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Busy little bodies need diapers that are going to hold up. My little 17 month old is one busy little bee and she needs a diaper that is going to stay on and not sag so that she may go about her busy little day without any droopy interruptions. New Pampers Cruisers available at Target are designed to move with your baby and hold up to the busy baby test. There’s just no yucky sag thanks to the extra absorbent channels that lock away and distribute wetness evenly. But don’t take my no more saggy bottoms word for it, take hers:
I have four children and while I have used almost every diaper brand on the market, I always go back to Pampers. Why? Because Pampers are just more flexible, soft and absorbent than other brands. We Eaglin’s tend to have sensitive skin that gets dry and rashy easily and thanks to Pampers best fit and protection my babies don’t have diaper rash as often (or at all!) as they do with other brands.
What Makes Pampers Cruisers Unique:
- No Sag – no more saggy bottoms!
- Extra Absorb Channels – designed to distribute wetness evenly
- Unique 3 way fit – adapts at the waist, legs and bottom
- Flexible leg cuffs – a super soft leakage barrier
- Sesame Street designs – who doesn’t love Elmo?
I shop at Target at least once a week because they carry the most raddest stuff on the planet and their popcorn keeps the kids quiet while I meander up and down each row. We spend a lot of time in the baby section and we buy Pampers Cruisers from Target all the time!
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