Today I am partnering with Well Beginnings Diapers from Walgreens.
My sweet little munchkin is almost 10-months-old. It is fascinating to watch her learn and get excited for all the new things she sees. It just melts my heart to see her grow, but at the same time, I want it to slow down! People are not kidding when they say that they grow up so fast. I can’t believe that she will be one-year-old-before I know it.
This baby of ours cannot wait to walk. She hustles around all the couches, walls and baby gates like no big deal. She is already standing on her own for a few seconds without falling.
I may sound like a bragging mother, but I haven’t even started yet; this little baby now sleeps 12 hours through the night. I know, I know, you hate me, but it did take some time for her to get to this point, and I will not complain. I take that back, I do complain about one thing; diaper leaks. Do you know how hard it is to find a diaper that can last through 12 hours of sleep? The last thing I want my baby to deal with is getting chilly because of a wet diaper, or waking up crying because she is so uncomfortable.
Did you know that Walgreens has their own line of diapers and wipes? This is super exciting to me because we have a Walgreens on the corner, so it is super convenient to run over there when we are running low on supplies. They are a great value compared to the big brands and now they have a new everyday low price of $6.99 for a package of diapers.
The best part? They work fantastically well for my big sleeper. We have had much success with the Well Beginnings diapers without any leaks when my daughter sleeps 10-12 hours a night. I can’t tell you what a sense of relief that is when we put her down for bed. I don’t have to worry she will have a leaky diaper. In fact, Good Housekeeping tested Well Beginnings as being more absorbent than Huggies. These diapers are super high quality.
The Well Beginnings diapers are great for my active girl who loves to bounce, crawl and ready to walk and it stretches and moves with all her activity. You can see for yourself in my video below.
Want to see for yourself, check out their website.
This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Well Beginnings.