These moms have some experience when it comes to changing diapers, but when it comes to forking out the cash for them, they say their savings goes fast.
We asked them to compare the brand-name favorites to some generic diapers and weigh in on how they measure up.
"I tried the generics with my oldest daughter who's now five and realized that it was just a hassle and really a waste of money because you went through so many so fast," said Ashley Taylor.
"Everybody's going to try the cheaper diapers just to try," added Stephanie Ashley, "but I wouldn't, because you're really not saving money if you buy a whole pack of diapers and they just leak out of them."
A mother of three, Ashley Taylor, said Pampers are worth the $3.50 more you pay for a pack of 42 diapers compared to Parent's Choice.
"They do cost more and it is a sacrifice," Ashley Taylor explained. "I have to cut other places to pay for the diapers."
But Stephanie Ashley sticks with another name brand on her 3-month-old son Nicholas.
"Off-brand diapers are horrible," Ashley said. "Now with him, every time I'd put one on him, besides the fact that he leaks out of it, all his clothes are wet, he's wet ... the stickers where you snap them are really bad to come loose, so with him I've just bought Huggies."
When shopping at Walmart, like Pampers, they also cost $9.47.
There's no question with the moms we asked that Huggies and Pampers won out, but when it comes to Luvs and Parent's Choice, we decided to do our own test.
The results of our 59 News experiment revealed you get what you pay for. Cheaper is not always better. But if you can't afford the name brand, you can get the off-brand at Walmart for less than $6.
A dollar more will get you Luvs, but Stephanie Ashley said coupons and buying in bulk are your best bet.
"Always do the coupons, because you can get 2, 3, 4 dollars off a pack of diapers," continued Ashley. "For me, the best way I save money on diapers is usually I go to Sam's and buy a big box."