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Wednesday, August 14, 2013

A Drypers Kid Is A Happy Kid


It felt like just yesterday when Jayne was born. It's not cliche, but time passes by so much quicker when you are a mom - I have no idea where the years went to. Just 4 years ago, I got started (for the second time) on the never-ending cycle of feeding, burping and diaper-changing. Fast forward four years, Jayne is now a happy pre-schooler. Life has become easier after she became day toilet trained, but during the nights, she still goes to bed in diapers. And that calls for diapers that meet all four criteria I go for - I call them the "ABCDs of Diapers":





With 7 years of mothering experience in my pocket, you bet I have tried many brands of diapers on the market before. Of them, Drypers happens to be one of my most favourite brands because it fulfils the ABCDs of diapers. With the amount of diapers they use on a daily basis, it is no wonder Affordability is at the top of my list. Any parent would agree with me that raising a kid is not cheap at all - every cent counts. And to spend tons on something that would be soiled and thrown away?

Now, in case you think that I am the bimbo mom who only goes for pretty-looking diapers (who sees them anyway, you ask?), my girl is the one who's really fussy. I can hardly blame her - She trots around the house wearing just her PJ top and diapers when night falls, and she has to make sure she still looks like a princess in that outfit. I am sure you can tell from the grin on her face that she's happy with the elephant prints on her Drypers Wee Wee Dry.

Anyway, if beauty is not of importance, all diapers will be sold in plain whites without any cartoons printed on them, isn't it? I remember when my kids were still babies, I used to distract them with the cartoons with the diapers while changing their diapers for them so that they will cooperate without fussing. They are kind of useful in that way. =)

Baby skin is delicate and can be easily irritated, especially when diapers are worn for a long period of time overnight. Thankfully, our experience using Drypers Wee Wee Dry has been very good so far. The girl wears one diaper through the night for 10-12 hours without any leakages or irritation to the skin. Quite frankly, it is not funny at all if your kid wakes you up in the middle of the night complaining that her diaper has leaked and her bed is wet. A reliable diaper is so very important for the sanity of the mother. And since Jayne sleeps through the night without any fussing 95% of the time, it is reasonable to assume that Drypers Wee Wee Dry is comfortable to wear as well. Kids have the least tolerance for discomfort and are not afraid to tell you so.

What are your expectations of a good diaper? To me, it has to be the perfect combination of the ABCD factors, and I'm convinced about Drypers Wee Wee Dry. If you have not tried Drypers, I urge you to get free samples from Drypers Facebook page and let your kids try it.


P/S: We received complimentary diapers and compensation for this post, but all opinions, photographs and model are mine.

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