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Win a year of Pampers nappies

Enter to win a years supply of Pampers nappies - we also have a 6 month supply for a lucky runner up!


Congratulations to Kayleigh from Ledbury and Sarah from Leeds who have been chosen as the winners.


Prizes: We have a years supply of Pampers (48 packs worth over £250) to give away to one lucky winner and a 6 month supply of Pampers (24 packs worth over £150) for one runner up.

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Pampers nappies protect your baby's delicate skin against wetness and mess with maximum comfort and flexibility. Their stages nappy selection is designed to cater for your little one's changing needs as they grow so whether you're baby is newborn or working towards potty training Pampers will have a variety of nappy to suit. Pampers nappies are available in 4 stages and are suitable from birth up to 50lbs.

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I have only great things to say about Pampers,i started using them about five months ago but i am convinced they are the best for my little one.When using them you dont have to worry about nappy rash or having to buy baby powder because of the aloe balm they have in them.Mostly i love how they keep my baby dry and how light they are in weight.
by 1DESTINY 20th Jun 2013, 3:30pm
Pampers are the way to go to take care of your baby - I heard from the moms. Expecting our first and will be using Pampers as it is recommended by moms for moms.
by spedola 5th Dec 2011, 10:30am
I have three boys my youngest is 8 years old and just found out im gonna have a baby. I was shocked and scared at the same time. Wow the thought of starting all over was mind blowing. But I got over it and cant wait to find out if this baby is the girl I always wanted=)
by modelo 31st Jan 2011, 9:17am
Looking forward to our first
by pof304 11th Oct 2010, 9:06am
cant wait to have my first baby so excited to being a mum i will be using pampers nappies and would really be astatic if you can help me win a years supply :)
by sophie111 12th Aug 2010, 10:11am
i have 3 children 6yrs 4yrs and 2yrs, everytime used pampers nappies and planning my 4th child, defently going to use pampers again ;)
by charlie0078 11th Jun 2010, 5:22pm
Winning a years supply of pampers nappies would be an absolute lifesaver wouldn't it? Pampers are so soft and comfortable and they are also a good fit and very secure. Would the years supply be only one size though? What about when your baby gets bigger? Will this be taken into consideration I wonder? Good luck everyone although I hope to win lol :)
by sugapants 14th May 2010, 5:26pm
I think u should potty train your child as earily as possible but if you are having problems potty training then you should take it slow and not rush your child because they will learn in there own time. but if u think your child is not ready then don't force them it will put pressure on your child and also on your self. all children learn at different speeds so if your child is strugling remeber they will get the hang of using apooty when they are ready.
by dk1994 18th Dec 2009, 1:43pm
ive always used pampers on my little boy they so soft and comatable he can move around very easy he never has nappie rash and its very good they have different nappies 4 differet ages the pics on them are fun aswell i would recommend these nappies to everyone.
by laujay 9th Dec 2009, 9:23am
Hi All My Sons Lovely Partner has just given birth to our beautiful identical twin girls (grandaughters), they are 3.14lbs and 3.9lbs we have been trying to find some of your micro nappies but have only found one shop that sells them so as the hospital needs a steady supply this is quite a problem, to win a years supply of your nappies would be out of this world, i'm not sure how we are going to get enough. our six year old grandaughter used pampers from birth to pullups they were always the best value and the most gentle on her skin .......... thanks pampers
by cactuscat1uk 8th Dec 2009, 9:33am
my nephew is 4 months old and my sister in law has used pampers since the day he was born, and would never change only once did she use other nappies when someone brought the wrong type and she wasnt impressed by the nappies, she had to change my nephew more then normal and the other nappies leaked. Any one that asks her what nappies to use she will always tell them to use pampers.
by loatway53 6th Dec 2009, 6:12pm
Hi, I am a 37 year old very lucky 1st time IVF mother of 4 month old twin girls. Wow! I still cannot believe how fortunate we are & delight every morning when I wake the girls up & I am greated with the most beautiful, beaming & innocent smile I have ever had the priviledge to receive! Being a 1st time mum under these circumstances means that I take my role of mum and main love provider very seriously & I do not like my girls to languish in their own do do, which is why a good nappie is very important, along with regular changing. I get through approx 14 - 16 nappies a day, and they use the nerw born size 3's, which are fab and so much better than the huggies. To benefit from free nappies would be an absolute godsend! Some guidance on our next nappy type/size would also be appreciated, they are both nearing 14 lb's, I have been using the baby dry size 3's for night times only so far & new baby size 3's during the day. Do I move them to baby dry's all day? They are not yet crawling, so I was not sure whether the active fits would give enough absorbancy & leakage protection...help!
by BIGDEV 26th Nov 2009, 10:09am
I am a Foster carer and have just had a baby boy placed with me. He was 24 hours old when he came and now he is 2 weeks old. I want him to have the best start possible for him - and some of that means Pampers nappies - they're the best.
I use Pampers Easy Ups for a little girl also in my care.
by judipat 20th Nov 2009, 9:28am
I'm pregnant with my 2nd baby, 7 weeks to go! I used Pampersfor my 1st and loved them, winning this prize would be awesome!
by flyingparrett83 17th Nov 2009, 3:47pm
My niece has just had a baby boy 8pounds 3 ounces at 04.15 on Saturday 07/11/2009 and i would love her to win this prize.
and why do babys pee when you take the nappy of to change them it go's up high and all over the place LOL on the changing mat
by mike123 9th Nov 2009, 10:35am
My baby is just a few days and I am getting confused with so many different way people are telling me to do thing and their ideal vary so much.
by gemikins 13th Jul 2009, 9:08am
iam due on the 6th decenber 2009. Its my first baby so excited , scared and worryed iam 22 not got much money :(
