Power to you! I have 2 boys - now 3 1/2 and 2 (who are thankfully both potty trained!!
and we had both in dipes for awhile. Both have been exclusively cloth diapered (other than some travel occasions
and it was SO easy and SO worth it (financially, environmentally, etc).
Let me start by saying that we have about 100 cloth diapers. I kept a "stash" (neatly laid out some days, in a big pile other days!
in the living room and a few dipes in a few other rooms we were consistently in (e.g., bedroom, bathroom). The "pail" (it is a cleaned out 5 gallon kitty litter bucket that our neighbor didn't need
is in the laundry room (which for us is on the main level ... if not, the bathroom would likely work also!). We never had a "changing" table - I found that the floor worked very well as that was likely where the boys were anyway (as was I!!).
So, when both boys were in dipes, I washed about every other day - but it really was not that difficult - just dump the pail in the washer, let it run, then throw them all in the dryer (except the covers). What I did was get the dirty dipe (wet or pooey) off my son, set it aside, put clean dipe on him then put the dirty dipe in the pail (I did like to rinse poo, but many don't when baby is exclusively breastfed). Very simple.
Yes, there were days that I felt like all I did was change diapers....but I am guessing I would have felt like that even with disposables!
Oh, and while three in dipes (regardless of method) will be *fun*
I would guess that cloth (in the long run) will be money saving
(more "up front" cost, but ours have paid for themselves long ago!...(and I plan to cut them up and make me some cloth pads to try...so then it is even more money saving!!!))
Words of wisdom...have enough cloth diapers that you don't have to wash every day... every other will likely be neccessary anyway just to keep the dipes from getting smelly