Delivery Service I Use

The Details

In partnership with Walmart Express delivery. All purchases and opinions are my own!

In partnership with Walmart. All purchases and opinions are my own. 

My Top | My Jeans

I’m convinced my next needlepoint project needs to be a pillow that says, “I would like it all, and I would like it delivered.” Cheeky pillows aside, I don’t know if I’ve ever had a blog post that feels so relatable to my life at the moment. Walmart now has EXPRESS delivery

While I have ventured out for errands, I’m not yet brave enough to bring both babies to the store with me. As I’m getting my routine down with both little ones, I find myself in many scenarios I need essentials delivered and delivered quickly. Out of diapers? Always. Maxi NEEDS 15 bandaids? A weekly occurrence. I forget the key ingredient for dinner? Happens far too often than I’d care to admit with this postpartum brain. The above photos, although a fun shoot, feature life as I know it. I’m always hunting for pacis, diapers, and Maxi’s snacks around the house. And I always am running out. All while stepping on top of her toys.

You may be wondering what the difference is between this and say a grocery pickup or delivery? You get delivery from your local Walmart store in 2 hours or less, and it’s the ultimate convenience. You can get anything your family might need quickly: formula, batteries, OTC pharmacy, deodorant, even toys for a birthday drive-by you forgot about. There’s no price markup on the items.

As I pour my heart and soul into raising two little ones, writing a blog I’m incredibly passionate about being a wife, a lot of things fall through the cracks. But those things that fall through the cracks- like forgetting butter for cookies you need to bake for a friend’s birthday? Those things aren’t the things to stress over. I’m learning to make things less difficult on myself and just outsource what I can, to invest in what truly matters. I used Walmart Express delivery myself the past two weeks to grab everything from fruit snacks to trash bags. Each time, my items were delivered faster {and more efficiently} than it would have taken me to feed Harry, load both kids in car seats, and get out of the car.

When presented with the opportunity to share this new service with you all, I thought, “Yes, this is my life right now. This is something we could all use right now.” I know many of you are about to be back to balancing home school and a full workload. Maybe you’re in grad school on Zoom lectures all day, with minimal time for errands. For as much time as we’ve had at home this year, it almost feels like we can have more on our plate as we adapt to all these changes thrown our way.

With Walmart Express delivery, you can also create an online profile that allows you to pull from your purchase history. You don’t waste time browsing brands, you just quickly add. A little efficient time mama hack for you! The delivery services are available between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. So if you’re like me and almost out of your toddler’s favorite snack, diapers for your baby, and needing a Barbie for a birthday, you can click here to try it.

Walmart Express delivery is subject to availability at select stores. Standard delivery fee and/or Express delivery fee may apply. Minimum order applies.

Leave a Note

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.


  1. Thanks for the review, Katey! ❤️✨

    Charmaine Ng | Architecture & Lifestyle Blog

    Published 27 Aug 20Reply
  2. Christine wrote:

    Oh my word that first picture cracked me up!! I love it! Thanks for always keeping things so real in a world of staged photos. Walmart delivery is a lifesaver for this mama too! I don’t know what I did before it (go IN to the store, YIKES haha).

    Published 29 Aug 20Reply