What REALLY worked? - Page 2
congrats! it does get lots easier. I do have a couple of suggestions. turn your clock so you can't see what time it is from the bed. clock watching through the middle of the night makes you feel more tired. practice nursing laying down during the day when you're not tired, it does get a lot easier once baby has head control, but it's possible to get down earlier if you work at it.
I didn't cloth diaper my DD until she was 9 months old, and then only did part-time at first. and she's still in a disposable at night and for some outings. I started ECing with her part-time at 12 months, she still goes in the potty less than half the time, and never when not at home (she's scared of the big potty)
this time I was planning on just using one pack of disposables and starting EC right away. well, he doesn't poop at night, so he's wearing a disposable at night, and also on some outings. I haven't even introduced a cueing sound for EC yet and he's 3.5 weeks. my goal with that is to introduce a cueing sound ASAP (he does go during diaper changes) and start trying to make one catch a day starting at 6 weeks (when breastfeeding usually starts to get much easier).