Green Team Enterprises Distribution delighted both me and readers in February by giving one lucky reader 3 Little Comfort Popeazy pocket diapers, plus 6 inserts. I highlighted the diaper’s terrific features in my giveaway post. Since that time, our family has had the opportunity to try a Little Comfort Popeazy for ourselves.
We received a Maxi PopEazy in flame for our toddler to test. The Popeazy is an AI2 that comes in two sizes, Mini and Maxi, giving a slimmer fit. The Mini is intended for Newborn to 20lbs and the Maxi fits 20lbs approximately to Potty Training.
You have two choices when using the Popeazy.
You can snap in the insert and lay the diaper over the top, making it an AIO style diaper.
To do so, simply fold the insert over to fit inside the diaper. When you do this the first time, it looks like the insert might not fit correctly, but the diaper has an incredible stretch to it.
You can snap in the insert, fold it, then tuck it inside like a pocket diaper.
While doing this, I was always impressed by the incredible stretch of the inner micro fleece fabric. This makes it possible to place the inserts in comfortably without being constricted by the fabric. It also means the diaper still has a slim base for smaller babies.
I fluctuate between using the diaper as an AIO and pocket diaper, but I always snap in the insert so it stays together in the wash. The microfleece shell inner is very soft, so I often choose a pocket to have this luxurious fabric against baby’s skin.
I really appreciate the bamboo/cotton fleece insert that has 6 layers of absorbency when folded over. It’s only 3 layers when it’s open to dry, however, decreasing the drying time necessary for such an absorbent insert. We dry our diapers on low in the diaper and this insert is often dry in one cycle.
Overall, I really like the Popeasy. The inner fabric remains consistently soft, it’s easy to stuff, the insert stays attached in the wash, and great absorbency doesn’t mean great bulk. I appreciate the color selections with contrasting snaps, but do wish the color was as vibrant as shown in the photos online.
Have you tried the Little Comfort Popeasy? What’s your favorite feature?