Disposable Diapers Pros & Cons

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This is probably a no brainer for you.  Will you use disposable diapers?

Without a doubt since majority rules you have already determined that this is the only way to go.  look at the Pros and Cons

Disposable Diapers Pros

You can get a massive amount of these diapers from your local warehouse store like Costco at a relatively low price.

The stinky poo will be out of your life within a matter of moments.

Travel is extremely simple – just clean the tush and slap on a new diaper and keep going.

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Cost is not so cheap after all – It may not seem to bad but you are actually just paying $40-$50 every two weeks to a month for garbage and this does not include the extra cash for late night supermarket runs for the “oh no I ran out of diapers and now have to pay $20 for 20 diapers” or the gas burned when you are racing to get the diapers with a very irritable baby at home not to mention the grumpy husband or wife sitting there waiting for the special poo receptacle delivery.

Diaper rash is more prominent in disposable diapers since there is not a lot of breathing room in the plastic coated disposable diaper. Not to mention the extra expense of diaper rash creams and ointments.

Mistakes can happen and blow outs are definitely more probable in disposable diapers.
You are contributing hundreds of pounds of garbage to your local landfill on a yearly basis all for the simplicity of eliminated the icky stinky diapers.

[ad#200x200]Not to say that you cannot go with a recycled or more biodegradable brand of diapers such as Seventh Generation but let’s be honest – they aren’t sold everywhere and you may need to suck it up and deal with Huggies or Pampers….and we cannot forget the main issue.  What diaper is cheaper at that time and do you have a coupon for them?

As you can tell I am an advocate for cloth diapers.  No it is not simple but I will say that by keeping myself on cloth diaper mode I have found some of the cutest little designs on diaper covers and all in ones that no disposable diaper has….not even the denim “I poo in blue” measure up.

 

 

Pampers Baby Dry Diapers Economy Plus Pack, Size 1, 252 Count

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  • 12 hours of overnight protection
  • Flexes for a snug and comfortable fit
  • Pampers has 3 layers of absorbency versus 2 in the other leading brand
  • Favorite Sesame Street characters on every diaper
  • Ships in Certified Frustration-Free Packaging

Pampers Baby Dry disposable diapers let you fit it and forget it! Features soft Koala Fit Grips that allow you to adjust and re-adjust until you get a secure fit that makes you and baby happy. Pampers Baby Dry have double-thick leg cuffs to help prevent leaks, while the Breathable cloth-like cover helps keep baby’s skin dry. Features Sesame Street characters on top front of diapers.

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Luvs Ultra Leakguards Diapers, Size 3, 234 Count

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  • Leakguard core
  • Stretch sides
  • Leak barrier leg gathers

Ultra leak protection or affordable price? Choose Luvs and get both! Luvs diapers with Bear Hug Stretch premium elastic sides and stretchy leg cuffs stretch to help stop leaks. An absorbent blue leak guard core locks away wetness and helps your baby stay dry and comfortable. Choose Luvs and say “Yes” to ultra leak protection, “No” to pricey diapers!

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