Once a baby is no longer drinking formula, the next big money break for a parent comes after potty training. Diapers are expensive, but necessary to child rearing (although some new wave, non-diapering parents would beg to differ).
In my quest to find a great diaper for less money, I have tried Kroger Store Brand Comforts diapers on numerous occasions. Like many diapers, I have found that now that my son is a toddler, these diapers are actually a good value.
The Kroger Comforts Diapers have a soft feel and a wide elastic tab with great stretch. The diapers also have a wide closure strip, which allows for greater variability in the fit of the diaper.
The bulk of the Kroger Comforts diapers is a good cross between absorbancy and ease of movement for your toddler. They can stand up to overnight wear, without causing the tell-tale "diaper gait" that many bulky diapers cause.
Another plus for these value priced diapers is that they do not cause a rash on my son, as many store brand diapers seem to do.
For price and value, it is hard to beat a store brand diaper. Unfortunately, the value can be undermined by poor performance. In the case of Kroger Comforts diapers, quality does not have to be sacrificed to pay a price that parents can afford.