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Play freely in Pampers'
best dryness and fit

New Pampers Active Fit nappies have a longer absorption layer to absorb even better, no matter how you move. And a 3-Way Fit™ perfectly adapts to the waist, legs and bottom, giving babies our best fit.

Five fantastic ideas for baby’s first birthday

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Birthday parties are great, but they only last for a few hours. How do you celebrate your baby’s first birthday in a way that will last? Read on!
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For up to 12 hours of dryness

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lock in wetness better than the next leading nappy*.
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Serving you the best selection of useful tips, services, offers and product information to help you navigate the joys and challenges that come as your baby grows and develops.

It doesn't cost much to make your special moments last

Simply Dry's trusted dryness at an affordable price means that you can make the most of every moment with baby.

Are wipes right for you?

Baby wipes are proven safe, effective and convenient. With Pampers we've combined gentle softness and skincare with the convenience mums love.

A loving clean routine that's so
easy to learn

Change time presents the perfect opportunity to strengthen the bond between you and your baby. He're how with Pampers' loving clean routine.

Breastfeeding: When to wean your baby

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If you’ve chosen to breastfeed your baby, you will no doubt come a point where you ask yourself, "Is it time to wean?" Look for these signs that your baby is ready to stop nursing.
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Easy ways to get your toddler to go to bed

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One minute, she’s crying. The next, she wants water. You just want her to get some sleep. Follow these steps to get your toddler to sleep.
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Imaginary play will help your toddler develop the skills necessary for normal, healthy growth and toddler development. Here are some fun ideas to help your child make the most out of his games.
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Toddlers and imaginary play
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My 16-month-old toddler sleeps for 12 hours every night, then for another two hours or so in the middle of the day. Is that normal?
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Does my toddler sleep too much?

Babies keep moving,
even in their sleep

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Encouraging toddlers to play

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Building social skills is so important for toddler development, but sometimes tots need a little help. Learn how you can help your infant become the most popular child in the sandbox.
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Nothing gets your attention like hearing a cough from the cot.. Click below to find out what your baby's cough might mean and how to keep your baby healthy.
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Caring for a baby with a cough

When is it time to move to a toddler bed?

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Has your toddler grown out of the cot stage? There are a few things to look out for before your child makes the move from a cot to a toddler bed. Find out how to keep him safe once he's made the change.
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Baby development: 18 to 21 months

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Who's that baby? From 18 to 21 months, you may not recognize your little one as she learns to climb, walk, and play with others. Read more about baby development during these months.
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