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How To Change A Diaper In 10 Easy Steps
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How To Change A Diaper In 10 Easy Steps

The first days of your newborn’s life, though full of joy, are also full of the same handful of tasks. The weeks go by in a blur of feedings, lost sleep and countless diaper changes. Diapering may seem simple but many new parents find the task surprisingly difficult. Infants aren’t always cooperative at changing time, and it can be hard to handle a wriggling baby in need of a fresh diaper and possibly a whole new outfit. We’ve put together

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How to change a diaper
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How to change a diaper

Changing a diaper is a basic parenting task, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t a little confusing at first. Don’t worry – it’s easily mastered. Diapering a baby – whether a tiny newborn or a squirmy toddler – can seem like a daunting task to the uninitiated. But there’s no getting around it: Babies need to be kept clean, dry, and comfy. “The diapering process can feel a bit unnatural and cumbersome at first, but it quickly becomes second nature,”

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Diapering Your Baby

New parents spend a lot of time changing diapers — babies may use 10 diapers a day or more! Diaper changing might seem complicated at first. But with a little practice, you’ll find that keeping your baby clean and dry is easy. Getting Ready Before you begin, gather a few supplies: a diaper fasteners (if you use prefolded cloth diapers) a container of warm water and cotton balls (for babies with sensitive skin) or a clean washcloth or diaper wipes diaper ointment

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Diaper Changing Steps at Home

Protect yourself and your children from germs by following these diapering steps. 1. Clean Child Keep a hand on the child for safety at all times. Place the child on diapering surface and unfasten diaper. Clean the child’s diaper area with fresh baby wipes. Remember to always wipe from front to back! Keep dirty diaper/clothing away from any surfaces that cannot be easily cleaned. 2. Remove Dirty Diaper If child is using cloth diapers: Place used disposable baby wipes in

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