Hawaii Mom Blog: Review: Keep Baby Dry with Sposie




January 4, 2019

Review: Keep Baby Dry with Sposie

Disclosure: Complimentary product was received for review purposes. All opinions are entirely my own.  

Who wants to deal with a diaper leak—or worst yet—an exploding diaper? Not me!

Long before The Mini was even a glimmer in our minds (or my uterus) I would babysit my friends’ babies and cringe at the thought of having to change all. Those. Diapers. Sometimes I even considered waiting till my friends came home so that they could change the diaper themselves. (I always changed the diaper though, promise!)

So now that it’s time to start thinking about all the diapers our baby will go through I have a plan: Dad. But in the event that I’m left to my own devices I’m glad that Sposie provided us with a pack of booster pads to test.

They’re like an extra line of defense for your regular diaper and help increase a diaper’s normal absorbing capacity (up to eight fluid ounces!), wicking moisture away from baby’s skin. Simply place your Sposie Booster Pad seam-side down on the disposable diaper of your choice and secure. For peace of mind they’re dermatologist and pediatrician tested, hypoallergenic and 100 percent free from chemicals. We haven’t used them yet (because we’re still waiting on The Mini’s arrival) but I imagine they’re great for nap, bed time or travel.

Sposie Booster Pads are less than $10 a pack and can be purchased online at Target or Amazon. And what new mom doesn’t appreciate free shipping and doorstep delivery?

Hopefully all of this means less middle-of-the-night diaper changes for Dad. Cause let’s face it, he’s already been assigned dirty diaper duty for the next nine months.

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