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Rebuilding The Diaper Stash Starting At Sam’s

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Pampers at Sam’s Club. The opinions and text are all mine.

 

We need more diapers.

Didn’t I JUST buy diapers?

Um helloooo, are you new? You know those little packs don’t last!

This is the frantic exchange constantly had between my husband I lately.

I’ve always preferred to buy in bulk, but lately we’ve had to only buy what we’ve needed. It’s stressful because there are constant trips to the store, but it is what it is. This month, I’m trying to set goals to build various stashes because it sucks feeling unprepared all.of.the.time. Our first focus was on diapers and wipes, because there’s nothing more horrifying than running out of diapers, especially at night… when you’re ready to crash. Running out of wipes we can handle. Diapers? Nope, nope, and nope.

For the past couple of months, I’ve been saying that I would order a few boxes of diapers, but never got around to it or something came up. This month was the perfect time to shop because Sam’s Club is having a really good sale on Pampers diapers and wipes. They’re offering $10 off the purchase of 2 Pampers diapers or wipes, or $18 off a purchase of 3 items. If you order online, you can use Ebates for 1.5% cashback and have them delivered to your home or you can do Club Pickup where they’ll bring everything out to your car.

Another cool service Sam’s Club offers is Scan & Go. You simply download the Scan & GO app to your phone, scan items with your phone, checkout using the app, and show your digital receipt on your way out to bypass the register. So if you’re just about out of diapers and you’re in a time crunch, you’ll be able to stock up at a great price in the same amount of time it’d take you to purchase from your local retailer or grocer.

We picked up a box of Pampers Cruisers and a box of Sensitive Baby Wipes so that we could have a full diaper cart and caddy for the month. We plan to place an order for two additional boxes of diapers before the sale is over or even some Easy Ups because Miss Honey has been taking off her diapers lately. We recently had a little hidden poo situation in our linen closet. She tried to hide the evidence, but the wafting gave it aaaall away.

I can honestly say that I won’t be missing the diapering and potty training stages of parenting. In a blink of an eye, she’ll be running through here in her big girl unnies and diapers will be a distant memory. Until then, we need to make the best out of diaper days and I’m so glad that our diaper cart and portable caddy’s full again! Next up? Toilet paper!

Do you buy in bulk? What are you currently stocking up on?

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12 Comments

  • Reply Kimberly

    I love shopping in bulk! It’s so convenient to have a stockpile of well used items on hand, especially if funds are low. Sam’s Club is one of my favorite places to buy bulk paper products and diapering essentials!

    View Comment July 9, 2017 at 2:49 PM
  • Reply Andrea

    I love buying in bulk, it saves time and money. I’m currently expecting a baby and already starting stashing up diapers, we got to be prepared!

    View Comment July 7, 2017 at 10:04 AM
  • Reply Cecilia

    That’s a great offer! I’m happy I live in this century. The diapers are much better now than just 50 years ago. I really enjoyed reading this post :)

    View Comment July 6, 2017 at 9:37 AM
  • Reply Nadine Cathleen

    The diaper world is very new to me. Once my friend told me how many diapers she runs through in a week.. yeah, I guess a good diaper supply is essential :)

    View Comment July 6, 2017 at 6:30 AM
  • Reply Blair villanueva

    In any items especially groceries and toiletries, it is wise to buy in bulk. Saves money and time in buying your items.

    View Comment July 6, 2017 at 3:10 AM
  • Reply Betsy @ Happily Ever After, Etc.

    Oh my goodness your sweet little gal is the c-u-t-est! I imagine the poo in the linen closet situation had to be hilarious. Good luck!

    View Comment July 5, 2017 at 4:24 PM
  • Reply Heather Johnson

    I shop in bulk a lot at Sam’s Club. I get the Member’s Mark brand for my son.

    View Comment July 5, 2017 at 10:55 AM
  • Reply Tiffany

    I have to admit I am thrilled to be past the daytime diaper stage of parenting! I do still have 3 in nighttime diapers… counting the days until that changes too! Buying in bulk is the only way to go. But even that has to be strickly budgeted or we end up in a jam. Love these tips

    View Comment July 5, 2017 at 10:13 AM
  • Reply Charlotte Chua

    This honestly reminded me of my cousin who is a just a starting mom! It also reminded me the struggles of a mother in the future. Thanks for sharing this! Goodluck! Your daughter looks beautiful!

    View Comment July 5, 2017 at 7:19 AM
  • Reply Natasha Fedderman

    Pampers is really very reliable and affordable diaper from babies to toddlers. I’ve known a lot of mommies trusted this brand. If I would buy, I would always go for the bulk buying, it is cheaper.

    View Comment July 5, 2017 at 6:22 AM
  • Reply Ali Rost

    Sam’s Club is awesome, and we shop there all of the time. I’m going to have to take advantage of this sale. We’ve been supplying diapers for our grandson and this is a wonderful deal! ps: I remember the days of running out of diapers in the middle of the night. It’s an awful feeling! x

    View Comment July 4, 2017 at 10:56 PM
  • Reply Cassie

    Buying in bulk makes so much sense – especially with things like Diapers!! They can get really expensive if you just buy them on their own. I haven’t seen Pampers here in Australia but i’ll keep my eye out,

    View Comment July 4, 2017 at 10:29 PM
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