When Nicky was a little baby I tried different nappy brands and eventually settled on Pampers. We’ve been using them ever since. Now that he is older, our needs have changed. I’m working very hard to get him potty trained and he is out of nappies during the day. When night time comes however, we still need a safety net that both acknowledges his growing independence, as well as providing backup for accidents. We also need a nappy that can withstand the kind of movement Nicky likes to do when we put the pajamas on. Pampers new unisex pants are perfect for this need.
Potty training is just plain awful. We are still in the smelly middle of it. One day this kid is going to consistently poop in the potty instead of his pants, but until then I am resigned to cleaning up the mess. I need some light at the end of the tunnel, and these pants are what I am holding onto, because at least for one portion of the day (um, I mean night) I don’t have to stress.
Here’s my reasons why the #NewPampersPants are making my life easier at night:
– Security: The pants will securely capture any accidents at night. There’s an extra sleep layer that will absorb them.
-Comfort: There are micropores which make the pants more breathable and keep the child dry.
-Building independence: They aren’t nappies, they are pants: which helps in the transition to being a “big boy” who no longer needs nappies. He can even pull down his own pants if he needs to go at night.
-Toddler-proof! Any mom of a kid will know that little ones just don’t sit still. After bath time when I start putting on his #NewPampersPants and pajamas Nicky insists on jumping and playing on the bed. It is with great difficulty that I manage to get his clothes on as he prefers to be naked. Fortunately the pants have a stretchy waistband and leg cuffs as well as a less bulky design. If you want to know what I mean, take a look at this video of Nicky playing on our bed:
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*I was provided with a pack of the pants for review.*