Pampers Baby-Dry Pants
New Pampers Baby-Dry pants are easy to change. You can pull them on easily and remove by tearing the sides to dispose. This means babies no longer have to be laying down to be changed. This brings an end to wrestling a wriggling baby on a changing mat. It also means that you don't have to panic if the place you are in doesn't have changing facilities. You can just take them into a normal toilet cubicle.
Baby-Dry Pants have an all-around stretch waistband and leg cuffs which adapt to you baby's movements. They also have Micro Pearls which absorb up to 30 times their weight and lock wetness away. Combined with an Extra Sleep-Layer that quickly absorbs wetness and spreads it out eveningly across the core of the nappy, Pampers Baby-Dry Pants help provide your baby up to 12 hours of dryness.
My 12 Hour Challenge
So my challenge is to test out Pampers New Baby-Dry Pants at an adventure park.
We chose Peppa Pig World for the ultimate test in dryness and convenience of Pampers Baby-Dry Pants.
On Saturday 31st October we headed from our hometown of Bath and traveled the 57 miles down to Peppa Pig World in Hampshire. We didn't tell Cameron or Lucas where we were going, just told them it was a surprise. Lucas had his Baby-Dry Pants on, so we knew we wouldn't need to stop on the way to change him. It took us around 2 hours to get there as the traffic was quite bad. Lucas fell asleep in the car as he always does.
When we arrived at Paulton's Park, we instantly went to the restaurant to grab a bite to eat as we were starving. The food was overpriced but lovely at the same time. Since Lucas has been better with his eating, we can now take him out to restaurants without the fear of his gag reflex playing up and making him sick. We can now go out for meals as a family.
When we were finished, Cameron insisted we go straight to Peppa Pig World which meant no time for a nappy change for Lucas.
I didn't get as many photos as I wanted as we were all having too much fun.
Next we went into Peppa Pigs indoor soft play. Lucas was getting tired by this point, so he was snuggled in his pushchair with a bottle of milk.
After we had done everything we could in Peppa Pig World, we decided to explore the rest of Paulton's Park to see what it had to offer.
We got to explore Critter Creak, ride on the Victorian Double Carousel and go on Professor Blast's Expedition Express.
Before we knew it, it was getting on for 4pm and Paulton's Park was closing soon.
We made our way to the changing facilities as Lucas had his Baby-Dry pants on for around 6 hours by this point.
Apparently everyone else in the park had the same idea. The changing facilities were absolutely rammed. So I took him into a cubicle and changed him stood up. it took me around 30 seconds to change his Baby-Dry pants. It's so easy and so much quicker than a normal nappy. I did try to get some photos, but Lucas just wanted to wander off. To him it was a novelty being changed stood up and it was the perfect opportunity for him to try to escape.
I love the fact that nappy change time has become so easy and also the fact that each Baby-Dry pants comes with its own sticky bit of tape on the back so that you can roll up the dirty nappy and secure it together, as you would with the tabs of a conventional nappy.
After a quick stop in the gift shop we walked back to the car. Within 5 minutes of being in his car seat Lucas was asleep. We knew he would be asleep for the rest of the journey home. Cameron however was so hyper from his fabulous day, was wide awake and played on my phone.
After an hour and a half drive, we were home. We changed Lucas's Baby-Dry pants for the final time that day, got him ready for bed, had some big cuddles and put him in bed with a bottle. 20 minutes after he wanted another bottle of milk. Lucas sleeps on average 12-13 hours a night and so with other nappies, we would have to wake him during the night as his nappy would be on the verge of bursting. If Lucas has a burst nappy at night, he rarely lets us know about it, meaning he sleeps in his own wee. But with the Baby-Dry pants, we knew we wouldn't have to. They hold a lot more wee than other nappies and the few packs we had already been through, we didn't have any that burst or leaked.
Thank you Pampers for setting us this challenge, we all had a fabulous day. There was no stress of having to stop on the journey down to find changing facilities and no stress of having to wait in queues for the changing facilities in Paulton's Park. I also don't have to wait up at night for Lucas to fill his nappy, so I can change it before I go to bed to stop him leaking. I hope we have proved that Pampers Baby-Dry pants really do enable you to have a stress free trip to an adventure park.
Note: I received Pampers Baby-Dry Pants and tickets for Peppa Pig World to take part in this challenge. As always all views and opinions are my own.