Back when my children were babies—you know, somewhere in the Pleistocene Era—pretty much you could buy Pampers or you could buy Huggies or you could buy a store generic, and that was that. There weren’t different varieties within brands. If you had a baby with sensitive skin you needed to use cloth diapers and if your three choices at the store didn’t work well for your family, well, too bad.
Nowadays, of course, there’s so many disposable diaper varieties it’ll make your head spin. But the same folks I trusted lo those many years ago to contain my babies are looking to spread the word, and that’s where we come in: Meet Pampers Swaddlers Sensitive, a diaper so high-tech it does everything but change itself. There’s even a strip on the front that turns blue when baby’s wet!
What’s better than awesome diapers? Awesome free diapers! Three lucky Want Not readers are going to win a package of Pampers Swaddlers Sensitive in the size of their choosing, plus a coupon redeemable for another free package at the store.
Want to win? Simply leave a comment on this post by 3:00 p.m. Eastern (noon Pacific) on Wednesday, September 17th. One comment per person, valid email address required, stories of your precious baby’s exploding diaper exploits are not necessary, thanks. Winners to be determined by random number generation and wetness indicator.