9/16/15

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Our youngest child (who I still call "the baby") is now at the stage where she is pretty much done with the diaper days and has graduated on to training pants. With that said, having three kids means we have been through a lot of diapers in our day. We always tried to stick with one brand but often no matter what kind or how often we changed the baby, we experienced our own "saggy diaper" days during the baby years, these can make for some great stories to tell when your kids are older! 

Saggy diapers may make a cute photo or funny story but really it's serious business! As babies grow, develop and explore the world around them, they need a reliable diaper that will do its job - keep them dry and keep them comfortable while still being able to move and play freely. 

Pampers has always been a first choice when it came to diapers for our babies. New and improved Pampers Cruisers diapers have extra absorb channels to help keep your baby even drier plus, they don't sag like an ordinary diaper. 



While a poor-fitting diaper may result in an uncomfortable baby or toddler, Pampers Cruisers have three absorbent channels in the core of the diaper that distributes wetness evenly and so babies can go from #SagtoSwag, moving to their own beat without restriction!

About new Pampers Cruisers:

- New Pampers Cruisers have three seperate channels, unlike ordinary diapers, which have one structured core. 

- The unique channel structure helps evenly distribute wetness from front to back. 

- The new design gives a noticbly better fit and doesn't sag like ordinary diapers*.

- A thin core to lock away wetness and gives up to 12 hours of protection.

- Pampers best fit and designed with fun Sesame Street characters! 

It's time for babies to show their one-of-a-kind swag in new Pampers Cruisers! You can pick up new and improved Pampers Cruisers at Walmart.ca, Canada's one stop shop for baby needs. Visit Walmart.ca to learn more about the new technology and watch the video demo below!




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57 comments:

  1. I have too many! Lately my son has taken to pooping every time we go to the park. I think its all the running around he does, but it gets that poop moving

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  2. This happened back in the 80s and I think my daughter was tired of wearing a saggy soaked diaper so she sat in the middle of my mom's kitchen floor and took off her own diaper, which she found to be hilarious lol

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  3. One time we took our niece out to the zoo. The 'rustic' smells of the cages disguised the real source even though we thought something was a bit off. it wasn't until near the end of the day that we discovered who the real culprit was.

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  4. My daughter had took a couple eggs before I got a chance to put them away and crack them into the front of her pamper.
    Florence

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  5. I don't have any stories but I do have a lot of babies in my life.

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  6. When my son had chicken pox years ago he would have an associated bathroom issue. Saggy diapers and leaky diapers galore! I would love this for my best friend who is pregnant.

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  7. My niece used to love taking her diaper off when she was in her crib and had poop - I will leave it to your imagination what she did..lol! (Judy Cowan)

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  8. I can't think of anything really funny but he used to love ripping off his diaper all the time

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  9. Found a toy car in his diaper when I went to change him, along with cherrios and corn

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  10. I can't think of anything really funny. The only story I have, is every time his diaper gets wet, he wants changed.

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  11. i had just change my 2 day old son. the nurse came in to see us before we home. she picked up my son just in the diaper well he decided to take a big number 2 first diaper implosion ever.

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  12. My youngest daughter used to love to hide toys in her diaper. It was like a surprise package all the time lol

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  13. When my second son was newborn, he had an "explosion" while we were at the mall one day. He was covered from his neck all the way down to his feet with poop. Thankfully I had extra diapers, an extra outfit, baby soap and a whole lot of wipes in my bag!

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  14. My son has a habit of taking off his diaper when he wants to pee on the potty which is great, except when he has poop in it and gets it all over!

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  15. my youngest put her arm into a can of blue paint.

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  16. My son was running around outside in just a shirt and diaper. It was pretty wet and saggy. He ripped it off in front of some people walking by and yelled "wet, momma, wet" and then ran around the yard naked and I couldn't catch him!

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  17. When anyone said "no" to Sophie she used to take off all her clothes. Most of the time she kept the diaper on but this one time she happened to rip the diaper off and it turned out that she had quite the "load" in her diaper. It splashed all over the walls of the hallway.

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  18. Once when my son was only about a week old I was changing his diaper and he projectile pooped ALL OVER ME. It was summer and I was just wearing a sports bra, shorts...and poop.

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  19. I remember one of my cousins as a baby not wanting to keep his diaper on. He would strip his clothing and diaper off and run around nude! He thought it was great!

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  20. The funniest time we had was when my kid wore diapers (clean!) on his head.

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  21. My daughter use to pee in her diaper when she took her nap and would wake up and take it off. Everytime she would be butt naked when you went to get her.

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  22. I can't seem to think of a funny diaper story today. I sure have changed enough diapers though, after 5 having kids. Diapers just are not funny to me.

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  23. I remember when my partner changed a diaper for the first time and it was the saggiest sight ever!

