Nappy Changing

 

Nappy Changing Information

 

Here at the World Of Babies we have gathered together some useful information on Baby Nappy Changing including information regarding Nappy Changing Routine and some points on the Pro's and Con's on Disposable versus re-usable nappies.

 

 

How hard can it be to Change A Nappy I hear you say? Well it's not quite as easy as some people might think, especially if you have a little wriggly baby who isn't really impressed by the whole nappy changing process and actually prefers not to wear one. You might find it helpful to give your baby a rattle or your set of keys always seems to work as it will distract them for just about long enough to get that nappy changed. If this is your first baby and you are finding changing their nappy a little difficult, I can assure you that you are going to be changing so many nappies in the near future that it will soon become second nature. There are also some Nappy Changing Games that you could try as this will help to make changing your baby more fun for your and your little one.

 

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The World Of babies Opinion on Re-usable nappies Versus Disposable Nappies

Reusable Terry Towelling Nappies

These come as foldable, traditional terry towelling squares, which you then pin or clip to hold them on, or else pre-shaped nappies, which usually use built-in fastenings so there's no need for folding or pinning.

Gone are the days when Terry Towelling Nappies were just white, they now come in a variety of colours and shapes for you to choose from.

The pre-shaped ones tend to take longer to dry after washing, whereas the terry towelling ones unfold and dry quite quickly. Your baby may need to wear waterproof pants over the nappy to stop leakage through to their clothes.

The initial outlay can seem expensive, but this is considerably less than the cumulative cost of disposables over two-and-a-half years.

It's also kinder to the environment to opt for reusable - even when you factor in the washing. Once you've bought them, they can do for more than one child, and not having to buy nappies makes a real difference to the bulk of your weekly shop.

Disposable nappies

There are several brands that are constantly being redeveloped, to convince parents that this year's nappy is even better than last year's in terms of fit and absorbency. They're convenient, as there's no washing and drying.

Most parents use disposables because of this convenience factor, and parents who use reusable nappies most of the time may use disposables one when away from home.

Some parents also opt for reusable during the day and disposables at night.