If you happen to be the kind of parents whose toddler daughter wears dresses (because the diaper changes are faster than with pants) and who choose to cloth diaper (in this case, using a Knickernappies pocket diaper) and who live in Kansas without a basement so have installed a storm shelter, beware.
Your daughter will discover the joy of sliding down the storm shelter, which is bigger than her little slide and easier for her to climb than the ladder to the big slide. In the winter, this activity will seem innocuous. In the summer, though, her dress will ride up, putting the diaper cover in direct contact with the cement of the storm shelter. And the cover will develop tiny little tears. Nothing that would interfere with the diaper's function (yet), but enough to make you think perhaps we won't wear this particular diaper cover to church anymore. And wonder if you can manage to put this particular cover on each time you're heading outside to play with said daughter.
And then you will begin to wonder if the ease of diaper changes might be outweighed by the desire to protect the diaper covers from further drastic wear and tear.