It all started so innocently.
Wauwatosa mom, Hannah Gollwitzer, offered to lend me six cloth diapers for a fun blog piece along the lines of “A Day in the Life of Cloth Diapering."
I have always been equal parts intrigued and repelled by the concept of cloth diapering. Sure, it’s good for the environment, you save money, and you don’t have to empty the Diaper-Genie-turned-toxic-wasteland each week.
But what about the poop? What about the laundry? What about the learning curve? Ain’t nobody got time for that!
*Spoiler alert: One month later, I’m almost exclusively using cloth diapers.
Because the diapers were lent to me, ready to be used without me having to research or purchase them up front, I was able to see how easy it was to cloth diaper without investing my time and money.
It was just so easy. Snap ‘em on, and there I was, cloth diapering.