A couple of local businesses are collecting "personal care items" for indigent families in the town. They have a "wish list" posted on the bins. I got some multi-packs of toothbrushes and some "cavity-fighting toothpaste". Then, I went to check out diapers. Well, I never had children of my own, and the last time I changed a diaper was when I was in my tweens and those were cloth diapers. I found out a couple of things: there are an awful lot of brands plus store brands, PLUS, given that children go through a lot of these things, they are awfully expensive. I wound up getting a mega-pack of 10-14lb house-brand diapers, and a much smaller pack of "training diapers" (pull ups?) to donate. Does anyone have any recommendations for good, economical diapers and what sizes are most commonly used and needed? They also wanted baby formula and bottles and nipples. Baby formula is ungodly expensive, and I'd figure that the types of formula, bottles, nipples, etc, would be something a mother would choose based at least partly on the recommendation of the pediatrician. I noted that the mfrs each make several types of formula, does anyone know if you can get coupons that could be applied to any formula within a mfr's product line?