This is a REALLY late follow up post in the now vintage series of Eat, Live, Run cloth diapering. Hah! What’s really funny is that the three posts I wrote almost four years ago now are still some of the top posts on this site. So..I guess some of you out there hold some sort of interest in cloth diapering. In case you don’t know what I’m talking about, a very long time ago I wrote the original post Introduction to Cloth Diapering. This was followed up by Cloth Diapering a Newborn and Cloth Diapering an Infant.
I cloth diapered my first son, Grayson, for 15 months. We eventually switched to disposables because of constant rash issues I couldn’t figure out. Grayson has extremely sensitive skin and it just seemed like it was always something. Cloth diapering him was incredibly easy for the first year but after that, things started to unravel. When I had Luke a year later, I didn’t cloth diaper at all. To be honest, I didn’t even think about it. I think I was so overwhelmed at the time with life in general (hello newborn and two year old!) that I just happily took all the disposables and never thought twice. Really, it never crossed my mind.