I am curious too. I've contemplated cloth with each one, but worry about convenience. For at home, a friend of mine has a diaper bidet, which I guess attaches to your toilet and sprays kinda like a sink pullout faucet. She said it was a lifesaver.
Gerber sells cloth diapers very cheeply. Its the bumpers that are a little more spendy. I am going to give it a shot with my first. It was overwhelming.There are so many options. My mom and I took a weekend to sort Iit all out. We landed on sewing our own water proof covers and we fold the cloth diaper and tuck it in pockets in the cover. This way we dont have to use pins. Also you may want to consider cloth diaper service. Its cheaper than disposable..
Walmart and joanne fabric sells the supplies and patterns.. but like I said there are so many ways to go.
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