by p1nkdawn 30th Jun 2009, 12:04pm
yes would love to win i have 2 kids im a carer wud be great huge saving in money
by stacey2kids 11th May 2009, 11:43am
I am pregnant with my 5th child . I have 4 children under 7. I have always used pampers and I use the vouchers to help towards the cost. No matter if its your first child or 7th i feel that you can always trust pampers to be kind to your babies bum. To win the nappies would be a great help towards the cost of bringing up my child. Thanks
by sophiemae 7th May 2009, 9:23am
I am 17 years old with a 2 year old son and expecting another baby.i stay with my mom and brother and my mom is the only one with a job.i have no time to work while watching my son and brother.My mom has no help so i need pampers for my unborn child.my 2 year old son had to wear little swimmers that were left over from swimming or borrowed pampers from neighbors.so this would really help me out if i could win the year supply of pampers or at least the 6 months supply.
by TiaM 5th May 2009, 12:21pm
I am now at the stage where my 16 month year old son will not stay still when having his nappy changed, THANK THE LORD FOR PAMPERS EASY UPS............They are so easy to use when you have a little wriggler who wont lie down. Also i am pregnant with my 2nd child, and i will definetly be using pampers again.
by TeriJ 28th Apr 2009, 10:25am
i'm a mother at age 16 with a 5 month old. i've beeen applying to so many jobs yet no one will hire me. i need pampers becuase i don't have the money to buy them. i've been getting them from my son's fathers parents. i hate that i have to do such a thing. take their hard earn money. my sons father just left us yesterday for his friends and i'm just trying to live a life where my son james can be happy in a clean pamper.(:
by jaimet 15th Apr 2009, 10:17am
is the beat nappies but i like to win this cos cots too much. love johanna
by richey 26th Mar 2009, 9:35am
Just what i needed my daughter uses so many in a day or she manages to get them wet by spilling her juice
by sallyrocks 19th Mar 2009, 9:37am
iv had twins a boy and a girl there six months old i ad my babies 2months early id love to win a suply ov pampers nappies for a yaer as i av to get 3 packs a week and there both in different sizes and they cost o fortune specialy buying for two babies
by penniegem1 2nd Feb 2009, 10:48am
My daughter is now 13 weeks. I have used nothing but Pampers. I would recommend them to anyone. They keep her botty so dry even after a 9 hour night. They are fantastic. But, has anyone seen Pampers Swimming Nappies? I'm still looking. I think a years supply of nappies would be a big gift to anyone looking after their baby in this climate. Xx
by Chezbabe 27th Jan 2009, 9:15am
used cheaper ones with my little boy but had accidents changed to pampers for my little girl one happy mum and baby. cheers.
by pennies 20th Jan 2009, 9:32am
It would save people alot of money and it would encourage more people to do this
by babyclelland 14th Jan 2009, 8:38am
Great it would save a fortune !!!!
by glove 19th Dec 2008, 10:07am
My daughter, at 24 weeks pregnant, was admitted to intensive care due to pnuemonia, organ failure, septic shock, anaemia, she had to have blood transfusions and was subsequently considered for life support. The doctors advised that she was a very sick 20 year old and the chances of survival were very slim and advised us that they were only concerned about saving her life. My heart was breaking. She was in hospital for a month altogether . All through this the baby stayed as strong as a little horse! He was finally born in April 2008 weighing 8lb 9oz after a 57 hour labour. I am so very proud of my daughter and the mother she has become, she is truly an inspiration to me. My grandson is a very healthy and happy little man and is a joy to be with. It would be an enormous bonus for her to receive a gift of a year supply of pampers nappies as I know it would be a huge relief to her to know that she would not have to buy nappies for a year!
by mandyh 10th Dec 2008, 8:44am
I was in a car accident back in April, I was rear ended while being stopped at a red light. i have been in terrible pain and discomfort and attend physiotharapy. After my accident I became pregnant. It's been difficult to work...Therefore winning a year supply of pampers nappies would be wonderful...I know they are a terrific product...Looking for some luck to finally come my way..
by sweetbaby1 1st Dec 2008, 9:28am
Hey i was looking at potty training youngest child who is 18 months, and then found out i was pregnant but kept putting it off and telling my self i was just making more work for my self. My pregnancy was horid vomiting for eight hours a day and trying to look after my too children, then i gave it a go and used pampers the were great! Then as things were going ok with my potty training things took a tern for the worse, went for a 28 week growth scan only to be told my baby was really small only weighing 800g thats not even 2lb then they sent me for another scan only then they discoered my baby wasnt getting enough blood flow and oxygen and not growing the rate he should be they said he was a month behind a normal growth baby. i was shocked i was advised to have a c section on the same day but no hospital would take me as they had a bed for me or not for baby, finally they found a hospital that had room for both of us miles away from my family and my two children. so off i went not even saying good bye to my children. I had a butiful baby boy at 28weeks weighing 680g 1lb 8oz hes in special care and for me to win a years worth of pampers would help me in a big way as micro premmi nappies arnt cheap and i woulnt have to worry about forking out for nappies for my middle child until things have got back to normal x x x x x x
by book 17th Nov 2008, 8:57am
I am expecting my first child in April. I am reliably told that Pampers nappies are the best. I would love to win a years supply of nappies, as this would help us out a great deal.
by ljksgk 12th Nov 2008, 9:23am
I definitely Love Pampers, I have never had any problem with them. Pampers New Baby with Secure-Me Fit now comes with fasteners that can be overlapped, holding my baby securely. Together with the stretchiest sides that give a snug fit, it´s our best fit ever for my newborn baby He just loves it - so that he can experience his new world with a feeling of reassurance and with its stretchy sides and overlapping fasteners it provides a snug and comfortable fit around the waist for your baby.

