GDiaper Update :: Potty Training

My little GDiaper boy is growing up, and he is enjoying the feel of underpants – especially in this heat! Most disposable diapers use sodium polyacrylate to ensure long lasting dry diapers. Have you ever put Pampers in the ocean? It will absorb and expand to an unsightly size until the gel turns into tiny balls. Your three year old still won’t know if he has pottied his diaper!

So, while my little guy rarely complained over wet GDiapers, he definitely appreciates his undies. Graham has been willing to don thin cotton, and keep it dry.

Just another great reason to give up disposable diapers.



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