What’s Not to Love About Kanga Care?! 25   Recently updated !


When I was pregnant, cloth diapering was honestly the farthest thing from my mind. All I could focus on was the health of my baby, if I should breastfeed or bottle feed, what doctor to choose, so on and so forth, blah blah blah. But diapers, I thought, were a no-brainer! Well, boy was I WRONG! Apparently there really is a better way of diapering, and let me tell you, I totally found it!!

Thanks to my amazing friend over at Mommies Gone Mad, I am now the proud owner of many cloth diapers and constantly growing my stock pile!! Thanks Alyssa for getting me hooked!

To date, I have had the opportunity to try out many brands, some I liked, but a very small few I absolutely loved. Kanga Care brand diapers have been added to my list of ‘loves’. They carry a wide range of options to choose from whether you are looking for covers or all-in-ones, or whether you need newborn sized or one size’s. They literally have you covered.

We received 2 of their OS AIO’s (one size all in one’s) in Dandelion and Charlie patterns.

When they first arrive and I pulled them out of the package, I was kind of taken aback. The diapers felt very well made, but they seemed incredibly thick. After taking a few minutes to explore them and figure out the way these worked, I realized that the liner wasn’t your normal liner, it is their Signature 6r Soaker liners made to cater to babies from newborn to potty training! These are amazing because they are so thick. You can combine them in 6 different ways for the maximum protection and comfort for your little one. They are extremely soft to the touch and very absorbent. When I put my little guy down for his nap I didn’t double them up, but I did use the large liner. I will admit that I should have doubled them because with only the single padding it was extremely wet, but it did not leak out the sides like with disposables, and some of the other CD’s I own. I personally think for sleep, that doubling the liners is a smart move and can help keep baby much more comfy until they wake up. During playtime, the single liner works great and kept Bubby dry.

The diapers themselves, are incredibly nice. I tugged at the stitching, and tried to induce damage and to no avail they withstood all of my efforts. There are tons of patterns to pick from, and each one is equally beautiful.

The one-size diapers I received have 4 sizes, pictured to the left, by simply using the different snap settings. No matter how big or small your baby is, these are a perfect option from hospital to toddlerdom!

They are made with hypoallergenic material, and have an eco-friendly, waterproof coating to keep the mess in and everything else out. They feature patented double inner gussets and a stuffable pocket to hold your 6r Soaker liners!

These diapers seemed a little small to me just from looking at them, but once I got them on my little guy, it was off to the races! He loved them, which in turn made me very happy. The saying ‘you can’t judge a book by it’s cover’, really is true.

Basically, I freakin’ LOVE these diapers! And I really think if you try them out, you will too. The quality couldn’t possibly be any better, and the fact that they do come in so many patterns makes me love this brand even more! If you want to check out more of what Kanga Care has to offer from Rumparooz to all of your other cloth diapering needs, check out their website below.

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25 thoughts on “What’s Not to Love About Kanga Care?!

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    I didn’t start cloth diapering until my third son. I absolutely love it. I use Applecheeks. I love how cute the cloth diapers are over disposables. They are so easy to use too.

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    I love these! They’re so cute and come in so many fun colors and patterns!
    xo Adriana – Daily Dose of Design

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    These diapers look so cute!! That’s my favorite thing about cloth diapers! All the fun prints :)

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    Melissa Bernardo

    I’ve always wanted to try cloth diapers with my son. How many diapers do you need to buy to keep up? Lol

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      Dora Clemons Post author

      Honestly, you might go through 3 or 4 a day, you might go through 10 to 12 a day. It depends on your child and how much they ‘potty’ throughout the day. And it also depends on how often you do laundry. It can be expensive to get started, but the price overall is well worth it. I wish I had started when my LO was born instead of waiting. We could have saved so much money on the disposables!

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    Erica Brooks

    Cloths diapers are so adorable but I must admit I was more of a disposable diaper mom. Either way I’m glad the diaper changing days are over. LOL

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    Nicole Haas Etolen

    Wow, this is so cute, love the pattern of cloth diapers. If I had a new chance to have a baby again, I consider this Kanga Care.

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    Annemarie LeBlanc

    Cloth diapers are always the best choice. I love how these products have evolved to provide comfort for baby and convenience for mommy. I will check these products out for my grandkids.