I'm wondering if anyone knows of an eco-friendly, or friendlier disposable diaper that will work in the very early days. So, something very small, with a cut out for the umbilicus.
I plan to cloth diaper as soon as we get our first breast milk poop, but I don't want to risk ruining the cloth diapers with meconium, and I don't see myself looking up tricks to get it out of cloth so early post partum.
With my son I bought a package of 7th Generation newborn diapers for meconium and was shocked when they were super big and had no umbilical cut out. My midwife said I should buy a pack of Pampers Swaddlers - that they were the best for tiny babies. I did this, in 2008, but am hoping there's something else out there now. Any ideas?