Only half-cruncy. Don't worry, I am still a card-carrying member of the meat-eating club although some vegetarian tortilla soup with avocado slices and sour cream sounds really good right now! I say I am half-crunchy because I like to make my own babyfood, I do buy some but I only use it if I don't have fresh veggies or fresh fruit on hand to cook and mush up for Skye. She also gets the booby juice, no formula here. Nothing against formula but my boobs make milk for free so I might as well use it. I also don't trust these companies that make the formula to make it safe, I have lost a lot of faith in our processed food makers as of late. In light of the breast-feeding and fresh food mashing, cloth diapering seemed like a great next step in being half-crunchy. It is something I have wanted to do for awhile now but I had visions of how the diapers were 30 years ago. Of course I was a newborn 30 years ago but I can remember the plastic pants and I have heard the stories of nasty leaks and rough fabrics against babies soft skin so I was afraid to give it a go. I finally started researching it more last month and found out this ain't your momma's cloth diaper! There are so many options and they are actually really cute! I started to get excited thinking about never spending money on a disposable again. I got excited knowing I wouldn't be putting my kids shitty diaper in a landfill where it will take 300 years to go away. I also went through some reciepts and found out I have spent $300 on diapers in the past few months, ick! The average child will go through about $1500-$2000 disposables. For my little soaker we would be on the higher end of that so the cloth diapers make more sense for us finalcially. I will also be switching to using baby washcloths dipped in a homemade butt cleaning solution instead of wipes. More $$ saving goodness. My next step in being half-crunchy will be to make my own laundry detergent and household cleaners. I have found some great recipes online and they are actually a lot cheaper to make than they are to buy. Plus I will know that my kids aren't coming in contact with harsh chemicals that I know nothing about. I am trying to limit high fructose corn syrup but with over a dozen boxes of girl scout cookies in the pantry that is a crunchy battle that I think I will lose!