Cloth diapers that people make can be just as insanely adorable as those mega expensive brand name clothies. I will actually probably do a combination of fitteds (which will require separate covers) and all in ones (which the husband will most likely use the most). I mostly just want an excuse to knit up some cute little wool pants for Ben to wear as covers. I'm also putting a layer of bamboo velour to hug Ben's little butt. Maybe I will also make myself some panties out of the velour because it just sounds like it would feel nice.
This renewed desire can be 100% attributed to the Relief Society Pres. in my new ward. Apparently there are quite a few families in our ward that make and use cloth diapers. She also knits, crochets, sews, quilts, and shares my birthday. No wonder I like her so much. If you didn't know already, Chris and I both have kind of extreme social anxiety when it comes to groups of people. So church can be kind of a hard thing for us. My admission is this: we just finally worked up the courage to go to our new ward a couple of Sundays ago. Everyone has their own trials to deal with, right? I just happened to meet someone who shares this one with me. It's pretty easy to talk each other out of going to public social settings, but it's something we're working on. Well, with church. Everything else can just live without us. Anyway, I really like my new ward. They're super nice even though they probably mostly think we're inactive heathens, and they're probably afraid of offending us and turning us away from the church. How would they know that we actually do have testimonies, and we're just scared of people? Gosh, that just sounds so dumb to put out there. Dur, I'm askeered of people, yall. But it's true. I have been for a long time.
On a completely different subject, check out this video my husband sent me today.
I love a capella groups- especially when they vocalize instrumental sounds. I think it stems from family sing alongs in the car to "Witchy Woman" by the Eagles. The guitar makes a neeeeer, neeeeer, neer-neer neeer sound. If you listen to the song, you'll know what I mean.