I must say, the more research I'm doing on cloth diapering, the more of a no brainer it is! As much poop as I dealt with with my now 4-year old when he was in disposables, I cannot believe all the money I wasted...not to mention that whole environmental footprint thingie ;-)
Anyway, that being said...if my memory serves me well, we dealt with a number of poop explosions from our son with the disposables, especially as an infant solely on breast milk. We called them back-scratchers. Bringing me to my questions (several in a long line of questions I've been posing in this forum):
1.) How have you cloth-diaperers dealt with poop explosions?
2.) Especially poop explosions on the go?
3.) Do you think cloth diapers eliminate said explosions from exploding quite so...explosively?
4.) Especially explosions in pre-folds held together with snappies?
5.) Could you please walk me through your system of cloth diapering on the go? By this I mean, you're at a restaurant or other public family outing...baby poops...you change him/her with or without the aid of a changing table...where do you put the dirty diaper? How do you store it? What do you do with the poop? Do you substitute a disposable in this case?
Thanks again! So many questions...but lots of enlightening answers.