I am really shocked ... I figured all Amish would use old-school stuff, i.e. flats or prefolds and wool or homemade covers.
HoosierDiaperinMama, it seems so weird to me that you chatted with the Amish lady. We have a large Amish community in Kansas, and I see them frequently at Sam's Club and occasionally WalMart, but they would never EVER dream of talking to me about anything.
Maybe it's just the groups in my area, but they are VERY... what's the word? Not anti-social, but they definitely keep to themselves. They don't look around at other people in the store, they really don't smile at you if you smile at them, etc.
I think it's part of their culture that they see the outside world as having a negative influence (I'm probably not wording that right) and don't want to get involved with strangers.
Anyway, I thought it was interesting that you got to chat with one. I always wish they would talk to me - I would have a lot in common with some of them from a crunchy standpoint, I would think.