New Sloomb Happy Little Cloud (HLC) diapers are an adjustable fitted diaper available in 2 sizes; size 1 (7-15 lbs) size 2 (15-35 lbs). Each size offers 3 size adjustments. Requires a cover to create a waterproof system.
Sloomb Happy Little Cloud - Fitted Diapers - 2 Size System
NEW! HLCs are soft, trim, and super absorbent - the fluffiest must-have diaper for your little hipsters!
HLCs are 2-size fittedcloth diapers from Sloomb - same cut as our snapless fitted line, now with the ease of snaps! Great for day or night-time use, HLCs have a heavy bamboo|cotton terry body with turned and topstitched leg elastic and a double-length 3-layer snap-in OBF soaker. Add more doublers for additional layers. Size 1 has a newborn snap-down. Size 2 has a fold-down rise to grow with your kiddies.
Available colors: veggie, curaçao, papaya, thistle, honey, and storm
I was excited to try these out as I've heard lots of great things about it. However, while it does soak up a lot, it's quite bulky. We have the size 1 and waited till our son was about 10lbs to start using it because of this. We pair it with our Thirsties duo wrap and so far have not had any leaks. If you don't mind the bulk, this is a great nighttime solution.
(Posted on 12/3/2016)
I've been using these on my heavy wetter for a while now. They are my FAVORITE for overnight. They're sooo soft and comfy on him. I wish they were a little cheaper but I will save up to buy another one before I buy a different fitted. They are just that perfect.
(Posted on 12/1/2016)
The name "Happy Little Clouds" says it all! I'd love a sweater that felt this cozy! They're unbelievably soft and perfect for a little one's sensitive bum. They live up to the hype!
(Posted on 11/29/2016)
Very thick (also bulk), but good quality as opposed to another brand of fitteds that were were gifted that are too thin to do much. We've had problems with leaks overnight, but that might be because our covers don't work well with these. We rarely use ours because of the issues we've had, unfortunately, since these are so expensive.
(Posted on 11/1/2016)
These are my favorite fitted diapers. They're so soft, really absorbent, and they work amazingly well with the wool covers. I definitely plan on expanding use of them beyond just night time.
(Posted on 5/8/2016)
When I saw these diapers I thought they would be my favorite, but after using them I didn't like them much at all. They are super soft and well made. However, they are really bulky (making clothes not fit as well), have a lot of snaps (making a diaper change take longer and more confusing), and leaked nearly every time I put them on my daughter. She was a thin newborn with skinny legs, so she might not have had the body shape for this diaper to work or it could have been the more complicated application resulting in user error that caused the leaking. Whatever it was, I stopped putting her in them and did not try the size two when she got bigger. I feel for the cost, there are better options with the GroVia & Bum Genius AIOs.
(Posted on 1/26/2016)
I wanted to come back with an updated review. I talked my husband into these diapers at $29 a piece by saying we would only need two since I do laundry every other day and they're just for nighttime. Somehow I managed to convince him we should have a few on hand for car rides and nap time as well... and now I can't stop buying them. Seriously, each new diaper at my door is LOVE. These are the softest, most absorbent diapers I have ever used on my son. The multi fitted and the Happy Little Clouds have a very similar fit, I'm not sure which I like more. I thought I wanted the HLC's for out of the house since they have snaps but it has the extra long doubler, versus the multi fitted having two doublers. The multi fitted with one doubler is enough for my toddler during day time. I think I'm going to end up mixing & matching our doublers between the two for daytime and nighttime use. I would own 100 of these if I could afford them!
(Posted on 5/1/2015)
I am a new Sloomb convert. I've been cloth diapering my son off and on for 20 months, and I've heard Sloomb/Sbish/Sustainablebabyish brought up in conversation more times than I can count. The price was always off-putting to me. My son has recently been waking up with wet clothes, even when sleeping in an overnight disposable diaper. I gave in and ordered my first Sloomb diapers. These fit my 20 month old with no problems, and he can go 10+ hours and still wake up dry. We're expecting our second child now and these will be handed down to him, but we also plan to order the Size 1 version for him. The Storm is a great neutral color, but we're having a boy only family so I may be biased on that.
(Posted on 4/28/2015)
If I had to recommend a fitted diaper to anyone, this would be it. It stretches, it's perfect for nighttime and it's soft. I wish the price was lower because I'm gonna have to buy more and that's gonna be expensive. But I will buy more because of how perfect they are. I wouldn't use them during the day unless it was for a long car ride or a time where my child would be in the diaper for a while because it's bulky. It has snaps where it can be folded down on the rise too so it can fit better on a smaller baby.
(Posted on 1/21/2015)
I wish I had bought this sooner! We had been struggling with overnight leaks for months so I decided to try the Sloomb HLC because it was highly recommended. I now see why, these are amazing! So soft and so absorbent!
(Posted on 8/28/2014)
I love these fitteds they are so soft I love that the liner snaps in and I don't have to use pins or a snappi. These have been a great nighttime solution for our little tummy sleeper.
(Posted on 2/27/2014)
We use our Happy Little Cloud diaper overnight. Our son is a pretty heavy wetter and still nurses throughout the night. Finding a nighttime solution that works was becoming tiresome. We got the HLC diaper and paired it with a Thirsties cover and have no leaking issues. I love that it snaps because if he wakes up mid diaper change or is squirmy there's no pin that could accidentally poke him. If you're considering using this diaper as a nighttime solution, I say go for it!
(Posted on 12/29/2012)