I don’t know about you but I’m constantly amazed at the technology which is invested in nappies. Huggies have launched a new nappy with a unique drylock system. The Huggies Super-Dry has a super absorbent core with a snug fit which helps prevent leaks, providing up to 12 hours of protection – great for peace of mind.
My two have both been trying out the new nappies and have been perfectly happy wearing them. The nappies are made from super-breathable materials, feature a super stretchy and soft waistband, leg elastics and improved leg guards. My 4 month old is happy to lie on the floor and kick her legs but my toddler really put the nappies through their paces as he is constantly on the go.
If you want to know more you can take a look at Alfie, who is busy rallying babies to join him in his campaign against embarrassing leaks.
The new drylock system is available in baby sizes 3 to 6 from major retailers now in Huggies Super-Dry and Natural Fit nappies.
One of our biggest expenses is nappies. We’ve always used the same brand as they are reliable and work for us. However, I recently saw a discussion on twitter that suggested quite a lot of people were using supermarket own brand nappies. Cheap nappies? Yes please!
The other day I was out with a friend and asked her if she’d ever tried a supermarket brand. She hadn’t so we bought some and split the pack of 20 – a mere 75p each! We opened the pack (feeling like a naughty school child opening a pack of sweets!) and the first thing I noticed was that the nappies felt quilt bulky and the plastic was very cheap but we both decided to give them a go.
My husband was horrified that I even wanted to try them but over a couple of days I did and they were ok. They weren’t brilliant but as long as you kept an eye on them, and changed Edward promptly, they were fine. They didn’t seem as absorbent as our usual nappy but we only had one major leakage due to wee which was completely my own fault. I wasn’t brave enough to try them overnight but I would definitely use them again. Plus Edward didn’t seem to notice anything different!
What do you think about own brand nappies? Is it worth saving money or would you rather have 100% peace of mind with the more expensive brands?
Tommee Tippee have launched a new product which aims to make the life of a nappy changing mum easier and more hygienic. I was excited to trial the new product which recently landed on my door mat.
With an average of 5,000 nappy changes to do between birth and potty training, ensuring germs and smells are safely locked away is a must for parents. At home we have a nappy bin which is great but what do you do when you’re out and about? Tommee tippee have launched the new Sangenic Wrap & Go which is designed to provide a convenient way to lock away germs and odour when disposing of used nappies.
It looks like a miniature nappy bin and contains a roll of wraps with easy tie handles that lock away germs and odour to allow storage of used nappies.
The Wrap & Go dispenser fits neatly into your changing bag, hand bag, or will clip onto your baby’s pram, pushchair or even your car door. So you’ll always have these hygienic wraps at your fingertips for your ultimate convenience!
I’ve been using it for a couple of days and have it hanging from my changing bag. It looks like a slightly large keyring and is quite discreet. The wraps are easy to take and tear off and if the roll starts to unravel you just twist the lid so it rolls back inside the dispenser! Great for out and about or if you don’t want to be rummaging around the bottom of your bag looking for a nappy sack…
The Sangenic Wrap & Go dispenser is priced from £4.99 and includes 30 wraps (15 per roll), refills are also available priced from £4.99 and includes 3 refills (15 wraps per roll). The Sangenic range is available from Asda, Tesco, Morrisons, Boots, Argos, Mothercare, Babies R Us, and Kiddicare.com
Find out more about the range or buy online at www.tommeetippee.co.uk