Before Adeline arrived we planned on using the more natural brands of disposable diapers, as Tim and I both have very sensitive skin and we anticipated Addie would, too. At first we tried Seventh Generation, then Earth's Best and now Naty. All of these are free of dyes, perfumes, chlorine etc. Then, one of our friends mentioned she was going to cloth diaper her baby in order to save money. We looked into the pricing of disposable diapers vs. cloth diapering and were astounded by the savings of cloth diapering. We decided to purchase a set of Bum Genius organic diapers. We've only used them for one week, but are pleased thus far. Her diaper rash disappeared once we started using these diapers, and although it's much more work intensive (as far as cleaning and drying) I think it will be a nice option. The good and bad thing about these diapers are that they can be worn from newborn to age three and for multiple children--clearly a money saver--but they're quite bulky on her now, making her look like a little oompa loompa. So when we go out in public or are traveling we'll stick to the natural disposable diapers.