Nanny to Mommy: Staying Dry on a Budget with Kidgets Diapers

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Tuesday, August 18, 2015

Staying Dry on a Budget with Kidgets Diapers

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Family Dollar.

Peanut is walking, talking, and a hand full at times. He gets into everything! We still use disposable diapers when we are on the go and at night. But I don't want to break the bank when buying diapers. He has always been a heavy wetter (especially at night), so finding a quality diaper that can meet my needs without breaking the bank is very important to me.

We recently had the opportunity to test out Kidgets diapers that are found at Family Dollar. We have been using them for about a week or so now.
Kidgets diapers provide excellent leakage protection to your little ones. With stretchable sides, the diaper helps provide a comfortable fit for my active baby. The cloth-like outer cover is soft and gentle on his skin too, which is really important to me since my babies tend to have sensitive skin.

The Kidgets diapers have a cute pattern on them and the size is prominent on the front and back. This is helpful if you have more than one child in diapers. My sister-in-law's kiddos are both in diapers and aged twenty months apart, so they are in two different sizes. Being clearly labeled would be very helpful for her, so she would know which one to grab if thrown in the diaper bag.

What I love most about these diaper is that they are budget-friendly. Because they are found at my local Family Dollar. Kidgets diapers are offered at a great value, allowing you to afford more precious moments with your baby. And what's even better is that they come with a 100% satisfaction guaranteed or your money back! How awesome is that?! So if you are interested in trying them out for yourself, find a Family Dollar near you.

Do you use disposable diapers? Do you shop at Family Dollar? What do you think of Kidgets diapers?

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Family Dollar.


  1. When we were transitioning to pull ups/potty training sessions we'd end up buying the cheaper/store brand diapers. I didn't like all cheaper diapers, but I didn't mind using Kidget. My son's skin is sensitive as well so I was happy his skin didn't react badly. I enjoyed using them and wouldn't mind using them again. Cos I have a feeling I won't be able to go full-time cloth whenever I have my next one. Grandma will want her disposal ones, lol.

  2. I am all about budgeting. I am glad you recommend these. As a baby shower gift years ago I received expensive brand diapers and they were crap lol They leaked awfully. I am all for good functionality over brand name and price. And like you said, if helps me save for those other memories. :)

    Oh and I like that it is labeled… I know couple of dads that put diapers on backwards lol

  3. I operate a small home daycare. Parents provide diapers for their own children but I keep some on hand for emergencies. I haven't had a kid here in diapers for several months now but when I did, these are the ones I would buy. They worked pretty well. Never had leakage issues and the tabs didn't tear off like some other store brands that I've used.

  4. When my second child was a baby, she is ten now, we bough the Family Dollar diapers as well. They worked just as well as the name brand ones we used on my oldest, but didn't break the bank.

  5. Sounds like a good diaper. At a cheap price too if it is at Family Dollar. I will have to let mommies I know about this.

  6. Your child is so photogenic. It is good to know there are budget friendly options. It is surprising how expensive they can be.

  7. Girl these photos are so adorable! I love that these diapers provide a comfortable fit and leakage protection. They don’t look too bulky either. I think the designs are cute too. I personally love shopping at Family Dollar because they have great deals!

  8. I am all about budgeting and this article was a great one and showed great photos of all the things you can get at Family dollar


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