You may have looked at cloth diapering before and decided that you just couldn't do it. Maybe you thought it would be too much work with all the special care they require (not!) but you probably just saw some figures estimating what a diaper stash would cost you, which usually looks something like $350 or more for a decent amount of diapers. Yes, they will pay for themselves over disposables, but a lot of us just don't have the funds to make an initial investment like that.
Recently, I read a statistic on Green Mountain Diapers that said the average income of families who cloth diaper is over $95,000 a year! (I'll be darned if we fall anyway near into that income bracket. Try around $15,000 a year.)
So why is this? Unfortunately, it's people with higher education and more money that have the information and resources to commit to a decision like cloth diapering.
For those of you out there like us, I want to outline how to get cloth diapers for cheap, how to use and care for them easily, how to sell or swap ones that just don't work well for you, and more. It doesn't have to cost hundreds of dollars!
NOTE: This is a LONG post! But it's important! If you need to save money and you have babies/will have babies, you need to read this. It's free to read!