Still going strong with the Little Journey brand! Little Cub is now in size 5 with cute little giraffes on them! I don’t know if they are a less popular size of diaper, or what is going on, but one time be got the last box of 5s, and last time we went shopping they were completely out! We had to get Parent’s Choice size 5 diapers, which aren’t much more per diaper, so not a bad alternative and cheap solution.
We are still using Little Journey diapers for Little Cub. She is 15 months old and has been in size 4 for quite some time now. I did want to mention that the little yellow wetness indicator strip are only in diapers up to size 2. Although these bigger diapers don’t have the strip, they still hold up against a ton of wetness. Sometimes we wake up to find a wet bed, but this only happens every few months or less.
Today I am going to tell you about Aldi brand Little Journey diapers. We decided to use this brand of diaper as a cheaper alternative, and maybe we just got lucky, but these diapers work pretty well with our baby. It was also really cool that Aldi was coming out with their Little Journey line of baby products right around the time my little cub was born, so we got pretty lucky all around!
Do these diapers hold up to leaks?
The Off-Brand Diapers That Work (and Save a TON of Money)
Even though they are off-brand (i.e. an alternative to expensive Pampers, Luvs, or Huggies diapers), they can take a decent amount of wetness without leaking. They even has the yellow indicator strip that turns blue when wet, exactly the same as the name brand diapers do.
I know that diaper material and skin issues can be a big issue for some kids, but we haven’t had these issues.They do not affect my daughter’s skin at all.
These diapers seem to run just a little big in size compared to the Pampers they had us using in the hospital. While I do not see them to be quite as good of a product as name-brand diapers, these are a great and cheap alternative, as name-brand can be so expensive.
As the diaper sizes get bigger, the quantity of diapers per pack gets less, which kind of stinks, but this seems to be the norm with other brands of diapers as well. It is also true that babies do need less and less diapers as time goes on, so I’m sure this evens out.
My Review of Aldi Little Journey Diapers
As long as your baby does not have too sensitive of skin, these diapers are a go! Even though these aren’t quite as good as name-brand and nighttime protection diapers, these are a good buy as a cheap, generic brand alternative for your baby. This is why I would give them 4.5/5 stars.
Save your money and go with the new diapers on the block. Don’t pay for the advertising of name-brands!
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