9/22/14

BABY DIAPER SAVINGS

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I am not sure if every mom is like me, but I love trying all diaper brands. I have my favorites and my not so favorites. I always search for the best product out there for my son. As far as diapers we have a couple favorites that we purchase on a regular basis. I recently purchased Parent's Choice diapers and I am blown away with how long lasting and absorbent they are. Leaky diapers are such a pet peeve of mine. Especially during naps or overnight. I want a diaper that will be comfortable for Evan to sleep in and still do its job by staying leak free.
We no longer purchase diapers that cause leaks and ruin our good night sleep. Evan would toss and turn until I changed his diaper and on top of that I would struggle to put him back to sleep. It was stressful for me and uncomfortable for him. Luckily we have found great options and this past week we switched to Parent's Choice diapers. I really can't say anything negative about them. They are thin, comfortable, and durable. We haven't had any leaks or rashes since we have been using these diapers. Evan sleeps most of the night without waking up and naps a little longer, which assures me that Parent's Choice diapers have my approval. 
Many will say you get what you pay for, but not in this case. I honestly feel like Parent's Choice diapers are the best value diaper brand in the market. I can save $240 per year by using Parent's Choice diapers vs. other national brands. 3 out of 4 moms agree are the same or better than their current baby diaper brand of choice. See for yourself: save money, live better. Head to your local Walmart, print out this coupon, and give these new and improved diapers a try. I can't stress how impressed I am with this product.

3 comments

  1. As of late material diapers began to be utilized rather than dispensable diapers. Spoils diapers are not more beneficial in light of the fact that they are not natural. Dispensable diapers are plastic and have in its piece compound that may hurt your baby's health.

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  2. Practically every mum or dad has experienced to deal with diaper rash during their child raising years. This is often particularly so with parents who are deciding to use cloth baby diapers, and also have decided to do this in an even more organic means of looking after their children.

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