I HATE DISPOSABLE DIAPERS!!!
I mean, the convenience of them is great. I'll admit that. However, just about everything else that has to do with them is seriously getting under my skin. & Let's not forget the cost of my girl who just really likes to poo!
Joshua and I had decided over the summer that we were going to cloth diaper and were putting aside money to buy some. However, when Constance was in the hospital after being born, our "funds" were spent on gas money and food while we were at the hospital. So disposables were the way to go. & For a while, I figured that we'd probably try cloth with our next child or something.
Buuut ... as I said, I hate disposables.
I know that using cloth diaper sounds like I'd be messing with more poo, but that's so not true. Obviously I see it every day, I've been pooped on, her being breastfed means her poop is more runny (so she has blowouts and stains her clothes), and having them sit in a diaper pail STINKSSSS her room up!
Since we are going to be paying off our car very soon (yay!), we'll be able to set aside money for diapers a little each month. & Since Constance still has a long while to go before potty training, we have plenty of time to start using cloth. The best kind of diapers I've read about are Fuzzibunz, but they are pretty costly. & While I am down for that if need be, I'd rather find something slightly more affordable with the same quality. (Ofcourse it'd still be less than what I am spending a year on diapers!)
So what are some good cloth diapers? (Not the old pin types that my Dad wore ... you know what I mean?)
Is it too late to start them?