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Cast Your Vote:

    • Pampers -- Votes: 6
    • Huggies -- Votes: 6
    • 7th Generation -- Votes: 0
    • Honest Brand -- Votes: 3
    • other - explain -- Votes: 10
diapers? ERW <3 1 child; Here nor There, FL, United States 10784 posts
29th Jul

ok so Amazon has subscriptions to most diaper brands..

what do you recommend?

Boobo&bugs Due September 24; 1 child; Simpsonville, South Carolina 7567 posts
status 29th Jul

I like cloth diapering the best. But I liked huggies before I made the switch. Specifically huggies little swaddlers or something like that. Not the movers ones. Dd leaked like crazy in those. 

mamiKrystal 4 kids; Hayward, California 769 posts
29th Jul

I like the Target brand, Up&up. 

Randilion 2 kids; ....., .., United States 9482 posts
status 29th Jul

Quoting Boobo&bugs:
I like cloth diapering the best. But I liked huggies before I made the switch. Specifically huggies little swaddlers or something like that. Not the movers ones. Dd leaked like crazy in those. 


This! The Little Snugglers lol.

3boys &1girl Due August 24 (boy); 4 kids; 2 angel babies; not saying, wi, United States 3771 posts
status 29th Jul

Luvs

Boobo&bugs Due September 24; 1 child; Simpsonville, South Carolina 7567 posts
status 29th Jul

Quoting Randilion:

This! The Little Snugglers lol.


I knew it started with an s lol. 

Boobook 4 kids; Private, WA, United States 5316 posts
status 29th Jul

DS uses huggies or costco
DD uses honest brand because she has super sensitive skin.

.Leigh. 2 kids; Austin, TX, United States 716 posts
29th Jul

GlassesQuoting Boobo&bugs:
I like cloth diapering the best. But I liked huggies before I made the switch. Specifically huggies little swaddlers or something like that. Not the movers ones. Dd leaked like crazy in those. 


cloth diaperingis the best

Randilion 2 kids; ....., .., United States 9482 posts
status 29th Jul

Quoting .Leigh.:

cloth diaperingis the best


Shrug, not for everyone.

ERW <3 1 child; Here nor There, FL, United States 10784 posts
29th Jul

Quoting Randilion:

Shrug, not for everyone.



yeah... im not a CD type of person lol
  but major props to those who are

.Leigh. 2 kids; Austin, TX, United States 716 posts
29th Jul

Quoting Randilion:

Shrug, not for everyone.


trueI like cloth diapering the best

Lulugal52 TTC since Jul 2009; 3 kids; Center Point, Iowa 762 posts
status 29th Jul

If baby has no allergies or sensitivites, my honest favorite brand was Dollar General. I liked them even better than Parent's Choice(Wal-mart) they're sturdier and hold more. and that was for my 3yr olds, and even after my son turned 4. (Autism) So if they can keep up with 4 yr old, they would probably be awesome for littles. Plus they are cheap!(In price) I was surprised by the quality the first time we tried them. (It was an emergency lol)

★♥♡TootsMcGeesMommy♡♥★ 1 child; British Columbia, BC, Canada 14711 posts
status 29th Jul

Costco, because I get like a hundred and something diapers for twenty bucks. 

Boobook 4 kids; Private, WA, United States 5316 posts
status 29th Jul

Quoting Lulugal52:
If baby has no allergies or sensitivites, my honest favorite brand was Dollar General. I liked them even better than Parent's Choice(Wal-mart) they're sturdier and hold more. and that was for my 3yr olds, and even after my son turned 4. (Autism) So if they can keep up with 4 yr old, they would probably be awesome for littles. Plus they are cheap!(In price) I was surprised by the quality the first time we tried them. (It was an emergency lol)


I don't understand when ppl like a diaper because it 'holds' more, unless talking about night time for heavy soakers, because diapers should be changed often so little's aren't sitting in their bathroom mess...

★♥♡TootsMcGeesMommy♡♥★ 1 child; British Columbia, BC, Canada 14711 posts
status 29th Jul

Quoting Boobook:

I don't understand when ppl like a diaper because it 'holds' more, unless talking about night time for heavy soakers, because diapers should be changed often so little's aren't sitting in their bathroom mess...


I agree. I don't go more than two hours without changing her. I mean at night when she sleeps longer, I won't, but during the day and stuff and right now she wakes every two hours at night anyway. Honestly the costco diapers work just fine for my liking and they are so cheap. She has accidents here and there when she has a huge watery poo and it sometimes comes out the sides, but to me it is worth to buy them cheap and have to clean an accident here or there. Especially with the amount I go through.