In order to compare the Snappi Diaper Fastener with good old fashioned diaper pins, I had to use some diaper pins. I was actually quite terrified about the prospect. My overactive imagination kept bringing up unsightly images of what would happen if my baby moved the wrong way at the wrong moment and the pin slipped and I had to call 911. Fortunately, nothing dire happened and I was able to get the pins on. However, I didn't get it tight enough. I didn't try again though, because I didn't want any accidents happening, and my wiggly daughter was already tired of my messing around down there.
This is what it looked like:
Next I tried the Snappi. Ah... Just what (I think) a prefold should look like on a baby! The little plastic teeth caught onto the diaper easily, gripping just the outer layers of the cloth without any imaginary 911 calls going on in my head. Just as their website says, "Snappis have become the cloth diapering necessity that 'pulls it all together'!"
I only had one slight problem with the Snappi I reviewed. It didn't fit my toddler! Snappi DOES sell two different types of Snappis, one for a baby and one for a toddler. If you try to use the baby Snappi on a toddler, it will look something like this:
It will NOT stretch to fit your child, and diaper pins will have to do (unless you thought ahead and purchased a toddler Snappi!).
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