The more parenting that I have under my belt, the more I learn what works and doesn't work for me.
Cloth diapers work for me. I first started using cloth when Bunny was only a couple of weeks old. It was my Earth Day resolution to use mostly cloth. After trying many different types and brands, I settled on pocket diapers from Heartland Dreams. Mama bought several of them for me and my sister Meagan. These same diapers are now being used for the 4th time in a row, on Squirrely. We have built our stock, adding in new ones every now and then. We ended up with a few of Heartland Dream all in twos, and we realized the ease of not having to stuff diapers. I had intended to start buying more, but alas, Heartland Drams is not currently taking new orders.
After wallowing in despair for some time, I set out to solve the problem myself.
I bought snap pliers and got to work.
I picked out one of my less favorite prints in case I ruined the diaper in my endeavors.
I put a snap on the back of the diaper.
Then added a snap on one of the prefolds that I had been using as an insert.
I stitched the other end to keep it from sticking our the sides of the diaper.
I snapped it into place.
And tucked the other end into the pocket flap to make changing quick and easy.
Ta da! All in two!
I plan on doing this with the rest of my diapers as well.