I figure it would be a sell to use their diapering service. They do have some things I would want to get at their store so I don't mind them trying to sell me.
I will be using tiny tots for diaper service. :-) But their store isn't that close to me. Maybe it would be worth driving down for the class - I feel somewhat clueless. When are you taking yours? I'd love to hear if it is worth the drive or not.
Mama to my veggie girl (1/09) and my sweet rainbow baby (9/12).
I like to have some of everything!
I'll be diapering 2, Eva and new baby, so I have a tonne. Too much!
1 doz infant prefolds.
2 doz kushies fitteds.
A few small wool soakers.
6 regular prefolds
3 doz premium pf's
1.5 doz goodmama onesize fitteds.
Tons of med/large wool soakers and longies....
a few small, a few med, a large or two waterproof covers; kushies, bummis
a couple odds and ends- bamboo velour prefolds, random dipes
oh, and 3 haute pockets- one size
2 bummi's whisper wraps
1 thirsties cover
4 dappi nylon pants
1 BG 3.0
5 Kushies AIOs
and I just got some in the mail for baby
12 preemie prefolds
12 infant prefolds
2 newborn prowraps
1 thirsties cover
2 BG 2.0s
5 Kushies AIOs for 16lbs and up
military wife to Eric, mommy to Ani 11/06 and Emi 2/09 and our angels 12/10, and 2/12 and our newest addition Izzy 4/13
They are a mixture of fitted, AIO's, pockets etc... Looks like all I need to pick up newborn wise is some covers and maybe a dozen prefolds. So I can spend my money on the next size up.
I'm very excited to do my cloth diapering class! As much as I just want to focus on the cuteness aspect, I want to be sure I know how to put the prefolds on!
Can you try pretending you need to buy a box of sposies and wipes and taking the money out and putting it in a jar every 2 weeks until babe comes? You would have enough money by the time babe arrives for prefolds and covers. Then just keep doing that and to get the next size or some AIOs or whatever you want. Another option is just get the prefolds and knit or crochet your covers or make the dipes out of recycled tee shirts and the covers out of recycled sweaters. There is a really good site on frugal diapering check out the diapering forum. You can do it and for much cheaper than sposies.
Maman to Mlle. C born 2/22/09, Due with #2 at the end of May 2013