I thought I would do a little bit different review today.  Instead of a diaper I thought I would review one of the onesies from CosynDry.  I have two onesies actually from them and they are basically the same just different designs but the one I have in particular is this one below and will be the one I am actually reviewing.

No, thats not me.  Though I wish my hair looked as silky and smooth as hers does.  Its just a model off of their website.  I will take a photo soon of me in one of their onesies and put it in the photography section when I get a chance.  Alright, well the onesie I would have to say is extremely comfortable and fitting.  Some of the onesies from other places I have tried are to big for me as I am descently skinny and most are made for men.  The size Small fits me beautifully.  Obviously it fits a little more snug when I have a thicker diaper on like a Bambino Diaper or Abri-Form X-plus or something like that.  But, it fits wonderfully.  The designs on it are super cute and definitely give you that babyish feel when you snap up the crotch.  The fabric is very soft and very snug feeling.  The leg openings actually fit my legs pretty well and are not too big.  My thighs are not very big but they are also not the skinniest (in my opinion) but the onesie fits it very well.  I have worn it to bed multiple nights and its not too hot and definitely keeps you a little warmer on cool nights.  Overall, this is probably the best onesie that I have and will definitely continue to order more in the future.  Obviously, everyone’s body is different but being 5’5″ and 112 lbs the onesie fits me good in a size small if thats any sort of mewp_ement for others to compare with.  I am pretty skinny (athletic build).

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By |2017-07-17T21:42:46+00:00October 13th, 2008|Uncategorized|15 Comments


  1. BJ October 13, 2008 at 11:59 pm - Reply

    You do know the person who own cosyndry don’t make them. They are imported from babykins.

  2. Adrian October 14, 2008 at 12:02 am - Reply

    Ok…well thank you for sharing that. But, it doesn’t matter because you can’t get that design or anything anywhere else besides CosynDry. Babykins doesn’t make those designs on them.

  3. BJ October 14, 2008 at 12:06 am - Reply

    do do do. it even have babykins on the labels.

  4. Adrian October 14, 2008 at 12:41 am - Reply

    Do Do Do? I don’t see anywhere on Babykins where they have those designs?

  5. BJ October 14, 2008 at 12:49 am - Reply

    i brought a onesie and she even said they are from babykins and someone else also said it too.

  6. RCDIAPERBOY October 14, 2008 at 11:31 am - Reply

    This is very true. cosyndry products are spin offs from babykins.

  7. Bill October 16, 2008 at 10:21 pm - Reply

    Has anyone here tried the Kendall diapers on that site? I have seen the Kendall name here and there, but the ones they showed in their product picture look like good diapers.

  8. goofy1171 October 17, 2008 at 10:17 pm - Reply

    You live in FL and buy from UK cozy?? How do you avoid air mail shipping fees?

    I have a source for the terry contours almost exact as Cozy-n-dry – made in the USA (size M/L)

  9. Margaret Cosyndry October 27, 2008 at 8:49 pm - Reply

    Just to set the record straight at one point a number of my products did come from Babykins but all the products on my Website are my own range under my own label. The only products left from Babykins are in the bargain bucket and I never hid the fact where I bought them from as they have an excellent name worldwide.

  10. cloybaby December 28, 2008 at 11:22 pm - Reply

    Those it really matter where these item come from the main issue is that we have people willing to help us obtain our baby needs and feeling with these items.i have brought from cozyndry and i would recommend them to others i am also ordering more onsies and a sleeper.the diapers are kendall which are very good diapers .

  11. amanda January 4, 2009 at 2:09 am - Reply

    what kind of diaper is most comfortable to wear under a first communion dress-cloth or disposable? i will have to a diaper under my dress in may,can plastic pants be worn over disposable diapers also?

  12. Jason September 4, 2009 at 12:09 pm - Reply

    I’ll buy onesies from anyone who makes them provided they make a good quality product, and they’re made either here in the USA or Canada. We’ve seen too many goods come in from Mexico, China, Indonesia, etc. I think it’s about time we start making our goods. We’re more than capable of doing that. We’ve simply become too lazy to do things for ourselves.

  13. lindsay September 30, 2009 at 10:05 am - Reply

    amanda,a cloth diaper works best under a communion dress.you should have loose fitting plastic pants over it.i made my first communion at 15 and wore the cloth diaper and plastic pants under my dress as did all the girls.my plastic fit blousy and crinkled under my dress.

  14. Puszczyk August 6, 2010 at 8:27 am - Reply

    I admit I also have an adult onesie (made (if this is true) in Poland by Privatina) in my cupboard…and use it as nightwear in warm summer nights or under my fleece footie PJs in winter. I have also tried it out as a T-shirt replacement.

    Despite the fact it is marketed as “adult’s daywear” (and not AB daywear), it does have a nasty flaw: The 4-snap crotch tends to open when moving around! O_O Perhaps the maker used low-cost snaps, but this seems to be a fairly common flaw of “adult onesies” and bodysuits.

    Maybe this is an advice for me to buy next time an onesie, which features not a crotch entry, but a front or back one, unless the item is strictly underwear.

  15. Jason July 12, 2013 at 9:52 am - Reply

    Nice review. What I don’t understand is what’s with the A at the end of each sentence? After the period, there’s an upper case A. Is there a reason for that? I’ve never worn a onesie before. I know what a onesie is. Babies and toddlers usually wear them to prevent diapers from being seen when they’re wearing pants, don’t they?

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