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The birth of my son is the most incredible event in my life Unfortunately he didnt come with an instruction manual rather he seemed to come with a mother-in-law who knows everything The joy of having my son was to some extent lessened because of the difficulties associated with changing his diaper However in a short amount of time I mastered the art of diaper changing I am going to explain the art of diaper changing in three basic steps the preparation the process and the clean upThe preparation step is very important I have learned through trial and much error that organization is key I have determined my sons changing table is the best place to change him It is a flat and very stable surface Trying to change him on anything else would be like trying to change my cars flat tire on a steep hill Organizing all of the necessary equipment is of utmost importance Everything needs to in the same spot every time so you know exactly where it is After all if it is three oclock in the morning and I have to change my sons diaper I do not want to search for anything this takes away from much needed sleep time The most important items I keep organized are the diapers baby wipes baby powder ointment and the diaper genie a specially designed trash can that locks in the dirty diaper and the odor Now that I have everything organized preparation is completeAfter completing preparation I am ready to lay my son on his changing table and the process begins The first step is to remove his pants or if I am lucky and he is wearing pants with snaps around his legs I unsnap them Next while I am holding him with one hand I reach for two diapers One diaper is for him to wear and the other will protect me in case the cool air
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