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Parent's Choice diapers

My youngest is almost done with diapers! Cue the happy music and crazy dance moves. But there are a few times when I still put a diaper on Sean Christopher, which is usually before bed and if for some reason we are going to be somewhere that I don’t think has an easily accessable bathroom. My son just turned 3 last month and since he was born we have saved nearly $240 per year simply by using Parent’s Choice diapers vs. other national brands. That’s a huge savings!

See the face of my happy boy in the photo below? He loves using the potty like a big boy during the day, but like most children his age, bedtime is a different story. Sean Boy knows that when it’s time for him to head to bed it’s time for him to grab a “pam-pam” and have us put it on for him. Although my son usually wakes up dry every morning, the extra protection is there just in case.

Out of all the diaper brands I’ve used, and I’ve used them all, even tried cloth diapers for a while, the best value diaper brand is Parent’s Choice diapers from Walmart. And since I do most of my shopping at Walmart already, it’s easy to get in and out with everything that I need (even some things I don’t, but that happens to us all).

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My son weighs roughly 37 pounds, and fits comfortably in size 6 diapers. The Parent’s Choice diapers fit him well and on the rare occasions he does pee in his diaper at night, he’s never wet and the liquid never leaks through to his bed sheets. This will probably be the last box of diapers I ever need for him. The thought of that brings a little tear to my eye. My son is growing up. He’s my last baby, and that’s a little hard to handle, but not having to change poop diapers totally dries that tear right up.

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Parent’s Choice diapers come highly recommended

Did you know that 3 out of 4 moms agree Parent’s Choice diapers are the same or better than their current baby diaper brand of choice. See for yourself: save money, live better.

Are you heading out to Walmart to do a little shopping? Maybe you’re looking for a Walmart near you that carries the new and improved Parent’s Choice diapers. You can reference this document to find the store closest to you. If you’re heading out to buy Parent’s Choice diapers make sure you print this coupon first.

Are you ready to save money with Parent’s Choice diapers?

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Hey there, I’m Tiffany! I’m a work-at-home mom of two rambunctious children (Jasmine, 9 + Sean II, 5) and recently widowed at just 35 years old. I've remarried and currently live right outside of Baton Rouge in Denham Springs, Louisiana with two adoring cats and a dog. Let's connect on Twitter @fabulousmomblog.

29 Comments

  1. I never found they were able to hold up for us. But all babies are different and if these work bonus since they are cheaper.

  2. It’s great to hear that a store brand offers comparable quality to the name brands. It’s not easy getting a child through the potty training stage and it seems that you found the perfect solution.

  3. If you can save money on diapers and they work just as well, I’m all for it. Saving money is important!

  4. Parents choice is a great product at a affordable price. My friend uses Parents Choice diapers for her little ones and they always work great.

  5. Wahoo for almost being out of diapers!! I love an affordable diaper because those babies add up!

  6. I found it really neat how some diapers work amazing for some, and the same diaper doesn’t work on another kiddo. Like, what makes it different? He’s a cutie!

  7. Isn’t it funny how far diapers have come? When mine were small, there was cloth and pampers. No choice LOL

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