It wasn't until my last 3 kids that I decided to use disposable diapers...that means for the first 8 kids I was using cloth diapers and I don't mean the cool Velcro cloth diapers they have today...it was the 24"x24" square fold as you go cloth diapers that required:
life threatening safety pins
and plastic pants that would get crispy if dried in the dryer
...You know, the olden days, when dinosaurs roamed the earth!
This is how I would fold my diapers...(had to search for quite awhile to find a video)
(I know some of my Go Green friends are going to disown me now that they know I gave in to the convenience of disposable diapers...but hey! Enough is Enough...LOL)
Once I made the transformation to disposable diapers, I had to decide how to dispose of my disposable diapers....I was in a REVOLT situation and didn't even want the good ole faithful diaper pail hanging around!
I decided the outside dumpster was the place for my unwanteds...
It was my boys job to take the used diaper and dispose of it in the dumpster which was located in our garage.
My oldest son was about 11 years old and could turn any distasteful situation into FUN! He decided that whom ever had the job of disposing of the dirty diaper had 10 seconds to get it to the dumpster and get back in the house...if they didn't make it in time, then the DIRTY diaper would explode thus spreading it's contents all over the looser!
Happily, it worked and the boys would actually fight over who got to make the delivery....