Thursday 20 July 2017

Pampers got our back

Time sure flies.

This time last year, I was almost 9 months pregnant and stocking up on newborn-sized Pampers. 

Then I had the baby and Pampers became one of the few things I didn't have to worry about. For example, even in the middle of summer, diaper rash for us was almost non-existent. 

Also, that wetness indicator strip down the middle, that goes from yellow to blue when the diaper is wet, was a life-saver.

You might think that's silly, but those two simple things were a lot of help during these first few sleep-deprived months. 

Time flew by again and we quickly jumped to size 2, 3 and now 4. 

This time, it's Pampers that changed into a more fitting appearance, so don't get confused next time you are at the supermarket:
Both New Baby Premium Protection and Pampers Premium Protection Active Fit now have a new brand new packaging, as Pampers Premium Care

Turquoise and gold look good on our diaper station set-up.

And that’s the face of someone who doesn’t like changes –like the fact he has grown out of his changing table.

In fact, soon he won’t be able fit there at all – or he won’t want to stay horizontal long enough - so we are going to “graduate” into Pampers Pants and start changing while standing up, like a big boy. 

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