Their one-size cover will fit from birth to potty by adjusting the rows of snaps down the front. This pink diaper is set to the smallest setting.
Here's their stay dry topped microfiber insert and below, their microfiber double snapped to the stay dry topped insert.
For super-soakers, you could use their hemp insert with a microfiber doubler all snapped together to stay in place.
Their inserts all come in small, medium, and large sizes.
Their inserts come in small, medium and large sizes. They are made of hemp and topped with even more moisture-wicking minky so baby's bottom is wrapped in the softest material imaginable. Hemp is more absorbent than cotton and naturally antimicrobial.
The inserts snap into the cover to make sure everything stays in its place.
To speed up drying time, the insert folds in thirds under the minky layer. This also means it gets thoroughly clean.
JamTots come in small, medium, and large sizes and lots of cool colors and prints.
They snap on the sides and have plenty of snap settings to make sure you get a great fit.
Each size of JamTots cover is $22. For five smalls, five mediums, and five larges, it would be $330 total. You could break up the cost by only buying the size you need at the time. The inserts are all $10. For 24 small, 18 medium, and 12 large, the total cost of inserts would be $540. If you were to break up the cost into three sets of sized JamTots, it would be $350 the first time, $290 the second time, and $230 the last time. Total birth to potty cost is $870. Sized diapers do cost a little more than one-sized diapers, but you'll get a trimmer fit with less adjusting to worry about. For a luxurious, ridiculously cute and perhaps one of the most absorbent diapers, that's not bad at all!