If you're wondering about the difference between these and Little Movers or Little Snugglers, here's a quick rundown: 1) Superficial category:
If cute graphics are important to you, go with the "Little" collection. This is not to say that these diapers are totally bland, the colors just aren't as vibrant. Also, the Snug & Dry are not quite as soft on the outside but just as soft inside. That being said, it's really only the inside that matters because that's what's touching the skin. My son doesn't have any red marks from these diapers rubbing or chafing his skin, so they are plenty soft! 2) Construction:
Like the "Little" collection, Snug and Dry have a stretchy waistband feature, larger tabs, and similar leak-lock gusset design. They feel as equally durable and seem to hold a tad more than the Little ones, making them a great overnight diaper for a fraction of the price. Upon close examination, the only major difference in shape are the leg gussets, which seem smaller and not quite as tall as those in Little Snugglers/Movers. This difference is more likely to affect poop, perhaps by containing it less well, but I haven't noticed any significant performance issues with runny bowel movements between the two diaper types. One more note...my son does get more of the absorbent gel pieces on his skin from these than from the Little Movers, but it's usually scant if at all. 3) Other:
If you're not into strong perfumes, these are great. The smell is super subtle. No more sticking baby's butt right up to your nose to be sure there's a mess. These also hold together great with very minimal sagging, if at all (Little Movers sags even less). On a budget and not picky about how cute the diaper is? These diapers are for you!