We were sent a pack of Pampers Baby Dry Pants to try out, as part of the Emma’s Diary partner campaign. We have used Pampers before, but we hadn’t tried the pull up ones.
Clara generally lies down really nicely to get her nappy changed but sometimes I do find myself chasing her around the room, hoping I can get her nappy on before she relieves herself all over the floor. The pull up style Pampers nappies are really easy and quick to get on – no more sticky tabs breaking off as you go to fasten them or realising half way through that you’ve put the nappy on back to front! And to remove you just rip the nappy down the side.
The nappies seem like they are a really comfortable fit. The elastic fits well around the tummy, leaving no marks or indentations, and feels very secure – unlike the tabs which are always either too tight or too loose! Clara hasn’t worked out yet that she can pull the nappy down, whereas she likes to undo nappies that fasten with the tabs.
On the downside, you do need to remove shoes and trousers/tights to change the nappy, and generally I try to keep them on when we are out and about, rather than having to undress and redress.
There have been no leaks, either during the day or at night, and the nappies seem to hold everything well. No red skin or nappy rash either, although Clara doesn’t often get nappy rash. She’s starting to tell us now when she has filled her nappy, or when she is about to, and she knows what the toilet is used for. At 19 months old we are not going to start potty training yet but pull up nappies will be really useful in those early potty training days when she is ready.
Overall we are impressed and would definitely buy these in the future. Most importantly Clara seems very happy playing and climbing and dancing around in them!
This post is part of the Emma’s Diary partner campaign with Pampers. We were sent a pack of Pampers Baby Dry Pants in return for an honest review. All words and opinions are my own.
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