Very odd today. My sister and I, being 70s babies, were in terries and plastic pants - weren't really other options at the time. Since then, my cousins have produced a multitude of children between them (17 I think - I have lots of cousins) now aged between a few months and 23 years, and obviously various other people we know have had babies. I'd always got the impression that my mother was broadly in favour of terries / cloth nappies, although disposables are a useful option for days out etc.
But today I mentioned cloth nappies and showed her a couple of the ones I've been buying (must stop, but that's another post), and she didn't seem at all interested, mentioned that (flawed) study that found they had equal impact with disposables and seemed surprised I wasn't going to use disposables.
Anyone else experienced anything similar?
I'll go ahead of course, and maybe she'll come round when she sees some of the prettier ones.