To Parents Concerned About Your Child's
Wellbeing: What youDON'T
KNOW about diapers could mean delayed developmental
milestones and an extraYEAR of diapers for your child. Register at right to receive more information by
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Quiz, all with my compliments. - Renee Tice, the Antsy
Can The Right Toddler Diapers Get Your Child Out Of Diapers
If your child is in diapers, you change them multiple times every day; probably without thinking much
Diapers are temporary, though. Your child will one day use a toilet, just like you do, and like the rest of
our society does.
But can your current toddler diapers help move your child closer to the goal of potty independance?
Chances are, every diaper you change is currently a tiny step away from potty independence, no
matter what age your child is.
That's because children diapered in modern disposable diapers potty train later than children
diapered in reusable cloth diapers.
Most kids in diapers don't know when they are wetting because those super-dry-feeling diapers won't
let them feel wet.
Disposable diapers originated in response to the inconvenience of old-school cloth
diapers. Pins. Confusing origami folding and leaks galore. And on top of that, an intense laundry
routine. Our grandmothers dunked, scrubbed, and hung diapers out to dry.
Compared to all of that, throw-away paper diapers WERE the ultimate in convenience. But now, high quality
reusable diapers incorporate the same features that made disposables to easy to use. Built-in closures.
Waterproof outer layers. Snug leg and waist elastic to hold in messes.
Still, it's easy to throw used diapers in the trash. Washing diapers takes extra time, right?
You know what? That's true. It takes a little time to wash diapers every other day.
Here's the thing, though. You spend twice that amount of time changing your toddler's
diapers! So, if using these so-called convenient disposable diapers keeps your child in diapers for even a
short time, the supposed time savings of using them are GONE.
Diaper manufacturers get you hooked on the supposed convenience of throwing your baby's waste in the garbage by
supplying hospitals with free product; teeny little diapers that trap you into a buying cycle that continues
until your child is two and a half, or three, or even three and a half years old.
That's 6000 diapers or so! And upwards of $1600
You really do pay for "convenience", don't you?
Wow, right? Did you ever stop to do that math before?
So are you really keeping your child in diapers longer than necessary by choice? Because, the thing is...
By choosing disposable toddler diapers for your child, you are choosing to delay a major child development
Is there any other development milestone that parents routinely delay through their actions??? I don't know of
any. And I don't doubt you would feel like an awful parent if you were guilty of any of these...
Surely you wouldn't try to discourage your child from learning to walk?
I've never heard a parent tell their child not to say the alphabet, count to twenty or read a book.
And you wouldn't knowingly do things to prevent your child from learning to talk.
So don't make daytime dryness harder for your child to achieve, just because of the toddler diapers you chose
last month or last year.
You can make a different choice right now.
Since using disposable diapers keeps children in diapers longer, what is the solution?
Bring back the element that's missing. Your child needs to know when elimination occurs in order to learn from
it. So, even now in our age of convenience, that means reusable diapers.
Cloth Diapers Optimized For Your Active Toddler - Day And Night
When my first child started using the potty at 18 months back in 2008, her daycare refused to use the cloth
diapers she'd been wearing almost her whole life. They wanted me to send pull up training pants so it would be
easy to take her potty.
I hated the idea of switching to wasteful disposable diapers, so I researched my cloth options first.
I wanted an easy-to-use next-step diapering solution that the daycare would use and that would help my toddler
through the learning process, but without creating extra hassles for me. All of the conveniences of disposable
products, but with the true wetting feedback you can only get with cloth.
My background is in Apparel Design, and I spent years managing
innovation projects for the biggest global name in the sportswear industry. I was paid a very good salary
to research and solve problems, creating apparel that truly was technical gear. That experience makes me a
notoriously demanding customer when it comes to any kind of clothing, but especially performance apparel.
What did I find waiting for me in the cloth diaper world?
Lots of cloth diapers that didn't pull on and off over the feet.
Lots of training pants that aren't waterproof, or don't hold a full pee, or both.
You see, my dream product, this cloth diaper/training pant hybrid, didn't exist, so I designed it myself. And
does it live up to my lofty requirements? Absolutely.
Pull-Up Cloth Diapers
Read on to see why Antsy Pants™ are so perfect for active toddlers:
Easy Pull-Up Styling Fits Great - These diapers are designed to fit
comfortably on your child as he grows. Not ready for potty training boot camp? No problem.
Antsy Pants™ are cool with that.
Convenient AIO for day diapering - No stuffing required. There are three
super fast absorbing layers of absorbent materials inside every synthetic-lined Antsy
Pants™ Pull-Up Cloth Diaper.
Open-Wide Pocket for night diapering - Every Antsy Pants™ has a built in
side-opening pocket to allow for best cleaning and allow you the flexibility to add
absorbency for night, naps, and heavy wetters.
I have a whole new appreciation for your product!!
I decided during the weekend to go all cloth training pants/diapers for Connor (except for
nighttime, just for the convenience of it.)
My reason: he needed more feedback so I could coerce him into potty training.
So I bought a few, and tried them all today.
Of them all, he loved yours the most! And I love the design!
Nicole, Mommy to Connor, age 2 1/2
Daycare-Friendly Leak-Resistant Design - Antsy Pants™ are diapers first and foremost.
Their job is to contain messes so they don't end up on the floor, the furniture... you get the picture.
Cloth training pants can't make this claim.
