Dreading diapers and potty-training? What if you could learn to recognize your newborn's timing, signals and cues and use a potty from day one? It's called Elimination Communication. Get the details to see if this option is right for you!
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No matter how hard you try, sometimes your twins just want to be naked. These little escape artists will strip down to nothing (including no diapers) at a moment's notice. Sometime they don't even care if they're out in public. So, how do you keep their clothes on? Duct tape? Glue? Or maybe wait it out? Our twin parents share what's worked best for them!
You remove your baby's diaper and see redness everywhere- perhaps even bumps and open sores! What's causing your baby's diaper rash? Could it be the diaper, or some other form allergy or irritation?
So, what are the most common mistakes new moms make when cloth diapering their babies? Will "one size fits all" actually fit your baby? How often should you change your baby's diaper? And what's the best way to get rid of all that poop?
We're getting "briefed" on the best diapers for your baby. Whether you're interested in cloth, disposable or some sort of hybrid, we'll explore the pros and cons of all your options!
Cloth diapers or disposables? Each options has it's own pros and cons. What should parents of twins consider when making this important decision? What are some of the options you have when it comes to cloth diapering?
You've considered cloth diapers, but you haven't quite made the commitment. It may seem a bit overwhelming at first, but today we're going to help demystify the process. What exactly are the current cloth diaper styles available? How do they differ from one another? Plus, the question everyone wants to know... what do you do with the poop?
There are many benefits to using cloth diapers over disposables, but if you’re confused about the process, you’re not alone. Cloth diapering educator Amy Kessler gives us the run down on why cloth is best and how to avoid common mistakes.
The Potty Patrol Starter Kit is everything you need to begin potty training your little one. The kit includes an alarm (with batteries built in), 24 sensor diapers, and a training guide. Once the Potty Patrol system detects wetness, the alarm alerts parent and child so you can place your child on the toilet to finish. Placing… Continue Reading