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  24. our son was just over 2 yrs. and we started him skating. Wearing diapers and snow suit he learned to skate in no time! Falling on his butt was no problem..never felt it thanks to the Pamper diapers.

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  25. I don`t really have any funny sag to swag stores,,only my 16yo is always telling me that I don`t have any swag..lol...I guess he thinks he do. He did have swag in his diaper when he was a baby ;)

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  26. My son swallowed a marble & therefore under doctor's orders we had to manually sort through his diapers for days to see when it passed through his system! Worst job EVER but heck ya I found that marble! #SagtoSwag

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  27. I was changing my son while my hubby was standing next to me, and he started to see so my hubby was holding the diaper, I picked the baby up and directed the pee at the diaper and the abby peed all on my hubby, rather than putting a cloth on my son.

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  28. My niece was always sagging, she seemed to think it was hilarious!

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  29. Taking my daughter to have pictures done in a cute little dress... and an explosion all the way up her back..

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  30. my kid is old enough now he will ask me to change his diaper when is gets saggy

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  31. other than my daughter peeing on the wall laying down and my husband didn't notice till I got into the room to check on things or her pooping on him before bath time...ahhh good times

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  32. When my niece was a baby she used to put some of her small toys into her diaper,
    so when it came to changing her diapers it was pretty funny!

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  33. My son would run around the park with sagging diaper and I would tell him it's time to change his diaper. Instead of settling down, he'll run away from me and would wag his bum when he sees me staring at him.

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  34. There were a few times when my little guys' diapers were so full of pee, that they carried the heavy diaper bulge in their hands as they walked around, not a care in the world!

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  35. We once forgot to change our daughter's diaper before swimming at the beach. It so heavy she fell over!

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  36. My oldest daughter did not like wet diapers. I really had to keep an eye on her at all times because she would just rip the tabs right off and take off her diaper. The good thing about her not liking wet diapers is that she was very easy to toilet train.

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  37. He used to pee through his old diapers all the time until I switched to pampers. Many years later, it's all my sister uses for her kids as well.

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  38. My daughter found it funny to remove her own diaper. One time in the summer, she took off her diaper in the middle of the mall & left it on the floor.

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  39. My sons diaper was sagging quite a bit and I thought it was loaded. When I went to change it I realized he had stuffed chedder bunnies crackers and a fisher price little person down the back of his diaper and unfortunately he had done a number 2 as well.

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  40. Our little guy is just getting to the age when he can take his off so when it is "yucky" he starts!! I have become very quick to change him!! :)

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  41. You mean the 1,000th time that the diaper fell right off because it was sagging so much. No, I wouldn't want to tell that story because it's embarrassing...

    Besos, Sarah
    Journeys of The Zoo

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  42. My granddaughter was about 18 mths and in her room playing when I heard a commotion. My son rushed upstairs to see what was the matter with his daughter. She'd pooped in her diaper removed it and used it to paint the walls, carpet and boxes in her closet. Her bed sheets were a disaster too!

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  43. don't really have any stories other then one time my niece put a diaper on her head, good thing it was a clean one

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  44. My granddaughter is 2 and is getting potty trained ,so wears a pull up to bed if it's too wet in the morning she takes it off and hides it in the closet.

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  45. oh dear, boys and diapers, playing in the poop, gross, happened too many times.

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  46. My son left a "surprise" in the cart at Zehrs.

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  47. Kept the Vaseline with the diapers and the older one at the age of 3 decided to copy me and change the diaper on her doll-she put her hands in the Vaseline and got a hand ful...to get it off she use the bedspread, curtains and anything else she could find

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  48. when I worked in daycare some of the diaper stories the mom's used to tell us, I remember this one where the little girl took her diaper off while in her crib and as mom said "painted the wall" with it

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  49. my son went into the tub with his diaper on and it filled right up!

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  50. My son would never keep a diaper on. Every time I'd go to check in on him, he'd be bare bum, fast asleep. Sometimes, having "finger painted" all over the crib. Not too fun, especially in the middle of the night!

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  51. My middle son used to love hiding things in his diapers. Sometimes I didn't notice until I went to change him and I'd find a face cloth or something in there!

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  52. We were at a park and had to change his diaper in the stroller. As soon as we opened his diaper, he peed right into his mouth :P

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  53. No diaper disaster story here. I guess I was lucky. Hopefully my granddaughters don't create disaster diaper stories.

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  54. I remember!!! Our friend was holding our daughter, and literally she said, oh SH!T. Yup, she leaked out
    (Debbie W)

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  55. When my daughter was five months old, I took her swimming for the first time - and didn't realize that swim diapers were a separate entity! It was an interesting science experiment, though - I learned just how MUCH liquid Pampers can hold!

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  56. I purchased a less than stellar diaper brand for my son. Needless to say his mess went all up his back... to his ears and the remaining diapers went into the garbage! Before I could grab them all and throw them away he reached for one and placed it on his head as a hat. I guess they might work better for the rain lol

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