St. Patrick’s Day is only a week away! The cultural and religious holiday is celebrated annually on March 17. The holiday is named after Saint Patrick, the most commonly recognized of the patron saints of Ireland. The day both commemorates Saint Patrick and the arrival of Christianity in Ireland and celebrates the heritage and culture of the Irish people. Symbols associated with the holiday include the color green. Help your little one celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with some of my favorite green cloth diapers.
Emerald Imagine One-Size Stay-Dry All-in-One
My first favorite green diaper for St. Patrick’s Day is the Emerald Imagine One-Size Stay-Dry All-in-One. At only $12.95 per diaper at Nicki’s Diapers, the Imagine all-in-one is an incredibly economical option. The diaper comes in both snap and hook and loop closure and offers a four-layer microfiber insert topped with polar fleece. The interior is also lined with super soft polar fleece to wick away moisture. Washing and drying is quick and easy because of the synthetic materials. I have not had any major problems with leaks with the Imagine One-Size Stay-Dry All-in-One on either my daughter or my son. And I love the bright green color of the Emerald.
For more information, check out my Imagine One-Size Stay-Dry and Imagine One-Size Bamboo All-in-One Cloth Diaper Comparison Review.
Turtle and Electric Lime Diaper Rite One-Size All-in-Ones
I recently purchased some Diaper Rite One-Size All-in-One cloth diapers to try. And I particularly love the gorgeous greens of the Turtle and Electric Lime. At $10.95 each at Diaper Junction, the all-in-ones are incredibly affordable. With a TPU exterior and a microfleece interior, the diaper provides absorbency while offering a stay dry feeling. I primarily use my Diaper Junction all-in-ones on my son, but the frugal diapers also works well on my daughter.
Spicy Tuna and Bloom Smart Bottoms Smart One One-Size Organic All-in-Ones
I am a huge fan of the Smart Bottoms Smart One One-Size Organic All-in-One. One of the two very first Smart Bottoms that I purchased is the gorgeous teal green Spicy Tuna. I also recently purchased the equally gorgeous green Bloom. At $29 per diaper, Smart Bottoms are more expensive than other brands. However, the diaper consist of 100% organic cotton for a trimmer, more absorbent diaper. The attached insert folds to provide up to ten layers of customizable absorbency. The tongue-style insert means that the all-in-one dries faster than other styles of all-in-one diapers with natural fibers. The Smart Bottoms Smart One works great on both my kids.
For more information, check out my Smart Bottoms Smart One 3.0 and 3.1 All-in-One Cloth Diaper Comparison Review.
Key Lime Pie and Mistletoe Best Bottom Diapers Covers
When I first started cloth diapering three years ago, my tiny stash consisted of three Best Bottom Diapers covers including Key Lime Pie. My favorite feature of Best Bottom Diapers is that only the insert needs to be changed at every diaper change. The shell is reusable as long as not soaked or dirty. With wet diapers, I simply pop the old insert out and pop a new one in. I also love the double leg gussets that help hold messes in. Finally, I really love the sized inserts that snap into place. I own or have owned almost every single color and print from Best Bottom Diapers including the limited edition green Mistletoe. Both Key Lime Pie and Mistletoe are among my favorite green cloth diapers.
For more information, check out my Best Bottom Diapers Review.
Apple, Sweet Pea, and Marina Buttons Diapers Covers
Among the many covers and all-in-twos in my stash, I rank Buttons Diapers among my favorite. I especially love the three different greens offered by the brand: Apple, Sweet Pea, and Marina. I love everything about Buttons Diapers. From the snap-in inserts to the double leg gussets, Buttons Diapers are the perfect one-size all-in-two diaper for me and my daughter. Even my husband approves of my new Buttons Diapers. If you are already a fan of Best Bottom Diapers, then you must check out Buttons Diapers. If you are looking for an all-in-two diaper to try, Buttons Diapers should be your first stop.
For more information, check out my Buttons Diapers Review.
