Pampers is a big name in the baby world and for very good reason; they know what they are doing. When we were expecting our first child, there was no other diaper I ever considered using other than Pampers. My sisters used them with their kids, and my mom used them on us – and they all loved them. I stocked up on the Pampers Swaddlers and after using them for 2 months now, I have to say that I completely trust them. We never have issues with leaks, they are soft, they are easy to put on and, well, they are just the best.
My sweet baby boy has been cursed with sensitive skin. It really is a nightmare, especially when it comes to wiping him clean. We have tried so many other types of wipes in the past, and all of them have left his little bottom sore and chapped, all but one; the Pampers Sensitive ThickCare wipes. These wipes are awesome! They are sensitive enough to care for his super delicate skin, yet they are thick enough to handle even the toughest messes. I am so thankful for these wipes, and so is my son’s little bottom (even if he doesn’t quite know it.)
My little guy is always on the run! Ever since he started walking, he has been non-stop on the go. Since he is always moving, I noticed that he was experiencing a lot of leaks from the last brand of diapers that we were using. So, in order to stop these leaks, I switched to the Huggies Snug and Dry Diapers and I have noticed a big improvement. Not only do these diapers work great, but because they are sold in bulk, we are stocked up for a good while. This really is an excellent product.
I am all about being green and I do my part to be as friendly to the environment as I possibly can be. When it comes to diapering my baby, while I know that cloth diapers are really the best for environmental purposes, I just can’t stomach using them. However, thanks to the Seventh Generation Free and Clear Baby Diapers, I don’t have to worry about hurting the environment or dealing with the hassle and the mess of cloth diapers. These diapers are biodegradable, so they won’t leave a big footprint, and they make diapering and changing a breeze.