Everyone wants what is best for their child. I use disposable diapers on a regular basis, but I do own and do use the occasional cloth diaper. I truly do believe that it is better for the environment, but time wise, well they are definately not as great.
A lot of care goes into the cloth diaper. Mother-Ease diaprers are great because one diaper fits from 8-35 lb. The little snaps on the diapers allow you to adjust the waist and the opening around the legs.
The diapers work well. I line them with rice paper to halp with clean up from #2. But the one thing people don't realize is that cloth diapers need to be changed a heck of a lot more frequently then disposables. Once the diaper is wet the child can feel it and gets rather cranky. Maybe it;'s my own personal desire to have a dry bottomed baby, but my daughter will easily go through ten diapers a day. That is a load of mother-ease in the washing machine every night.
While the diapers work, unfortunately the time it takes to keep a baby in cloth diapers does not work for me.