hemp/cotton, topped with micro fleece
Buttery soft stay dry polyester micro-fleece
No Cover Needed
Inner: Sewn in Soaker Pad 55% Hemp/45% Cotton topped with 100% Polyester Microfleece
Body Lining: 100% Polyester Microfleece
Hidden Inner Body Layers: 55%Hemp /45%Cotton
Outer: 100% Water Resistant Polyester TPU
Made fairly & conscientiously in China
Diaper Preparation (This is an important step... don't skip it!!) Wash hot with detergent and tumble dry, repeating this process 5–6 times before first use (they will continue to gain absorbency with more washing)
Remove as much solid matter as possible.
Place soiled diaper in a dry diaper pail. No soaking necessary.
Wash every 2 days on warm with detergent.
Tumble dry low.
Do NOT use bleach, enzyme cleaners or fabric softeners.
GroVia Newborn New
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This diaper is so soft on the inside! It's also made of cotton and hemp, so I know once it's prepped it will be one of our favorites! I may buy more! My only issue is price. It's very small and trim and while the quality is great, I don't think newborn diapers should cost that much.
(Posted on 3/27/2017)
This fit nice and small and low on my newborn (born 7 lbs 12 oz) and still fits at 4 months and 13 lbs - without much room left. It had enough absorbency for a newbie, but wasn't the most absorbent newborn diaper I tried. Somewhere around the middle. Comes clean easily and dries well.
(Posted on 11/28/2016)
Though we haven't been able to use our newborn AIO yet, I'm in love with these little diapers. They seem to be the perfect size for a newborn. They are so incredibly soft on the inside, making for a comfy, happy baby. They are a little bit pricey, and I'm not sure how long our bigger babies will be able to wear them for, but I think it's a great little starter diaper.
(Posted on 11/7/2016)
My preemie started fitting in the adorable Grovia AIO at 5 lbs. Even with his very skinny legs I can adjust these to fit and not leak. They are so soft and easy to use. These are great to use when on the go. I'm so glad I tried the Grovia newborn diapers they work great and wash up very easily.
(Posted on 6/13/2016)
I absolutely love yhe newborn AIOs. They made a great transition for us from disposable to cloth diapers. Our aon was 6 lbs when we was born so they will last him a while, I probably wouldn't recommend the NB size for larger babies.
Overall I love these, I'll have to add more Grovia to my regular stash for when our son gets big enough to fit in them!
(Posted on 4/22/2016)
these were the only thing we used for our newborn! They leaked a little from the legs until they got a little chunkier (no leg snaps or adjustments) but they do have rise snaps, so it does fit under most babies stumps, did mine@
(Posted on 2/17/2016)
These diapers are great for newborns and smaller babies. I like that they snap down to fit below the belly button when waiting for the umbilical cord to fall off. The prints are cute and it made me feel so much better putting my baby in this diaper compared to disposable. They are easy to put on, so a diaper change was as quick as with a disposable. My daughter was fairly thin as a newborn with skinny legs. We had to really pay attention to the fit around the legs because they often leaked (especially during a feeding when she was more on her side). Once her thighs were a little thicker the leaking did not happen as much.
(Posted on 1/26/2016)
These are high quality diapers, and they work well for an AIO (I still prefer covers with prefolds), but I can't justify paying that much for a newborn diaper. They don't fit very long, and newborns go through SOO many diapers a day (a stash of these would be way too expensive for my family). If I have another baby, I would register for these, but I do not think I would buy any more on my own -- I'd spend my money on more cost efficient prefolds and covers.
(Posted on 8/18/2015)
These are adorable diapers, so I was sad when they didn't fit my newborn very well, especially because we had seven of them :-/ I'm a big advocate of starting off with one of many different styles of diapers before buying a bunch of one kind. You'll know which one is your favorite to use and launder, because you'll always reach for it first!
(Posted on 7/24/2015)
We used to grow your newborn diapers for both of our sons our first son was small, 6 pounds and these work very well for him our second son was bigger 9 1/2 pounds and they worked for him for the first couple of weeks but then were little too tight. I recommend these diapers more for small to average sized babies.very few leaks easy to clean and have held up well over two babies
(Posted on 7/23/2015)
I finally took the plunge and am beginning my journey with cloth diapers. After testing both the Grovia AI2 and the Flip (both with stay dry soakers), I will be going with the Grovia. I like that the soaker snaps in place. I love how Eco friendly the entire diaper is. It is easily adjustable to fit a wide variety of sizes and body shapes. It is well constructed and good looking. I was able to get 2-3 uses out of a shell before washing, which makes it very cost effective. The only drawback I can find is that it takes a long time to dry the pads. The Flip pads dried in one round, but the Grovia pads needed an extra 1-2 rounds to dry completely. I have staining with both types of diapers, but I don't expect otherwise given the vibrant color of breast milk poo. I plan to order more diapers and really give cloth diapering a go!
(Posted on 3/29/2015)
Most of the cloth dipes in our stash are BumGenius Freetimes which we love. I picked up a couple of these just see what we thought and to further add to our stash. I really like them! They have a nice, trim fit, and I love the super soft organic cotton. I also really like the side snaps; it is super easy to find that right fit. I like these!
(Posted on 3/6/2015)
I just started the cloth with our 1-week-old baby (after the circumcision had healed) and I like these, but they gap a LOT around his little skinny legs right now. As to the umbilical cord stump, if you button down the front, it is not a problem. The diaper still seems to work well, but I don't think we'd be putting these on if we were going out.
(Posted on 2/24/2015)
I really like this diaper but I don't think it works well for the first couple of weeks. It doesn't have the umbilical cord snap down and it didn't fit our little guy well. Once he was about 2-3 weeks old, it fit him better and we didn't have to worry about the umbilical cord. Overall, I like this diaper.
(Posted on 7/24/2014)
This diaper was the most absorbent diaper out of my newborn stash of diapers. I like that you have a rise setting on this diaper so that it can fit longer than most newborn diapers. I highly recommend grovia newborn diapers to my pregnant friends thinking about cloth diapering.
(Posted on 7/17/2014)
hi I love these my baby will be here in a matter of days june 26 to be exact these look like they will fit from the start I don't have big babies 7.5 lbs or less.one con I have noticed before using you have to wash this all in one nearly a half a dozen times before first use,my blueberries/sweedlebees simplex were just one wash plus they go to 16lbs ,while this goes to 12lbs,however these are so much softer than my blueberry simplex for new borns these have soft fleece ,while my simplex has stiff birdseye cotton, we will see which my baby boy prefers soon enough.
(Posted on 6/24/2014)
My favorite newborn diapers so far! They have held up great in the wash and they are very easy to use. they are also more absorbent than other newborn diapers that I have tried. Much trimmer option until the one-size diapers fit my little girl.
(Posted on 5/19/2014)