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Drypers Drypantz - Happiness in the Simplest Things

Whenever people ask me what I wish for my child and my answer will always be, "... for him to be happy, and to grow and blossom at his own pace. "
In other words, I am somewhat a chilled mom (or I'd like to think so).

As long as J doesn't step over the boundaries (which are mostly about basic courtesy and respect for the people around him), he gets his way.

I don't fuss over the things he eats, or the childcare he attends.  I have not sent him to a single enrichment class, and don't intend to in the near future.  He will only be a toddler once, and I certainly don't have the intention to rob him of a fun and happy childhood. What he needs to learn can be taught by exposing him to what we do on a daily basis.

Oh yes! I do get frowned upon by some parents, but let's just say to each their own. 
When I say happy, it is in its purest form of being able to smile from the heart. To be able to laugh when he likes, to sing along to a happy tune, to act silly and have the world follow suit. We are simple like that. 
I want him to enjoy his childhood the way every child should, with no weight on his shoulders, no worries for tomorrow.

I want him to learn about the world around him at his own pace, by observing his surroundings and by spending time outside of home sans technology.

I must say that we tell J this so often that his mantra these days is "Cannot sad. Must Happy". He even says it when he senses someone is angry or upset. We must be doing something right for a 2 year old to spread happiness this way.

J's pleased that he made Mr Goat happy with something as simple as a leaf. 
Happiness is having an empty space to run free. 
Learning about the wind and how nature works. 
Cause and effect. Finger in and water stops sprouting. 
Since J loves the outdoors, and his curiosity makes almost every outing a hot and sweaty one, we need to ensure he is always comfortable.

This boils down to the very basic of ensuring his diapers feel dry for a longer time otherwise his sensitive skin will start to break out in rashes. That's a big no no for him.

J tends to scratch ferociously till he bleeds when his skin acts up. He recently had a bout of rashes around his bum due to dampness from a wet diaper and  sweat  due to the recent punishing weather.

Then we switched to the new and improved Drypers Drypantz, and we began to see J's skin condition improve.

With Drypers Drypantz' Activ-Core that quickly absorbs urine and prevents flow-back, means that J's bum is dry throughout the day, no matter whether he's asleep and at play. Can you imagine how irritated his skin will be if he sweats and have to deal with wetness from his diaper as well? Further enhanced with their 100% breathable cloth-like cover, J's skin on his bum is kept cool and fresh for a longer time.

I also take comfort knowing that Drypers uses 4 different plant extracts that includes Aloe Vera, Chamomile, Olive Extracts and Vitamin E that is known to soothe the skin and prevent any irritation from acting up, perfect for J's sensitive skin.

Look how the new diapers fit so snugly on him. Soft and comfortable for a toddler who cannot stay still.

The packaging for drypers has also been refreshed. It's a nice change to see cute pictures of age appropriate babies that helps with identifying the correct sizes at purchase. The designs on the diapers have also been updated. I like how the pictures on the diapers makes it easy for me to teach J which is the front and the back, especially so when we are toilet training him now.

Diapers are one of the things most parents take for granted. Pick the wrong ones, and we get into trouble with our kids. A happy and comfortable child makes us happy parents, and I think most of you would agree.

So, why not give Drypers Drypantz a try and feel the difference by asking for a sample here. Better still, make the switch to ultimate comfort today by getting a few packs and be rewarded!

Just for readers of Meeningfully!

From now till 30 June 2014,  receive a $10 NTUC Fairprice voucher for every 2 packets of Drypers Wee Wee Dry or Drypers Drypants you purchase. 

All you will need to do is email in a snapped copy of your purchase receipt, together with your Name, contact number and quote "Meeningfully"to

What are you waiting for?

Disclaimer: This post is part of a series of sponsored conversations between Drypers and Meeningfully. Products were provided by Drypers for review purpose. All opinions are my own. 


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