When I first looked at my new one-size pocket diapers, I saw nothing but a sea of snaps. I have NO IDEA how to use it!
Pocket diapers come in two parts. A soaker and a cover. The cover has a slot in the back in which you can slide the soaker.
On the front of the diaper cover, there are a gillion snaps. The row at the top is for tightening the waistline, like a regular diaper. The rows beneath are how you shrink the diaper for different size babies.
If you take the first row of three and snap it into the lowest row of three, you shorten the diaper for little babies.
Once the diaper is adjusted to the proper size, insert baby. Keep it low in the back and high in the front.
Snap the right side first if you intend to overlap. My teeny-tiny still needs this.
As the baby grows, you can snap the first row of three into the second row instead of the last. And finally, you won’t shorten it at all. If anyone is interested where I get my diapers, look here.