We’ve been cloth diapering for about a month now. I’ve learned a few things along the way. For starters, I know that if you blog at all, you must write a post about how you cloth diaper. The masses will read it and glean from your wisdom. That being said, there’s a lot of “wisdom” out there about the best way to cloth diaper. My weeks of research combined with about a month of personal experience has led me to the following conclusion: Each person who claims to love cloth diapering or refers to it as a hobby clearly has a petite little girl who barely tinkles or poops, not an oversized, wiggly, 9-month old boy with a jet stream in his pants. In our house, diaper changing isn’t a hobby; it’s a battlefield. I’ve also learned that since Gareth doesn’t have very much junk in his trunk (he gets that from his Mommy), a nice bulky cloth diaper helps keep his pants up. But why wear pants when you have on an adorable diaper cover? And the cute patterns are butts down the best part of cloth diapering.