When doing research about newborn cloth diapering and getting opinions from fellow mothers GroVia was a popular brand that was brought up. A lot of moms recommended the GroVia Newborn All in One. So I was very curious to give it a try! When I looked them up, the colors and prints alone sold me! They are so bright and cute! I just had to try them!
The GroViaNewborn AIO fits babies 5-12lbs. The inside layer is organic cotton with a cotton lining and the outside layer is water resistant. They come in a variety of colors and prints. There is no stuffing and no need to use a cover with these diapers.
The GroVia Newborn AIO was one of the first cloth diapers I was able to get on Isaac. They fit right from the beginning. He was 6lbs 11oz when we left the hospital, and the GroVia’s fit him great. I like the the thick cotton inner even though the actual diaper is super trim. It absorbs well, although you need to wash it quite a few times for it to reach its full absorbency. It does take a little longer than my other diapers to dry but that just goes to show how absorbent it is. I received the diaper in the color “surf” which I think is so bright and pretty! At the very beginning we had a few leaks through the legs but once Isaac got some meat on his little legs we didn’t have that problem anymore. It also has a lower rise so you don’t have to worry about the diaper irritating baby’s cord stump, which was a big concern of mine when I was researching newborn diapers.
The GroVia Newborn AIO was one of the first diapers I reached for in our newborn stash. Isaac has already outgrown the diaper, which saddens me because it was such a good diaper! I’m so glad they have GroVia One-Size AIOs! If you are looking for an affordable diaper that works well and is a diaper you can use on your baby right from the beginning I highly recommend the GroVia Newborn All-In-One!
Here's little man in his GroVia Newborn AIO at 4 weeks old:
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