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Thursday, November 12, 2009

i see now how cloth diapers could get addicting. there are so many cute ones out there. like the ones above, which i’d love. they’re an adorable set, even if they’re newborn-sized. i bet they’d be something worth keeping for more than one baby, especially since i consider these particular diapers gender-neutral. oh, the argyle is painfully cute!

throw in an orange onesie and some cute matching babylegs … and that’s a take-home outfit if i ever did see one …

i’ve finally started stalking used cloth diaper sales here to begin our collection. there’s some good deals, and i don’t have a problem with someone else’s diapers if they’re clean—if i can shop at goodwill for clothes, then i can reuse someone’s cloth diapers. especially since they were meant to be reused from the beginning. it does sound a little strange, but i’m going to be picky about wear and stains (especially since good snapping and excellent elastic make all the difference in containing that poop!).

i’ve finished my list of what i’d like to start out with for a newborn and infant, so i’m pretty excited to hunt down some deals and possibly cross some stuff off of my registry. i have a feeling that relatives will be a bit wary of buying us cloth diapers (some of them, anyway) … just a little feeling.

11-12 this day required chili

11-12 this day required chili

the weather is dreary today and it required chili. by required, i mean, totally required. i even packed leftover cornbread from home in preparation for a run to the gas station for a small cup of the stuff. that gas station deli up the street made all the crazy web work i have to do totally an easier task. thanks, ladies!

speaking of work, i need to get back to it. i have so much to do before tomorrow afternoon. wow.

  1. homebird2 permalink
    Thursday, November 12, 2009 4:15 pm

    The argyle diaper cover is ADORABLE. I love argyle. 🙂

    • Thursday, November 12, 2009 4:24 pm

      It’s actually a fitted diaper. No additional equipment needed (other than a cover when out of the house). 🙂

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