Diapering is a critical part of a child’s routine. Mothers have the responsibility to control their kid entrails until they are mature enough to assume responsibility yet until then, the kid would need to depend on diapering. Henceforth, why it is essential to change a diaper especially when its soiled with urine or baby poop. Diapers come in two classifications the non-disposal and the disposable diapers and today we will be looking at how to change a diaper be it dispensable or not.
Here is how to change a diaper;
Remove the soiled diaper
When you realize the diaper is soil through the smell that emits from it, you, first of all, lay the baby on a straight surface and uncap the tabs around the baby’s waist.
Clean the baby
Once that is done, you proceed to clean the baby thoroughly with a baby wipe or warm water or warm cloth. This is to remove any participle or bad scent from the baby.
Then, put a clean diaper on the baby. Here is the manner by which to do that;
- After removing the old diaper and cleaning the child off, quickly place the clean diaper underneath the infant with the goal that the tabs are at the backs.
- Pull the front of the diaper up and over the baby. Clutch the infant consistently.
- Pull the adhesive protective off the tabs. Pull the tabs over the top of the diaper and press into place. Allow some looseness when placing the tabs so the diaper isn't excessively tight.
At last, rinse the soiled non-disposable diaper in the toilet and put it in the diaper pail or wrap up a disposable diaper and place it in the trash.