There are so many things to love about Pampers! High quality, price, availability, peace of mind... That last one is a biggie. Nothing makes you love a high quality diaper more than having an experience with one that is not (high quality). I learned that lesson very early on in parenting, and remembered it well. Parents everywhere who have had experience with a blowout (and we're not talking fancy hair styles here) know exactly what I mean. ;)
To help celebrate Daylight Savings time here in the US, Pampers is offering up a fun prize package. Not only will you get a one-month supply of Pampers Baby Dry Diapers (size 6), but you'll also get 2 tubs of Pampers Sensitive Wipes, because the quality of wipes is important too.
The giveaway also includes a Cloud B. Twilight Turtle. Have you seen these? They are as cute as can be, and they're useful too. The hard shell on the soft plush projects real constellations onto your child's ceiling and walls. This is not only great for keeping away the scared-of-the-dark moments, but it's also a fun teaching tool as baby gets older, and the soft light helps your little one feel comfortable, homey, and at-ease. This product comes with a star guide to help you out if you're a bit rusty on your constellation knowledge. ;)
Last but not least, you will also find a copy of Dr. Kim West's, The Sleep Lady's Goodnight, Sleep Tight book included in the giveaway. Inside, West offers an alternative and effective approach to help children learn to gently put themselves to sleep, without letting them 'cry it out,' (a method that is sometimes controversial). If you have a little one who is having trouble getting to sleep, chances are high that you're tired too, and discovering a solid resource to help you and baby get some sleep is going to be a welcome find. This book has very high ratings on Amazon, and in the media. The author is a mother of two, and has been a practicing child and family social worker for twenty years.
A big thank you to Pampers for hosting... and don't forget Daylight Savings Time will be here March, 8. Will you plan ahead now so you can make up of that extra hour of sleep you're going to lose? Or will you just adapt as you go (like I do)?
US entrants only on the giveaway.