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Pampers nappy pants - up to 12 hours of dryness for Wriggly Babies

Advice and support on your growing babies for parents and childcare professionals

When babies start to wriggle around and crawl away during nappy changes, taped nappies can become hard to apply.

So, Pampers has partnered with iChild to introduce you to Pampers Active Fit nappy pants.

Pampers nappy pants come with the Pampers 12-hours of dryness promise. They're also quick and easy to pull on, with a stretchy waistband and all around fit, making changing time that bit smoother with your wriggly baby.


of nurseries said Pampers nappy pants kept their babies comfortable
the day


of nurseries said Pampers nappy
pants kept
their babies


of nursery managers rate Pampers nappy
pants as
or 'Good'

After trying them,


of parents intend to
purchase Pampers
nappy pants.

Of these,


said they would now like to buy Pampers nappy pants as their preferred nappy choice.

We have awarded Pampers nappy pants 'iChild Recommends' status.

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How to use Pampers nappy pants
How to put on pants

1. Stretch

Pull your hands through the leg openings and stretch out the nappy's sides.

2. Put on

Pull pants on like underwear and keep Pampers logo in front.

How to
remove pants

3. Remove & Dispose

Tear both sides of the pants to remove. Roll up and secure with disposable tape.

Pampers nappy pants available from size 3:

Baby-Dry &
Baby-Dry &
Baby-Dry &
6-11 kg 8-15 kg 12-18 kg 16+ kg
13-24 lbs 18-33 lbs 26-40 lbs 35+ lbs

Pack variants available in: carry packs, essential packs and jumbo+ packs

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0-3 Months
The Fledgling

By the end of this stage, your baby should be able to:

  • Raise their head and chest when lying on their tummy
  • Open and shut their hands
  • Bring their hand toward their mouth
  • Turn their head toward a sound or a dangling toy
3-6 Months
The Tumbler

By the end of this stage, your baby should be able to:

  • Roll from front to back and from side to side
  • Sit with the help of their hands, and perhaps even without them
  • Use a raking grasp to pick things up

It's time to consider Pampers Nappy Pants

6-9 Months
The Wriggler

By the end of this stage, your baby should be able to:

  • Sit without support
  • Move from tummy or back into sitting
  • Start to move, perhaps creeping, crawling or bottom-shuffling
  • Start to pull to a standing position
9-12 Months
The Cruiser

By the end of this stage, your baby should be able to:

  • Pull to stand and cruise along furniture
  • Stand alone and may take several independent steps
  • Moves easily in and out of various positions to explore their environment and get toys, even when they're on the changing table
12-18 Months
The Independent

By the end of this stage, your baby should be able to:

  • Stand well
  • Walk indepenently
  • Stack two bricks
  • Squat to pick up a toy
  • Climb up stairs or onto the sofa or a chair
18-24 Months
The Blur

By the end of this stage, your baby should be able to:

  • Walk more quickly, and run a little
  • Begin to jump
  • Build a tower of six bricks or more
  • Find new ways to move and play
Dr. Carol Cooper
Dr Carol Cooper

Carol Cooper is a family doctor, health journalist and author. She has written a string of books on parenting and childcare, and has co-authored two medical textbooks.

Remember, if you have any concerns about your baby's development, speak to your GP or health visitor as soon as possible.