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A step-by-step guide to diapering

It's important to choose a safe place to change your little one. Even belted onto the changing table, they can squirm right off, so always keep a hand on your baby. You could put a stim-mobile above the changing table to keep the little one occupied...

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Bubble wala Huggies for Dry and comfy babies

Parents have all been there – rushing to change diapers every time the little one poops or pees; wiping their bottom down with wipes and patting them completely dry. No one wants a dreaded wet diaper situation. After all, wet diapers = friction...

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Buying The Best Baby Diapers

A newborn baby needs 2 very important things: it’s mother’s milk and frequent diaper changes! As new parents you will probably change over a thousand diapers, so it’s important to pick the best newborn diapers for your little one....

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Changing your toddlers diaper takes on a whole new meaning when they discover their legs and are far too busy to stop and lie down for a diaper change. This active toddler stage often coincides with your toddler's developing independence and the use of the word "no". Here are a few tips to help you through this phase.

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