I'm sure we've all heard the message before, that it's important to buy what you need...in bulk, so that you don't have to spend the extra dollars on buying the same stuff in individual packs. Of course, what I'm learning now is that the same thing/concept actually applies to baby supplies! More specifically diapers! Sure, it's a physically straining thing to think about when you consider that huuuuge box of diapers from the wholesale club...but according to parents.com, doing this can actually save you about $170 a year! Now, in my books, that's more than worth it! I'll just fire up the tractor right now to carry it! But what about you? Would you rather save yourselves the physical effort by buying a fair amount every now and then, as opposed to this big, 228-count carton? Do you think that this statistic actually represents the cost difference? Or is it all a big exaggeration? Let me know your views!