Upon receipt of my set of cloth diapers, I noticed how different Lil Joeys truly are... most diapers lay flat; these have a natural crescent shape, which makes for an almost custom fit. Previously, I thought of AIO as "lazy diapers." I now think of them as luxury diapers. It is so nice to wash, hang dry, and diaper! No insert to stuff, no mess to touch! We were able to enjoy the Lil Joey until our LO (little one) was about 11 lbs. I would definitely recommend Lil Joeys through Pure Earth Baby to all cloth diapering moms.
The Kanga Care Difference
Kanga Care is more environmentally friendly as it is not adding more and more chemicals into the earth (through production and since it is not being disposed of in landfills). Lil Joeys and Rumparooz are made with TPU (water resistant polyester), which is solvent-free. It has been laminated with a thermoplastic polyurethane through a heat bonding process, instead of chemical bonding. It is also the other "Eco-friendly..." Economically! Though the initial investment is quite large, it pays off over time. Diaper Decisions has a wonderful breakdown of the true cost of cloth diapering (found here).