I had my first daughter just after I had read a little ad on Pampers coupons. I didn’t realize that it would be something critical to me, so I just ignored it at the time. Then the used up diapers came: Piled high, each one was a little bit of money soaked in my little child’s leavings. I started to wonder how much they cost, and by the time I had finished running the numbers, I noticed that they were far more costly than I thought.
I searched everywhere for that article again, for those coupons, just so I could make keeping my girl in soft, comfortable, clean diapers just a bit more affordable for her young mom and dad. Thankfully, I finally found them, and copied them out, and gave them over to the checkout when I was in the store with my next mountain of diapers. I took them home and, even though they were used up in no time, I felt like I had at least made headway: I could buy the same high quality diapers as normal, but still manage to save money.
I got addicted to it, it turns out! I couldn’t even dream to get a new package of diapers without my Pampers coupons. I had even saved enough money to buy myself a treat later on that month – with no one the wiser. It was a good thing, and a weight off my back to know I had made little steps towards keeping a little of that cash in my wallet, and taking a bit of the weight off of my new parent duties.
So, how much does it run for? Not much – just a few moments that can go a long way to keeping you in the black. Something I’ve learned is that every cent counts, especially with how expensive it is to be a parent these days. Those pennies – and nickles and dimes – can find their way into your child’s college fund – or that vacation you’ve been wanting to take!
Just remember what those Pampers coupons did for me. It gave me that little boost to know that I was doing my part to keep my finances in order, to make sure my little daughter was clean and fresh – it was my job, after all, as her father, and those Pampers coupons helped more than I could ever have thought.
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