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"p" Thirsties offers a very popular diaper cover to families looking for a super cute yet effective waterproof cover. The cover’s roomy fit is ideal for chunky babies, over bulkier diapers, and nighttime systems. Newborn/preemie and x-small sizes feature an umbilical cut out for your newborn's comfort.

Both hook amp; loop and snap closures are available on Thirsties Diaper Cover. While many families prefer hook amp; loop closures because of the simple, secure fit they provide, snap closures do have a few advantages of their own. They are pretty much indestructible and are more unyielding than our hook-and-loop closures, making them more challenging to unfasten for a toddler who prefers to go naked.

You want what is best for your child. Yet, you want what’s right for your budget and busy life. And more, what is easier on the environment. As a family owned company, we deeply understand. That’s why we are committed to providing not just exceptional cloth diapers, but products that are better for your child, your family, and our world.

Better for your child. Providing the very best diaper for your child’s well-being requires exceptional design, the highest quality fabrics, and sewing with the utmost care and attention. Take, for instance, our signature leg gussets move with your baby to provide a custom fit and advanced protection against leaks — essential for controlling newborn messes and for babies on the move!

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