Thanks, all, for the replies!
I just had to share how excited I am right now! I've been visiting Craigslist daily to find people selling secondhand cloth diapers in my area so I can add more of a variety to my stash with little funds. It's been slow-going lately and not many people have been posting ads for CD's nor ones I'm interested in. But I hit the jackpot today! I'm so glad I looked when I did. I emailed this woman right away and thankfully I was the first person to email her and get first dibs because she said that she received a ton of emails after that! As silly as it sounds, it feels like it was meant to be. Almost all of the items she had listed were exactly the items I've been wanting to add to my stash! I'm getting the same brand wet/dry diaper bags I've been looking at, and she even had the Imse Vimse flushable diaper liners that jbk21 suggested on here and I was going to buy. The best part is that the woman only used some of the items once and others not at all, so it's literally brand new diapers for ridiculously low prices. GMD prefolds, bumGenius pocket diapers (one OS, one AIO I'm eager to try), more Thirsties duo wraps in prints and colors I don't have, a few Flips w/ inserts, and doublers that will really come in handy. Some of the items, never been used, are half off. I'm saving around $135!!! The only reason she is selling everything is because she had a lot on her plate when her daughter was born and ended up not having the time to dedicate to CDing like she wanted, and now she just needs the money and doesn't plan on having more children quite yet.
So I'm happy as a clam. I'm picking everything up tomorrow! I already have my other cloth diapers on display on the changing table in our nursery. LOL. I just think they're so cute, I like looking at them.
On another note, I was wondering if anybody here uses Dreft? (NOT for cloth diapering, I'm just asking in general for baby clothes) I know a lot of people here use natural detergents and probably stay away from Dreft. I was just wondering if anyone has personally had allergies to it themselves, or if your children have? My mom bought me a bottle of it and I'm still on the fence about using it. I might give it away or donate it, especially since I bought Country Save and am liking that. My cousin was so sweet and mailed me a package of baby clothes today. They were saturated with detergent, though, because the fragrance on the clothes was so strong from the moment I opened the box. I had the box sitting several feet away from me for just 10 minutes and I started getting a headache, breathing heavier, and I've been sneezing with a runny nose and dripping eyes still 6 hours later. I don't know what kind of detergent that was, but it got me thinking that maybe even the little bit of fragrance that Dreft has could do that to me too -- and/or my baby. I suppose I shouldn't even risk it. I just put all of those baby clothes through 2 washes with washing soda and extra rinses to get out the smell. The first round in the wash barely touched it! But I think I got it all out now. Whew.