Saturday, June 20, 2009
To my great amusement, a few months ago I found myself contemplating looking into cloth diapers for our next kid. (I was quite determined against them when expecting Gareth, partly because I'd no idea how far they've evolved in recent years.) And, oddly enough, it wasn't because of the environmental impact or the cost of plastic diapers. It's simply that I'd grown tired of the act of purchasing diapers. I find myself dreading the end of each box and the ensuing trip to Sam's Club (oh, how I wish they'd build a Costco here!!!!) to buy more. The thing I don't like about cloth is the constant washing. So I'd actually given up on the idea, until I came across gDiapers. These diapers come with a flushable insert. How cool is that!? You can even toss wet ones in your compost! So, I'm once again contemplating plastic diaper alternatives. And hoping that Gareth is ready to potty-train sooner rather than later, so we get a diaper break for a while.