August 18, 2015

Kidgets Diapers and Ava's PB&J Cups

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This is a sponsored post for Family Dollar, however all opinions are mine.
I've got an infant and a toddler at home and let me tell you we go through a lot of diapers! 
My kids go through 7+ disposable diapers a day and that adds up fast! 
When I was sent a pack of Kidgets diapers, available exclusively through Family Dollar Stores, I jumped at the chance to try them out! This value brand costs less than other diapers brands but offers the same great quality and comfort. Sounds good to me!
My biggest concern was fit. I have two active kiddos and I want them to be comfy and not have itchy or droopy diapers. Kidgets diapers passed with flying colors! I had Ava and Stella both wear the diapers all day and they fit snug (with a surprising amount of stretch on the sides!) but the material was soft on their skin, like cloth, leaving no marks or scratches like diapers sometimes do.
Next, it was nap time. We have a problem with diapers leaking with both girls when they lay down for a while. The Kidgets diapers held up with no leaks, which was a huge plus! 
Ava gives Kidgets Diapers a thumbs up (and Stella gives them a big ol' smile).
I would recommend these to family and friends who are looking for a quality diaper for a good price! 

Not only are budget-friendly Kidgets Diapers offered at a great value at Family Dollar stores but they also offer a 100% satisfaction guaranteed or your money back!

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Peanut butter and jelly cups
Since I told y'all about diapers for my kiddos, I thought I would share a recipe for kiddos too!
This fun take on a PB&J sandwich is so easy to make your toddler can do it!
Ava had a blast making these PB&J Cups and she only made a little mess! 


  • 1- 15 count box baked mini phyllo dough shells (thawed if frozen or shelved in the baking aisle)
  • 5 tbsp creamy peanut butter
  • 2 1/2 tbsp seedless fruit jam (I used raspberry and blackberry)


  1. Fill each shell with 1 tsp peanut butter and 1/2 tsp jam.
  2. Store covered in the fridge for up to 24 hours.
Recipe from Parents Magazine. 

These little tart shells are awesome! I use them often for party appetizers and I love 
the idea of serving them with peanut butter and jelly for bite size snacks for Ava.
All you need is creamy peanut butter and a seedless fruit jam or two.
I chose raspberry and blackberry. 
Fill each shell with 1 tsp peanut butter.
Add 1/2 tsp jam on top of the peanut butter.
Now dig in (and get messy) like Ava! 
She is a peanut butter and jelly eatin' fool! 
"Want to try one?"
My girl is such a big helper!

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