How you can Change a Baby’s Diaper


How to Change a Baby Diaper

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BLOG: Watch for how to change a baby’s diaper and some of my diaper changing tips! You also might like: • How Chux Pads Saved Me http://w. Once you’re ready, here’s how to change your baby’s diaper in a few easy steps: Lay your baby down on her back and remove the used diaper. Wrap it up and stick the tapes down to seal the bundle.

Toss Gently clean your baby’s diaper area, taking care to clean between the folds of. Place the baby on their back on the changing surface. Unfasten the diaper tabs. Raise your child’s bottom off of the diaper by gently grasping their ankles and lifting.

If there is a lot of poop present, you can use the upper half of the diaper to gently sweep it toward the lower half of the diaper. To change your baby, follow the steps below: 1. Lay your baby on his back. Remove any clothing that inhibits access to the diaper. At this age, rompers are popular 2. Remove the soiled diaper. For disposable diapers, pull up the sticky tabs.

For reusable cloth diapers, remove the 3. Lift your. How to Change a Diaper Method 1 of 4: Removing the Diaper and Cleaning the Baby. Wash your hands.

Before you change the baby’s diaper, wash Method 2 of 4: Putting on the Clean Disposable Diaper. Lay the clean diaper under the baby. Grab the opened clean diaper. Apply any lotion, baby powder, or diaper rash cream as directed by your baby’s healthcare provider. Pull the front of the diaper through your baby’s legs and use one hand to gently hold it against the baby’s stomach.

With the other hand un-tape one side and secure it to the front of the diaper. Repeat with the other side. How to change a diaper like a pro. Tip #1: Gather your supplies. Soft wipes, fresh diaper, plastic bag.

Tip #2: Roll baby’s hands in her shirt to keep baby’s hands clean. Tip #3: Put a fresh diaper under baby before removing the soiled one. Tip #4: Use the front half of the diaper to wipe your baby’s bottom if there’s poop. Wash and dry your hands, or clean them with hand sanitizer or a baby wipe.

Set up a warm, clean area to change your baby. If you’re not using a changing table, consider laying a blanket, towel, or changing mat on the floor or bed. Grab your supplies, including a clean diaper and plenty of wipes or wet cloths. Lift your baby’s legs, and slide the dirty diaper out. Hold his legs to keep him from touching the messy diaper.

Slide a clean diaper underneath him. On a disposable diaper, the adhesive tabs go in. Place the baby on her back, but never turn yours, even with using safety straps. Unfold the new diaper.

With one hand, gently but firmly lift your baby’s ankles, using the other to ease the fresh.

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• Change diapers before and after every feeding, expose the infant’s buttocks to the air and light several times a day for about 20 minutes to treat diaper rash, apply ointment to minimize contact with urine and feces.

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Helpful tips to parents include—use disposable nappies if possible: • If you use cloth nappies, use nappy liners to keep the skin dry and make sure the nappies are rinsed and dried well after washing • Change the nappies frequently—do not leave your baby in a wet or dirty nappy • Wash the baby’s bottom at every change.

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Change cloth according to infant’s health condition Talk to the infant gently and wipe the face and hands when feeding, before and after the meal, and after changing the unclean diaper Hold the infant with a standing position; make the infant flex and crawl.

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For nappy changes when the infant has had a bowel movement, wash skin thoroughly (for about thirty seconds to one minute) with warm water and cottonwool balls instead of nappy wipes.

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At each diaper change, the parents should wash the skin with clear water or with a commercial alcohol-free diaper wipe (and perfume-free if an infant has sensitive skin), then pat or allow to air dry.

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Before putting on a new diaper, wait a few minutes to allow your baby’s clean bare skin to air-dry (or blow-dry the diaper area with a hair dryer set on low or no heat).

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Change diaper immediately after each bowel movement, wash skin with mild soap and pat dry, apply “barrier” ointment (e.g., A & D), and avoid using commercial baby wipes.

