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After three months in disposables, Emersyn is now back in cloth, full time. I never imagined I would get sick of cloth, but I did - and I was SO tempted to just keep on using disposables... but one night I added up the cost of my three months buying disposables, and was ashamed.. there really is no other word for it *sigh*. All I could think of, was how many gorgeous diapers I could have bought for all that money I wasted on sposies!
I'm sorry I disappeared from here without a word, as well.. I was too embarrassed to come to this board, and felt like a fraud. Who would have thought a diaper choice would cause such emotional blah-ness? LOL.
I'm hoping Em will decide she's ready to potty train soon, and that we can be out of day diapers in the next few months, but until then I shall just enjoy the utter cuteness!
Hahaha. If you are a fraud, so am I. I need breaks here and there as well.
I am at my folks house right now, in the hurricane clean-up...and am using sposies even though I brought my cloth with me. I am just lazy at this juncture and am SO TIRED of scrubbing 4-8 poopy diapers A DAY in the toilet. No sprayer here. So yeah, I don't feel guilty. It's ten bucks (the sposies) and its worth my sanity at the moment. Don't feel bad for needing a break...very few choices in parenting are all-or-nothing. After my short stint in sposies, I will go back to cloth. No big deal. I still consider myself a hard-core cloth mama. A few days (or months) isn't the end of the world.
It is good to see you back. The board is rather quiet. We seem to be in a lull. But hopefully it will pick up soon.