use cloth. I raised four on plain cloth diapers, with pins and ripstop waterproof pants.
While I understand that and I can still afford disposable, the point of the post was that we see the economy tanking every day. The next time your at the store take a look at the ice-cream. A half-gallon is no longer a half-gallon. Check out the one pound container of coffee and then squint at the weight- it’s only 12 ounces now. Its the same with the Cream of Wheat my kids eat each morning. Take a bathroom break and check out how wide your roll of toilet paper is compared to the width of the toilet paper holder. The tp used to stretch end to end. Now it’s more costly for less product. I have a huge garden and can and freeze as much as I can. The cost of canning jars has skyrocketed because more people are getting back to that.
plain cloth diapers...”
And once the baby is out of diapers, they make the best dust cloths ever.
I used cloth diapers too, couldn’t get my daughters to use them for the grandkids though. The price of the cloth diapers is out of sight too but at least you don’t have to keep buying them every week.