My son is eight weeks old, and we've been using the Kissaluvs size 0 with a variety of covers. I should actually say we had been using them, because I've gotten so frustrated in the past few days that I've gone back to disposables. The Kissaluvs were great at first, but lately, he's been leaking through them every.single.time. Which also means that every single time I change his diaper (which I try to do really often, in the futile hope that I can get there before a leak starts), I have to change his clothes. Ugh.
He is probably about thirteen pounds at this point. Could he have outgrown them already? They're so bulky on him already, that I haven't wanted to add an extra liner.
My second question is more looking ahead - obviously he won't be starting solids for a while, but I'm already wondering if that will eventually be too much for me to handle with CDs. We live in a two-floor house, but there is no bathroom on the first floor. We spend most of our day downstairs right now, and I really am having trouble seeing myself changing him, carrying him and the dirty diaper upstairs, disposing of the contents of the diaper in the bathroom, and then coming back down to continue our day. House layout seems like such a weird thing to be influencing my decision, but realistically, it sounds like an annoying process. Any tips? Does anyone else make CDing work without a bathroom right near the changing area?
Edited by scotia - 12/13/10 at 11:21am