This is where I tell you what my next few posts will be about.
When I first started cloth diapering, I was sort of terrified.
I had a 2.5 year old who was only in sposies and a new tiny 4 month old who hadn’t felt a cloth bum yet.
I tossed the idea around a bit with my husband with our son, but it just never panned out because I had done little research and that web browsing that I had done made me believe I would basically need to take out a loan to be able to venture into this new cloth world.
After knowing we were CDing our daughter (just not until after she was in OS and after Christmas) I was still scared, but I found out how I could make a full, usable stash with less than $200. Plus my best friend started CD on her new baby(3 months younger than my little Amelia), so I knew someone who knew something about this new world (and trust me, it really is a whole new world) In comes my new Cloth Mom post all about my love for Alva Baby and Pocket diapers.
Man was I naive.
As stated in an earlier post, I have sold all my more generic Alva diapers and used that money (plus more than I would like to admit, let alone count) to buy SO MANY of the better, prettier, more expensive diapers.
Now I am not saying Alva, or any of those cheaper diapers don’t work. They do, I promise. But there is a noticeable difference. For one, the price, but you can so easily get the diapers that usually cost $20 or more each for half price or less, but I will get into that later.