Okay, our family is taking a significantly greener (crazier?) step. I just bought a truckload, okay boxful, of cloth diapers and even reusable wipes that you just toss in with your diaper laundry load. It was an investment, but I think it should save us major moola, particularly with one on the way; right now it should pay for itself in about five/six months of diapering. Not too bad, and baby, these things have IMPROVED since the swishing-it-in-the-toilet and gross-wet-pail-that a-kid-can/does-fall-in (ask my sister Keri about this one--Sunday dress and all!) days.
It's also nice not throwing plastic and poop in a landfill, the latter of which, I found out, is illegal! No way. John wants to know, who has that job? "Excuse me, ma'am, poo police."
Here are the ones we got, after much research and a lot of help from friends (thanks, ladies!). Someone actually gifted us the money for the initial investment! These diapers fit Will (for nighttime; thank you, Lord, that he's potty trained) AND Corinne, a 20-lb.+ difference, so they really are one size fits all! They feel super-soft (even snuggly!); they're cute; and you take 'em off, dump any stuff out and put 'em in a dry pail until you wash at night, and that's about it. They're not too different from disposables! They come with a smaller extra insert for nighttime or for use with newborns, and so far they've held through the night with both kids. I will let you know if this little venture is successful. Trust me. I do not mess around with diapers. Well, any more than I need to.
If you want more info, I'll let you know, but I'll spare the details for the rest of you. :)