What is a "Pocket" diaper? A pocket cloth diaper has a pocket opening in the middle of the diaper where you can stuff absorbent materials inside the diaper. Think of a pocket diaper as one with three key components:
- You have the inside fleece layer that lays dry against baby's skin,
- You have a colorful outer shell that keeps the wetness contained inside the diaper, and
- You have a pocket opening that you and stuff something like a microterry cotton insert or washcloth inside it.
As you can see, the pocket diaper is a worthwhile contribution to the diapering world and one that is surly here to stay! It makes for a customizable, faster and more efficient diapering system.
Known as the “Mother of the Modern Cloth Diaper,” Tereson Dupuy invented the cloth diaper that started the entire modern cloth diapering movement more than a decade ago. She later turned her invention into what is known today as FuzziBunz cloth diapers, a popular brand of cloth diapers since 2000. As an inventor, business owner and mom to three, Tereson has many years of personal and professional experience in the cloth diaper industry, and she's excited to work with The Cloth Diaper Whisperer to offer her perspective on cloth diapering trends and insights. She can be found online at www.FuzziBunz.com