Project Pomona Pants Designed for Real Babies & Cloth Diapers

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Project Pomona

Does your baby wear cloth diapers?  Do you have a hard time finding pants that fit over their fluffy bum?  Hate having to buy a size up only to have pants way too long?  Then you need Project Pomona!

Oh how I wish I still had a baby in cloth diapers to wear these adorable pants!

Pomona Pants are designed with just a little extra room in the trunk to accommodate a babies diapers (fits both disposable and cloth diapers in the same size).  They have a low rise in the front to make room for those little baby bellies and perhaps the most unique feature is the snapping waist and hip panel.  There are three snaps (similar to the snaps found on cloth diapers) on each waist/hip to adjust to fit your baby perfectly.

I honestly don’t know why the clothing industry hasn’t thought of this yet!  Ever since I can remember baby clothes have those hideous metal snaps that go up the inside of each leg (so you can change diapers easier – as if that’s possible) or elastic waist that may or may not fit your baby.  As they get older and enter the toddler age you may be lucky enough to find the adjustable waist elastic which all of my children have needed (I make skinny waisted babies).  But the snaps on the Pomona are so clean, neat, and pretty!

I did have a chance to view a pair of Pomona’s first hand before I shared them with a friend for her little girl.  They are nicely made and incredibly high quality.  I love that the ankle of each pant is lined with a stylish fabric that can be cuffed for shorter babies (or uncuffed for a little extra growing room).  Such a smart design for our babies that can grow so quickly!

Organic Pomona

New for Spring – the 100% Organic Solid Accent Pomona!

To learn more visit Project Pomona online, Facebook, Twitter, and my favorite…Pinterest! If you are interested in trying a pair of Pomona’s for your little one visit her Etsy store and use coupon code ECOCHIC for free shipping on your order.  Offer may expire at any time.

You can also thank Meghan, the owner of Project Pomona, who has offered up one pair of Pomona pants to one of my readers.  Complete the Rafflecopter steps below to enter between now and the end of May.  Good luck!!

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Disclosure:  I received a pair of Pomona pants to review (which I donated to a friend).  The opinions in this post are my own and no other compensation was received.   
 
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135 Responses to Project Pomona Pants Designed for Real Babies & Cloth Diapers

  1. jennifer shaw says:

    My daughter has a big booty and is 2 yrs old. I have to buy dresses or 4 or 5 t to fit over them. I usually just go with dresses.

  2. michelle d says:

    i do. i usually just put DD in leggings, or make pants for her myself, but they aren’t nearly as cute as these ones!

  3. Autumn Beck says:

    They are super cute! I don’t ever have a problem with pants not fitting over cloth diapers but I do use trim diapers. I do remember with my #3 having issues and just using stretchy leggings for her.
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  4. Krystal says:

    At this point my 3 month old girl is in a 6 month size pants. I just have to go up a size in pants from her shirts/onsies, since length hasn’t been an issue yet.

  5. Guatejen says:

    My kids are skinny, so generally the cloth diapers actually help! Sometimes they just can’t wear the pants though.
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  6. Amy says:

    Yes I do!! He doesn’t wear pants too often but that won’t work in the winter

  7. Bekah Kuczenski says:

    We buy one size bigger to fit her fluffy Butt <3

  8. leilani bierman says:

    So far, it hasn’t seemed to be much of a problem, I guess that we are just buying a size up and don’t have anything else to compare it to =)

  9. Lily Ivey says:

    My baby girl wears a lot of dresses!I would love to give these a try.

  10. Nancy says:

    I must admit that this is a really good initiative and I respect theor thought… Keep it up…
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  11. Danielle says:

    Yes, sometimes. When we have trouble getting pants to fit we just size up and that seems to solve the problem.
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  12. Amanda Alvarado says:

    Luckily I had a girl and we would just keep her in dresses! When she had to wear pants because of the weather, we would just use leggings or warm ups. Once she was older and only in them overnight, we really didn’t have a problem with PJs not fitting over them.

  13. Kasi says:

    I will be cloth diapering my first baby soon, so the experience is new to me, but friends tell me they often have to go up a size in baby clothes because of the cloth diaper!

  14. Maria D. says:

    My solution to the problem is to only buy knit, stretchy pants. We have missed out on a lot cute pants this way. :-(

  15. Beth R says:

    We normally just go up a size or don’t wear pants lol. lots of babylegs

  16. Heath says:

    I will buy some of these pants for my little boy. Thanks for sharing the coupon!
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  17. anne marie says:

    i buy one size bigger

  18. Dana K says:

    I have found it most difficult to find khaki/dress pants that fit. They fit when my LO first moves up a size in clothing, but they are the first to get too tight. I usually just move up a size at that point.

