I have tried many different diapers with my 5 kids. When I was offered a chance to work on a sponsored campaign on behalf of Family Dollar, I was excited to try Kidgets Diapers. This is one diaper that amazingly I have not previously tried.
Parents with young children spend an enormous amount of money on diapers. These are a necessity so we endure the cost, however it never stopped me from finding better deals. Anything to save a little here and there is a good thing. Kidgets diapers are found at Family Dollar and have a great value. I was anxious to try them out for myself.
The next diaper change for my Little Man I put on a Kidgets diaper. The outer cover was cloth-like and soft. The sides were stretchable. My guy is slim I didn’t want the diaper falling off! I was able to stretch the sides to keep it on just snug enough.
He is a mover! I left his shorts and shirt off because I wanted to see how well the diaper stays on while he is active. During a game of tag and dancing with my other kids the diaper didn’t seem to bother him – it must have been comfortable. After the games it was still snug in place! This is so important because leaks are not an option with an active lifestyle. We are constantly on the go and I cannot afford to worry about leaks. I need a diaper that is guaranteed to keep his shorts and mine (because he is always sitting on me) dry!
Little Man has sensitive skin that reacts frequently, but these diapers didn’t seem to irritate his skin. That is a big win for Kidgets! We have been impressed with the quality of Kidgets diapers.
Babies and toddlers are expensive but you don’t need to sacrifice quality for value. Hop on over to Family Dollar to pick up your own Kidgets diapers at a great value. At this price I can pick up a few more things and stay within my budget. I might even have a little extra to save for another trip to get another Junior Ranger Badge for my kids. If you are still unsure they have a 100% satisfaction guarantee or your money back. Find a Family Dollar store near you!
This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Family Dollar.