As a new mommy,you should do many things in a day,especially you should known how to change diaper,and keep baby clean.Today we will list some tips to get you started.Whether you're using a conventional disposable diaper or a more earth-friendly option, the basic method for changing a dirty one is the same.
In time, you may modify those steps and develop your own preferred method – which you'll be able to do in a darkened room while half asleep.
- Change diapers frequently to avoid diaper rash. It's important to change poopy diapers as soon as possible, since they can cause diaper rash quickly.When come to diaper rash,it's really important to learn about the difference between regular diaper rash and yeast diaper rash, because they need to be treated differently.
- Keep distractions handy. Sometimes we may make things in trouble,If baby fusses during changes, secure an engaging mobile over the changing area, hang pictures or mirrors to look at, or give the baby a small toy to play with while you are changing diaper.
- Stock up on diapers so you don't run out. Newborns can wet as many as eight to ten diapers a day.New mommy didn't known this points,so we should make sure diapers in stock.Another thing we may have to known,to have a diaper bag and portabe changing pad is convenient for those mommy go out with baby.
- Some disposable diapers for young babies have a wetness indicator on them – a line that turns color if the diaper is wet. This isn't necessary, but it can be a convenient way to tell at a glance if it's time for a change.
- If poop keeps leaking out the top back of your baby's diaper, it may be time to have a new size. The weights noted on diaper packaging are just guidelines, and your baby may need a bigger size sooner.
- When you leave home,keep in mind, carry some extra plastic or biodegradable bags and your portable changing pad on your diaper bag so you have somewhere to change diaper and put dirty diapers if there's nowhere to dispose of them.
- Diaper changes offer a chance for some special one-on-one time. Talk and sing to your baby, pointing out the different parts of your baby's body and explaining what you're doing. Once your baby is cleaned up, try a few simple songs like "Head, Shoulders, Knees, and Toes." Play a bit of peekaboo or patty-cake, and share a kiss before you wrap up.