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10 Reasons Why I Love Pampers Dry Max

When moms know a good thing they know it. When moms find a product they truly love they won’t turn anywhere else. Am I not right? One of those products that I can’t get enough is one that moms learn to loathe. Moms know their diapers. Tell me again I am not right? Most moms have “their diaper”.

Since the moment we started using Pampers with Dry Max I loved it, as a mom who knows her diapers. So over the past year that we’ve been using Pampers Dry Max not only have we seen our favorite diaper made better with 3-Way-Fit but I’ve found more reasons why I love it. This post is not sponsored in any way it’s a simple ode to the diaper that I loathe and yet love so much.

  1. Technology, this baby holds up all night long! Hello, a mom has got to sleep in every once in a while.
  2. The smell. Oh yes, it’s like my Swaddlers all over again. And you can’t deny the smell of a Pampers Swaddlers diaper now can you?
  3. The feel. Oh so soft.
  4. How it doesn’t buldge.
  5. How well it holds tight, because we all know toddlers and a lot of fruit don’t mix.
  6. No saggy pants! Long gone is the droopy diaper of Pampers old school Baby Dry.
  7. The design, because I love a diaper with a cute butt.
  8. They are incredibly breathable in fact, we’ve never had diaper rash.
  9. The price, I can always find a good deal on Pampers and so what if I pay an extra few bucks these diapers have super powers.
  10. Comfort, my toddler is so happy in them she doesn’t want to leave them behind!

 

What is it that you love about your favorite diaper?

 

21 Comments

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  2. Tammi @ My Organized Chaos on January 17, 2012 at 10:20 pm

    With my oldest, I did better with Huggies, I admit. But with the twins, it was 100& Pampers Dry Max. Love LOVE the brand, always will. Makes me sad to see tiny diapers now that they are potty trained. I have very happy memories with Pampers.

    And, as far as the debate go – to each their own. I don’t force disposables down anyones throat and I expect the same from someone with different choices. Respect is earned and anyone that tries to force their parenting style on others should be ashamed.



  3. Amanda on January 15, 2012 at 4:31 pm

    Andrea G – your comment is exactly why I decided to cloth diaper our next (and last) baby.

    I used Pampers with both my older girls. For disposable diapers I think Pampers are the best. I loved them and my kids hardly had blow outs or rashes.

    But when it came down to choosing which diapers I would use with baby #3 (she is due in a few weeks) I decided that we would cloth diaper. As soon as I learned about pockets and AIO I figured I should give it a try. Not to mention how much money we will save in the end.

    Here’s the thing moms, no matter what decisions they make for their baby lets not put them down. As Kristin’s sister she does live a healthy lifestyle and gives nothing but the best for her kids, but cloth is just not something for her. And that’s ok. Just because she is a brand ambassador for pampers does not mean she is being paid to say good things about Pampers. If she wasn’t’ a fan of the diaper she wouldn’t have agreed to the program.

    There will always be controversy with moms like breast vs bottle, vaccines, circumcision, cloth, sposies, induced labor, natural. No matter what we all have our opinions. calling anyone stupid is not cool.



  4. Andrea on January 15, 2012 at 4:09 pm

    I guess I did like pampers more than huggies when my baby was in disposables. A few less blowouts. But so far zero blowouts in cloth. That in itself was worth it, add in the cost savings, and environmental impact and I’m one happy mama. Slightly embarassing to say “Oh… can I have my kid back? Sorry, he just pood on your lap… and its running up his back. Sorry about that bit on your leg.”



  5. Ana on January 15, 2012 at 3:43 pm

    Nope, no one called her a bad mom. Rebecca was the only one that used the word stupid…although I’m not sure who she’s talking to since everyone just stated the reasons why they chose cloth.



  6. Jill O'Reilly on January 15, 2012 at 12:58 pm

    I just skimmed but I HOPE nobody called this mama “stupid” because she uses disposables!!! Did that really happen?? My baby only wears cloth but I LOOOOOOOOVE to huff Pampers. I also like the smell of gasoline and skunks too LOL ๐Ÿ™‚



  7. rebecca norton on January 15, 2012 at 8:58 am

    So i am a Pampers mom all the way! I love them!!!!! But for all you “cloth” moms out there saying that she is a bad person and what not for using cloth, your just stupid! Do you know that now a days they tap the landfills for methane? So putting stuff in them isn’t as bad as it used top be they use that trash to make something that we all use everyday! I’m all for helping the planet but using disposables isn’t “hurting” it as much as you think! I know i Live in California and we have droughts and using your washer more and more just to wash diapers doesn’t sound all that “Earth” friendly to me. you are using water, electricity and gas (if you dry them). Where do you think they get that gas to dry your cloth diapers ow ya from the landfill with our DISPOSABLE ones!!!! Just think about this! I’m not bashing you for using cloth I’m just saying that we ALL have a choice.



  8. Carla on January 15, 2012 at 12:45 am

    Cloth over here! I will *only* use cloth on my babies. Talk about SOFT, nice fit, never a blowout, no chemicals, much more affordable, super insanely cute and can be personalized, can be used kid after kid.. heck, you can even sell them when you are done with them ๐Ÿ™‚ We had nothing but problems with disposables, so I made the switch and never looked back!

