I’m completely ignorant about anything sports related. But, I know what a grand slam is. Bases loaded, homerun, 4 points.
Moraki stepped up to the plate with their new all in one (AIO) and hit it out of the ballpark.
Let’s put fit, absorbency, and quality on the bases.
Moraki AIO is a one-sized diaper with snaps just like their AI2/pocket diaper. With 4 rise settings, your baby or toddler is very likely able to comfortably wear this diaper. The rise adjustments are made via the 3 rows of snaps on the front of the diaper.
An often missed but necessary feature of one-sized diapers is the hip snap. When a diaper does not have hip or wing snaps you get what is called “wing droop”. Moraki diapers have hip snaps on their products to provide a snug fit around the waist.
With encased elastic at the back and legs diaper contents stay IN the diaper.
Once you open the diaper you will see where the “morakiness” appears. Personally, I think the Moraki AIO design is fabulous. They created a design that is both unique and functional.
The extremely absorbent Fold-to-fit insert is attached at the back and is available as a natural or stay-dry version. The makeup of the Fold-to-fit insert is 55% hemp, 45% organic cotton.
If you choose the stay-dry AIO a soft microfleece will line the inside of the diaper and top of the soaker. The natural version is lined with the hemp/cotton blend of the soaker. I would imagine the natural version to be more absorbent given that there is more absorbency lining the shell.
When I say “extremely absorbent” I mean it! As a test I put this diaper on straight out of the package. It comes prepped and ready to use. After 5 hours I went ahead and changed it but there were no leaks.
The Moraki AIO may not be nightworthy as is BUT there’s more…
Hidden under the sewn in soaker is a pocket. In this pocket you can stuff another insert or doublers to customize the absorbency.
The quality of Moraki diapers is on par with big brands like bumGenius, Rumparooz or Charlie Banana. The difference being that Moraki diapers are made by hand here in the US (San Diego to be exact). It actually seems odd just how “manufactured” they seem. And I mean that in a good way. Many of the WAHM diapers I own have little imperfections I love to see. Much praise is to be given for the attention to each aspect of the diaper design and creation.
I love the new Moraki AIO so much that on the 4th of July I bought an American diaper with a star applique on the bum and (because I have no self control) an American diaper with ruffles on the bum for my dear friend Claire. These diapers aren’t available anymore but you can still buy the American print.
Finley is very happy with his Moraki AIOs and has suggested I add them to my recommendations page. Thanks, Moraki, for a great diaper!
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Autumn is a wife, mother, homeschool teacher, friend and most important a follower of Christ.