This Cloth Diaper Is A Game Changer

And I’m giving 4 of them away! (Stay tuned for that at the end of the post.)

This is the all new ones&twos all in one cloth diaper in action.

Adorable, fun colors, great fit, great customizable absorbency, GREAT price.

There’s really not anything not to love about this diaper.

Here’s why it’s a game changer:

All-in-one diapers are the closest cloth diapers come to going on and coming off like disposable diapers. When people email me to say they have a caretaker or parent who is hesitant to use cloth diapers because of the “extra hassle” or “all the time” it takes to put them on and take them off, I recommend all-in-ones. (Though, really, the “extra” work is pretty minimal with all cloth diapering options. It just takes time to get familiar with them.)

However, there have been a couple down sides to the all-in-one route. First, most of them are pretty expensive, more expensive than pocket diapers. Also, they tend to not be as absorbent as pocket diapers.

The ones&twos (okay, let’s break for a moment to acknowledge how cleverly cute that name is)… anyway, you can adjust the absorbency of the ones&twos diaper without losing the convenience of an all-in-one.

So you just lay the soakers on top of the diaper, if needed. No need to stuff or unstuff them.

Now, I will say that I tried Leyna in the diaper without any soaker a couple times, and we had leaks after just a couple hours. I always lay the one included soaker on top of the diaper before putting it on her now, and we haven’t had any issues.Β For us, though, this would not be a nighttime option, just because I have other diapers that I stuff with hemp doublers that are so trusty I don’t feel the need to experiment or replace them.

Newborns may get by with no soakers

For daytime, though, for daycares and babysitters, or even for new parents who want to dip a toe into the sea of cloth diapers without feeling overwhelmed, I feel like these are a FABULOUS option.

The cost? Around $17. The Green Nursery has them for $16.95. Most other popular all-in-one diapers start around $20-$25. When you’re building a stash, that’s a substantial savings.

So, while I don’t think ones&twos would replace any of my beloved diapers in my stash, they are certainly an awesome addition, and I will confidently recommend them to anyone interested in an “easy” cloth diaper option from now on.

Bet you want to win one now, dontcha?

Not only will one of you win ONE ones&twos from the manufacturer, one of you will win a THREE PACK of ones&twos fromΒ 

Just follow the directions in the fancy Rafflecopter box below. Don’t be scared! I know it’s a change, but hopefully this thing helps me run giveaways a little more efficiently. It should be easier on us all.

This contest is open to U.S. and Canada residents, though the winner of The Green Nursery 3 pack must be from the U.S. I was not paid for this review, but I did receive the diaper at no cost.


a Rafflecopter giveaway


  • Carolyn - I don’t recall ever hearing you talk about cloth diapers before! Have you ever done a real post about your favorites? I would sure love to read it πŸ˜‰ (And HOW CUTE is Leyna with her chunky little thighs in the pink diaper! Such a far cry from my scrawny little boy, but just as cute!)ReplyCancel

    • jamie - Carolyn, Jill’s done a ton a stuff about CD, search the site for cloth diapers and you will find many a post on the matter πŸ™‚ReplyCancel

      • Carolyn - Ah, yes, I see now. I guess I’m a relatively new reader (well, about a year or so) and all the posts that came up were from 2010 πŸ˜‰ I thought I’d been around long enough, but I guess not!ReplyCancel

        • jamie - I think there’s a video log somewhere also if I’m not mistaken, hiwever I could very well be mistaken because memory is involved. :0

  • Shawnna - love the ease of the new raffle thing !!
    hoping and praying that i get picked. i have ZERO desire to use my cloth diapers right now. Sposies for 10 months is killing my budget, but at least it’s one less thing for me to stress over.ReplyCancel

  • Jennifer @ Also Known As the Wife - I could definitely see adding these to my stash.ReplyCancel

  • MomEinstein - Those are adorable! I love Leyna’s chub sticking out the top and sides. Also, how easy is the Rafflecopter thing? And now I like you on FB, when I would have SWORN I had already done that. Pretty effective!ReplyCancel

  • kim - Holy cow, I’m loving that Rafflecopter thing! SO much easier!! Plus it allows you to just see “real” comments on raffle posts now.ReplyCancel

  • Mandy - Oooo that new raffle widget toy is fun!ReplyCancel

  • Allison - We have that monkey hanging out in the background!ReplyCancel

  • Sian - They look really small. Are they smaller than the BumGenius pocket diapers?

    Also, how is it an all-in-one when there are two separate soakers to lay on top?ReplyCancel

    • Jill - She’s really chubby, so keep that in mind, but yes, they are a little more trim than the BGs, which is why they wouldn’t be nighttime diapers for us.

      I guess that’s why it’s called ones&twos. It can act as an all in one for newborns, light wetters or for short periods of time. The cool thing about the doubler is there is micro fleece on top, so it can rest on top of the diaper. And, since there are layers attached to the diaper already, you really dont have to worry about perfect placement of the doubler. It’s really easy to use.ReplyCancel

  • BRANDI ELAM - I love the look of this diaper and cannot wait to try it out (even though I’m not a Velcro fan). And I adore Leyna’s chub. Adore it. Those thighs…adorable. Why can’t my chubby thighs be that cute?ReplyCancel

  • brandi - love love love the new raffle thing!ReplyCancel

  • liz - Love the new raffle entry system!

    And we’d love to try these new diapers! We’re expecting #2 in june, and could use a couple new diapers in our stash!!!!ReplyCancel

  • Alexa - I love the design and the flexibility of the diaper.ReplyCancel

  • Hannah Haws - Curious – what do you recommend for nighttime heavy wetting? We’re still using disposables ..and cloth diaper with Gro Via AI2’s .. I have a hard time getting a good “seal” In the legs when I load them with boosters … thoughts?ReplyCancel

  • Amanda - Thanks for the review! We’re a week into cloth diapering – using mother-ease fitteds with doublers. I would really like to get some aio’s or pocket diapers, have been looking at ones&twos and fuzzibunz – which would you recommend? Thanks!ReplyCancel

    • Jill - Hrmmm… I think you should decide if you want a pocket or an AIO first, then go from there. Or order one of each? I do love my FBs, too! Such a hard choice.ReplyCancel

      • Amanda - I’m willing to try both. I don’t hate the fitteds with covers but I really want something a little less bulky. My son looks like he has a huge bum in the mother-ease with a couple inserts…something trimmer would be nice (I’d like to be able to put clothing in him as we live in chilly Maine!). What has been your experience with microfiber? Any smell retention issues? Thanks!ReplyCancel

        • Jill - I’ve never had an issue with microfiber. Whenever my diapers get stinky, I strip them, and that seems to resolve the issue. The new FuzziBunz elite are super trim pocket diapers.

        • Amanda - I guess I will try some of the ones&twos then. Thanks for the info!

  • Maribel C - thanks for the info, I try once and got very confused.ReplyCancel

  • Tori - Hey!
    I was wondering if you could shoot me an email i have a few questions for you about cloth diapers!
    Thanks! My email is victoria.shelkin@gmail.comReplyCancel

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