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Okay, so I may not be able to help you not go crazy on the traveling bit, but I can help with the baby diapers bit!
We travel roughly once a year and when we do, we drive.
We travel to one of two places – Arizona to California and back, or Arizona to Minnesota and back.
I think it’s safe to say that every time we have traveled with the exception of twice (at the absolute most) we have had at least one child in diapers. Now, we only have one –
When we travel, there are a lot of expenses; rental car, hotels, food, kennel for the dog, etc. The last thing I want to do is spend even more money on diapers for the youngest one. I’m already spending hundreds of dollars, I am not looking to spend even more on diapers, hence Parent’s Choice diapers from Walmart.
Our Travel Expenses
For our most recent trip from Arizona to California, our approximate expenses went something like this:
Rental Car: $200
Dog Kennel: $75
Parent’s Choice Diapers: $13.97 for daytime and $13.97 for overnight
Using our regular brand diapers, we would pay $16.99 for daytime diapers and $24.99 for overnight diapers. For the same amount of diapers – 82 daytime diapers and 74 night time diapers.
That alone saves me $3.02 a box on daytime diapers and $11.02 a box on overnight diapers.
And I have noticed very minimal difference in absorbency between my prior brands and Parent’s Choice brand.
The daytime diapers have the same absorbency as our other brand and while we have experienced a couple leaky night time diapers, I do not think it has anything to do with the brand (it has to do with Baby Girl refusing to sleep and drinking 2-3 sippy cups of milk in one night!)
Parent’s Choice diapers are the same quality and the same quantity for less money!
Plus, I have a coupon for you too! Saving you even more!
So tell me, how much money could you save by switching from your brand of diapers to Parent’s Choice diapers?