|gDiapers flushable diapers ($27 for two covers and ten inserts; gdiapers.com
||Seventh Generation chlorine-free diapers ($14.50 for 22 to 44; diapers.com
||Nature Babycare chlorine-free biodegradable diapers ($12 for 22 to 44; diapers.com
||FizziBunz cloth diapers ($12 for 22 to 44; fuzzibunz.com
||bumGenius one-size cloth diapers (($18 for one; cottonbabies.com
||Earth's Best TenderCare chlorine-free diapers ($13 for 34 to 42; babiesrus.com
|"Swishing and flushing two pieces separately in the toilet was time-consuming."
||"They were softer than other disposables, but not as wide, so we had some leaking."
||"We loved these, and feel like they're the best option for the environment while still being convenient."
||"We had some morning leakage at first, but I wrapped a burp cloth around the insert and the problem was solved."
||"They were pretty easy once you got the hang of the inserts. And diaper rash disappeared after just a few days!"
||"No poop leaks! By switching to these I might save money in laundry stain-fighters!"
|No. "Maybe if I had only one child and was a stay-at-home mom."
||Not yet. "I'm interested in trying out some other eco-friendly options first."
||During the day. "We found they weren't absorbent enough for nighttime."
||Yes. "I'm a convert. It's more work, but it's worth it for my baby and the environment."
||Yes. "The only exception may be when we travel."
||Definitely. "We loved them."