I need to save as much money as possible. I need the cheapest meathod available.
Cost is a factor, but I'd be willing to pay more if it would help with diaper rash.
Cost is not too much of a factor.
I just want to cloth diaper, cost doesn't matter. Versatility and ease is far more important than cost when I get cloth diapers.
Not at all. They'll use any style I choose.
A little, I'd like to make it easier for them to use.
I need it to be as easy as possible.
Yes, but let's try to keep my costs down.
Yes, let's make it seem almost exactly like disposables.
I'm not going to be doing daycare.
Control over adjusting how much the diaper absorbs
The ability to switch between disposables and cloth easily
A new time-consuming hobby that saves me the most money.
I will never do that.
It wouldn't bother me.
Often, I'd like a diapering system that will suit this need.
Not too much, it's not really a concern.
Who has the money to do ANYTHING? I'm completely broke, and am overwhelmed at just purchasing cloth diapers starter packs.
I plan to have more children and am hoping to reuse the same diapers.
I'm really not concerned about cost.
One set would be excellent!
I'd rather have different sizes, but keep the cost down.
I'd like different sizes, but cost is not an issue.
Diaper rash is not a worry.
I want a system that was designed to eliminate diaper rash!