Alright, I understand, I get it. You want it thick and super cushiony and all that jazz, jive, and mojo. But I must raise a point that crosses my mind since I happen to put it into practice frequently.
Baby diapers aren't that thick. Really, they aren't. Whenever i see a *B in ridiculously thick diapers I can only chuckle to myself, say it's adorable, but think how much cuter they may be in a diaper that replicated the thickness of a babies diaper. Y'unno, one that allowed movement for playtime?
Now of course, scale is everything, and I have found that one cloth diaper and a stuffer or 1 designer diaper (Bambino, dry 24/7, ect), with or without one stuffer generally suffices enough (although Dry's get ridiculously cute without the stuffer anyways). This, plus "toddler" clothing and I feel a wave of happy regression wash over me.
So to fit in a question, anyone else have this epiphany?