Celebrate the Earth with one of the most diverse and reliable cloth diapering brands on the market—GroVia! This amazing brand has a style of diaper for every family, from disposable to full cloth, all while still protecting the Earth and keeping little bums dry. Their beloved hybrid all-in-two allows you to use disposable inserts or cloth inserts. While their all-in-one works just like a disposable, but this time you wash instead of toss. With the option of newborn or one-size, from the tiniest tot to potty training, these will simplify your cloth diaper stash. Save yourself hundreds of dollars and give your babe the cutest fluffy bottom around. These adorable, leak-proof, one-size cloth diapers from GroVia will become your new go-to diaper.
Save the Earth, save energy, save money
What do you get when you combine ultra soft organic cotton with stretchy wings and a side snap design? The perfect diaper. One size that fits birth through potty training, and without all the extra parts. Simply the only diaper you'll ever need.
GroVia Newborn All-In Ones - fits most newborns 4-13+ lbs.
GroVia One Size All-In-Ones - fits 10-35+ lbs.
Hybrid All-In-Two Shell Features
GroVia's Hybrid diapering system is quite possibly the most flexible and modern available. Flexible because you get to decide what you put inside your GroVia one-size shell—cloth or eco-friendly disposable. Simple, modern, and one giant step towards a smaller footprint.
GroVia is designed so that the outer shells may be used for multiple diaper changes. If the soaker pad is wet, simply snap in a fresh one and you are ready to go. If the shell is wet, allow it to air dry and use for the next diaper change. When your GroVia Shell is soiled or very saturated, start fresh with a new GroVia Shell. Most GroVia System users will find that using 2-4 GroVia Shells are enough per day, although newborn babies may need more.
It is not recommended that you soak your diapers. Soaking in caustic detergent eats away at natural fibers such as cotton, hemp, and bamboo.
I'm a first time mom and I was floored by how well these diapers worked. They are super easy, so my husband and in-laws love them. We got a great deal and by our calculations, these will have paid for themselves in 6 months. Our son is a heavy wetter, but we don't have any leakage issues. Way to go GroVia. I tell everyone about these. - Elizabeth
These diapers are well worth the money. They are trim and very absorbent. My toddler still fits well in them and they will make great trainers with the side snaps. Highly recommend these diapers for heavy wetters. -TR
There are a lot of choices out there for cloth diapering and a person can get overloaded with information. In the end, though, it is simple. GroVia AIO are the best choice. Our 14 month old daughter is long and skinny, so cloth diapers can get bulky. GroVia fits trim and snug so she is able to move without the diaper getting in the way. Plus, even with the wettest or messiest diapers we have never had one leak. Following the care instructions has kept our diapers in good shape. -Neve
What began as Montana’s Diaper Store, an online retail site operating out of founder Kim Ormsby’s laundry room, quickly grew into the inspiration that would revolutionize the natural parenting industry. In 2008, Kim created a line of eco-friendly parenting products to solve the daily issues parents face while nurturing their babies and developed The Natural Baby Company. The Natural Baby Company was met with great success, particularly with the 2009 launch of Gro Baby, a modern, eco-friendly diapering system that took the market by storm.
Since the launch of Gro Baby, the system has changed many lives. It helped them grow as a company. It pushed them to grow as families. It’s forced them to grow as parents. And it gave them the opportunity to grow their babies into healthy, mindful children. All this growth via one diaper—they could hardly believe it. But Gro Baby wasn’t a company, it was a diaper—a diaper with a very important mission. So to honor a diaper that has changed so many lives, in May 2010 they became GroVia, a new generation of natural baby care, with a diaper for every family.