Get Your Swag On With Pampers Cruisers #SagToSwag

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There is no doubt that we are HUGE fans of Pampers and have been for years. As a matter of fact it’s the only diaper that I would actually go out and buy. I remember when my son Kyle, age 14 soon to be 15, was born, my friends went out and bought another popular brand of diapers for me.  We originally started using Pampers from day 1 because it was what was used at the hospital, but my friends swear that the other brand was just as good, or even better. Well I didn’t have such good results with it, not at all. He would go to bed at night and when he woke up in the morning his diaper was wet as I expected it to be, but what I didn’t expect was to see a gel like substance on his tush. This didn’t just happen once but over and over again. Granted to say that I gave the rest of the diapers away and switched back to Pampers and have never looked back.

Kyle age 2 months

Now Kyle is all grown up and is no longer the baby and have been swagging for some time now. While I personally purchased Pampers Sensitive for my youngest when she was born I switched over to Pampers Cruisers once she got old enough. Why? Once your little one learns how to crawl there is no stopping them and you want them to move as freely as possible. That’s why we went with Pampers Cruisers. They are geared towards active babies and toddlers (from diaper size 3-6) and boy was Madison super active. There was no stopping her once she was on the move. Want to learn how you can encourage dancing toddlers? Just check out this post on 5 ways to encourage dancing toddlers.

However Pampers Cruisers is undergoing some new and exciting changes. How can you make an already good diaper even better? Well Pampers Cruisers will now feature three new “Extra Absorb ChannelsTM” in the diaper’s core which helps distribute wetness evenly so it stays drier and doesn’t sag like ordinary diapers. They will still provide up to 12 hours of protection to help your baby stay drier – and hear this,  the new channel design will reduce sag. As a result, babies can move, play and explore their world with a comfortable, better fitting diaper. We all know that us moms hate seeing saggy diapers on our little ones, I know that I do. As soon as I see any sign of sagging I must take that saggy diaper off.  I also like when my little one is able to sleep for long hours without having to wake up because of a wet diaper.

Our kids need to be able to experience the world at their convenience and Pampers is making that happen. The new Pampers Cruisers will allow them to move and play in their very own unique way, bringing out their own one-of-a-kind SWAG! Taking babies from sag to swag one bottom at a time, Pampers Cruisers will be celebrating every joyful wobble, crawl, run, skip, bounce and movement that makes each baby so uniquely special. Swag is all about movement and not just about style. You can check out this post about music and movement activities you can do with your toddler.

Also take a look at the Pampers Cruisers Diaper Commercial:

So get your swag on and go from Sag to Swag with the new Pampers Cruisers!

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