When we are out playing with the kids, the last thing we want the little ones to have to deal with is a saggy diaper. As a mom, I want to make sure that when my kids are playing, they can all play and have fun, even if the youngest is in diapers. I want them to all be able to keep up and not fall behind when the kids are running because their diaper is in the way. So when I was asked to check out the new Pampers Cruisers, which can be found at Target, and see the difference, I was very excited to get started!
During the summer, the little ones tend to wear little to no clothes at times, where we allow them to run in their diaper so they can stay cool and enjoy their playtime. But with the leaves beginning to change up here in the Pacific Northwest and the rainy weather coming in, the clothing optional option is no longer a option but a necessity. For us, the weather is already a lot cooler, and with my kids, we are pulling out the rain jackets and fall clothing. So when it comes to the diapers, I dont want them to mimic the rainy weather and be soggy, but offer comfort, allowing my little one to stop and play in a puddle, without having a diaper cause issues with his movement, which is what we get with the new Pampers Cruisers!
With the new extra absorb channels, they help to distribute the wetness evenly, taking my little guy from the soggy bottom boys club, to the big kids club where a saggy diaper is not a issue! These new extra absorb channels are great for keeping baby drier, which helps to reduce the sag, and with the fact that they are Pampers, I like knowing that they have that Pampers fit, which also offers extra protection.
Making the new Pampers Cruisers, which can be found at Target, a great diaper to have for any active babies, to help transform that sag into swag! And right now through September 5th, when you buy 2 packs of the Pampers Giant packs you can get a $10 Target Gift Card!!!
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