Action shots

Evan is my newest nephew. He’s testing out the new mini-diaper system. I realized I haven’t posted photos of this yet. I was still working out some kinks from feedback. It’s a little difficult to get a good photo of this diaper actually on, because it does require the cover to actually be snugly closed in order for the diaper to stay on, unlike other diapers that secure with wings around the front or sides. This is a size newborn and he’s about a month old here. He was tiny at birth weighing just over 5 lbs. I think.

At any rate, the response has been good although my SIL has said she would prefer snaps in the front too as well as the back to correspond with the diaper’s snaps. Evan has some tiny little thighs and covers needed to be a little fuller cut for him to keep everything nice and snug and gap free.

Evan Ryan trying out the new minidiaper system

And here are some older photos just for fun that were stashed away in my albums.
This is Evan’s older brother Nathan who is just 13 months older! AHHH, 2 boys under 2, what fun huh?

Anyway, these photos were taken some time ago. He’s grown up so much but I thought it would be fun to show some action shots nonetheless.

Nathan James in Medium Skulls


Nathan James in Chili medium Fitted
Chili Peppers

Nathan James in Medium Side Snapping Cover
More recent-side snapping cover.


Snappiable/Pinable multisized fitted

Rachel (my 45 lb., long been out of diapers, 17 days away from being 5 years old) balked at doing this for me slightly but finally gave in and modeled the size Medium-XL. The lighting isn’t great but the fit is just fine!

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And below is my 2 1/2 year old 26 lb. son Drew in the NB/Med. I had to bribe him with a candy cane to get these photos!

At first glance I thought there was no way he’d fit but it did fit with room to spare too! You can definitely tell the size difference between the NB-Med and the Med-XL though and when you’re holding the smaller of the two sizes in your hand, it’s easy to see how it would easily fit a 5 lb. newborn without too much bulk.

Of course, my son is super thin too so I cannot assure you this would work for most 2 1/2 year olds.

Both my kids have been using the potty for ages now and so I not longer keep diaper pins around. Regular safety pins did the trick though.

If Drew were still in diapers I think I would prefer the Med-XL size just because I can :o). But this is for the sake of modeling purposes.

Drew in NB/SM

Drew in NB/SM

Drew in NB/SM

Drew in NB/SM