Hi! The gist: Second son is 8.5 months old, and we're ready to do cloth now. First son had disposables, but with EC, he potty-trained at 2. He's now in Pull-Ups at night.
(I'd also like a cloth solution for those, please. Have looked at Loveybums training pants.) Thoughts?
Anyhoo, back on target. Ready to put 8.5 month son in cloth. He weighs 16.5 lbs, which tends to be size Medium.
NATURAL fibers (prefer no fleece, synthetics, etc.)
No pockets (and I do NOT even remember why, but I did have a reason...
I prefer to do (I think) a fitted dipe (not a prefold, though, for starters) with a variety of wraps. Maybe Growing Greens? Are there other good ones? For covers, I think I'm leaning towards wool, I think, and Loveybums look nice. Though synthetic, I figured to try out a few Bummis wraps for versatility, and I'd been looking at the all-cotton Sposo-Easy from GMD for an easy change.
I prefer a trimmer fit, so I'm not sure if the one-size will feel too bulky? I'd planned to try a few maybe (GMD has Snug to Fit Supreme on sale).
Based on my preferences, how can I keep this simple? In other words, I'd rather not have one of every kind of diaper, but rather, quickly streamline down to one type of fitted, one or two types of cover, one AIO, etc.
Please give me your thoughts. Really wanting CD to work for us, so I'm trying to puzzle through all of the options and make good decisions from the get-go. Thanks!