I cloth diapered my youngest for almost 3 years.
I LOVED it.
Aside from the fact that is saved me a TON of cash on disposable diapers - that wasn't the reason I started at all. It was because my son keep having blow-outs in every single disposable I tried actually. A friend sent me some old diapers & I feel in LOVE. More on that story → here.
Where I bought the rest of my clothing diapering supplies, might be useful if you're wondering where to start and find some great deals -- so here is what I know....
First I was gifted a bunch of Bum Genius diapers & like them, so I went on the hunt for more of that brand.
I found out they're sold on CottonBabies.com and also on many other online cloth retailers like Kelly's Closet, Nicki's Diapers... then a million and one others (just do a quick google search and you'll see)
Cottonbabies - sell only Bum Genius brand but also some others.
This is a great place for NEW prints, and news on upcoming prints -- trust me, this will be a thing you'll be obsessed with eventually.
Kelly's Closet (affiliate link) - get site full of al kinds of diapers, earn points with orders toward free products!
Nicki's Diapers (affiliate link) - my most fav. Also, carries all diffrerent kinds of diapering supplies & brands as well as their own brand (super affordable & I love that when you buy their brand diapers then will donate one to a charity for every one purchased!!) Also you can earn points toward free products!!
Also something I utilized a lot was the FACEBOOK GROUPS dedicated to reselling diapers
Search for "cloth swap" or "cloth diaper b/s/t", there are also specific groups that are brand specific.
Also search "Cloth diaper chat" if you want to ask questions & learn what the heck you should try, OneSize, Fitted, Covers, Flats, All-In-Ones, Pocket Diapers???!!! So many choices!
Popular terms in the cloth diapering world:
Fluff - the diapers, and when you get them in the mail, it's "Fluff mail!" :D
Stash - your collection of diapers, when you want to resell them.... you destash!
Kelly's Closet has a helpful list of all the AIO, Flat, Fitted etc... terms here.
Some helpful YouTube channels, for all the info you'll ever need:
Naturally Thrifty mom -Still Active!
ObbsAndLala - no longer creating new videos on this topic, but her past videos are full of great tips.
MsDanaRyan (MsDiaperD) - no longer making cloth videos, but she did a lot of great reviews on different diapers.