The 2012 London Olympics will be here before you know it and Pampers is teaming up with two-time Olympic Games Gold medalist (Beach Volleyball) and Team USA athlete, Kerri Walsh, to help introduce Limited Edition “USA” diapers and wipes, which will be hitting shelves this April.
I never realized how physically active babies actually are until one day I was walking behind Kacie & Kaila and noticed that Kaila had to take 2 steps for every 1 of Kacie’s just to keep up with her. After that, I started watching her throughout the day as she ran (not walked) everywhere around the house – up the stairs, down the stairs, into the kitchen, out the front door, etc. Boy, if I ran everywhere I would be exhausted!
As a proud member of the Pampers Baby Board, I recently received an amazing “Spirit of Play” Packs which was put together by Pampers and Kerri Walsh personally. This pack came complete with must-haves for a play date at the beach with little ones:
- Sports duffel bag
- Box of Pampers Limited Edition “USA” Diapers
- Pampers Splashers diapers
- Infant SPIRIT OF PLAY shirt
- Signed mini volleyball for baby toss
- Beach shovel and pale
- Pampers Wipes
And since we live in Hawaii, we’re always looking for fun things to play with while in the water or on the sand. The signed mini volleyball is perfect for little hands while the beach shovel and pail comes in handy when making sand castles.
And don’t forget the Pampers Splashers diapers for those little ones (like Kaila) who are not completely potty trained yet. It’s always a good idea not to use regular diapers while in the water (I learned this the hard way) since it will absorb a lot of water and become very heavy. Of course, once your child is back at the picnic area the Limited Edition “USA” Diapers would be a perfect way to keep your baby’s bottom dry.
Start gearing up for the 2012 London Olympics and proudly show your support for the home team with Kerri Walsh & Pampers!
Owner of An Island Life. A flight attendant and mother to 3 beautiful girls. . . living a blessed life in Hawaii.