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Elizabeth James said...

Hi! I would use gDiapers. We have used them before and I love that you can flush them if you are on the go.

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girlsmom0406 said...

I haven't had the need yet but the hybrid diaper of my choice would have to be a toss between GroBaby and the new Flip system. Next summer we're planning to go out of town to a family reunion (Camping, so no washing machines!) and I am so glad that there are systems where I can use the same cover from my cloth diapers with a disposable insert! The flip is attractive to me because you don't have to snap the insert out after it's wet/dirty, which I can't imagine would be fun. But I love the look of the grobaby diapers and I like that they have the hook/loop for a better fit on babies of any size. I am so excited about the new prints coming out, I am planning on getting both of the boy prints!

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Ali said...

I used to think I'd use gdiapers but now that grobaby has the bio inserts, I definitely think grobaby! I love the shells, and I think they look better than the gdiapers. I also love being able to wipe down the grobaby shells and reuse them.

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Terra Jones said...

I guess I'd use gDiapers - I've heard good things! :)

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I would probably use the new Flip system, if it is as good as it sounds.

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Yara said...

when I can't use cloth diapers I like to use g-diapers.
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G-diapers is the diaper that was my first step towards cloth diapering. I went from disposables with dd1 to chlorine free sposies with dd2 to gdiapers with dd2 and then when they were backed up on flushable inserts (being a new & growing quickly company) I needed diapers for my dd. I switched to cloth & our family has been happy with them ever since. But without g-diapers, we might not have ever made the switch.

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Veronica said...

I use GroBaby and gDiapers with cloth inserts right now, I like gDiapers b/c the snap-in liner holds explosions better (and keeps the gpants clean) but I like that GroBaby is one-size and has great velcro. I would probably use either disposable option!

Anonymous said...

I would use the Grobaby. The fit is great on my chunky monkey. I love versatility of the Grobaby system. I have never experienced a leak so Grobaby is our go to dipe when going on errands or long trips. We are preparing for a trip out of state and I can't wait to try out the biosoakers while away =)
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Jenney said...

We use 7th Generation diapers when we have to go disposable (church & when we have a babysitter). I'd love to try the GroBaby ones though!

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Melissa said...

We went on a longer vacation earlier this summer. It was before GroBaby Biosoakers or Cottonbabies Flip were available. We decided to try Gdiapers after finding them on an awesome sale. We paid about the same price as regular disposables per insert. While the gdiapers were great for a trip, I wouldn't want to use them all the time. The don't hold very much & the insert bunched around inside the diaper quite a bit. So they weren't perfect, but were very cute!

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Sarah J. said...

If I had to use the hybrid systems versus just the inserts, I would not be going with the g diaper system. We had so many leaks!! I have plenty of leftover inserts that I will use with any number of other covers, but not the g cover. I have 1 Grobaby shell and have used it with a g insert. But it would be great to have the non-stick tabs like are on the bio-soakers! I would rather go with the GroBaby and the bio-soakers or the new bumGenius Flip system, than the "eco-friendly" disposable because it still seems like there would be less waste involved.
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Cassandra said...

I would definately use the gDiaper. I traveled with my son out of state while he was two months old and we couldn't use cloth diapers because we were staying in a hotel and I didn't want to wash his diapers in the hotel washing machine because of the harsh detergents that are usually used plus I didn't have a diaper sprayer on hand and he's breastfeeding. I really wish I would have had some gDiapers but since I was still on maternity leave I was on a strict budget and all my extra money went to buying cloth diapers, wipes, a diaper sprayer, etc. So we just had to use the pampers that were given to us at our baby shower because no one believed I would actually be sucessful at cloth diapering. My son is 5 months old and has been cloth diapers most of the time. I would have LOVED to have afforded the gDiapers at the time...now I wished I would have just charged them!

P.S. His only encounter with bottom redness was on that particular trip with disposables.

Jill said...

If I couldn't use cloth I would probably use Seventh Generation disposables.

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The Broms said...

We use GDiapers now and then but I am really excited about the new Bum Eco/Flip diapers!

Carly said...

I would use g- diapers because its the only one i've tried .

joannaadams said...

I'd probably use gro-baby. I haven't tried a hybrid diaper yet, but like that there aren't many chemicals in it. As far as when I'd use them...probably travel. I'd hate to loose my CD's with lost luggage. At least with those I could carry on all the covers and pack the bio-soakers in the checked baggage! That way I'm only out a little bit!

Gigi said...

I would probably use Gdiapers. I'm not in love with them, but I have a whole bag of the inserts to use up. I just got a GroBaby and like the fit so I wouldn't mind trying the disposable inserts out.

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AubreyTeagan said...

If I couldn't use cloth, I would like to try Gro baby. Gdiapers don't look sturdy enough. I would possibly try more biodegradeable diapers, not sure which brand.

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Bess Lee said...

I would probably use Flip system.

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Christina's Cookies said...

I haven't gotten the opportunity to use a hybrid CD but I know I would use the GroBaby system! I love that it is OS and I would be able to use it was a cover when I was able to completely cloth diaper! I prints are adorable too!

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Rocketgurl said...

I'm a newbie to cloth diapering and learning about the different types, styles, sizes, brands is almost like learning a new language, but I think I'm catching on.. Well, if I was somewhere and disposable diapers were more convenient, my first thought was the gdiaper since I've already heard such good things about the diaper. I haven't heard of the Grobaby, but I went over to their site and really liked what I saw..the design, the ability to just wipe it clean and reuse. So, my novice vote would be for the grobaby diaper. Maybe the seventh generation diapers, but.... then again.. maybe not! Doesn't Seventh Generation diapers have the same liquid absorbency bead thingys like conventional disposables like Huggies, Pampers etc???

