Petite Crown Covers Review

I'm not sure why it's taken me so long so try Petite Crown. I'm a covers type of gal and have a 13 month, 23ish pound boy. Here's our take on Petite Crown:


1. They run large

This is GREAT if you have a chunky leg baby like me. I was surprised to find that the keeper (a typical "one size" type of diaper) fit my dude. They have an even larger size called the catcher and this is the only diaper that we can still use rise snaps on! The roomy-ness of these diapers would make them perfect for overnights, naps, or heavy wetters. And even though they run large they still snap down small enough for infants.



2. They are trim

For running large, the width of this diaper is fairly thin, giving it a trimmer fit. I would compare the trimness, as well as the softness, to Buttons Diapers. I think they find a great happy medium with being able to fit a lot in them without becoming super bulky.

3. Front and back elastics

My preference always goes to diapers with front tummy elastics. My guy moves around so much (read: he never stops!) so keeping everything sealed in tight is a huge plus for us. The elastics were also gentle and didn't leave any marks.


4. Cute Factor

Petite Crown has stepped up their game with cute prints and solids! Pannolino Bambino currently has several in stock including a pretty forest green called "Earhardt," a galaxy print called "Nebula," and my favorite, a watercolor green pattern called "Juniper and Forest," among others. Click here to check it out, and use code "NIKKI" for a special discount!