This post was sponsored by Pampers Pure Protection.
I’ve had the most confidence with my third child than with any of my other kids. Experience, age, and practice play a major role in that for me. I remember being pretty stressed and nervous with my first because I had no idea what I was doing. I had read books and articles online but when David actually arrived I felt panicked because I didn’t know what I was supposed to do!
With time I’ve also learned what to focus on and what to let slide. I was rigid with my kids’ schedule before, but now I’ve learned to be a bit more flexible and not rely on a specific timeline with Emily. In the words of my friend Kacia, “they aren’t little robots you can program.”
I was in my second trimester with Emily when I excitedly joined the Pampers Pure Tribe. I went to Cincinnati for two days shortly after starting the partnership to learn all about the Pampers Pure Protection diapers and wipes. I wasn’t sure what to expect at the event but I learned so much and wanted to share all of the information that I learned while I was there.
One of the coolest things I experienced was feeling the difference between the breathable Pampers Pure Protection diapers and another leading diaper. Since Emily was born in May, we have several very hot months ahead and I was so pleased at how much more comfortable the diaper was for her. And in case you’re confused, breathable doesn’t mean leak-prone! It simply means that the outer layer of the diaper offers the right amount of airflow while still keeping leaks away.
Pampers Pure Protection diapers and wipes are free of fragrances, lotions, and chlorine bleaching, but still have the Pampers protection I trust. We used Pampers Swaddlers on the boys, and that was the only diaper we would put on them at night, because it was the only one that didn’t leak! We love the Pampers Pure Collection because we feel we don’t have to compromise between protection and ingredients. It’s what I want for Emily – and for me.
Let’s not skip over the fact that the patterns on the diapers are so cute. I’m imagining many days of just putting her in a cute top and skipping anything on bottom to keep her cool. We used to do that with the boys when the temperature exceeded 100 degrees in the summer.
I’m only several weeks in to having a little girl, but it has been so much fun to dress her. I feel great about having a gentle, cute diaper option for her that will keep her comfortable and dry!