I would like to say thanks to its super absorbent core. Its cotton-like, breathable and extra soft outer-cover is extra comfortable next to your baby's skin.

So Just stick to Pampers ……………….Pampers the great!!!!!!!!!!


Pam

by Pamchahal 29th Sep 2008, 9:15am
I am expecting and due to three weeks time. A years supply of Pampers nappies would be wonderful and one less thing to have to worry about!
by Sals 22nd Sep 2008, 9:48am
i am using pamper nappies for my both kids. specially at night and they really have a good sleep and dry bed sheets instead of other brands
by paw 1st Sep 2008, 8:56am
pampers nappies are great they are the only nappies that dont move to the side and leak when your baby starts getitng active .
by kayleighward 4th Aug 2008, 9:14am
I am an Expecting mother to be and this will be my first child.
There is no other nappy I would even consider using apart from Pampers as everyone raves on and on about them over other brands.
A years supply would be a great start for my Baby
by AimeeWaimee 26th Jun 2008, 9:09am
pampers nappies are the best i wonldn`t use anything else they keep my daughter dry even when she has slept all night they are kind to her bottom and dont iritate her
by joanna01253 9th Jun 2008, 8:42am
i am verey pleased with pampers nappies because they are kind to my baby bottom.pampers have 100% protection and have no problems with nappie rash they are just fab.and there are lots of room to move around in.
by jack4sally 4th Jun 2008, 9:07am
i have two elder sisters, and what i learned from them with regard to nappies is that you dont have to compromise when it comes to nappy care-PAMPERS guarantees the best nappy protection throughout the baby's growth and at a reasonable price!!!!!!!!!
by tshepiloe 2nd Jun 2008, 8:45am
pampers are available in 4 stages which are great for growing babies and toddlers. i have always used pampers i did try other brands of nappies but i found that they either leeked through the sides or they would give the baby a bad nappy rash. now i am expecting my third baby and i will only ever use pampers.
by shurbert 21st May 2008, 8:48am
I had my first child in september and i tried the huggies but she was wet all the time so i tried pampers and very pleased as they keep her dry longer especially at bedtime.
by fox 17th Mar 2008, 8:40am
I am a mother of 2 and expecting a third child. I trust in Pampers products especially for new born babies who need their comfort when sleeping. They are great, no nappy rash. Their wipes r equally good. I have already pruchased lots of Pampers nappies in readiness for the birth of our new baby.
by BBMA 23rd Jan 2008, 11:47am
Pampers come in 4 stages.
I have used Pampers nappies on both my children. I tried different brands on the odd occasion but went back to Pampers straight away as the others always leaked. They fit perfectly and I will continue using Pampers until my son doesn't need nappies anymore. They are the best!
by lowie131 23rd Jan 2008, 9:21am
a year's supply of Pampers would be amazing and help out so much with our new baby.
by Tigerlily15 23rd Jan 2008, 9:14am
Pampers are available in 4 different stages.

