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I have reviewed a few different brands and types of nappies on here because i've personally always found it useful to read what others experiences with certain nappies are before i buy them, nappies are an essential when you have a baby so it's worth finding a really good brand that suits your baby well and will also save you money in the long run if you quickly find a type of nappy that works best for you, so you don't end up spending a fortune on trying out loads of different nappies.
Pampers are one of the more expensive brands for nappies so when i bought them i was really hoping for the best, i didn't want to feel like i'd wasted money on more expensive nappies. But i'm glad i've bought them as they are top quality and the best brand of nappies i've tried. The 'Active Fit' name is perfect for these nappies because they do fit so well, even if my baby is kicking and wriggling about all day these nappies never leak and they stay on my baby perfectly well.
They are very absorbant and i can put my baby to bed for a long time in them without having to worry about him feeling soaked. I also love the design on Pampers nappies, the active fit nappies i bought recently had the characters from Sesame Street on them and they are lovely to look at.
They come in a variety of sizes which are as follows;
My daughter uses these too and has rejected others.
VampirePrincessLizzy 13.02.2011 18:51
Handy read :o)
pgn0 13.02.2011 18:48
After trying others, these are the ones that leave our toddler laughing and looking toddler-shaped rather than blimp-shaped. Take care to work out the cost per nappy when buying the larger ones - we saved about 1.5p per nappy this weekend by buying 5 x 27packs that were on half-price offer, vs 2 x Jumbo packs on offer at £20.00... mysupermarket.com is most helpful for planning which packs combine to save the most money!