Disclaimer: I received compensation for this review about the new Comforts diapers from Kroger. As always, all opinions are completely my own.
Before Caleb was born, I had the best of intentions to continue our cloth diaper journey. But if I’m being completely honest with you, the reality of going from a mom of one to a mom of two hit me pretty hard. I mean, we’re almost six months in and there are still days where I feel like I’m just treading water. I knew that something had to go in order to keep my sanity. Considering I could barely keep up with our clothes laundry, I knew that I had to see what my options were for disposable diapers. I recently came across the new Comforts diapers from Kroger and I’ve been really impressed at how great they are, especially for the price.
As a mama of a baby with sensitive skin, I think it’s great that Kroger is providing a product with moms like me in mind. Comforts for Baby diapers have a hypoallergenic liner and are free from dyes and fragrances. And they’re super soft too. I try to keep our lives as fragrance free as possible to help limit skin irritation, so using the Comfort diapers is definitely one less thing in our lives to worry about. As long as we’ve been using these diapers on Caleb, we haven’t had any skin irritation or diaper rashes. His baby butt is as cute as ever.
I also love that the Comforts diapers offer both day and night leakage protection. Caleb started sleeping through the night really early on and he’s a heavy wetter. That combination makes it a little difficult to find just the right diaper for overnight. The diaper’s absorbent core provides leak protection for up to 12 hours. We’ve tried these overnight for a little while and haven’t had any leak issues yet.
And because the diapers have a lot of stretch around the waist and legs for a better fit, the diaper works really well for the daytime too. Since Caleb has started rolling around and scooting a little, having a diaper that allows him mobility with the same level of leak protection is so important. This way, I only have to buy one kind of diaper instead of buying one kind for during the day and a second for overnight.
Probably my favorite thing about the Comforts diapers from Kroger? The price! For a pack of 37 size two diapers, it only cost me $4.99! That’s only 13.5 cents per diaper! And if you use a coupon like the ones you can find here, you can get them for even cheaper. The number of diapers in a pack changes depending on this size. But regardless, these diapers are definitely more affordable for our family than the name brand diapers we’ve tried.
I also think its great at how accessible these diapers are for me. They’re available at all local Kroger family stores. I can easily pick up a package or two when I’m grocery shopping. Or even better – I can add them to my Kroger ClickList order. I like to use this option in the wintertime when the weather’s particularly crummy.
And, of course, I have to mention that the prints are super cute. You get two fun patterns in every package.
If you want to learn more about the Comforts for Baby diapers and find out about when coupons are available, you can find that here. And if you’re not sure where to find your nearest Kroger family store? You can check here!
Have you tried these diapers yet? Drop me a note in the comment section and let me know how you like them so far!