Disclosure: This review was made possible by Double Duty Divas and Pampers. I was provided the featured product free of charge to facilitate my review, but all opinions are 100% mine.
As you all know, I’ve been having some pretty sleepless nights with my 4-month old son going through some serious sleep regression. You can read all about it in part one of my Sleepless in Atlanta post. However, the one thing I am grateful for, is his awesome Pamper’s diapers that hold up through all of our sleep training. I never have to worry about a leak, at night, or any time, because they offer 12 hours of overnight protection.
This little guy doesn’t have to worry about leaking, so he can have sweet and big dreams! He’s our little powerhouse, already an athlete…he has to do something with all that energy, since sleep right now isn’t one of them right now.
Check out that Game Day face!
When I do get a break away from sleep training, I (and the rest of my family) have been enjoying the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympic Games.
The games are in full swing swing and Pampers, one of my favorite brands, is celebrating the littlest of athletes by partnering with Team USA members Noelle Pikus Pace (skeleton)
and David Wise (feestyle skiing)
Both Noelle and David are medal-contenders at the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games, parents, and proven performers!
Pampers will continue the celebration of little athletes – and their Game Faces – during the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games on the Pampers Facebook page. You can visit the Pampers Facebook page to participate in the celebration of the littlest and cutest of athletes. And they are sooo CUTE!
Be sure to enter “Game Face” sweepstakes, where parents can upload images of their baby’s best “Game Face” and have their photo turned into a customizable meme that can be shared with family and friends.
A grand-prize winner and their family will have the opportunity to participate in a photo shoot with Team USA athlete, freestyle skier, David Wise. – What a great memorable moment you would be able to share with your little when they get older!
Good luck and continue to enjoy the Games!