For the next week I am trading in my 12 pocket diapers, 1 AI2, and 1 fitted:
(two pockets not pictured)
For 12 flats, 4 PUL covers, 1 wool cover, and 2 boingos
(one flat, and one cover not pictures)
Why am I trading them?
This challenge lasts one week. It started this morning at the first diaper change. and will last until the last diaper change Sunday, May 26th.
Why did I decide to do this?
I chose to take the challenge, to learn. There are a few things I can learn from this challenge.
1- How to use another style of cloth diapers. All I have used, are pockets, and one fitted pocket.
2- It's a great way to cloth diaper, if we go camping, or need to stay someplace we don't have access to a washer.
3- How to make cloth diapers using everyday items.
4- The many different ways to fold a flat diaper.
Also, we hope to one day live in Haiti, and I would like to have this experience, should I need it there.
I first found this challenge before I had Arrow. I was pregnant, and considered cloth briefly, then decided against it. When Arrow was about 5 months old I started to feeling like cloth was something that God wanted me to do. I still didn't want to. So I started doing a lot of research. I spent hours on the computer. Every time Arrow was napping, I searched for blogs and websites, anything about cloth diapers. The more I researched the more I wanted my baby in cloth. So I took the step, and bought 14 diapers.
About three weeks ago I stumbled across the challenge again, and decided to take it!
So whether you eat or drink, or whatever you do, do it all for the glory of God.
1 Corinthians 10:31