…of paper diapers because she only wears cloth diapers made of breathable, ethically-sourced cotton. Make sure to talk a lot about the sky-scraper-sized poo-piles of non-biodegradable disposable diapers that are burning a hole in the ozone layer faster than a newborn can soil a fresh burp cloth.
My sister’s first child had cloth diapers. A diaper service made regular pickups. And It Was Good.
Well, unless travel was involved. Traveling with an increasingly heavy (and stinky) used-diaper bag turned out to be *really* inconvenient. So… disposables for travel.
And busy weeks. It was just faster.
Holy crap, did you SEE the bill from the stupid diaper service?
And so my nephew, born two years after his sister, so far as I knew never experienced a cloth diaper.