Happily, in my eclectic Bin O'Diapers, are 2 bumGenius stuffable All-In-Ones, and 1 bumGenuis pocket, all three I am loving for night-time. The fit is good, stretchy tabs at snaps, good elastic, these will fit for months and months.
A friend gifted me 2 Imse Vimse wraps that of course work well with the dipes of same brand, a terry organic cotton contour (ergonomic) fit, have been great for this newborn and will work great up until he outgrows them (just as his sister did).
Grandma gifted 2 RumpARooz Lil' Joeys, not sure a more perfect diaper for newborns exists. These are the only fitted diapers I've ever owned, everything else is effectively One-Size and it's been an adventure finding what "one-size" truly means per brand. Anyway, RumpARooz patented inner gusset is super functional, there's a snap down for umbilical, these work just like a 'sposie. My Boy started wetting through these at about 1 month though. Poly-fleece, while popular for it's "stay-dry" aspect simply isn't as absorbent as natural fiber.
Yet another friend gifted several WeeHugger wraps with a mountain of g-Diaper's disposable and reusable inserts. I'd read about Wee Hugger but not tried them, and I'm pleased with the fit and versatility. The disposable g-Inserts I'm familiar with, though we'd never tried the reusables. These are fleece backed with (best guess) hemp/cotton blend, after Baby Boy started soaking through one fleece insert I simply added another, and the doubled inserts have been working well in the pocket dipes. These wraps have also been accommodating for pre-folds as well.
And a New Find at the gently used section of GGB---Gen-Y wraps. A short snap-over design, hip fabric with a nice thick PUL layer, and deep outer gussets. Both the WeeHugger and Gen-Y become damp or even soaked depending on time worn, so they're not exactly "wipe clean", but generally I can use one wrap all day much like the RumpARooz wrap I purchased for Baby as well.
Incidentally when perusing gently used diaper merchandise here are tips:
- look closely for stains, if it's breastmilk sunlight will take care of it easily, though if otherwise beware
- listen to elastic, if it's creaky when stretched, it's old, in a heated dryer too often and won't last too much longer
- look at seams with PUL lining, if its cracking or pealing it's been in the hot dryer too often, expect wicking
- carefully consider the new price vs. used price, in my opinion a used diaper item should be half or less than half of the full price new---unless it is really in stellar un-used condition, i.e. washed once never used