When I became a mom, I used the traditional lampin or cloth diaper, later I switched to disposable diapers. Using cloth diapers became tedious, wash & wear, taking most of my time in the laundry when I could have been with my baby. Guess it was a family tradition (to use cloth diaper).
|My mom, my niece Marianne |
and my first born son when he was 1 yr old. 😍
I did try. All those diaper change, sometimes you just finished putting it on then the baby pees and gets you all surprised, wet diaper, wet bed or wet floor, you clean not just the baby, but also the nearby areas. Waking up in the wee hours just to check if the baby is wet, or has icky poop, sleepless nights and days of the both of us, hassle. Less sleep means I can get clumsy and cloth diapers use diaper pins which can be dangerous for both me & my little one. Using cloth diapers has taken a toll, and I say enough.
That's when we decided to shift to disaposable diapers. At first, we bought a "budget friendly" diaper. It's like we're still using washable cloth, very inconvenient. Until a friend recommends Pampers.
Pampers is softer than those of other brands and fits better. Plus it's #LessPalitMasSulit. And we even used same diaper to my 2 other kids. Too sad, my kid with special needs is all grown up, I wish Pampers have diapers like XXXL. 🙂
Until now, my friends and I trust only Pampers because of #LessLawlawMoreWow. We let our kids play around and have fun, no worries about leaks! :)