I'm going to add an explanation anyway if you don't mind. :) they haven't leaked on me, yet. and I loved Pampers(swaddlers) because they are soo soft and more comfortable looking but there's no leak barrier and his clothes get wet from the outside of the diaper, and leave little gel bits on him! and Luvs I have an awful problem with leakage. Parent's Choice I'm donating to a church because they feel like paper. :)
I want to add one, Playskool brand.
I don't remember the name of the diaper but they have glow worms on them! I love those ones! I think they are only from CVS, and they have size 1-2 which I like. :)
Huggies..lol....def..i tried a whole bunch of different brands and i have come to think that they absorbe more and are more flexiable when baby moves around!! And when they start crawling i believe that huggies cruisers are the best!! yay for huggies..lol...i think there winning so far!
Well with my son it was huggies all the way!!! He was allergic to something in the other diapers now with my daughter she has been wearing pampers since everything else gave her a rash now that she is two and we are trying to get her potty trained, she is wearing Pullups (huggies brand) So my fav 2 are huggies and pampers!
Personally I like for newborn/early infancy Pampers Swaddlers or Huggies Newborn...for older I like the Pampers Cruisers and Huggies. My big thing is that I prefer an elastic waist band and the velcro closers-not tape.
Pampers, for sure! I used them with my daughter and they were great. But I do hear that when the baby is born the mother goes by whatever they put on in the hospital. I guess is because the baby's sking got used to it. My friend was planning to use pampers but they put Huggies on her son, so now she uses Huggies.
That shows you to add diapers to your bag when you are ready to go into laber!!!!. :-p
Goodluck! on the cloth diapering. I tried to use them with my youngest son to help save money, but boy oh boy are they so messy. Having to rinse them then wash them seperatley, and they have to be washed immediatley if he has pooped in them, and it made my life a living hell-o lol.
I was thinking about retrying the cloth diapers this time around, but I honestly feel the only thing they are good for are burp clothes and extra cleaning rags around the house lol, the sure do make my tile floors sparkle lmao!
Huggies!! I used pampers at first and really liked them but they leaked a lot and my son kept getting these strings around his circumcision that concerned me. It didnt happen with huggies. I did HATE the toys r us brand and did not care for luvs so much. I really understood that baby brick commercial after using both of them.
I watched a show the other day in which they were testing out several brands of diapers (Luvs, Pampers, Huggies and a store brand). All of the diapers provided the same absorbancy. However the fit is what prevented the leakage. The fit it according the child. Pampers swaddlers are my favorite as far as feel goes. Huggies were the best for my baby when she was in premie size. I am currently using Luvs. They are thinner and don't appear as bulky as the others. But I do use the store brand on occasion.
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