Most cloth diapers are meant to stay in place and hug baby’s bottom without the annoyance of a wedgie that sometimes comes with disposable diaper wearing babies. However, it could happen and let’s discuss why and how to prevent them:
Make sure the diaper properly fits your baby. If your baby is wearing a FuzziBunz Perfect-Size diaper and the diaper is snug, you should either adjust the snap settings or size up. If your baby is wearing a FuzziBunz One-Size diaper, consider adjusting the elastic inside the leg casings. The diaper should be snug but not too tight or too lose to prevent it from riding up. If the elastic is stretched, it may be worn and require replacement. (PS – you can order elastic replacement kits from major FuzziBunz retailers for a few dollars. They replacement kit requires no seam ripping or sewing – it’s an easy-breezy change.)
If the wedgie situation doesn’t improve, we recommend you try a variety of cloth diaper brands to see if one fits your baby better or differently. I find that not all brands work for all babies and we want your baby to be happy in cloth diapers, no matter what brand you choose. Good luck and keep us posted!