Hello! I am a student at the University of Michigan studying business and I would really like some feedback about ordering diapers for your kids.
We want to install a weight sensor for diaper storage that could automatically reorder diapers for parents when there diaper inventory gets low. Would this be something you would use? Do babies typically go through diapers at a constant rate? Any feedback helps! Thanks!
Well, I Have 2 in diapers 20 months and 32 months so I have had quite some experience -
My 2 typically go through 5 nappies each in a 24 hour day so when I order my weekly food shopping I know exactly how many to order plus a few extra for just in case !
However when illness occurs and diapers are getting low either me or my hubby will nip to the corner shop to get some, it's no big deal to run out of diapers as they sell them pretty much everywhere. plus there is always a few spares in the changing bag should it be the middle of the night and we are desperate.
So no, it would be an expense not worth having. Sorry.
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