Pampering all the way

October 05, 2015 docdivatraveller 8 Comments

I am an eighteen month old mom. Yes I know it sounds strange  but its a fact! The moment a baby is born, a mother is also born! So in that way I am eighteen months old as a mom. Phew time really flies! Who knew that a girl (me) who did not know how to cook would mature as a wife and mom!

Over these eighteen months I have learnt a myriad of things. Apart from mastering in skills how to control her (not that I am a pro, I am learning everyday) I have learnt quite many things about babies as well as mums. The first and foremost thing is that babies need to be comfortable. When babies are at ease, their moms are too!

My baby in Pampers Premium Care pants

There are mainly three things that annoy babies (apart from medical problems) hunger, wetness and sleep. These three things are interdependent on each other. If the baby is hungry or wet, she won't be able to sleep. And if the baby is unable to sleep, she would be cranky and so would be her mom! Its a vicious cycle. One of the major things that ensure the comfort of your precious baby is what diaper you are making her wear. While some things are not in your hands, choosing the right diaper for her is definitely on your discretion!
I have been a Pampers mom right from the beginning. First I used active baby diapers but then my naughty baby would remove the flaps by herself and become diaper free. Then I switched on to pants. Pants are definitely way better to put them on and for the baby too. I was pretty satisfied but the probability of diaper rash always used to scare me.

Pampers Premium Care Pants

Then came the Pampers Premium care pants. It is supposedly the softest kind of diapers ever produced. And a week after using it, I totally agree with their claim!
There are many new features in these pants.
First they are actually very soft and smooth.
Then there is a wetness indicator (there is a yellow line that turns blue with the amount of fluid that is absorbed)

The one on the left is a wet diaper (note the blue line) while the right one is new (fresh yellow line)

These offer upto 12 hours of dryness! That means your baby can sleep peacefully throughout the entire night! Its not advisable though to keep on a diaper for twelve hours. I mean during waking times, diaper should be changed frequently.
The diaper has aloe vera lotion that would keep your baby's skin soft and protect it from diaper rash.
There is a strip on the pant that makes disposing really easy.
It has special absorbent gel that absorbs all the liquid in a jiffy!
Also the side elastic is so soft and stretchable that your baby won't feel anything!

My super active baby comfortable in her Premium care pants
So in all I am pretty much satisfied with these premium care pants because it has got all the properties a mother can ask for in a diaper!

Comfort is the best gift a mom can give her baby....

“This blogpost is written for the Pampers #SoftestForBabySkin activity in association with BlogAdda”

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  1. Omg this post is to adorable your baby is so cute and the pamper are a perfect way to prevent for babies to be uncomfortable and very cool with design on them.

  2. Your little girl is so adorable. I'm glad you found the perfect diapers. It must be awful when a baby is able to remove her diapers. Wish you girls a happy Monday!

    xx /

  3. Aww...ur baby is so cute.

  4. cute..both the baby and the mom... :-) and, you're right! A mother is born at the moment the baby lets out the first cry... :-)

  5. Hello friend, your writing is quite impressive! You have explained all about your experience of being a mother. These things are the common for every new mother. It matters how perfectly you take care of your baby. Choosing any ordinary product for babies is not safe at all rather you need to talk to your doctor while choosing skin products like oil, soap, shampoo etc. Baby diaper is also another important thing. Some diapers may create rashes on your baby's skin hence always try to prefer a diaper that is hygienic. Choosing quality baby product.