When I found out that BzzAgent was doing a Comforts for Baby campaign, I was SO excited. Then I realized I was excited about diapers. No regrets though, I'm still happy :) Tell me that getting this in the mail wouldn't make YOU happy?
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Okay, back to the diapers. I got to try Comforts for Baby diapers, wipes, and sippy cups. I have a one year old, so you better believe we put these to good use!
I am really not brand-loyal to diapers. I want something that will do the job but without costing a fortune. I don't need the diaper to have a fancy print (my baby wears clothes so it goes unseen) and sometimes the more expensive diapers seem to be less absorbent. I hadn't tried Comforts for Baby before this, but I have used many other store brands before as well as name brands.
Comparing Comforts for Baby to other brands, I think that it performs just as well. My baby's diapers didn't leak, smell bad (some brands just reek- even before the baby goes potty!), or feel rough. My baby didn't seem to notice a difference, which I think is a good thing. For the price, I think that this diaper is worth trying. I also like that it is sold at Kroger, because it can make for one less stop when I'm running errands.
I'm actually more picky about what wipes I use, more so than the diapers! I've had wipes that smell horrible, fall apart when used, feel rough, and dry out quickly. I would actually buy the Comforts for Baby wipes. I had fragrance free wipes and they didn't tear when I used them on even the more challenging diaper changes. I also didn't have to use 3-4 on a bad diaper, I didn't use more than 2 at a time. So not only are they cheaper than many name brands, using fewer means you get even more for your money!
My only complaint is with the sippy cup, though I don't think this is an issue with Comforts for Baby as much as it is with the type of cup in general. My baby prefers to drink from a straw. He learned that really early (around 6 months!) and it has just been easier (and less messy) to use the straw style sippy cups. I checked the Accessories page on the Comforts for Baby website and they do have a straw style cup that I would love to try! The cup includes a "no spill" part, but it can make drinking out of the cup more difficult. When used without the "no spill" part, it just turns into a mess because my son shakes the cup (which is probably the reason for the "no spill" part, haha!). I do like that it is easier to clean than the straw style cups.
Comforts for Baby offers a variety of products for Newborns through Toddlers and is available at Kroger (and their family of stores).