that is what i gave cloth diapers. i even installed a sprayer/bidet on our toilet
because i thought that would make it less disgusting. i was wrong.
i bought 10 cloth diapers with the goal to use a hybrid of cloth and disposable
diapers - only using the cloth at home. i know a few who use them and really
like them, so i picked their brains, did some research, and bought a few
to start out. just to see if it was something we would actually be willing to do
before making a large investment. i took the plunge when richard went out of
town for work, and after two full days of cd's i came to the realization that no,
i'm actually not willing to do them. bidet or no, i just won't do it. i'd rather
add to the landfill than deal with spraying runny, mustard-colored turds into
the john every other minute. not to mention the leaking. woof.
what it boils down to is that we've got a few cloth diapers in case of an
emergency. but i can't think of an emergency that would be better solved
by using them than just making a quick trip to the store.
this was the first cloth diaper we used, and by the look on his face i think
he knew it was a joke. by the look of the diaper, and my gag reflex,
i should've known, too.