I have tried reusables and another well known disposable but Pampers are the only nappies that don't give my baby nappy rash.
by mrscj75 7th Dec 2007, 12:53pm
Pampers are available in 4 stages so that you are able to stick with a brand you know will provide quality nappies at reasonable prices.
by Angel78 7th Dec 2007, 12:50pm
i think pampers nappies are good and the pull up knickers ar also brilliant the pictures on the pull ups always start my little girl off on a conversation she now knows what a elephant is lol i always use pampers as i no they work and she never leaks.
by charli987654321 7th Dec 2007, 12:47pm
pampers are available in four stages.

i have a very big concern. im 17 years of age and terrified of having this baby.
but i cant wait lol
by laydee 7th Dec 2007, 12:46pm
Excellent product for newborn
by roset 7th Dec 2007, 12:45pm
what a brilliant prize! I love Pampers nappies - they are the BEST!
by Silkysam 7th Dec 2007, 12:45pm
I haven't been able to test out the pampers yet as my baby isn't due for 2 more weeks but we've already stocked up on them and plan to use them. Pampers is the brand I trust most. Having 4 stages is great!
by canadianmommy2b 7th Dec 2007, 12:44pm
What a great prize - you'd save so much on nappies!
by Isis1981uk 7th Dec 2007, 12:40pm
4 STAGES ARE AVAILABLE.
I AM PLEASED THAT PAMPERS IS SUPPORTING UNICEF. Even though I find pampers slightly expensive I always buy a pampers product in support of this good cause!
by mummy2007 7th Dec 2007, 12:38pm
Pampers nappies are available in 4 stages. I used both Pampers and other brands with my first child because it was sometimes hard to find the right fit in a certain brand, but pampers were always my first choice. This time around i intend to use Pampers again.
by kee03 7th Dec 2007, 12:34pm
Answer is 4.Me and hubby think Pampers are fantastic.Comfortable,great stretch and fit,when we can get them on our little wriggler.We once tried less expensive nappies but our son virtually tore the tops off and mnaged to pull the sticky tape off the tabs.I suppose you always get what you pay for.Good luck potty training everyone
by mogarry 7th Dec 2007, 12:33pm
I've used many types of nappy over the years but always come back to Pampers. I've found them the best for me and my children.
by JUDE32 7th Dec 2007, 12:33pm
i am expecting my first baby and after years of working as a nursery nurse i know for sure that pampers are the best fitting, driest and most comfortable nappy brand going.
by steff414 7th Dec 2007, 12:31pm
4 stages
by sassie25uk 7th Dec 2007, 12:28pm
I like them - the quality always seems good for all sizes.
by hughese 7th Dec 2007, 12:23pm
Pampers Nappies are great as they are clearly identifiyable and easy to choose as they are all colour coded nd ages/weights clearly labelled. A Global brand indeed.
by Chester 7th Dec 2007, 12:19pm
4 stages
i agree with aliasomega, larger, cheaper packs would be a good idea
pampers is a brand you can trust
by fluffa 7th Dec 2007, 11:45am
Pampers are available in 4 stages. I am sure I once read that there was a nappy delivery service available, but perhaps this service no longer exists. It would be a boon for busy mums, though.
by LaLupa 7th Dec 2007, 11:31am
Pampers nappies are available in 4 stages.

Definitely a name you can trust and find almost anywhere.....thankfully!
by KayDee1979 7th Dec 2007, 11:27am
I first tried huggies when my son was born but I found that they held all the urine at the front, I was recomended pampers by another mother and have used them every since and he's now six months old. I also signed up to the pampers website and look forward to receiving a newsletter aswell as money off vouchers. I have already recomended pampers to my freinds
by lauram 7th Dec 2007, 11:26am
4 stages.

