What's the secret to raising happy, healthy baby? The truth is, there really isn't one. As long as they get lots of love, plenty of sleep to grow and develop, and in time, the freedom to play their own way, you'll be giving them a great start.
Since 2006, Pampers has supported UNICEF and helped millions of babies enjoy their first smile by protecting them against newborn tetanus.
Whether you're a first-time mum or this is your second (or third or fourth!) child, watch one mum's tips to make the homecoming smooth and comfy for everyone.
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Unbeatable protection for newborns’ skin will help give your precious baby the care they deserve.
Read on and get inspiration from top-10 popular baby boy names from nine countries around the world.
Learn from one mom's story about having premature twins, and rest assured you're not alone!
Up to 12 hours of dryness for giggly mornings.
Watch why you don't need to speak any language to bond with your little one when you have a universal language - touch.
Find out more how Pampers is caring for your baby’s world.
Your baby is only 1 once! Do something memorable for your little one that can last a lifetime.
Reaching, crawling and everything in between: Read this guide to see how to help your little on reach movement milestones.
If your little one doesn't seem to respond to any of your soothing techniques, he might have colic. But don't worry! Read on for tips to help calm your baby and hopefully get some quiet in the house!
Pampers has an incredible opportunity to contribute to the communities where we live and work. Investment in jobs and improved working standards is important, but we also support communities in ways that go
We want to continue making better, more effective products that offer our best dryness while reducing their environmental impact.
It's important to learn your letters and numbers, but it can also be fun! Matching games are a fun and effective way to introduce letters and numbers to your child. Our game makes learning fun for your little
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Keep your friends and family guessing your baby’s gender until you’re ready to share the good news, using one of these eight clever ideas.
Help your child begin to understand commands - while helping her burn off some energy - and have loads of laughter-inducing fun at your local park.
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Use these ideas to get out and about with your child while helping her learn a little more about the world around her.