  19. Jill M says:

    Yes, we have trouble fnding pants that fit over the twins’ cloth diapers. Our “solution” is to just put them is super-big pants, but that means also super long pants. Its an issue, and I’m definitely hoping for a pair of Pomonas to get through the winter months when pants are a must..

  20. susan says:

    I haven’t had too many problems with finding pants to fit over my babe’s fluffy bum, but that could be because I normally put him in larger pants … it works okay because I like the longer length on his legs, but if he’s not wearing a onesie, the waist is noticeably big.

  21. Stacey T says:

    So far we haven’t had too much trouble since my little one is still little and her diapers are fairly trim and all her pants are stretchy but I know that day is coming.

  22. Sianna Rose says:

    I usually buy a size up, otherwise pants are too tight on him.

  23. Dandi D says:

    We haven’t had a problem with them fitting because my baby has such a skinny bottom

  24. deltaflute says:

    my oldest is skinny, but my youngest….Usually I find pants that are really really stretched out or I just leave his onesie unhooked.

  25. I don’t know if I am lucky or just don’t notice, but we haven’t had a problem with pants fitting over her diaper. There have probably been a few pairs along the way, but they pretty much fit her.
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  26. Sarah H says:

    Yes I do, to fix the problem I buy a bigger size. Which sucks because then they are too long!

  27. Alycia M says:

    Yes I sometimes do. It all depends on the brand. A lot of times I would just put her in stretchy pants or sweatpants.

  28. Sarah L says:

    So far we haven’t had problems finding clothes that fit. The cloth diapers actually make everything fit better. My 6 week old is tall with a skinny tummy, so everything seems to fit pretty good right now.

  29. Leann L says:

    I do & usually have to buy a size up to fit & roll the cuffs. We also have used cotton/stretchy pants.

  30. Jen c says:

    Considering we don’t actually have our first yet :) I don’t have a world saving solution, but since both of us have bubble butts, is be surprised if it isn’t an issue…

  31. Julie says:

    Yes, I had trouble fitting clothes over my son’s cloth diapers. His were kinda bulky. I didn’t have as much trouble fitting pants over my daughter’s because she was smaller and I’d found trimmer pocket diapers by then but it was still sometimes an issue. All I could do was buy bigger pants and roll them up (they looked funny) or knit them some longies. These look like a great idea.

  32. paola says:

    We’ve been lucky. We have a tall wee one and so going up a size helps us with his fluffy bum b/c of the diapers but also minimizes the high water look! He’s skinny but tall… being able to adjust the pants a bit better would definitely be a plus!
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  33. Kendal says:

    We generally go up a size in pants…. his shorts are always super long because of that though!

  34. Gillian Phillips says:

    These are so cute. I actually wanted some for myself. But if I can win some for my son, that would be great, too!

  35. Keri B. says:

    I’ve ususally solved the problem by sizing up and the cuffing the bottom of the pants or hemming them.

  36. Gillian Phillips says:

    to fit my baby’s diaper, i just buy one size up. No problem.

  37. Bonnie Cantrell says:

    I haven’t really had a problem. I usually just go up a size if I need to.

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  39. Amanda DeGregori says:

    It is frustrating because my son is actually skinny so a lot of clothes are big on him except some pants. He just wears the ones that are really stretchy.

  40. Regina P says:

    Baby legs! At least that was the solution for my boy. It’s getting pretty hot already so she’s been going bottomless
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  41. Katie says:

    I haven’t had too much trouble with fit, although there are often times that pants are huge around his waist. Drawstrings help. The hardest part, though, is putting them on – having to hike them over that fluffy butt!

  42. Jackie says:

    My son is still pretty young, so I can get away with stretchy, sweatpants-like pants on him. I have some cute jeans for him, but of course they don’t fit over his fluffy butt (they don’t fit comfortably in a disposable either though!)… I would love some Pomonas!

  43. Jessica Hornick says:

    I don’t really like jeans on babies because they’re so stiff usually so we stick with cotton pants or leggings. But these are SO cute!

  44. leigh says:

    who needs pants at all!?! haha! we just hang out pantless at our house!

  45. Darien M says:

    We either wear a size up or just wear leggings. Unfortunately, by going a size up, it sometimes looks like my son is sagging his pants!

  46. Liesal says:

    Not yet because we just started and my baby isn’t wearing much other than sleep sacks and onesies.

  47. Kristie says:

    We go with baby legs!

  48. Mickie says:

    I would love to try these! Hated how clothes fit my son during CDing and going through it again with my daughter.

  49. Janet b says:

    my mother sent a pair for my daughter, I’ve been on the lookout for the mail truck all week :).

  50. Kasi says:

    We go pantsless around here a LOT! The majority of the time, it’s a shirt {or onesie}, dipe and MLL {My Little Legs}. I would love to win these pants!

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