Seriously though, we thought we'd give it a try to see if we can save some money. Because, lets face it the USAF doesn't exactly have us rolling in the dough at the moment. I have two great friends who cloth diaper their girls, and they've told me all about cloth diapering and how it works. When Nathan first suggested we cloth diaper my first thought was "Sure! You can say that because you won't be the one changing a majority of the diapers or doing the diaper laundry!", which immediately caused me to flashback to my Mother cleaning my little brothers cloth diapers. The memory was tainted with the smell of cleaning solution, and the image of my mom scrubbing diapers out (we lived on an Army post and the housing did not come with a washer and dryer.....so you can imagine how fun cleaning those diapers had to have been) made me immediately say "Uhm....no. No cloth diapers".
After talking to my friends, seeing their diapers and how they worked, and watching a few YouTube tutorials, I realized that cloth diapering is not what it used to be. There is a huge selection available now, and you can even get designer diapers for your baby's little toosh. There's FuzziBunz, Bumgenius, Bummis, Flip, Happy Hienys, GroVia, etc. Some of the patterns are so cute, it's a shame that someone is going to poop on them. So, now I get to start building a stash of diapers. We've decided to wait to get most of them until we find out of Baby Gray #2 is a girl or a boy so that we can get some of the really cute patterned diapers. Because if I am going to be cleaning these things all of the time, I at least want something cute to look at.