Pampers Active Fit Buy One Get One Free @ Tesco

23 July 2010

Pampers Active Fit 1a

We're still on the Pampers Active Fit in our house. From talking to many other parents of boys, they do just seem to take longer to get the hang of the whole toilet thing. Not all boys, but more of them than the girls.

Pampers Active Fit 2Just to clarify, I'm not talking about potty training! I'd be a lot more worried if it was, at the age of five. Nope I mean the night time nappy. He'll decide he wants to do without, and will do quitewell at night. Often he'll be fine for ages, or at least a couple of weeks. But then, almost inevitably, he regresses and asks for his 'bum bum' as he calls it. I'm not going to make a big deal out of it. He'll get there in his own time and I'm happy to let him take things at his own pace.

The reason we use Pampers Active Fit is that it keeps everything dry all night. I don't have the same rate of success with those special night time nappies, and anyway Pampers Active Fit are cheaper. There are four packs available in the offer.

  • Pampers Active Fit Econ Pack Junior (Size 5)x46
  • Pampers Premiums Active Fit Economy Pack Maxi 50
  • Pampers Premiums Active Fit Economy Pack Maxi+ 48
  • Pampers Premiums Active Fit Economy Pack Midi 60

Pampers Active Fit 1The offer is only available until the 27th of July, so make sure you order now or pop into your store. Online at least it only seems to apply to the larger sizes. Which is good for people like me who use them for night time use on older children.  I know I will be doing a bit of stocking up!

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