First of all is Liam's bum not the cutest little thing? I mean look at that green bum!!! I digress.
Here is the new system:
I'm using g-diapers.
First of all, I bought a starter kit which came with 2 g-pants (cloth) and flush-able inserts for $25. (I also had a $5 coupon and free shipping). It is a good way to start off and see if you even like the system, because if you don't it's not like you wasted tons of moola on it.
The g-pant has a snap-in liner which you place the flush-able in. Now here is where I'm saving the green (while being green)... when at home, I'm using cloth inserts. I found cloth inserts to fit the g-diapers and so when Liam needs a change at home I use the cloth inserts and clean the soiled one right away. No stinky buckets!
For trips outside of the house, I bring the flush-able liners, which are also biodegradable if you throw them away which I do if I'm somewhere and the toilet system looks a bit iffy.
I've signed up to recieve a case of the flush-ables every three months which should be enough for my needs. The cost of the case(128 flushables) where I ordered it from is $48. and free shipping. So roughly, $16.00 a month for my diapering system.
So far, so good. Everything is going on how I planned it. GOLDEN! I've learned how to use the g's so that we have no leaks, and the cloth/flush-able system is working well for me thus far. We are taking a trip next weekend, so I will see how it works while traveling.
Never say Never. How true is that little phrase?
So true for me. I NEVER thought I would do anything but disposables, I didn't think I could commit to anything else and lets face it, I'm just plain lazy a lot of the time.
So, even though I say I will NEVER be pregnant again, I suppose I should never say never...
I'm not pregnant.
Sheesh...a little too fresh in my mind still people! I'm not that crazy!