According to Pampers not many mums think about how dry their baby’s nappy is on the inside and why this matters – though I have to say I would think surely that’s the most important thing?! If the nappy feels dry on the inside you’re going to have a happy baby right? That’s one of the main reasons I have always been a Pampers mum. I’ve tried different brands and I’ve dabbled with cloth but in the end I always find myself reaching for the Pampers. I trust they won’t leak and I know that Amy will be dry and comfortable – what more could I ask?
I haven’t used Pampers Active Fit nappies on Amy before, she has not long since stopped wearing the New Baby ones and moved to Baby Dry so I was keen to see if they were much different from when I had used them on Ben and Chloe.
It was actually really difficult to get a decent picture of Amy in the nappy as she wouldn’t stay still which I guess means they really do live up to their name! The little lady was certainly happy & comfortable in her Pampers Active Fit nappy!
#BritainsDriestNappy trial is asking you to test out the superior dryness of Pampers Active Fit for yourself – to prove exactly why the dryness of you baby’s nappy is so important and make you think twice before reaching for a lesser brand.
So – I took the #BritainsDriestNappy challenge . . .
The first step is to pour 150ml of water onto nappy (this is the same as around 2 – 3 wees) and is a surprisingly large amount of liquid.