It’s a battle of the disposable diapers. You’re a crunchified mom, but you’re
slipping letting go of perfection. You don’t feel like cloth diapering this week, you’re on-the-go and you are wanting a cost-effective mess-free disposal diaper. Which brand do you choose?
I choose Pampers. I joined “team Pampers” when Jayden was potty training. I bought a box of Pampers training pants for him and never considered any other brand. The training pants, like their other diapers are thin, yet absorbent, they fit/hug just right. The icing on the cake? You get so many for your buck. The appealing price point is what honestly influenced my purchase. Once I started using them, I was completely sold.
When I had Jaxon, he wore Pampers Swaddlers in the hospital. It made it easier to monitor his wet diapers because they have a wetness indicator that changes color when wet. I took note of how thin they were and how great they fit him as well. Fast forward to now and we’re going through a Super Pack of Swaddlers we were sent to try. He can really fill up a diaper in a short amount of time and thankfully, the Swaddlers have not leaked, slipped off, or come unfastened. Some other great features of the Pamper Swaddler are blanket-like softness and an umbilical cord notch. We folded Jaxon’s diapers downward when he was smaller, so the notch really didn’t make a difference. It’s all about preference though.
Pampers Swaddlers are my preferred dipe of choice next to cloth.
This has been an un-crunchy confession. LOL!
Do you use Pampers? If you do, Super Packs of Pampers diapers are only $25 at Walmart, with more than $45 of coupon savings in each box.
As a participant in the Walmart Moms Program, I received a sample and compensation for my time and efforts in creating this post. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
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