    You should totally get your hands on some minky cloth diapers ๐Ÿ˜‰



  9. Ana on January 15, 2012 at 12:45 am

    Babies may not care where they poop at the time, but now that I’m no longer a baby it bothers me that the diapers my mother used on me are still in a landfill and will be for hundreds of years to come. I wish my mother had used cloth diapers on me. I wish I had used cloth diapers on my first child. Oh the money I would’ve saved! The extra waste I would not have thrown away!
    I’m also bothered by the chemicals that cause the pampers to have the smell you enjoy. It started when I was looking for an air freshener to make my home smell good. I read the list of ingredients and one was acetone. Why on Earth would I want my family breathing in acetone? I too loved the smell of a unused Pampers diaper. But when I started researching cloth diapers and learned about the chemicals that are in them to make them so absorbant and fresh smelling I was appalled. I was putting that on my precious child’s sensitive area? I never had an issue with blowouts or diaper rash. But for some reason my son would leak out of the back of his Pampers.
    My son goes to a sitter and it hasn’t been a problem at all using cloth diapers there. They go on and off just like a disposable. She changes them and I wash them.



  10. June on January 14, 2012 at 11:15 pm

    Good thing babies don’t care where they poop. Oh and hey, if the worst thing that you do is have your baby take a poop in a disposable diaper, then you’re doing pretty good. Remember, not everybody can be perfect, only the ones who’s poop don’t stink ๐Ÿ™‚



  11. kristin on January 14, 2012 at 11:10 pm

    I was actually referring to my relationship with Pampers being organic. As in real, as in I already use the product, talk about the product, it’s only natural that I have a relationship with a brand that I love.

    To quote: “That is what makes my relationship with Pampers so special. It is organic in nature.”

    I am a marketing major in college so I guess the way I stated that was a bit of an insiders term, or a social media one. I have written many articles on what makes an organic product an organic one.

    You can find one to start here:



  12. Kristin on January 14, 2012 at 10:32 pm

    Pampers also creates less waste over other disposable brands and I can prove it with facts. ๐Ÿ™‚

    I will disclose that I am a part of the Pampers Baby Board which means we have inside scoop to Pampers new happenings. It also means I get to give away diapers. I have never been paid by Pampers. In fact, I spend plenty of money supporting a brand that I truly love. That is what makes my relationship with Pampers so special. It is organic in nature.

    If you took the time to get to know me you would know I am a big advocate for organic foods. I believe health starts with nutrition and live every day to consume less and live healthier. That also goes for my children. I understand your passion because like you I am passionate about a lot of things just take a look around this blog.

    I wrote this post after changing a diaper and simply started thinking about all the things I love about it. How it works for me. I was just trying to be funny I guess and have other moms relate. Like I said every mom has their diaper. I would never judge another mom on how they wish to dispose of their childrens poo.



  13. Jessica on January 14, 2012 at 10:15 pm

    Pampers Cruisers for me. I guess they are made with Dry Max so these are my favorite too. They have never leaked or exploded on me. I’ve never had to scrub clothes or sheets because of leaky diapers. My children have all used Pampers and no “chemical” burns on them.



  14. Tiff @ Babes and Kids on January 14, 2012 at 10:14 pm

    I’m with you on the Pampers, my favorite diaper! Haven’t cloth diapered and I never will, it just isn’t for some people. I think you also have to take into account if a baby or toddler is in childcare. When I went back to school, my youngest was still in diapers. I felt much more comfortable having a sitter and his preschool change a disposable diaper. ๐Ÿ™‚



  15. Cat Davis on January 14, 2012 at 10:04 pm

    I love ya Kristin but I’m a Huggies mama ๐Ÿ™‚ We’ve been using them for 11 years now. I’ve always been partial to the Huggies Supremes, they cost a bit more but they hold up and fit my chunky babies so much better.



  16. Brooke Van Gory on January 14, 2012 at 9:23 pm

    I have to go with my cloth diapers, too. I cannot even BEGIN to count the numerous pros to the diapers we have. We save money with every diaper change, my toddler has diapers with skulls, zoo animals, trains, and in every color of the rainbow, and they are SO.SOFT. Plus, I know that the diapers I am using today will not be around when my kiddo gets married, unless they are STILL on another baby’s bum years from now, because after he is done with them (and any other kiddos I have) I can sell them to another mama to use on her little ones! ๐Ÿ˜€



  17. Felicia on January 14, 2012 at 9:07 pm

    I will admit that some disposables can perform miracles when you need them, but I honestly love my cloth diapers! I’ve used disposables on occasion, but nothing can beat the comfort, savings, or cuteness factor of my Happy Heinys ๐Ÿ™‚



  18. Kat on January 14, 2012 at 9:04 pm

    Personally, I’m a cloth mom. Disposables aren’t nearly as soft, cheap, or easy as my old standby cloth diapers. I wanna know what disposable can be used over 200 times and still be just as soft & smell just as good as it did the 1st time. ๐Ÿ˜‰



  19. Kristin on January 14, 2012 at 8:57 pm

    See everyone has an opinion about diapers.

    I will settle for Baby Dry but nothing will ever replace my Dry Max.



  20. Jackie on January 14, 2012 at 8:54 pm

    I use the “old school” (lol) Baby Dry for Jaxon and I LOVE swaddlers with the baby!!! I won’t buy any other brand but Pampers!!!!



  21. Tonya on January 14, 2012 at 8:54 pm

    I too LOVE the Pamper’s Dry Max. I have the Baby Dry right now and thier not so dry. I can’t seem to find the Dry Max in Size 4. Grrrr. GO DRY MAX!!!