Merry Diaper Junction Cover
While shopping the Black Friday sales last fall, I purchased the green and red limited edition Merry Diaper Junction cover. Compared to the other covers in my stash, the Diaper Junction cover is sized a bit larger, which makes the cover perfect over fitteds on my daughter overnight. The cover also sizes down quite small to fit my infant son.
Happy Laladays Lalabye Baby One-Size All-in-Two/Pocket Diaper
Also while shopping Black Friday sales last fall, I purchased the green and red limited edition Happy Laladays Lalabye Baby one-size all-in-two/pocket diaper. If you are shopping for a versatile cloth diaper that converts between pocket, all-in-one, and all-in-two, I highly recommend the Lalabye Baby one-size cloth diaper. Recommended for babies between 8 and 35+ pounds, the diaper fits both my infant and my preschooler with plenty of room left to grow. The snap-in bamboo inserts are extremely absorbent and customizable, allowing for the perfect fit for any baby.
Walk the Lime Funky Fluff Three-in-One
The very first Funky Fluff three-in-one cloth diaper in my stash was the gorgeous green with purple Walk the Lime. The diaper is both easy-to-use and versatile, converting from newborn to large sizes and between pocket, all-in-two, and all-in-one settings. At $19.02 for a shell and two inserts, Funky Fluff is comparatively priced to other similar diapers. Attesting to the high quality of the Funky Fluff Stay Dry 2.0, my three-in-one diaper frequently ends up in rotation in my overnight stash for my diaper. By using the two soakers to create a double-stuffed all-in-two, Funky Fluff keeps my daughter dry and comfortable for up to twelve hours at night. I also love using the cute green diaper on my son during the day.
For more information, check out my Funky Fluff Stay Dry 2.0 Cloth Diaper Review.
Grasshopper, Ribbit, and Hummingbird bumGenius
When I first started experimenting with all-in-one diapers last summer, I purchased a bumGenius Freetime One-Size All-in-One. I was a fan of the Flip cover, and Cotton Babies makes both brands. The Freetime all-in-one contains Stay Dry and microfiber, with two inserts that are loose on one side each on the interior of the diaper. The Flip cover features the same exterior material as the Freetime. I like the Flip on my daughter and the Freetime on my son. Grasshopper is a gorgeous pale green color, Ribbit is a retired bright green, and Hummingbird is teal green.
For more information, check out my bumGenius Freetime and Elemental All-in-One Cloth Diaper Comparison Review and my Flip Diaper Cover and Stay Dry Insert Review.
What is your favorite green cloth diaper for St. Patrick’s Day?
My Favorite Green Cloth Diapers for St. Patrick’s Day © 2015 Heather Johnson
Emerald Imagine One-Size Stay-Dry All-in-One © 2015 Heather Johnson
Turtle Diaper Rite One-Size All-in-One © 2015 Heather Johnson
Electric Lime Diaper Rite One-Size All-in-One © 2015 Heather Johnson
Spicy Tuna Smart Bottoms Smart One One-Size Organic All-in-One © 2014 Heather Johnson
Bloom Smart Bottoms Smart One One-Size Organic All-in-One © 2015 Heather Johnson
Key Lime Pie Best Bottom Diapers Cover © 2014 Heather Johnson
Mistletoe Best Bottom Diapers Cover © 2014 Heather Johnson
Apple Buttons Diapers Cover © 2013 Heather Johnson
Sweet Pea Buttons Diapers Cover © 2013 Heather Johnson
Marina Buttons Diapers Cover © 2014 Heather Johnson
Merry Diaper Junction Cover © 2014 Heather Johnson
Happy Laladays Lalabye Baby One-Size All-in-Two/Pocket Diaper © 2014 Heather Johnson
Walk the Lime Funky Fluff © 2014 Heather Johnson
Grasshopper bumGenius Freetime One-Size All-In-One © 2015 Heather Johnson
Ribbit Flip Cover © 2012 Heather Johnson
Hummingbird Flip Cover © 2014 Heather Johnson