"D" is for diapers that baby wears. It just wouldn't be right not to cover-off a conversation on diapers, seeing how we engaged in Watercooler conversations surrounding motherhood and babysitting. I've always seen this age-old argument/debate as being one where no side ever really wins, but it's always interesting to hear why mothers choose what they choose in the way of diapers, and why. - Did you use cloth or disposable diapers? - What was the reason behind your decision to use one over the other? - If you used disposable diapers, how did you find the ongoing expense of buying diapers, and did it effect your overall household budget? - If you used disposable diapers, what brand did you use? - If you used cloth diapers, were they the old-fashioned variety that required safety pins, or did you use modern Velcro-closing cloth diapers? - If you used cloth diapers, did you launder them at home and line-dry? - How old were you the first time you changed a diaper, and was it cloth or disposable? - If you grew up with baby siblings, what kind of diapers did they wear? - Regarding what type of diapers you used, was there anything you didn't like about using them (Pros/Cons)? - Were you restricted from using one type of diaper over the other? i.e. no washing machine to launder cloth diapers, no money to buy disposables, etc. - If you were raising children again today, would you rely on the same diapers you used in the past, or would you switch-over and try something new? - When was the last time you changed a diaper?