The owner of Rump-a-Rooz, Julie, approached me about selling her diapers. I had seen them and was interested in them, but had not yet taken the initiative to look into them. So I put in my order for a few thinking they would be just another pocket diaper like the others I have. Well not so! Now I am not saying that my other one size pockets are no good, they do their job very well. But Rump-a-rooz has a patented inner gusset that does the job it is advertised to do, which is catch poop. This soft gusset is made out of the inner fleece fabric, and it is the first line of defence against messy poops. If that defense is every breeched, which is rare, then the snug fit of the legs prevents leaks.
This is a diaper that I like to use in the car seat, for that extra insurance of leak prevention. I use the inserts it came with. While they are all microfiber, and I break my rule of microfiber being a solo act, they actually work really well. The inserts are well designed (I think thats a good compliment coming from someone who has designed her own inserts to do a certain job). Using snaps and folds, the insert will fit in the diaper from newborn to max size. The newborn aspect of the insert has indentations to reduce the bulk on tiny baby legs.
Rump-a-rooz comes in some really lovely colours, some I have not seen in other diaper brands, and prints unique to them. You can also choose aplix or snap closure. I have tried both snaps and aplix, and I do really like the snap version the best.
Braden at 23 pounds is wearing this diaper on its maximum setting. Also according to Julie of Rump-a-rooz, this diaper will fit a newborn who is 6.5 pounds. Smaller than most newborn size settings on one size diapers. And she has the photos to back it up :)
So I give this diaper 5 out of 5. I have no cons for it! Cute, one size, great at catching poop, and choice of snaps and aplix.