I've done some cloth diapering on all my kids, but I always give up because I have no "system" for doing it that works for me. With disposables, I use a garbage bag in the living room & just toss them in it after changing the kids on the floor. With cloth, I have no where to put the dirty ones nearby that doesn't end up stinking us out long before washing them.
I'm lazy, especially after just having a baby, and I tend to PPD, so anything "extra" is enough to push me over the edge. So when I was trying to do cloth with ds3, I'd sit on the floor to change him, then I'd have to get up, leave him with someone watching him (which always caused him to have a major freak out), go downstairs to put the wet ones in the (very crappy bag I need to replace) on the top stair to the basement (which bag needed to be moved out of the way every time someone needed to go in the basement)& take dirty ones to the bathroom to shake them off/rinse them (once he got older), then try to get them to the bag without dripping on the floor. It was just such a pain in the butt compared to disposables that I quit. I'd really like to try to stick with it this time, but I need a plan & I can't seem to come up with one.
The only thing that just sprang to mind is using a plastic bag next to me for wet ones & tossing it in the basement when it gets stinky/full. That doesn't help with dirty ones, though.