A few years ago I read an article about making the switch to cloth without a big outlay of cash. Basically the plan was buy 1 diaper, use it once each day, therefore saving x disposables, enabling the purchase of another CD w/ savings on disposables, etc.
Due to a hard drive crash, I've since lost my bookmarks, but I have a friend who could really benefit from that article. Anyone know what I'm talking about?
That sounds soooo familiar, but I can't quite put my finger on what the blog may have been. This post (from the owner of a cloth diaper store) has a similar theme to it, though:
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