Name brand diapers are usually in every major store. But Parent’s Choice Diapers are specifically a Target brand. Wal-Mart carries Up & Up Diapers, which I have also tried. You see, this mama isn’t huge on name brands and certainly isn’t big on spending money. I understand that there is the trust factor, but personally people put too much emphasis on brands. The hubby has a tough time breaking away from brands he’s used before. I, on the other hand, take more risks and I don’t think trying generic brands is risky.
Name Brands Promise To Be Extra Special
Target has everything, and that’s precisely why I love shopping there. It’s just as inexpensive as Wal-Mart but I find Target nicer. So, I wanted to try Parent’s Choice Diapers and write a product review on it. Just as I began writing this article, a Pamper’s commercial comes on promising three layers of protection as opposed to just two found in other name brands (see Huggies and Luv’s). I know Target carries Honest diapers, but I haven’t tried those. They’re too expensive in my opinion and they’re another name brand. If you ask me, I shrug off promises brand names give. It’s like watching tampon and maxi pad commercials that promise, “our winged pad are better and more absorbent than the others.” And, “this tampon glides more smoothly and contours to the body better.”
Yeah, uh-huh, I’m not buying it…literally.
At the end of the day, I go with generic. This is especially the case if you’re going to throw out the tampon, pad or the diaper after one use. So, I give generic brands a shot and have had some great experiences.
Parent’s Choice Diapers Coverage
Parent’s Choice Diapers offers the same coverage as all the other name brands. I’ve seen no leaks and so have had no problems whatsoever. I know some moms and dads are saying, “Yeah right, but my kid has more explosive poops than yours.” Trust me, our daughter is petite but, man, can she stink up her room with her poopie diapers. And I haven’t had any issues using generic over the fancy diapers that she’s going to soil, anyway.
I say give Parent’s Choice Diapers a shot, especially if it’s your goal to save money this year.