You know that cloth diapering can be fun and should save money, not be stressful or costly. You have a reasonably sized stash of diapers of your favorite styles and brands and are not ashamed to use disposable inserts or diapers when needed for travel or a short break. You may purchase additional diapers or accessories on occasion, but only if something really catches your eye for its function or cuteness. A Laidback Lola/Larry is content with what works for you and do not spend too much time obsessing over diaper brands, patterns or topics. If cloth diapers come up in a conversation you are happy to share your experiences, but you do not go searching for opportunities to recruit other moms to your lifestyle.
My blog recommendation for you is The Eco-Friendly Family where Amanda has a more laid back approach when it comes to cloth diapers, although she is an active advocate. She writes about a wide range of green living and parenting topics, but has an extensive section devoted to all things cloth diapers that are a good resource. She is also one of the great minds behind the free Green Child eMagazine, a free online magazines for eco-minded families.