|well most sighted people associate cds with old timey flat folds, plastic pants,, and sharp diaper pins. when they see the cds of today, it blows their minds. once when we were in our ped's office, a sighted woman turns to me and says, "those diapers are great aren't they? i use wahmys myself." so i smiled and said, yes i love using these diapers," she asked me if it was hard to use them and wash them since i haven't any sight. and i told her nope not at all. it is just a matter of getting used to how they go on verses the paper ones and throwing them into the washing machine which is right in the apartment itself, rather than a garbage can. it is much easier with the cloth because i do not get lost on the way back from the trash compacter if we were using paper diapers lol. of coarse, i can blame that on the 2 carpet cleaning trucks that were disorienting me with their noise. thank god i had my cell phone on me and my husband came to rescue me when i was not back to the apartment in 15 minutes. he found me wandering on the inner circle of the complex trying to find my way back to our building which is on the outer circle.
but i have a totally blind friend who used fuzzy buns on her daughter when she was a baby. in a matter of fact, she was the one who bought me the mother ease system. i had researched cds when i was pregnant and told her that i wanted these ones for my son. we met on a site called empowered childbirth about 2 months before he was born. i was reading birth stories and i came across hers because the intro to it was something like, a blind mother gives birth in a birth center, which is exactly the birth that i was hoping for, and eventually had as well.