Almost time I found out I was pregnant I subscribed to The Honest Company diapers and wipes bundle. I was already getting the essentials bundles and I knew I would use their diapers, too.
With this bundle you get 8 packs of diapers and 4 packs of wipes in the Newborn bundle and 6 packs of diapers and 4 packs of wipes in the other sizes. The amount of diapers per back and per bundle varies by size. Here are the specifics:
Newborn (up to 10lbs) 40 diapers per pack, 320 diapers total
Size 1 (8-14lbs) 44 diapers per pack, 264 diapers total
Size 2 (12-18lbs) 40 diapers per pack, 240 diapers total
Size 3 (16-28lbs) 34 diapers per pack, 204 diapers total
Size 4 (22-37lbs) 29 diapers per pack, 174 diapers total
Size 5 (27lbs+) 25 diapers per pack, 150 diapers total
Size 6 (35lbs+) 22 diapers per pack, 132 diapers total
We have never had issues with running out of diapers. One bundle lasts us longer than a month. We change our daughter’s diapers as often as she needs to be changed but these diapers are super absorbent. They are near full by the time she can tell she is wet. We do occasionally get over night leaks but only because we have issues with what size to put on her. She is thin and can wear the smaller sizes but she really needs the higher absorbency of the larger sizes. If she is wearing the largest size that she can wear, the size that fits the average weight for her age, then she doesn’t leak even if we don’t change her all night.
The bundle is $79.95 with free shipping. You can also add on 3 extra items at a discount of their regular prices and with no shipping charge for those either. I usually add extra wipes to ours because that is my only complaint about this bundle. There just aren’t enough wipes for us.
These diapers and wipes are free of all the things I’m personally allergic too. The diapers do contain corn, I believe. So, if you or your child has that particular allergy then these diapers aren’t for you. For us, these are perfect and the only diapers I feel really safe using. I know there are other diapers that are also free of allergens but none have these adorable print options with new prints added all the time. And no others are offered in mail order subscriptions that save me from having to shop. My daughter hates people. She’s a homebody. So, its much easier to avoid shopping when necessary.
We actually didn’t need diapers again yet but I wanted to order some before the new print options sold out. They do that sometimes and take a bit to come back in stock. We are planning to skip next month and probably a bit longer since we now have a decent stockpile of diapers.
The bundle comes in a REALLY big box from FEDEX. They say to allow 5 to 7 days for delivery but we usually get ours in about 5 days. The Essentials bundles usually get here quicker than that. I assume because the boxes are much smaller.
These are Size 2 diapers. My daughter is 12lbs right now. So she can still wear Size 1 but I ordered these in Size 2 to be safe since she is due another growth spurt and we still have about half of the last diaper shipment we got.
This is one of the newest diaper prints. Most of the prints available are limited prints. They release new prints at least once a season. If a print is popular they sometimes bring them back as permanent prints.
If you want to try The Honest Company you can do that here:
You can order sample kits of the essentials, diapers and I think vitamins for just the cost of shipping. You can pay $12.95 for a single full size container of the formula to try it out (regular price of the formula is $29.95 a container).
*Keep in mind that if you order free samples they will charge you for and ship you a full bundle not long after you request the samples. They give you this info before you order the samples and they email you to warn you before they charge for the bundles. So, read everything and check your email. You can cancel the subscription if you want by calling them and/or you can push back your charging and shipping date as many times as you want too. You control it all from your account page on the Honest website.