Huggies Slip-On Diapers review
My kid is on the move. At 25-months-old, he is all-terrain, and offering more resistance during diaper changes. We have a small potty for Evan sitting in the bathroom, and while we’ve been discussing that point that big boys do in fact use a potty, he’s really just not interested in giving it a shot at this time.
I was a little worried about this at first, however, after speaking with our pediatrician at Evan’s 2-year appointment, my mind was put at ease in learning that many kids, particularly little boys, aren’t quite ready to start potty training until close to age three.
That said, with diaper changes are becoming such a dramatic event, I was really excited to be given a couple packs of the new Huggies Little Movers Slip-On Diapers to try with Evan. Having never tried a pull-on style diaper before, the Huggies Slip-On Diaper provided a whole new experience for us!
After going through an entire pack of the Huggies Slip-Ons, I can tell you quite simply that they are pretty cool! It’s so much easier now to diaper my little squirmer, and I absolutely love the fact that I can easily open the diaper at the sides if I need to. I also found that the side tabs reseal, perfect for those false-alarm dry diapers.
Huggies Little Movers Slip-Ons come in smaller sizes, perfect for little wigglers who are too small for Pull-Ups
Huggies Little Movers Slip-On Diaper Features:
- Stretchy sides for a fuss-free fit
- Tabs for easy removal and disposal
- HUGGIES LEAK LOCK® System – the protection and security you both need between changes
- Absorb-away layers and long-lasting core lock in wetness and keep your baby dry
- Stopping guards around the legs and waist help keep wetness in
The Huggies Slip-On Diapers provide a nice, trim fit, and we haven’t had any issues with leaks. I was a little skeptical about using them overnight, because Evan tends to be a heavy-wetter at night, but they held up perfectly!
I’m really happy to have found this diaper, and feel that it is the perfect transition diaper as we tip-toe into the world of potty-training!
Disclosure: This post is sponsored by BabyCenter in conjunction with the BabyCenter Blog Network. All prizes and compensation are provided by BabyCenter and Huggies.
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