A few weeks ago, I had the opportunity to discover the new Baby Dry diapers from Pampers and I promised to tell you a little more and to give you some tips to keep in mind about sleep.
During the presentation, I learned more about sleeping babies; which also helped me understand the stages of Rania’s sleep. I feel happy to have an “easy” baby but when we have to sleep, it’s a different story.
Did you know that a baby can urinate up to 12 times a night? Since he is more likely to wake up after wetting his diaper, calculate the number of times your little angel (which turns into a little devil at night) can wake you up. The record of Rania, if my memory is good, is eight awakenings. It does not really give me time to rest, indeed. When I learned that the new Pampers Baby Dry layer offered up to 12 hours of protection, I immediately wanted to try it.
What helps this layer to meet the challenge is the design of the three absorbing sails that compose it. It evenly distribute humidity and prevent it from being the cause of your child’s awakening. A dry baby will sleep longer.
At first, the layer appeared thinner than the one I used. One can easily jump to conclusions and say that it absorbs less but a thicker layer does not necessarily mean more absorption. The new technology of the Baby Dry layer consists of a super absorbent gel, which makes it possible to have a thinner layer while relying on better absorption and comfort.
Rania drinks a lot before sleeping. Since I’m using the new Baby Dry, there has been no overflow. The promise is respected. Andrea Strang, a sleep specialist, advised us to avoid a change of diapers during the night (something that I used to do before). A very absorbent diaper is needed which allows the baby to continue sleeping without being disturbed. Here are two other tips that she has given us: prefer a very dark environment when sleeping and avoid accumulated fatigue. Besides, since this presentation, I make sure to have all the lights off when I sleep Rania and I put her in bed as soon as I see signs of fatigue (especially when she rubs her eyes) .
This article is sponsored as part of a collaboration with Pampers but all opinions are mine.