Blueberry Simplex Newborn AIO Review

Blueberry Simplex Newborn AIO Review ~ Maman Loup's Den

I received this item free for review. All opinions remain my own.

Remember all the love I had for the TotsBots TeenyFit? Well, how about another brand whose design has all the things I loved about the Teeny but made in North America and using snaps?! Well, that’s the Blueberry Simplex! It’s another of my “outting” diapers because it’s super absorbent and reliable. 

Like the TeenyFit, the Blueberry is an all-in-one where the insert tucks into a pocket which can also be used to add absorbency. The Simplex’s pocket opens at the front and the back, and the insert is tucked in at the front. (The TeenyFit’s pocket is at the back only.) This is the same design as the one-size Blueberry Simplex.

Out of the pocket:

Blueberry Simplex Newborn AIO Review ~ Maman Loup's Den

In the pocket:

Blueberry Simplex Newborn AIO Review ~ Maman Loup's Den ~ 2

Here are the specs:

Blueberry Simplex Newborn AIO Review ~ Maman Loup's Den ~ SpecsWe used our Blueberry for the first time once we got home from the hospital, with Little Miss Cub weighing around 6 lbs 14 oz. 

Blueberry Simplex Newborn AIO on newborn

What I love about our Blueberry Simplex Newborn AIO:

  • My favourite AIO style: attached soaker tucking into a pocket;
  • Pocket opening at the front and back for easy stuffing and faster drying, and the pocket is wide;
  • Ability to stagger the snaps for a looser fit at the waist and tighter fit around the legs (or vice versa);

Blueberry Newborn Simplex AIO Review

  • Umbilical snap down;

Blueberry Simplex Newborn AIO Review ~ Maman Loup's Den ~ Umbilical Snap DownMade in the USA;

  • Higher weight range than many of our newborn diapers and I think we will surpass it. You can see that here, between 10-11 lbs, we’ve got room to grow:

Blueberry Newborn Simplex at 10 lbs

What I like less about our Blueberry Simplex Newborn AIO:

  • Lack of leg casing can mean the diaper inner rolls out at the leg causing wicking. Hasn’t happened to us because I always double check that none of the diaper inner is rolled out;
  • Cotton feels particularly wet against baby’s skin (but you can always add a fleece liner if this is an issue). 

Bottom Line:

This diaper has a higher-than-average weight limit and I don’t doubt that we will reach it just fine. It’s super absorbent and reliable: definitely a great newborn diaper option!

Update: I published this review this morning and now have to add that we survived 6 hours with just a tiny bamboo booster!! I had definitely not intended for her to be wearing it so long, but life happens… and thankfully, no leaks!

Shop & Connect

We received our Simplex from Ontario-based retailer, Bambumbles!

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3 responses to “Blueberry Simplex Newborn AIO Review”

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