We have used Parent Choice diapers for both of our kids. When becoming new parents we tried every single brand. Some weren't worth the money, some weren't able to hold enough liquid. We finally found the Walmart brand, and we never purchased anything else. My youngest is just about potty trained completely except for overnight. So we use these size 5 Parent Choice diapers and they work perfectly for that overnight security.
Parent's Choice Diapers, Size 2, 160 Diapers
Arrives by Sun, Aug 9
In stock at Leesburg, 19360 Compass Creek Parkway
About This Item
Keep your little one comfortable with Parent's Choice Diapers. These baby diapers are breathable and help keep your child's skin dry, and they offer an all-around snug and comfy fit. The printed designs on the diaper fade when wet so you know exactly when it is time for a change. Parent's Choice diapers are ultra-absorbent and offer day or night leakage protection. These diapers are also hypoallergenic, perfume free and latex free. This package comes with 160 diapers, making it easy to stock up. They are ideal for little ones in stage 2, 12-18 lbs. Have confidence when taking care of your toddler with Parent's Choice Diapers.
Since 1998, Walmart's Parent's Choice has been trusted by parents across the country to provide quality, affordable baby products. We offer a wide range of products including diapers, wipes, toiletries, baby food, formula and baby feeding products. With a quality guarantee to back up all its baby, toddler, infant and newborn products, Parent's Choice takes care of your little one's needs for less.
Parent's Choice Diapers, Stage 2: 12-18 lbs, 160 Count:
- Breathable to help keep baby dry and comfortable
- Wetness indicator changes color when wet
- Soft, cloth like cover
- Hypoallergenic, perfume and latex free
- Ultra absorbent diaper for day or night leakage protection
- All-around snug and comfy fit
- 160 disposable diapers
- For kids 12-18 lbs.
|Disposable Baby Diaper Type|
|Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H)|
15.44 x 8.56 x 13.38 Inches
I recently had to switch to these diapers because my husband and I were paying $100 a month to diaper our 1 and 2 year old. Our 2 year old has sensitive skin, so we were buying Pampers Swaddlers Sensitive. Our 1 year old wears a size 4 too, so both of our girls were wearing this diaper. We couldn't keep buying the Pampers because it is so expensive. I felt like a bad mom because it took us 2 years to find the right diapers for my daughter. I've tried every diaper out there including Parent's Choice. I never had a problem with Parent's Choice, but I didn't like the feel of them and I felt like maybe my kids would be uncomfortable in them. My kids don't seem to feel uncomfortable in the Parent's Choice diapers. These diapers are 16 cents a piece and I was paying 37 cents a piece per diaper with Pampers. Pampers are softer, but they're more expensive. So far my daughter hasn't gotten a diaper rash with these diapers. I will now only be spending $40 a month to diaper my kids and that's a bargain! With two kids in diapers I couldn't afford the $100 a month anymore. My family is going to save $60 monthly now and $720 annually now. If I would have stuck with Pampers I would have spent $1200 this year in diapers. We just can't afford that with our low income military family. I love other items Parent's Choice sells as well as their overnight diapers, which I am a huge fan of! If these regular Parent's Choice diapers don't work then we will just switch to the overnights which are still pretty cheap! So far with the daytime diapers we haven't had any leaks or blowouts.
What happened Walmart? After buying this diaper for over a year and half, this last pack for size 3 does not fit my daughter. I took a picture showing the diaper on the right is at least 20% smaller. This diapers works great when the right size is sent. They must be using a different manufactuer because it is worse quality, small diaper, and differnt design.
Dropping the ball!
I have used PC diapers with both my kids. I've used them for years! I only noticed before that the biggest box didn't have stretchy tabs. I dealt with that... not the greatest but we made it work. However, I went back to the next box size down... Yay stretchy tabs were back but now they've lost almost 2 inches in diaper length!! the whole reason we went to size 6 was for the length and now they've dropped the ball on that! let's fix this walmart!
I have no problem using cheaper stuff on our children. I thought with the line that tells you they are wet that maybe these will be like the pampers he has used since birth. We tried luvs and they do not hold the wetness. These are worse than luvs. When we change his diaper his skin is soaking wet. The diaper leaks from the top in the front and back. No, we do not leave our baby in wet diapers for hours. After he potties, we change him. The pampers kept the wetness off of his skin. They also did not leak. These wet his clothes every time he peed. We gave the rest of them away to someone about to have a baby. Your little person deserves a diaper that will not give them a rash by keeping them wet. Don't waste your money! Our son is 3 months old.
they've changed. GARBAGE!
trash trash trash! they changed them. they are thinner and have a tiny little velcro strap instead of a wide one. diapers are always falling off. I even had about 50 diapers WITHOUT ANY VELCRO on one side. I dont know who's making their diapers for them now, but they aren't the same they were two months ago. these are absolute garbage! dont waste your money!!
Shouldn?t Have Changed the Design/stretchy tabs!
We switched to these diapers from Pampers, because with twin girls it just got too expensive. As many have mentioned they are not as soft or thick as pampers but overall I was incredibly happy with these compared to a lot of other budge friendly diapers. These were our go to diapers. We basically never had any issues with leaking; except sometimes wearing overnight. Few diapers can go 12 plus hours without some leaks. We really loved these diapers, until they decided to switch the design up. These diapers use to have nice stretchy tabs that would extend to allow the diaper to fit perfect. I loved this feature and don?t know if I?ve seen any other diaper to have these. Now the diapers have this cheap tiny tab that barely allows the diaper to close without being super tight on my girls abdomens. My girls are only 24 lbs so in a size 6 they are still well under the 35 plus lbs size guide listed on the box. My girls are tall so I size up for that. I was so upset to buy a new box and see these cheap tiny tabs. I?ve ripped 6 of the tabs off just trying to put them on my girls. I?m so disappointed because these were our go to diapers. Changing to another store brand that has adequate tabs that don?t dig into my girls sides, and rip off. Have no idea why they would change a good thing. Horrible decision.
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