"We were happy to use Antsy Pants™ Pull Up Diapers in our daycare. I liked the design of
these trainers so much I even ordered a set for my granddaughter."
Miss Penny, Owner, Butterflies and Bumblebees Daycare
Your child will love them - These look like "big kid pants" and they are super cute!
In fact, don't tell your toddler that they are diapers. It'll be our secret.
"When Jasper first tried Antsy Pants™ he refused to cover them up. He ran to show them to
everyone he saw, even strangers. And when we were out, they were the perfect solution when he
refused to use the auto flushing toilets."
Amberlynn, Mom to Jasper, age 2 1/2
Easier diaper changes for antsy toddlers - Change them standing up or lying down, pull
them on like big kid pants or wrap and fasten like usual. No need to pull big messes over shoes and
socks, or remove shoes in a public restroom.
"One day I was in the men's room at the zoo changing my daughter into a disposable Pull-Up. I
was balancing us both as I took off her shoes and tried to keep her socks clean while putting
on the diaper. I found myself wishing I were putting her in her Antsy Pants™. Sometimes you
want the flexibility to open the sides instead."
Neil, Daddy to Georgia, 20 months
Better for your child - No chemicals next to your child's sensitive skin, unlike
Better for the environment - These reusable diapers will cut your trash output
greatly, and their care makes very little impact as well. They can be washed with your other laundry;
no extra loads, just an extra pre-rinse.
Save money over disposable products - Invest once and cross diapers off your grocery
bill for good. Want to know more? Check out our Cost Comparison.
Immediate Wetting Feedback™ - Every accident is a new learning experience to help your
child master the skill of identifying the need to eliminate, whether or not you are actively "potty
Children who wear cloth diapers tend to potty train earlier than those in disposable diapers. The difference
comes down to wetting feedback. Antsy Pants™ Pull Up Cloth Diapers provide the same instant Wetting Feedback™ as
all-cotton diapers, but without risking rashes and discomfort on sensitive skin.
Disposable training pants do a great job of absorbing accidents, and so do Antsy Pants™. What's
different is how they feel to the touch immediately after wetting.
Disposable diapers and training pants whisk wetness through a non-absorbent top sheet into a
moisture-sucking batch of chemicals, keeping your child from feeling wet for even a brief time. No feeling = no
So just what is Wetting Feedback™? It's the immediate wet feeling that helped our
mothers and grandmothers potty train their children early using cotton diapers, coupled with a transition to a dry
feel through the use of performance wicking fabrics and super fast absorbing "guts" inside the
Antsy Pants™ were developed to feel wet for up to ten minutes before they return to a dry feel on the lining
surface. Wetness is spread quickly across and through the performance lining fabric, where it is
pulled into the moisture-loving absorbent layers. That means that your child will know when she wets, every
time she wets. You don't have to change her immediately, and you don't have to strip her naked to let her know when
What Antsy Pants™ really provide is a top-quality convenient, comfortable, leak-resistant reusable pull-up
diaper that has the added benefit of helping your child learn when it's time to go potty (a skill absolutely
crucial to achieving potty independence, and which makes potty training so much
easier!), with no stressful accidents.
Here's what you can expect to receive when you place your order:
Your own stash of reusable Antsy Pants™ Pull-Up Diapers in fun toddler colors. Choose how many diapers
based on number of changes per day and laundering frequency.
Flat inserts for night-time diapering if desired.
Full printed instructions for the diapers' use and care.
Our support during the whole time you are using the diapers, including our online FAQs and a toll-free
customer service number.
Our full product guarantee. We stand behind the quality of our diapers one hundred percent. That's even
if you've already washed them, and even if your child has already worn them.
Every day your child stays in disposable diapers reinforces his habit of eliminating into a diaper instead
of the potty.
Place your Antsy Pants™ order today and start laying the groundwork for successful potty training.
Let me tell you, no corners have been cut in the making of this premium product. Antsy Pants™ Pull-Up Cloth
Diapers were engineered to perform to some pretty high standards (mine) and as such, the price tag may at first
glance seem high.
Bear in mind, though, that this one-time purchase also replaces the ongoing expense of disposable diapers. One
set can easily pay for itself in less than three months of use.
"When I put my son in an Antsy Pants™ diaper for the first time he just kept saying "I have
a green one" excitedly. He actually cried when we took it off."
Sabrina, Mommy to Lucas, age 2 1/2
Don't you owe it to your child to take this step? It's simple to get your own stash of the best pull-up cloth
diapers on the market. Just make sure you have your PayPal or credit card information on hand, click on the
appropriate link below and follow the instructions on the order page. Your Antsy Pants ™
will be on their way to you soon.
The sooner you let Antsy Pants ™ take over the task of teaching your
child his body's elimination signals, the sooner you can be rid of daytime diapers once and for all.
Take a positive step for your child, your family and your environment right now.
You'll be so glad you did. And if your child has another six months in
diapers, the cost is only around $0.80 per day*!
Place your Antsy Pants™ order today and start laying the groundwork for successful potty training. Don't
delay; these popular toddler diapers are selling as fast as we can make them!
P.S.- I ran across a pediatric study about potty training funded by Kimberly-Clark, the
corporation that sells the Huggies® brand of disposable diapering products. Their intention was to show that
children aren't ready to start potty training until they turn two and a half. But in the process, they confirmed
that doesn't have to be true, if you let your child learn from Antsy Pants™ Wetting Feedback™.