-Alice, SAHM to dd (2001) and ds (2004) each of whom was a , who each self-weaned at 4.5 years , who both 'd, who were both, and both: . Also, , and !
Sustainer pretty much covered it all pretty well. I also give big thumbs up for organic cotton. You may also want to try posting on the main diapering forum. One Canadian diaper company I know of is www.jamtots.com I know there are a ton more, but I can't think of them.
They seem very comfortable. Stay dry fleece on the inside and PUL on the outside. They really perform at night. I love them. They are brand new on the market. Worth looking into if you are wanting to start cd-ing. They are just sooo easy. Like Fuzzi Bunz with the convenience of one size. Hope this helps.
living in Canada and Costa Rica and slowly exploring the world
They are fairly inexpensive, have great package deals (including a very reasonably priced starter/sample pkg) & you won't have to pay exchange or duty. (The cost of shipping from them is really chaep, too)
They carry a one-sized diaper, so you wouldn't have to buy more than one size. They now carry organic cotton diapers too.
Mama of 2 boys, 5 girls.
*mama to c 2/2000, v 2/2004, p 9/2006, and h 12/2012*
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