I used pampers with my 7 year old and had NO leaks or fastening problems. I would never use cheap own brand nappies as most of your time would be spent washing cot sheets every night !! More importantly NO nappy rash or sore bums!!!
by denisemc 7th Dec 2007, 11:24am
4 STAGES
I won't use anything but pampers they're the best :)
by soverign21 7th Dec 2007, 11:23am
pampers are great nappies
by hastiel 7th Dec 2007, 11:22am
Papers are available in 4 stages

Does anyone have any reccommendations for someone who wants to use terry towling (reusable nappies) at home and and disposables for going out?
by Hils 7th Dec 2007, 10:54am
I found my son took to the toilet but not the potty
by Viv07 7th Dec 2007, 10:49am
i think the pampers range is great,holds everything in and doesnt leak,i would recommend them to any mums,there are 4 different stages so they are great for all babies
by kentbabe 7th Dec 2007, 10:46am
The pampers range is available in four stages.
Being a 1st time mother pampers is the only brand i'll be using...all my friends use them and they recommend them every time!
by babyblonde84 7th Dec 2007, 10:33am
The most important thing when potty training is to keep it light hearted and fun. Praise and smiles go a long way to making it a successful transition time - that and Pampers nappies of course !
by jacinta 7th Dec 2007, 10:29am
Pampers nappies come in 4 stages. It would mean a great deal to us to be able to win a year's supply of pampers nappies. I already have a 2 year old and have used Pampers nappies throughout and will do so with my second child due in 7 weeks.
by luzzywugs 7th Dec 2007, 10:25am
It is great that Pampers also now offers 4 different stages of nappies. They are lightweight and fit very well making it easier to get it on quickly. I have to agree with AliasOmega that all stages are not always readily avialable everythere.
by kerjas 7th Dec 2007, 9:20am
There are 4 stages available from pampers. I have tried other brands but always come back to pampers, and definitely would not use any other brand at night. It would be great if you could bulk buy direct from factory as previously suggested!
by jacqui133 7th Dec 2007, 9:05am
All Pampers nappie products are available in 4 different stages, depending on your babies needs.

Pampers Swaddlers have been the best diaper used so far. They don't allow any leakage, unlike other name brand diapers that claim they work the best. We've used Pampers since the day our baby was born, while in the hospital. As a father of a newborn, I highly recommend these napers to any expant parents or parents who already have diaper problems with other nappies.
by ChapmanBaby07 7th Dec 2007, 9:03am
4 stages - as a mum to be for the first time, I haven't even considered nappies!!! There could be so much expense involved. If you're spending so much money you want nappies that would definately do the job. I intend using Pampers, all my friends that have had babies rave about them!
by CrazyJo 7th Dec 2007, 9:01am
We always use Pampers. I think they are a better quality than the super-
market brands...
by nicjc 7th Dec 2007, 9:00am
The answer is 4 stages.

I'm a total convert to Pampers despite using another leading brand with my previous 3 children.
by Erinath 7th Dec 2007, 8:48am
4 stages. I am 8 months pregnant with my 4th child. Needless to say.....I have tried them all. My daughters ages: 16,10,1 year and now we have a baby boy on the way! Throughout the years the quality of pampers still ARE THE BEST!!! I would LOVE to win diapers for a year since I have 2 children in 2 different stages!
by Angelc 7th Dec 2007, 8:47am
Pampers nappies are available in 4 differnt stages from newborn to toddler toilet training. They are great nappies and every mother should choose pampers for their baby.
by RsYummyMummy 7th Dec 2007, 8:45am
Pampers are available for 4 stages.

Pampers are great - it's trying to potty train that's difficult!
by Gilla01 7th Dec 2007, 8:44am
I think pampers nappeies are great they range from diffrent stags 2 suite different age groups and diffrent style of nappies like pull upps flexi easy up i think pampers fit perfect on my son they do not fit tight round the legs they hold a lot of urine in which meens more dry nights i absouloutley love pampers i recommend it to any mothers who are expecting
by rumena 28th Nov 2007, 10:34am
Pampers nappies are available in 4 stages

I feel that pampers are widely available wherever you are in the world. Though not always the size / requirements are available, and therefore sometimes an alternative brand is needed to be sourced.

Its a shame that you cant buy a 'job lot' of nappies, which could be sent direct to your house from the factory at a reduced cost.
by AliasOmega 21st Nov 2007, 9:13am

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