Disclosure: I received one or more of the products mentioned for free as a thank you for writing this post. Regardless, all opinions expressed are completely my own.
While pregnant with her daughter Jaydence, Rachel began sewing fun diapers. By the time their son Levi (a.k.a. “Bug”) was born, Rachel’s husband Cory insisted that their new son would not wear the pretty pink and purple diaper creations that Rachel had come up with. As a result, Rachel sold the pink and purple diapers in favor of making masculine ones. Those who purchased her diapers were very impressed with her work and wanted to purchase more. As a result, in 2010, Rachel began her cloth diapering business. She dubbed it “Chelory” by combining hers and her husband’s names (raCHEL and cORY). This cloth diapering business has been Rachel’s dream come true as she loves to sew cloth diapers.
The most unique feature of the Chelory cloth diaper is the insert. It is attached at both the front and back ends and has two layers. This makes this diaper a true AIO and makes clean up super easy–no unstuffing!
Pros: I love and adore the attached double inserts because it’s really nice to NOT have to unstuff it. I also love how well it does at keeping “things” in. It is one of the easiest cloth diapers I have ever used and has become one of my top favorites.
Cons: At this time, I am unable to find any cons with the Chelory diaper.
You can purchase Chelory all-in-one or all-in-two cloth diapers and accessories online at www.Chelory.com.
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