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I’ve been shopping for the kids more and more at Walmart. Just the other day I went to pick up some fall staples for Emma including tees, sweatpants, undergarments and an adorable flannel dress. While there I also picked up a box of Parent’s Choice diapers for my two-year-old.
By the way, just in case you were wondering what’s inside his backpack? He’s carrying his own diapers now. I love the freedom I’m enjoying from diaper bag duty and he actually enjoys wearing it. I think it makes him feel like a big kid.
Ryan is starting to potty train, and aside from hauling around the diaper bag, I am tired of overspending on diapers. They are so pricey and yet we can’t yet live without them. I decided to give the Walmart brand a try and I must say I’m impressed!
Parent’s Choice diapers are now more absorbent. So much so that 3 out of 4 moms agree are the same or better than their current baby diaper brand of choice, and you can’t beat the price. You can save $240 per year by using Parent’s Choice diapers vs. other national brands. Why pay more when you can pay less?
I don’t know about you, but I can totally use that extra $240 bucks. Do you know how many pairs of shoes I could buy with that much money? At the very least it would cover the cost of that new smartphone I’ve been obsessing over.
If you’d like to try the new & improved diapers, check to make sure they’re carried at a store near you. And before you leave, print out this $1.50 off Parent’s Choice Diaper Jumbo Bag or Box. Look at that, you just saved even more – I’m impressed!
Available in sizes newborn to 6 and zero to 35+ pounds, Parent’s Choice diapers start at just 14 cents per diaper. Newborn size featured an umbilical cord cutout just like other popular brands do. All of the diapers feature a soft cloth-like cover with a flexible fit for excellent leak protection.
Alice Chase says
We were so relieved when we were finally diaper free. Our $240 would go towards a new car.
The Positive MOM says
They sure is growing fast! My little one is also potty training and it is an exciting time.
Melissa Smith says
By the time I had my third child, I was all about saving money where I could & Parent’s Choice was usually my go to brand. I need to figure out how much money I saved just by switching brands. I bet it’s astronomical!
April G says
I’ve used Parent’s Choice since my daughter was born. I may have one problem every couple of packs. Normally, it’s because I have also pushed the limit of how far I should let my children wear their diaper. I love Parent’s Choice!
How adorable is he! I’m glad we are out of the diaper stage but I remember it well! Finding a product that you trust is key!
I remember when my son was in diapers and I would was so excited thinking that I would have a ton of extra money but of course like everything. You leave diapers and end up having to use the money somewhere else for your kiddo. So an extra $240 would just end up going back to the kiddo.
An extra $240 would go a long way to paying bills that have piled up since our car accident.