Diaper Brand Spotlight Series: Parent's Choice

by Julie Siewert July 26, 2018

Diaper Brand Spotlight Series: Parent's Choice

With gazillions of different diaper brands out there, it’s hard to know which ones to buy for your baby. By doing your research and comparing the brands, you can narrow down the list of diapers you’d like to try. Here we’ve compiled the available information about Parent’s Choice diapers in one convenient post for you.

Here is everything you ever wanted to know about Walmart’s Parent’s Choice diapers.

 

*Disclaimer: This post is in no way sponsored or endorsed by Walmart™ or Parent’s Choice™. I’m just a mama who knows how to use her keyboard to find information. Any mistakes or inaccuracies in this post are my own, and I will gladly correct them with the right information, once I know about it. To find further information about Parent’s Choice diapers, visit their website at www.walmart.com.

 

Let’s start with my completely subjective thoughts about Parent’s Choice diapers. These diapers are trim. I have heard others complain that Parent’s Choice diapers are scratchy. I think that was a previous version of this brand (they have had many updates through the years), as these don’t feel scratchy to me. The current version is a white diaper with a printed design at the front waist area.

 

Diaper Brand Spotlight Series: Parent's Choice

 

Here’s the basics:

Parent’s Choice diapers are an economical choice, with their regular prices currently running $.11-$.23 per diaper.

Parent’s Choice diapers are made in the USA with 60% or more US materials. While many other brands are made in the USA, this is the first brand (that I have noticed) that has shared information about where the materials are sourced from.

Parent’s Choice diapers are sold in Walmart stores and online.

Parent's Choice diapers have a wetness indicator in all sizes.

 

What isn’t in a Parent’s Choice diaper?

Parent’s Choice diapers are perfume free and latex free. They are also hypoallergenic.

 

Parent’s Choice sizing:

Newborn size

Less than 10 lbs.

Size 1

8-14 lbs.

Size 2

12-18 lbs.

Size 3

16-28 lbs.

Size 4

22-37 lbs.

Size 5

27+ lbs.

Size 6

35+ lbs.

Size 7

41+ lbs.

2T/3T

Up to 34 lbs.

3T/4T

32-40 lbs.

4T/5T

38+ lbs.

S/M

38-65 lbs.

L/XL

60-125 lbs.

 

Parent’s Choice also makes Overnight diapers (sizes 3-6), Training Pants (sizes 2T/3T, 3T/4T, and 4T/5T) and Youth Bedtime (or Nighttime) Underpants (sizes S/M and L/XL).

 

How they stand out: Parent’s Choice is one of the few brands of diapers available in size 7 (41+ pounds). Most other brands only go up to size 6.

 

Just for giggles, a common misspelling for Parent’s Choice is Parents Choice.

 

 Modest Mama Diaper Sampler Package: Try 8 low-cost diaper samples

Try a Diaper Sampler Package to sample and compare diaper brands side-by-side. This Modest Mama Diaper Variety Package includes store-brand and name-brand diapers.

 

And there you have it. Everything you ever wanted to know about Parent’s Choice diapers.

 

The reviews look good on these, but you won't know how they work for YOUR baby until you give them a try!

 

Diaper Dabbler carries 3-pack samples of Parent’s Choice diapers in Newborn and size 1 

 

Try Newborn Samples button   

Try Size 1 Samples button

 

Parent’s Choice diapers are included in the Newborn Babes, Modest Mama and the Prepared Parent Diaper Variety Package. They are also available in our Custom Diaper Variety Packages in Newborn and Size 1.

 

Looking for more information on all the brands? Check out our Diaper Brand Research and Information page, read the other Diaper Brand Spotlight Series posts and look for future Diaper Brand Spotlight series posts!

 

 



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