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Pampers Feel ‘n’ Learn are designed not to draw your toddler’s wee away as quickly as possible. While absorbency is one of the top concerns for your baby, when it comes to getting your toddler aware of needing to use the toilet or have a nappy change, the sensation of being slightly wet for a little while could help. And this is what Pampers Feel ‘n’ Learn are all about.
I don’t know about some of you mums out there, but one of my biggest fears as a parent was the sheer thought of potty training, all those accidents and dramas. Pampers Feel ‘n’ Learn disposable training pants are a great way to take the pressure off and take things nice and slow.
Pampers is a reliable name and one I have always used. My twin sister’s youngest boy, Max is ready for potty training so I suggested she try Pampers Feel ‘n’ Learn to help him get used to pulling them up and down rather than mum putting on and taking off his nappy.
These training pants have an added wet sensation liner to alert a toddler to the start of a wee. They have stretchy sides, which are common with Pampers products and the boys’ pants have a Spiderman design, to really impress the idea of big boy pants on your young toddler.
What we love
The stretchy sides make these training pants easy to get on your toddler and Max was easily able to get them down himself when going for a wee.
Pampers Feel ‘n’ Learn’s wet sensation layer did seem to work well as Max did start to wee in it but quickly told us so we were able to get him to the potty to finish.
What to watch out for
Disposable training pants are expensive and Pampers Feel ‘n’ Learn will cost you £4.97 (bought in Tesco) for 14.
These are not the easiest training pants to find. I tried Asda and Sainsbury’s before I finally found them in a Tesco Extra.
The Feel ‘n’ Learm are not the most robust of disposable training pants I have come across and when Max was wearing one, he did quite easily rip the sides to get it off which was a bit worrying. The fact that I could rip them off when necessary was great, but I was concerned Max was going to get it off too easily.
Although they coped really quite well with Max taking a while to get used to telling us he needed a wee, the first pant we used, did get quite heavy, so much so it hung really low and could not have been very comfortable for him.
Who are Pampers Feel ‘n’ Learn best for?
Mums who need to ease their toddlers into potty training gently and want to build their toddler’s confidence with a nappy brand they are familiar with.
Pampers Feel ‘n’ Learn are a good disposable training pant but are not as robust as others on the market.