18 July 2009

Piddle Puddle

Why, why, why do I stray from Pampers Cruisers?  WHY??

I noticed on my last trip to Sam's that the cost per diaper difference between Pampers and Huggies was noticeable.

Mistake #1:  "How different can Huggies be?"

Immediately, I noticed that they didn't have that Pampers fresh smell to them and didn't quite hug him like the ol' Pampers.

Mistake #2:  "Well, that's just aesthetics.  I'm sure they work just as well or they wouldn't be a top-selling brand.  I like their wipes."

Flash-forward to this afternoon when I decided to kill a little time with the Pea in a new doggy boutique while Bill sold back some DVD's to Vintage Stock. 

Mistake #3: Okay, I don't even know how this happened.  All I know is that one minute, I was looking at custom doggy thongs (DO NOT ASK!!), and the next minute, there was a puddle of Henry's pee-pee on the floor and my pants.  The bizarre thing was that the diaper wasn't all that wet, and he didn't pee on his clothes at all.  Thankfully, with that many quivering little dogs around, there was already a lot of mopping going on.

And I will never buy anything but Pampers again.  This time I mean it.


The Reign of Ellen said...

I will give a plug for White Cloud, though. After Anna exited Pampers Swaddlers (nothing compares to those), I found that White Cloud was just as good as the Cruisers. And a LOT cheaper.

Karen said...

I might give them a try with a very small package. I've had a hard time finding them in the small/medium sizes, though.

Sunny of The Beehive said...

I second white cloud! And if the dipe wasn't very wet or his clothes there is a chance his bits and pieces weren't tucked in, that happened more than a time or two with our boys!

Karen said...

Yeah, we've had straying "bits & pieces" issues with the Huggies. It's a good thing that I only have 17 million left.