We are now officially in cloth diapers full time. I must say I truly love it. I am actually having less leaks than I had with disposables. So often when I would change Will and then nurse him he would pee out the side of the disposable, this is not a problem with the cloth. I am going to do 2 extra loads a week, but is that really so much to ask when I am saving 30 bucks a month at least on diapers? The bottle issue is another story. I started with a full supply of Avent bottles I had left from daycare. They were in great shape, many brand new. While I was pregnant the news came out about Polycarbonates and the BPA chemicals that they can leach, so I got rid of them and bought the cheap Gerber 5 oz and NUK nipples. The flow was so slow that he would take over 1 hour to complete a feeding. Then we switched to the old rubber nipples. They work for a while, but then they tend to get clogged or something, because the flow backs off and then we are back to why we quit the NUKs. Jason and I don't like the 9 oz Gerbers that are so long and clunky, so we wanted a shape like Avent, but without the BPA. Many of these bottles cost 7-10 dollars each, yikes! Gerber made one like avent but without the BPA so I bought those. Every time I filled them, no matter how I twisted on the cap, they leaked like crazy! It was so annoying! So then I remembered that the Avent sippy cups are not made of the Polycarbonate and they are supposed to fit the Avent Nipple. (It shows it on the package!) So I went and found the 9 oz cups and the nipples in the right flow rate, took them home and they leaked all over! Arrrgghhh! So Jason and I have been to all kinds of stores looking for the right kind, and have had little luck. I could switch to the playtex nurser but I am to thrifty to pay 7.50 every 2 weeks for liners. I just ordered some MAM bottles from Amazon so we will see if these can hold the liquid in the bottle instead of leaking like a sieve. Soon I think I will dip a rag in a bowl of formula and have him suck that like they did for a baby pig in Farmer Boy! I will let you know how the situation works out.