Check out the Baby Event on until Oct 23rd

When it comes to shopping, you are a savvy mom looking for a store that has everything you need for baby, and the whole family. At participating retailers below, you can shop for quality food, baby necessities and at some locations, even clothes for the entire family! By choosing a retailer that offers everything in one place, you save time and have more time for the little ones. 

To help make shopping even more convenient, these participating retailers below are bringing back the baby event from October 10-23, offering promotions on all your baby needs, like Pampers. 

Participating retailers include: Loblaws, Atlantic Superstore, Extra Foods, Your Independent Grocer, Zehrs Markets, Valu-mart and Real Canadian Superstore



There was one time I had three children under the age of six. I had no choice but to take them all with me to do the shopping. At times if got crazy, but I learned a few tricks. Never take them out before  a nap or when hungry. If you do, you are in for disaster. Make a list and plan, plane what you need to pick up and from where. 

As my children got older, things got easier. Now I can go into the store and send them to grab items from other aisles. My boys are often helping people grab items from the top shelves as well. But I still prefer the one stop shops. The places I can go into and get everything I need. Before heading out to shop I do the following

  • Check stores for deals
  • Bring flyers or save deals on my phone for price matching
  • Bring coupons
  • Make a list

When you have a family time is precious and quickly gets away from you. Make the most of it and enjoy every minute 🙂 

When my children were babies, there was only one brand I trusted, Pampers! See below for tips for making your shopping trips more efficient from Pampers


Tips for making your shopping trips more efficient

Can grocery shopping feel daunting? Check out these tips and tricks that can help you get the most out of your trips to the store.

1. Always go with a list.

Do you often find yourself aimlessly wandering around the grocery store, forgetting what you’re missing at home? By making a to-buy list you can target exactly what you need, allowing you to get in and get out. And, you can save money by only purchasing necessities!

2. Navigate the store like a pro

If you visit the same store each week, organize your list by aisles to save you from backtracking.

3. Schedule a shopping day

Pick one day a week and designate as your “shopping day”. This way everyone in the family knows to request the items they need before then, which will help you avoid multiple trips to the store.

4. Pick a store that has everything you need

Don’t waste time travelling, going from store to store. Instead, visit a store that meets all your needs from food, to clothing to baby necessities like Pampers.

5. Look for specials & shopping events that’ll help you save

Visit Loblaws, Atlantic Superstore, Extra Foods, Your Independent Grocer, Zehrs Markets, Valu-mart or Real Canadian Superstore from October 10-23 for the baby event. The event includes exciting offers on all things baby to make shopping even more convenient! Check out the flyer from your participating banners for details!

Do you have any shopping tips to add?


Disclosure: I am a P&Gmom/mamanP&G. As part of my affiliation with this group I receive products and special access to P&G events and opportunities. The opinions on this blog are my own.


  1. Those are awesome tips! I think I would add in planning your weekly/monthly meal menu for your family according to what is on sale as well as what you have on hand at home. I do this and it saves me a tremendous amount of money and time shopping! If ground beef and pork chops are on sale for a great price that week I plan my meals around those main ingredients. I check my cupboards, fridge and freezer to see what I have on hand to add to make meals. I then look to see what is on sale for produce and other items needed to complete my meals.

    Another great tip is to stock up. When something goes on sale for a "rock bottom" price (eg: Lean Ground Beef $2.49/lb or less) I tend to spend a good $50-$80 on it. Then I take it and make 1lb-2lb packages for pasta meals, meatloaves etc and also pre-make hamburger patties too. Stocking up when sales are low is great because it gives you time to make it through to the next low sale cycle without having to purchase that item at full price!

    Thanks for this post I am going to have to take a peek at the baby event and see what deals I can find for sweet little Bella!
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  2. This sounds like it's going to be a lot of fun. I miss when mine were little.

  3. Going with a list is key! I also am a fan of the new President's Choice loyalty card, my rewards seem to be adding up fast!

  4. I have a baby shower to attend, and this would be a great way to get my friend started on some baby essentials. Thanks for sharing this.

  5. I would be so lost without a list, I couldn't even imagine!

  6. onlybluemomma3 says

    A lot of great info. I will be sure to pass this on to all my friends with young ones!

  7. These are some fantastic tips! The baby event is a great time to shop for all things baby!

  8. Elizabeth Matthiesen says

    I do wish they'd had this sort of thing when mine were babies. It certainly sounds like it could be very helpful especially to first time mothers

  9. Ah! Thanks for the heads up… off to stock up on diapers, wipes and baby food!

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