The cloth diapers have kind of been a constant struggle. Partly because of wrangling them around the hip harness, partly because of trying to fold them in such a way that they contain messes and figuring out how to get the covers to contain anything the diapers don't, partly because she has developed a habit of trying to hit a freshly pinned diaper. Hubby changes more diapers than me and I think he is burnt out on cloth after 2 episodes today where she went through at least 2 fresh diapers while on the changing table. We took her to church today and he left at the beginning of the sermon to change her, and resurfaced after at least 10 minutes with a long tale of repeated soiling of diapers. Then she needed to eat, so I missed about 90% of the rest of church. We did get to introduce her to everyone, though, and they were all enchanted by her. (of course they were, by then she was well-fed and back to sleeping like an angel!)
Last night she vomited tons for the 2nd night in a row. She hasn't acted in any way sick otherwise and her temperature was normal. Hubby is concerned that we may be overfeeding her. I'm pretty sure it's impossible to overfeed a breastfed baby, but I do think I don't necessarily need to jump on her hunger cues as zealously as I have been. I hate the idea of her going hungry, but if she makes a couple of gestures like she's hungry maybe I should wait a minute to see if she just zonks back out or if she continues to act hungry. I'm definitely done trying to wake her up to feed before dinner, though. We tried that the last 2 nights (the idea being that if we could get her to eat then I could eat without being interrupted) and it was hopeless. She will wake up and feed when she wants to, and even if I succeed in getting her to wake up, she won't eat if she's not in the mood, so it's pretty much a waste of time.
DTD... hmm, 2 wks post-partum and can't imagine it at this point. I have wanted to fool around with my husband and we have a little bit, but that particular part of my body feels mostly like a giant black hole with a sign on it reading "don't even think about it".
I can't nurse on my side either, much as I wish I could. You try it with a baby whose legs need to stay bent at the knees and splayed out to the side. Not so practical! :/ I'm hoping when she is better at holding her head up we can get better at nursing with her lying on top of me.