Pampers Prize Pack Giveaway (ARV $100)

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Having a newborn there is a lot of options for baby products. One thing you need to choose is what brand diapers to buy. Since Jamison is my 5th baby, I’ve tried just about every brand of diaper there is out there. No matter what, I always end up going back to one brand that works best for us and that’s Pampers, especially Pampers Swaddlers.

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As if choosing the right brand of diapers isn’t enough to worry about…then you worry about what’s IN the diapers as well. The first two months it’s important to check out your baby’s poop to tell if something may be wrong. Even after have four babies before, I am still paranoid about Jamison’s poop! Pampers has created a color chart to help you figure out if you should be worried about the color of your newborn’s stool. Click the pictures below to make them bigger.

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With dirty diapers comes something else for parents to worry about, diaper rash. I don’t have much of an issue with rash while using Pampers, and I realize I follow some of their six steps to treat and protect against diaper rash. I change diapers often, I use an absorbent diaper, I use Pampers wipes, and I keep his skin clean. Below are all 6 steps from Pampers and more info on diaper rash:pampersdiaperrash

Pampers is currently running a Mommy Memory Match Sweepstakes where you could win 6 months of free diapers and wipes! Head over to Pampers.com to play! You can play daily to win a month’s supply of diapers and wipes or a t-shirt instantly. The sweepstakes runs until January 31, 2015.

 

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THE GIVEAWAY: One winner will receive a Pampers Newborn Prize Pack (ARV $100) that includes:

  • Pampers Wipespampers
  •  Pampers Newborn or Size 1 Diapers
  •  Diaper Genie
  •  Diaper Genie Refills
  •  Portable Diaper Caddy
This review was made possible by Double Duty Divas and Pampers. I was provided product free of charge to facilitate my review, but all opinions are 100% mine.
About Jackie

Jackie is a stay at home mom to five wonderful children, 4 boys and a girl ages from infant to 10 years old. Her life is anything but calm, most days it's pure mayhem. You can follow her on twitter @monkey_mayhem
Jackie Staples

Comments

  1. Cream all the time and constant changing so moisture doesn’t accumulate.

  2. Melanie Comello says:

    Lots of diaper changes…..less wet, means less chance at a diaper rash, i also always use either powder or my favorite, Boudreaux’s Butt Paste.

  3. Jennifer Paige says:

    We use baby powder for diaper rash.

  4. I make sure to use unscented diaper wipes, and make sure bottom is dry before putting new diaper on.

  5. Jessica M. says:

    I change the diaper often-and do a good job of it! Also, diaper rash cream is a good idea.

  6. Baby powder

  7. betty wojnar says:

    I change the diaper often. I check it often too. It just part of the job!

  8. Debbie Jensen says:

    Air time

  9. I change diapers often and use rash cream.

  10. Karen Gonyea says:

    Let the baby air dry as much as possible.

  11. Genesis Rodriguez says:

    diaper cream and air time!

  12. Rachel Travis says:

    I make sure to change diapers often!

  13. tina reynolds says:

    I have only had to deal with a rash a couple of times diaper free time and cream cleared it right up

  14. Changing diapers ASAP and a strong dryness cream

  15. Karen Drake says:

    I change them often and use Desitin Cream.

  16. Stephanie Larison says:

    Vaseline spread thin on the bottom, works amazing!

  17. Shirley Hicks says:

    always make sure the baby is washed thoughly and dried when changing

  18. Leanne Godfrey says:

    I prevent it by changing diapers frequently and by letting her air out for a little while.

  19. Kortney Lah says:

    Let them go nakey for a bit at a time. Fresh air, does good!

  20. Change diapers frequently.

  21. Ellie Wright says:

    Frequent diaper changes and diaper cream when needed.

  22. We used desitin

  23. Wash well and let the baby’s bottom air dry

  24. We make sure diapers are changed reqularly, this way it doesn’t have time to get on baby’s skin. Plus, I like to use baby powder.

  25. EMMA L HORTON says:

    REMOVE THE DIAPER FOR ABOUT 15 MINUTES

  26. Change diapers often and air out when possible

  27. Lori Walker says:

    Lots of naked time!

  28. Elisabeth Ashley says:

    I change diapers quickly to prevent diaper rash

  29. I try to change diapers right away to prevent a rash. Triple Paste is the best I’ve found for protecting the skin and letting the rash heal.

  30. Brittney House says:

    I make sure to stay on top of the diaper changes.

  31. Change diapers quickly and use diaper cream.

  32. Change diapers as soon as they are wet and use diaper cream.

  33. I use coconut oil to prevent diaper rash.

  34. Keeping the baby clean, change diapers regularly and baby powder.

  35. Jessica McFarlin says:

    I CHANGE THE DIAPER OFTEN AND ASAP!

  36. Allow some diaper free time throughout the day.

  37. Deborah Gardner says:

    Changing diapers often to prevent rash!

  38. Denise Konkel says:

    Allow some diaper free time everyday.

  39. Shannon Baas says:

    Change diapers frequently.

  40. megan tilley says:

    We do frequent changes, I am paranoid about diaper rashes and we use aquaphor.

  41. Margaret Smith says:

    We use baby powder, change diapers often and if he does get a diaper rash, we use diaper rash cream right away.

  42. i use lavender essential oil by doTERRA mixed with coconut oil- works every time!

  43. Change them often and use A&D ointment.

  44. I change her diaper right after she has pooped. After using wipes to clean off her tushie, I make sure it is dry (using a kleenex), before putting on desitin. Julie smartsavvymama@gmail.com

  45. Diaper creams with zinc oxide always work well.

  46. Darlene Carbajal says:

    baby powder and diaper rash cream.

  47. change the diapers more often and use cream

  48. If my child goes number two in his diaper, then I apply coconut oil to his booty. He’s yet to get a rash.

  49. mostly prevention is the key. Keeping skin clean and dry. Sometimes rashes happen, however. When they do I find Pinkax is the best out there

  50. Use cream on them, and let their bottoms air dry for bits at a time.

  51. Trasina McGahey says:

    Change the diaper often and wipe everything at every diaper change. Simple but effective!

  52. frequent diaper changes and diaper cream

  53. I used diaper cream and powder.

  54. I make sure to change my baby frequently or sometimes I leave his diaper off for a little bit. Thanks for the chance.

  55. Stephanie Phelps says:

    I change him when ever he gets wet and I use cornstarch in his diaper!

  56. vickie couturier says:

    I always used baby powder with corn starch

  57. Linda Kish says:

    Diaper cream and change diapers more frequently.

  58. I use baby powder and diaper rash creme on baby.

  59. James Robert says:

    We have changed diapers, gone without diapers to air out and used creams for diaper rash