Saturday, April 28, 2012

Giveaway : ones&twos AIO diaper

If you read my review of the newly released AIO (all-in-one) diapers here, you know that I really liked the new ones&twos.  So I couldn't have been more excited when they agreed to give one of the readers a diaper in their choice of color (and jealous: I paid retail for mine! haha)!

The ones&twos AIO is a new brand of all-in-one diaper. They consist of a one-size diaper with a completely sewn-in soaker (very similar to bumGenius sized AIOs if you've ever tried those) with a stay-dry lining that I believe is suedecloth. The diaper itself also features a stuffable pocket.  Included with the diaper is a separate insert that is microfiber topped with (I believe) a stay-dry microfleece. This setup allows you to use the diaper alone or the diaper with the insert, and the insert can go inside the pocket or simply be laid on top.  One of the great things about this diaper is four rise settings, which allows it to be a true one-size diaper. The ones&twos come in six bright colors and retail for $16.95. It is only available with velcro.

To enter, use the form below. You must "like" our Facebook page (use the widget on the upper right of the page!) and "like" the ones&twos Facebook page. Once those mandatory entries have been completed, you will unlock a few more options for extra entries!

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  1. These are my least favorite diapers. That is main thing about diaper is four rise settings. In my opinion, diaper is needed to babies. I totally regret that i bought these even if the fitting is good.

  2. I have this exact diaper in the same color. I am REALLY disappointed because I love the fit and the material feels nice, but mine leaks straight through the cover. Not the legs or belly. It was brand new, I washed it 3x and the first time I put it on my baby it leaked straight through in about an hour or two. I contacted the company and they told me to use the doubler with it, but I really don't think it's an absorbency issue. :-(

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