I wish they had this before my son was born... wuu wuu wuu...
The Battle for the Best Disposable Diapers
How to Choose the Best Disposable Diaper
Bottom line: Use Bambo Nature!!!
But they are so expensive, maybe it's a good thing that I didn't know about them. Haha. The other thing is, their packaging is so unattractive! (!) I might have seen them in the store but probably ignored them.
We have been using Seventh Generation. My friend told me it's sooo rough which prompted me to do some research thus found the review. But honestly, I do like SG. Let's just say we don't have any problems with it. I thought it was soft... I only thing I don't like is they aren't dye-free. During my son's early months I also tried Earth's Best and Naty. EB was much stiffer than SG; and I don't remember why I didn't use Naty. It's possible that SG is cheaper and more widely available.
Recently I purchased many boxes of SG diapers that's less than $.20 each (diaper), that will last at least half a year... now after reading the review, I'm thinking of buying Bambo and return the SG... the argument here is probably, since my son only uses diaper during sleep, it's really not that expensive after all... Heh!
(PS: The other brand I had tried was Pampers. When my son was 4-5 months old, he leaks frequently during night time. I thought I should gave Pampers a try, oh boy, the smell of it was unbearable. I later sealed inside a plastic bag hoping to pass onto someone else, but even sealed inside a bag, I can still smell it!!!! I threw the whole bag away. And so that was the end of that. I later found, I just need to size up (two sizes) to prevent the leaking...)