gDiapers are a great way to start, especially if you have a child in daycare. Many daycares that won't deal with cloth diapers are happy to do gDiapers because you have the option to use a disposable, flushable liner so there's no scraping poop off cloth. Less laundry, too. Also, they're super cute. We have used the newborn ones for one of our foster babies, although we used homemade cloth liners instead of disposable ones, and they fit very slimly rather than giving her a bulky butt, which I liked a lot. I have friends who use the larger sizes as training pants for 4 and 5 year old foster and adopted children who wet the bed, as an eco-friendly and cost-effective alternative to pull-ups.
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