change the baby
If you’re a parent of a baby, whether it be a newborn or an older child, you probably realize how important it is to change the baby regularly. If you forget to change the baby in a timely manner throughout the day she can develop a diaper rash, which is a pink or red skin rash that causes extreme pain and discomfort. Liberally applying Sudocrem Healing Cream – 125g can help to sooth some of the discomfort caused by a rash, but it’s better to prevent your baby from ever developing a rash in the first place. That’s why it’s crucial to check your baby’s diaper for urine and stools regularly throughout the day. Many pediatricians recommend checking a baby’s diaper to see if it needs to be changed ever hour or two. Babies that have healthy digestive systems and are properly hydrated will normally urinate and have bowel movements several times each day.
So, how often is it really necessary for a parent or caregiver to change the baby? The answer to that question changes as your baby grows and develops. In the first month, it’s estimated that you’ll need to change the baby approximately 10 to 12 times a day. That’s why it’s a good idea to stock up on diapers before your little bundle of joy even arrives home from the hospital! If you’re finding that you need to change the baby more often than that, or you’re finding that diapers are starting to leak, it’s possible that your baby needs to wear a different size of diaper. Diapers that fit snugly around the legs are less likely to leak.
Once your baby begins sleeping through the night it’s normally not necessary to change the baby in the middle of the night. You can let them sleep until they wake up on their own in the morning. It’s important to change the baby first thing in the morning as their diaper will likely be quite full at this time. You can use a disposable change mats bulk at Amcal to do this.
It’s imperative to change the baby whenever her diaper appears to be full or you can tell that she has had a bowel movement. Staying on top of diaper changing can make your child feel more comfortable and spare you from the stress of dealing with leaky diapers. Whether you choose to use cloth diapers or disposable diapers, regular diaper changing is an important part of attending to the needs of your child.
As your baby grows into the toddler phase you should try to help them phase out of using diapers. Though some people recommend allowing them to stay in a wet diaper to intentionally cause discomfort, this isn’t advisable, as you don’t want them to develop a diaper rash. Instead, you can use positive reinforcement to aid in potty training. There are special diapers you can purchase that make it easier for a young toddler to use the potty. They can easily slip up and down, functioning more like underwear. When and how to potty train a child will vary depending on when a child is ready.