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HUGGIES Pañales Little Swimmers Talla 3/4 (7 a 15 kg) - Paquete de 12 pañales
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- Huggies Little Swimmers Disposable Swim Diapers, Small, 12-Count - Pink/Blue
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I will mention, though, that I've bought these twice from Amazon, and once was the wrong pattern/color (since you can't specify when you order, and they are not remotely gender-neutral...can't dress my son in PINK swimmers without my niece getting very upset!) and once was fine, but then I also bought the same package from Target, and those must be the newer version of these, cause they were SO MUCH EASIER TO USE! The package from Target had diaper velcro tabs on the side, so you didn't have to try to slide it up chubby squirmy baby legs! So, in the future, both to get the pattern/gender I want, AND to get the newer, easier version, I will be buying these at Target or some other physical store, rather than from Amazon.
Okay, aside from that, here's the thing: the whole point is that they don't swell up in the water like a regular diaper, so OBVIOUSLY they don't absorb very much liquid. It drives me crazy that people complained about the lack of absorbency in these reviews, I mean, c'mon people. The point is not to contain the urine, it's to contain the fecal matter. So I dress my little guy in a normal diaper and swimsuit until we are just about to put him in the water, then we quickly change him into a swim diaper, and that works perfectly.
However, if we're at home in the community pool and not at the beach or some other pool not within walking distance of my house, I prefer to use reusable swim diapers for him instead of these disposable ones, just because reusable swim diapers are somewhat absorbent and better for the skin and of course much cheaper long-term. But, since you can't beat the convenience of just tossing these disposable ones once they get dirty or you're done swimming for the day, I prefer to use these for any swimming trips and I always keep some of these in my pool/beach bag, just in case my son's reusable swim diaper gets dirty before we're done swimming; I just change him and keep swimming, and keep the reusable diaper in a ziplock until we're done and I can rinse it off and launder it. If anyone's curious, we use the Charlie Banana reusable swim diapers, and they're awesome. Sizing is the same as these reusables, so far; my son is 6 months 17 lbs, and he's wearing a size small (fits perfectly) in both these disposable swim diapers and the reusable Charlie Banana swim diapers.