One of the fun things about having littles in the house again is getting to use cloth diapers.
Yes, getting to.
There's something special about opening the dryer to a load of clean, dry diapers. It's such a fleeting time, the mess of changing diapers really doesn't bother me much. Besides, diapers are so much easier than having a preschooler who is dead set on christening every public restroom you encounter, knowing that uttering the magic words, "I haffa go potty," will instantly get them your undivided attention.
I thought being that they're clean, I would share my stash with you.
Most of these are SOS dipes that were given to me by a dear friend for Hannah.
The dot one down front, and another girl print one like it (in use), came from a trade.
The row on the left are ones I made from the PooPockets pattern. Interestingly enough, I met the mama behind (no pun intended) the PooPockets pattern when we were in China this last time. She was bringing home her 4th little girl.
I also made the Panda diaper (Cuddlebuns pattern, maybe?). Hannah had a dress that matched it.
The above photo represents my fitted diapers, which is what I use the most.
Not shown are 2 Fuzzi Bunz (pocket style diapers) and half a dozen toddler prefolds (which I bought when I had 3 Safe Families toddlers in diapers).
And here's our cover collection.
Not shown above are another Thirsties in solid pink, and the other Mother-ease Air Flow cover, which is on Luke, below.
The top center cover is a Stacinator So Simple, which was my favorite cover of all time with Jack. Unfortunately, neither thunder-thighed Luke, nor cast-wearing Katie can wear it right now! Luke also doesn't fit in the white Bummi snap cover in the top right.
I don't reach for the mint (Bumgenius) or pink ones down front unless that's all that's left. I am not crazy about stuffing pocket diapers.
Luke says, "Good for the environment, better at containing horrific blow out poop, AND more comfortable! Cloth is great!"