{WIN} with PAMPERS!!

Potty training is one of the parenting stages I enjoyed the least. Fortunately all of mine are fully trained. One of the things that does help is moving from nappies to to nappy pants. Pampers have a great option, which we used briefly with Emma. The only reason we used it briefly is because she potty trained very quickly fortunately.Pampers Pants| SA Mom Blogs

The sight of your little one wriggling and rolling in laughter is as adorable as it gets, but while changing diapers it’s another story. That’s where Baby Dry Pants come in. With just one pull to put and up to 12 hours of dryness, these pants-style diapers are your best bet for a good night’s rest. Moreover, the soft cotton-like material provides superior comfort and keeps the skin fresh all night long. Your baby will find it interesting too, as it comes with a colorful cartoon picture. Just the miracle they deserve.

A few of the  Pampers Nappy Pants features.

  • Absorbent Micro Pearls

  • Breathable Material

  • Soft-like Cotton

  • All-Around FitPampers Pants| SA Mom Blogs

You can find out more about the Pampers Pants here. Follow them on Facebook to stay up to date on all their news.

Pampers have given us a pack of Pampers Pants to giveaway to TWO lucky readers!!!!!!Pampers Pants| SA Mom Blogs

How awesome is that.

To enter simply leave a comment telling us how old your little one is.

T&C’s

  1. This competition ends 24 May.
  2. This competition is open to SA residents only.
  3. The prize is not transferable
  4. If you have won on SA Mom Blogs in the past 3 months you will not be eligible to win this competition.

 
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Tips to get quality time with your child

Trying to find time to spend with your children can be a challenge in today’s busy world. The more children you have the harder it becomes. I have four children and it is near impossible to find time daily to be with each of them on their own, so I have shifted my focus from the amount of time I spend with them to the quality of the time we do have. It does take a little out of the box thinking but it can be done.

These are a few of my tips on getting in good quality time with your children.

  • Take it where you can get it. We spend a lot of time in the car driving to and from extra murals. Often the younger two and I are alone in the car, we have some of our best conversations during these trips. There is nothing to distract them so they are more open to answering questions and engaging me. We also spend a lot of time watching sports, we use this as a time to connect as well. It is not conventional but we do have fun and have made some great memories.Pampers|SA Mom Blogs
  • Meal times. Evenings are busy times and everyone is tired which means your kid are probably a little needier while you are trying to get dinner done. Let them help, they can pour the rice or pasta into the pot, help to cut up the veggies or add the spices to the meal. Even just sitting near you while you potter around in the kitchen will help them to feel like they are a part of the process.
  • Take a time out and get down on the floor. Take 10 minutes, get their favourite game or toy and focus on only them while you play. A good nappy, like the Pampers Pants, will also help you make the most of play time. They have 12 hours of dryness thanks to the 2 dry zones that the Pamper Pants have and they have micro-pores which enable vapor to travel from inside to outside of the nappy to help your child stay dry. Their stretchy waist band and leg cuffs make for an all-round fit that adapts to your child’s movements and the design is less bulky which reduces leakages. You can get these Pamper Pants for both boys and girls.Pampers|SA Mom Blogs
  • Family games. If you have a large family, board games can be a great way to get in quality time with your child. There are games that are suitable for a variety of ages so everyone can get involved.
  • Running errands can be fun. Getting milk and bread or collecting a parcel may not seem like much fun to you but to your little one it can be an exciting adventure. Emma and I have the best time when we pop out to get a few things done. If you are like me, and have many kids, don’t take all of them though, take one or two of them if possible. You can also make these trips a little educational, talk to them about what you are doing and why. If you head into the shops, let them try find the brands you use.

Children appreciate every little bit of time you can spend with them, focus on that. You don’t need to spend an entire day with them, focus rather on the quality of the time you spend with them. Try to find time in your everyday activities to get quality time in with your children.

This post was sponsored by Pampers

 

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