I'm a FTM with a nearly five month old baby who doesn't sleep at night. (Why is there no 'knackered' emoticon?!)
My little man started life as a 5lb 14oz tiny little tiddler, but has grown into super chub, Sumo Baby extraordinaire, all on Mummy Milk. I don't have him weighed but he must be somewhere between 18 and 20 lb at 20 weeks, and he has been cloth bummed since birth. (So we have a lot of experience with nappies from teeny newborn to chubby heavy-wetter!)
He's going through the dreaded sleep regression, so I have far too much time to spend on the internet, and if I'm not careful, I spend ALL my money on nappies!
I was already a cloth addict before he even arrived. Cloth was supposed to be a money saving exercise, but the other day I counted and realised to my shock and horror that my (then four month old) baby had over 90 nappies! (Although, in my defense, that included some too small and some too big).
I've since tried to have a ruthless de-stash, and am attempting to sell anything that we have outgrown, doesn't work for us, or we simply don't reach for first. That included most AIOs as we find two-parters way more reliable. So I am trying to avoid the temptation of pretty AIOs and stick to my reliable two-part nappies (and maybe buy some more stunning wraps... uh oh!).
I've just bought a sewing maching (I used to be fairly handy with one, but it's been a while) and am importing some beautiful fabrics from abroad. I'm about to start creating my own stash, instead of buying nappies (if I can resist), but it will take me a while to remember my skills!