Thirsties just released yet another great product, their Newborn All In One. Thiristies Newborn All In One Diaper is a convenient one step diaper for your newest additions. Four layers of microfiber terry make this one absorbent diaper. With a soft stay-dry microfleece interior, gentle yet secure leg and waist elastics, and an umbilical cord snap down, baby can comfortably wear Thirsties Newborn All in One starting day one. This trim-fitting diaper has an adjustable rise which provides customizable fit for most babies weighing 5-14 lbs.

Cloth Blogger Tip: While prefolds and covers are a great newborn option, I highly suggest having some newborn AIO’s in your newborn stash. Having a quick and convenient diaper is great when you’re on the go and makes a world of difference during those nighttime diaper changes… You know, the ones when you’re exhausted and can barely see straight!

Retailing at $15.50, Thirsties Newborn All In Ones are worth your investment. Take good care of your newborn diapers and reuse them on future little ones or resell them to another cloth diapering family. I can’t wait to try Thirsties Newborn All In One on #2 when he or she arrives this summer!

To celebrate its release the good people at Thirstes are sponsoring a giveaway on First Time Mom. One lucky winner will receive two Thirsties Newborn All in One Diapers of their choice. To enter simply fill out the giveaway form below. Good luck and happy cloth diapering!

Winner will be contacted via email and will have 48 hours to claim their giveaway prize. Failure to contact First Time Mom to claim prize will result in a redraw. First Time Mom is not responsible for prize fulfillment.  
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Wife, work at home mom, and bassoonist, Laura Ankrum lives in Iowa City, Iowa. Prior to the arrival of her two children Laura taught elementary music and band in the Boston area. Now her home is her classroom and music studio. Laura is passionate about education, encouraging other moms, and eco-friendly living. She is the social media coordinator at Thirsties Inc and regularly contributes to First Time Mom.

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