|Eli (3 months old) wearing a Flip.|
Riley was only in CD's at home, and in disposables while out of the house. Soon, it was time for potty training, so I bought 2 cloth trainers (for out of the house, he was in undies at home). But Eli was in cloth full time as soon as we had a full stash.
|Eli and Riley wearing Doodle Dypes.|
I have since tried many different types and brands of cloth diapers. I sell the ones I'm not crazy about, or that just aren't used much. In keeping with the saving money idea, I try very hard to stick to my self imposed "buy one sell one" policy.
My family and friends are pretty supportive of our choice to use cloth diapers. My mom and mother in law will change them, no problem. Even our church nursery is fine with them. I do get a lot of "What do you do with the poop?" and related questions. But I just explain the benefits of cloth diapers, and no one says anything else (even if I can tell they still think they're gross).
I wish I had known about the modern cloth diapers when Riley was born, but I didn't. We are hoping for another LO sometime in the next couple of years, and I am already trying to decide what newborn fluff to use!
|Eli showing his American spirit in a Little Flower Minkie OS pocket.|