What brand of diapers do you buy? I usually use huggies or pampers but they are expensive. Does anyone use Target ones or any other store brand that compares to the pricey companies? My DS is 2 years old (if that matters).
I have heard that different diapers work for different children b/c each persons body is shaped differently.
I use target during the day and pampers baby dry at night
I did research on diaper pricing (just over a yr ago) and target diapers came out to be least expensive of all diapers (including other store brands like kirkland from costco and babys r us brand)
and since target redid their brand to up and up the diapers have improved
For newborns, huggies - I like the way the newborn ones are curved. I usually use Costco, but my sister told me about the target ones, that they're better now than before and I might use them, even though Costco is closer to my house, so even if target are cheaper, it might not make a difference with the gas.
I find that Pampers and Luvs get soaked up too fast for me. Huggies doesn't leak even after a huge mess, which means alot to me. When I had 3 children in diapers (my oldest was 2 and a month), I did use other brands. Then, (about 4 yrs. ago), I liked White Cloud from Walmart, but not everybody did. After a while, the quality changed and so I switched back to Huggies. There's another reason why I stick to Huggies: I don't use any sticky tabs on Shabbos even if they were opened before. Huggies is the only brand whos tabs have no stick on them. (White Cloud also didn't.) And when I was stocking 3 different sizes of diapers I couldn't think of also stocking 2 brands of 3 sizes... Bottom line: I think it only pays to buy cheap diapers when you have more than one child in diapers. Because to me messes and soaking through are also expenses.
we love target brand. pampers doesnt work well for my very chubby one year old. luvs are kind of junky, and have the same kind of fit as pampers anyhow. huggies works well for chubby babies, but target is just as good imho, and cheaper.
For newborns I used Huggies/Pampers (whichever was on sale) until I could move to cloth. And I'm a big believer in "whatever's on special" for daycare diapers. Right now it's Tafnukim, but usually it's BabySitter. The only ones I will NOT use are Litufim; they're plasticky and they don't breathe.