These are overall pretty good covers, especially when considering the price. They started to fit our twins reasonably well around 7 pounds, although we did use them prior to that. Blueberry and Green Mountain diaper covers are trimmer and fit better at the lower weights, however we had more leaks with those. Compared to Thirsties, the fabric is softer but not quite as snug a fit, especially in the gusset area. Having said that, we haven’t really had any concerning leaks with these (we change very frequently and use a version of the jellyroll fold). We are just past two months of use and the snap just broke on our favorite cover (all our covers get decently rotated and do not get put in the dryer). I reached out to customer service and they said it is past the 60 day warranty for replacement. I invested heavily in this brand (including the next size up), so I’m a little worried about how they will hold up. Fingers crossed!
These are very nice. Like I'm surprised and for the price. I went with this brand because I have a thick little lady and read that these are great because of all the adjustment snaps and so far so good. I loved that they wrote a little joke on the invoice about me picking "solid" colors, it was very cute. You don't see much of that. I had seen people having issues with long delivery wait. My took a week and under the circumstances and being free shipping I think that's fine. I couldn't be more happier with my decision to go with these diaper covers.
(Comparing ND cover, ND fitted without snaps, prefolds, Imagine cover, and Blueberry coveralls.) My daughter is slightly over 10 pounds and is 2 months old. She is tall and thin, not like my son who was always chunky. I find this diaper cover perfect for both of them (obviously I don't use the newborn size for my 2-yr old toddler). Compared to the imagine cover, ND's cover is taller in the front rise and therefore should last longer until she outgrows it. I never used the NB size for my toddler but I do use the one size ND cover for him with the ND fitted (without snaps) with a snappi and it is perfect for his large legs. I've tried the kissaluvs fitted diaper with the ND diaper cover and find it's a bit snug; the blueberry coveralls are a touch larger and are more comfortable for him. However, I find the kisses fitted to be too bulky and can hold more liquid than I need it to, so I'm finding my favorite combination is the ND cover with the ND fitted with a snappi. Having a fitted diaper inside the cover (as opposed to a prefold) is best for two reasons: 1, the entire diaper absorbs (a prefold just doesn't absorb as much) and 2, the entire mess is caught in the fitted first and then if there are any leaks, the cover catches it instead of leaking out. Bye bye blowouts!