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The Process of Changing a Newborns Diaper You should not take lightly the changing of a diaper For it to be done correctly you need to take the time and do the proper steps If not done so your baby could end up with a diaper rash and more seriously an infection A clean diapered baby is a happy baby To start you need to know the weight of the newborn With this you will be able to find which size diapers will be appropriate Not all newborns wear newborn diapers You will also need to decide on which brand diaper you will want to use There are several brands to choose The name brands are nice because they absorb more and children are less likely to get rashes Priced less and packaged in greater quantity are generic brands However they are less absorbent which results in frequent changing and greater chance for diaper rash You will also need a diaper wipes and powder Again there are name brand and generic You will have to make the decision based on which is better for you and your newborns needs After you choose the size and brand you need to set up the area in which you will be changing the newborn It should be soft yet washable Sometimes things can get a little messy and you will want to be able to disinfect Put all these supplies at easy access to you where you will be changing the newborn Make sure supplies are at the foot of the changing area This will keep little hands from reaching them All the cellophane should be off the packages Take the diapers out of the packaging and stack them at a hands reach You should not have to walk away as soon as you start changing the baby You are ready to change Start by placing the baby on the changing surface with its head at appropriate
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