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Each change of diapers requires that the parent obtain a fresh diaper, remove the wet diaper, wash or wipe off or powder the child, put on a fresh diaper and dispose of the wet diaper, and clean up any floor stains.

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Parents can place a soft, dry paper towel, tissue, or square of toilet paper inside the diaper with each change to more easily tell when the diaper is wet.

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Change the outside (larger) diaper when the child is wet; change both diapers when the child has a bowel movement.

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  • I’m babysitting for a family I know, but it’s for the first time since they had their new baby and I was freaking out, so thank you!

  • Hi, I am babysitting an almost 2 year old boy and a 3 year old girl in 5 day from 8 to really late and I just have to be there if they wake up but I’m kinda nervous because I’ve never babysat baby’s before only kindergarten and above. Any advice?

  • I’m watching this is preparation to watch my 2 nieces and nephew. Luckily my nephew is potty training so he will be easy, but I’ve never changed a diaper and the girls are 2

  • Easy when it is a doll dear! Have just been reading how many times babies have a bowel movement no wonder some people jokingly refer to babies as pooing and weeing machines!

  • This is one of the reasons why I never want children of my own. I’m a huge germaphobe and I am bipolar. Any severe stressful situation tends to make me have psychotic symptoms and induces extreme feelings of depression in me. I’m pretty sure that if I had a kid I would literally be driven insane and would have to be hospitalized numerous times. I’m not trying to degrade children but they are extremely hard to take care of and brings a lot of stress into one’s life. I respect the people who have the endurance to handle them and be parents. That’s something that I would never be able to do. I am thankful that I have a fiancé who feels the same way.

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  • Thank you for this. I’m going to be a new mommy in June and I’ve changed diapers here and there before but it’s been years. I am sure it won’t take but a couple of times to have it down. Lol there will be lots of practice that’s for sure!!

  • Thank u so much my wife and I have 2 kids now and I wanted to help my wife as much as possible so I thought diaper changing would be a good idea. So thank u so much

  • What Specific Brand of Diaper is Used on the Beautiful Baby?! “Fold the top of the Diaper below the…Cord!! Let good air circulate in which case it will dry faster!!”

  • What? it does matter! You mean to tell me women have been wiping poop onto our Peters for payback all these generations?!

    Start wiping us from front to back too! #AllDiapersMatter!

  • I think you forgot a step: aren’t there raspberries that need to be lightly blown on the exposed tummy before the little onesy is reattached?? Our Pediatrician told me this helps with digestion. ��

  • My daughter was going to babysit for the first time and she was worried that she would not know how to change a diaper then she watched this. Life saver!! thank you

  • Is it sad that I’m 13 and watching this bc I have to watch my 2.5 year old 2nd cousin??? I’m babysitting soon and feel weird lol����

  • My problem is im not good around poop and the smell as I have a pretty weak stomach to that kind of stuff even smelling my own poop after I use the toilet I’m like gagging ��but yeah guess I gotta overcome that since it’s a baby and it has to be done cause it cant change it its self

  • You should call it Women and Men Hospital, just changed my first diaper, dont know why but im so excited, Its only disgusting till you realize you are the only one there to take care of it

  • It’s great to see this help for free out there for young siblings looking to help mom or dad out and or yu=oung teen moms. Thanks for showing this.

  • I have been told by my momma who has had Ryan, my brother, and me, that boys will tend to spray pee onto the wall or in the parent’s face whereas girls will tend to just form a puddle of pee on the changing table.


  • I’ve never really babysat before and I’m slightly panicking because this weekend I’m taking care of not one but two one year old baby’s����‍♀️

  • I’m due in a week and this is my first. I was concerned with how rough she was. I guess I have this notion that they are so fragile

  • The only cause of diet is wearing a diet try and leave your child now bottom and use scentless petroleum jelly when wearing a diaper