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I would use whichever had the cheapest disposable inserts!

Nicole Z. said...

I think I'd like to try Grobaby since they are newer.

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The Fam said...

We've used gDiapers in the past and would use them again. You can find them in most larger chain healthfood stores and are the most available hybrid.
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Kelly and Nate said...

I think I would do gDiapers. They are the only ones I've looked into and they seem easy and environmentally friendly.

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got3sweeties said...

I would use prob use the gro baby. I've have gdiapers that I barely use because of the fit and I couldn't find the cloth inserts.

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lil miss' mama said...

I would use gdiapers...I like their new cloth inserts, but in a pinch, I guess we'd go with the disposable liners.

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Big Mama said...

oooo...... I would really like the new system that is coming out.. the Flip!! They sound AWESOME!!! There are some times when having something disposable is handy! Pick me PIck me!

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Janice said...

I'd use a gdiaper...I'm new to cloth diapering, but a friend has highly recommended them to me. Currently we use bumgenius and so far so good!

mekjsk2000 said...

I would probably use GroBaby as I have heard really good things from different people about them.

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gotchagomo said...

Luckily I've amassed a stash of both but haven't had the opportunity to try either yet--Baby girl isn't due until December 10! I think I'm liking GroBaby so far--seems a little sturdier and I like the snap-in insert--great idea!

Attila & Tamara said...

I haven't tried any but I would LOVE to try gdiapers! I also think the FLIP looks really cool!

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Nisha said...

I have used gdiapers but I'm eager to try Flip or Grobabies...

Shannon said...

I would use Gro Baby--we LOVE ours! I have one and I wish we could afford more of them. I would like to try the new Flip system, too. I like being able to switch the covers.

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lil miss' mama said...

I have also used seventh generation diapers and feel pretty good about them!

springmeus said...

We tried GDiapers when my son was 3 or 4 months old and they leaked every single time, so I wouldn't try them again.

We love Nature Babycare eco-friendly disposables and wipes for when we can't use cloth diapers. They don't use plastic, but work just as well as any name brand disposable.

I'd like to try the Flip and GroBaby disposable inserts, too.

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Erin said...

I think I would like the new Flip or Grobaby because I could still use them as cloth when that option is available, but thankfully so far we have been successful traveling (even on a plane) with cloth diapers so we haven’t had a want or need for disposable.

Honey said...

I would use Gro Baby. I already have some shells, so to use the biosoakers would be easy. And from what I've seen of them, I love the look of them and they look like they can contain poop a lot better!

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Hannah said...

I would try the Flip system since I like that it is mainly for cloth w/ a disposable option, instead of the other way around, and no snapping things in and out.

mekjsk2000 said...

I might like to try the g-diapers too.

DeVore Family said...

I would use either gDiapers or GroBaby because I have heard great things about both. I have not tried either yet, so I would like to try both to see which one I like better.

Christina's Cookies said...

I have never used a hybrid CD but I would use GroBaby! I love the new prints and I could use them as a cover for when I could CD!

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Ashley Musil said...

I wish I could say I know from experience (on the gdiapers, gro baby, and flip), but we've only ever used cloth or sposies. When I'm desperate for a disposable (such as long trips), I usually go with *gulp* Huggies. It's one my kids don't break out from. But if there's a store nearby that carries Seventh Generation, I go with the chlorine-free dipes.

I'd LOVE to try a hybrid (I'm already feeling convinced by several of these posts!). My baby girl is probably a size 2!

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momof3munchkins said...

I would try out the Grobaby Bio soakers since I have a few Grobaby shells

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I haven't used any of this type of diaper yet, but would be open trying to any of them!

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Lil Mouse said...

Since I already have 2 gro baby covers, I'd probably use them, although I am intrigued by the flip system, which is less complicated and made by cotton babies/bum genius brand which I do trust as well.

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Kimberly said...

I would probably use gDiapers because I can buy them at the store. I know myself and know it would be a last minute decision (or a last minute trip out of town).

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SouthfieldFam said...

I have gdipaers and they dont hold up very well for long term use. I would use grobaby. They are so cute and I LOVE the color choices available!

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I'd use the grobaby if I had some. :)

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I'm not really sure what kind of diaper I would use since these are the type I know the least about. I would love to try the grobaby's. I've actually had to use disposables for the last week while my baby has had prescription diaper ointment, I think this would be a much better option!

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I would probably use GDiapers, because these are the only hybrids that people I know have tried.... and they have been happy with them.

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Amber Liddle said...

We use disposable when traveling when we can't do laundry. We usually use seventh generation brand, but I tried the gdiaper recently and really liked the hybrid idea.

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lil miss' mama said...

I would like to try the grobaby diapers...my sister loves them and she has tried every cd on the planet I think!!

April said...

I would use (and have used) gDiapers. I like being able to stuff with prefolds at home, and have an easy to flush inner on the go

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I will use the Gro baby. I love the convenience and portability of the diapers.

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I would use gro-baby with the new bio inserts.

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I would probably use the GroBaby since I already have the covers for them and are familar with them. I haven't tried the new soakers yet!

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I would love to try any of the "hybrid" systems--gDiapers, Flip, or GroBaby.

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Mindy said...

I'd use gDiapers. If I could afford them, I'd use them all of the time.

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