Cover That Fluffy Bum with Shorts from Project Pomona
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Project Pomona makes jeans, pants, and shorts for kids who wear cloth diapers since sometimes regular bottoms can be hard to fit over a fluffy diaper butt. In the fall of 2012 I had the opportunity to review a pair of Project Pomona jeans and we loved them. Now, sadly, those pants are too small and I miss them.
When I had the opportunity to review a pair of their shorts I jumped at the chance. Now K-Dub is three and his diapers are double stuffed so he often gets plumber butt in most pants. Even in the Project Pomona shorts you can see just a little peek of his diaper. Imagine that in regular pants or shorts.
These bottoms are made with extra room in the butt to completely cover the diaper. They are also adjustable with a row of snaps inside the waist so your child can wear Project Pomona bottoms for a lot longer than most of their other bottoms.
From behind these shorts look like any other pair of shorts. He is able to run, climb, and play without having his diaper hanging out for the world to see.
They also look like regular shorts from the front. They are so well made and easy to put on a toddler who may not want to stand still long enough for pants. No buttons or zippers to futz around with, just two quick snaps and he’s off and running again.
This is so great when they are babies too. When the pants are unsnapped they open really wide in front to make for very easy diaper changes while at home or out and about. When we’re out and K-Dub is wearing standard jeans I find it very difficult to get him changed without taking his pants all the way off since they restrict his legs from opening wide enough for efficient diaper changes.
I am so glad that Project Pomona makes pants and shorts big enough to fit older toddlers who are slower to potty train. Our kids need cute pants, too! These are such great quality that even those who don’t use cloth diapers may want a pair.
You can buy a pair of Project Pomona shorts for your little one for $26.50. Remember, these shorts will fit your child through at least two sizes so they are very economical as well.