Cloth Diaper Snob

I’ve joked many times on my blog and Facebook about overhauling my CD stash. My stash is kind of like a revolving door. I find one brand I like and we use them for a while, then I’m introduced to something else that I like even better, and I’m desperately trying to sell what I have to fund something new. (One of the benefits of using cloth – the option for resale!!)

When I first started looking into CDing, it was about cost savings. (As it probably is for most people.) What can I get for cheap that will justify doing this? So I bought a lot of the secondhand items, and “cheaper” brands, but now…

I think I’m becoming a Cloth Diaper SNOB!

I don’t mean to say that I’m one of those “Cloth diapers are REAL diapers…why would you put trash on your baby’s butt?!” ladies, because it’s a known fact that I use disposables on occasion.

But, cloth diapering is not about saving money anymore…it’s a HOBBY! I may have a small obsession with hybrid fitteds, and I am collecting them like you would “collect all 4” toys in a cereal box! (I’m supporting work-at-home moms and American made products, though! That’s good, right?!)

So, how big IS my stash now? It’s probably not that crazy, because I am pretty good about selling what we’re not using anymore…but here’s what it looks like.  I currently have 10 hybrid fitteds (2 not pictured),  9 AIO/AI2s, 4 pockets, and 10 covers.  (With more on the way…oops!)

I think it’s safe to say that it no longer fits in a laundry basket…lol

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