we've been using seventh generation for almost seven months. lately, i've been really thinking i want to switch to cloth. is it too late? i mean, will it be worth it now to spend the money? what do i need to get started? where would i look? are used/hand me downs okay to use? do i need anything special to clean/wash them? how much do you think i will need to spend? i have no clue, and not much time to do the research, and would greatly appreciate any help/suggestions/info you could offer! thanks in advance! ~dana
Never too late because you have at least a year and a half. So many great services out there and choices! These are not the cloth diapers our mothers had to use that is for sure. I personally like the ones that come with Velcro - now how easy is that? Got to love it. Just know your child's correct size, usually goes by pounds. And such cute decorative diapers as well as being so eco friendly. Thank you for caring about your child and the Earth enough to consider this option. I did biodegradable/flushable diapers. Not very easy. Cloth really did seem the better way to go. Next time around it will be all cloth for me. In the long run you can save a bundle on the diapers by going cloth. I like the idea of using a service but that does tend to bump up the price tag. Go green moms!
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