|We were part of the Great Cloth Diaper Change this year!|
|Caleb, about one month old wearing his Chunky Monkey Best Bottom Diaper|
|Moolicious Best Bottom Diaper about 3 months old|
|Green Giraffe Best Bottom Diaper, about 3 months old|
I also use cloth wipes, which aren't bad! You can use a wipe solution, or just plain water. I fold my wipes so they pop out of a wipe container, wet the stack, and when they are soiled, spray with the diaper sprayer and toss in the diaper pail. This saves having a garbage pail of soiled wipes sitting in my son's room or bathroom. I recently started making wipes out of an old flannel sheet that we don't use any more. I cut 8x8 squares and do a zigzag stitch around the edges. I have NO sewing experience and I can make them. They are super soft from being washed so much over the years.
Now, my newest discovery is the thriving resale community of cloth diapers. I was surprised at the high resale value of some of these diapers. If well taken care of, people are getting up to 50% back! Now, this is for diapers in very good condition with no stains, but taking the time to sun out any stains is worth it if you're reselling!