Getting a Good Dose of Shuteye Thanks to Pampers Baby Dry!

Let’s be real—every parent dreams of the day they aren’t dealing with diapers anymore. I mean, you get all sorts of kids in those early years—the ones totally okay wearing a soiled diaper even though it’s clearly not a good idea. The ones who freak out over a wet diaper, even when it’s spilling what they’re drinking that caused it. The kids who prefer going “au naturel” and can’t wait to get it off so they can streak through the house. The truly bold who’ll throw a diaper at your head in the midst of a tantrum. You could have any of a number of children in those early years, but at least you know one thing—no matter what kind of kid you’ve got in diapers, Pampers has you covered!

Getting a Good Dose of Shuteye Thanks to Pampers Baby Dry! — Holding a New Baby

For more than fifty years, parents have trusted Pampers, which undergo extensive testing with paediatricians, dermatologists and parents to meet the needs of their most important customers —the babies they’d give anything for. And that trust’s there for a good reason, too—as part of the Procter & Gamble company, Pampers stands as the #1 selling diaper worldwide, with more than 25 million babies across 100 countries wearing them every day.

As you probably know—they don’t just do diapers; with wipes and training pants as well, they have a number of products that’ll offer the comfort and protection your baby needs for every stage of their development. And right at the core of that development—no matter who your child is—is one solitary thing: sleep.

Your Sleep Doesn’t Have to be As Bad As It Is — a Look at the Pampers Baby Dry Diaper!

As the oldest of three boys, I often joke I wound up shortest because I traded sleep for productivity, but that’s not a mistake I want my sons to repeat, making sure they get as much sleep as possible each night. I’m sure the parents of all the newborns out there wish the same—but there’s something that might work against them: their babies’ skin.

Getting a Good Dose of Shuteye Thanks to Pampers Baby Dry! — Smiling Asian Babies

Research shows that babies’ skin is sensitive. So sensitive, in fact, that it can sense wetness and react like an alarm clock, potentially waking your baby early from a peaceful sleep when they wet themselves overnight, and they will wet themselves. But Pampers Baby Dry diapers make sure that while other things might wake them up—shout out to the pots and pans you drop when you’re trying to do the dishes—their diapers won’t be one of them!

But How Does the Pampers Baby Dry Work?

Pampers Baby Dry diapers now contain the same Extra Absorb Channels you find in Pampers Swaddlers and Cruisers, making them thinner and drier for superior overnight protection and comfort. (It also makes Pampers the only brand to offer this innovation across their entire diaper line!) They leverage Pampers‘ thick-to-thin technology to redistribute wetness evenly across those channels and lock it away to keep your baby even drier than before. They even have extra absorbent layers which keep your baby up to three times drier and give you both the rest you need for a new day ahead.

Well-researched and well-designed, they’re the perfect complement to the little people in our lives… why have them wear something that’ll distract them from all that discovery?

One Day We Won’t Need Diapers Anymore — ‘Til Then We Have Pampers!

Getting a Good Dose of Shuteye Thanks to Pampers Baby Dry! — The Palmer Boys

This too shall pass—my boys won’t need Pampers‘ protection forever. They’ll find their own way to school. Learn to drive. Start careers and maybe start families of their own. I’ll need different tools at different points in their lives to support them as a father, but I’m glad that for now, I can gladly put Pampers on that list.

Good luck with the babies in your lives, and remember—the things that make parenting easier for you are often ones you should keep close at hand.

Pampers Baby Dry will do just that.

Until the next,

–case p.


Disclaimer: I wrote this post with the support of Pampers, who supplied product and compensation for these words. That said, all thoughts, opinions and experiences remain 100% my own—I hope you enjoyed it!

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