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Are Disposable Diapers Right For You?

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Every parent can attest to the fear of the 2 a.m. scream. Will you
creep into your child's room only to find the crib, the walls, the
floor and the ceiling covered in poop? Did the diaper hold back your
child's cannon of feces, or did it surrender?The War ZoneMy
first experience with the poop explosion happened vicariously through
my husband. He was on nighttime duty when my son was a few weeks old.
He crept downstairs as my son was crying and entered the room. Not
wanting to fully wake our son and to maintain the beginnings of my son's
sleep schedule, my husband only turned on a low light. He lifted my
son onto the changing table and removed his diaper. Quickly grabbing a
new diaper, my husband began to lift my son's legs to put on the new
diaper. He quickly wiped my son noticing that our baby may have already
pooped a little. Then, before he realized what was going on, my son
coated my husband in poop all the way up to his forearm. If my husband
had waited a few minutes, the diaper may have saved him from a very
messy and disgusting event.Armaments We
tried various kinds of diapers through my son's infancy and found that
certain brands fit him more than others. But, beyond fit, we searched
for the poop-explosion stopping diaper. We found our best luck with
disposable diapers. These were the only diaper that had
explosion-stopping elastic strong enough to keep us clean. They also
have a substantial amount of soaking-up ability with their leak-lock
system. EngagementAfter choosing the
right diapers as our weapon of choice, we waited for our son to launch
his next poop campaign. My son was six months old when he decided to
test our diaper choice. He had tried prune juice for the first time.
Within four hours I could smell something acrid coming from his diaper.
I knew it was time to see if we had chosen wisely. After getting my
son settled on the changing table, I opened his diaper. I had been
fully expecting to see feces inside his clothes. I was pleasantly
surprised to find the mess well contained to the diaper. Most of it had
soaked into the LeakLock area and with a few wipes my son was as good
as ever. Is the War Over?While no diaper
is 100% guaranteed, I am an advocate of disposable diapers. Since my
son's infancy, we've faced many an explosion. Some have been as well
contained as the first, but some have been much, much worse. Now that
we have moved to potty training, I know I will continue to trust the
brands we've tried and will rely on pull up training pants because they
use the same technology as the diapers. If you are struggling your way
through the diaper wars, try as many kinds of diapers as you can. You
will eventually find one that works for your child; and then you won't
dread the 2 a.m. scream as much.

If you're searching for the right disposable diapers to use
with your kids, try Huggies
Supreme diapers. Huggies has sizes ranging from newborn diapers up
to the pull ups. A one-year-old needs diapers right in the middle - Huggies
diapers size 3.Wherever your child is size-wise, Huggies
probably makes a brand that will fit him like a glove and absorb the
best mess he can produce. Check them out online for discounted prices
and free shipping to your door!
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