It has a whopping 16 layers of absorbent bamboo/cotton fabric in front, perfect for little boys who are big wetters. :) First off though, please change your baby immediately after he pees! It's never good to be sitting in a wet diaper (uncomfortable and leads to a rash). I admit it can be tempting for anyone who has ever used disposables for a period of time, but resist the urge (a toddler costs $60 at least per month for disposables, and thats counting only giving changes when the diaper's been completely filled between changes, or else it would be $180 or more per month)! This fold is very handy if you ever miss a soaking though. After all, you can't check every 15 minutes every waking hour. This fold has accomplished at keeping the diaper cover gusset edges dry a number of times too, and a big pet peeve of mine is discovering edges that are wet! For flats, I've tried T-shirt flats, flour sack cloth flats, and now my large sized (32x32) Diaper Rite's Bamboo/cotton flats. Diaper Rite Flats are my personal favorite, with super softness after about 5 or more washes and super great absorbency. T-shirt flats always soaked the diaper cover edges, and the flour sack cloth is so rough I could hardly stand to put them on George! Anyway, we're super happy with our Diaper Rite Bamboo flats and now they're the only ones we use for George! Yeay, we got George off disposables!
Well, here is the fold below. After a wash and a dry in the dryer, just fold your flats and stack them in your diaper chest or in a corner for quick and easy use. For wiggle worms, changing on the ground with your leg over their torso has always worked for me and our son. I've never used a changing table in my life. If your having a baby and know cloth diapering is for you, use your diaper table changing money and just buy two packs of 12 Bamboo/cotton flats! ... and three or four $8 diaper covers (Like BubuBibi or Diaper Rite brand). Diaper Rite just raised their prices, but it's still a good deal. Also there are many other Bamboo Flat brands you could look at, but I can't personally vouch for them, but you could try them out. :) Look for reviews, do your own research!