Okay, maybe that's an over-exaggeration. Probably not the whole world, but definitely my daughter's entire wardrobe. Let me explain. Apparently I have been out of the paper diaper loop long enough that they snuck in these perfect little invisible shoots that cause my daughter's poo to squirt straight up the back of the diaper and all over her clothes. Every. single. time. Today I rolled her over and there was the biggest stain of breastmilk poo all over everything. I started getting her undressed and fully expected to see the most over-flowed diaper ever in the history of anything. Nope, all there was was the tiny little remnant of the poo that ran straight out the back of her diaper. Staining a onesie, a long sleeved shirt, a pair of pants, a sweater and a blanket. But not the diaper! Nope. I literally could have reused the stupid thing if I wasn't so angry about it.
I am going to buy some bigger prefolds and try the cloth diapers full time again. Her rash seems to be almost cleared, but I also haven't done that great at eliminating the vitamin C or dairy, yet, so that may still have something to do with it. I also have shelved the Fuzzi Bunz for the past week or so, so it very well may be that my very sensitive daughter can't stand crapping in to $20 a piece diapers. Grrrr.
It's funny, because I hear so many people complain that they don't like cloth diapers because they leak so much. I am totally the opposite. I have had more leaks in the last week with Seventh Generation diapers than I have total in the cloth diapering history of both of my daughters, thanks to the secret poop shoot!