So after (too) much research and angst, I have ordered a "stash" of cloth nappies. I'm still second guessing myself, and I ended up spending so much money I think because I ordered lots of separate things. Now I'm worried about that fact that baby will probably grow out of most of these within 4 months, and then I'll need to buy even more! I wanted to be super prepared, and not have to worry about getting anything else for a long time which is why I ordered the different sizes.
I know I can sell nappies, but I had hoped to hang on to them for a second child.
I am wondering if I made the right choice with regards to sizing...
Anyway, any thoughts, feedback, reassurances, advice would be welcome!
15x newborn fitteds (GMD workhorse from the States, fits birth to 11 or 12 pounds)
3x thirsties duo 1 covers
6x newborn thirsties AIOs
2x Sustainablebabyish Happy Little Clouds (I'm thinking for overnights, and that they will fit at least as long as the small fitteds do)
13x "small" fitteds (fits 9 to 15 pounds)
1x flip cover
2x thirsties duo 2 covers
6x one size thirsties AIOs
2x Grovia hybrid shells with 4x stay dry inserts.
So, really only 8 "one size" options! I think really I should have skipped the small and gone from newborn to mediums... but I bought the smalls first thinking I could skip the newborns...then changed my mind... argh.
So much angst.