Your baby’s nappy needs to be changed up to 7 or 8 times a day. An infant’s very delicate little bottom can easily become irritated from dampness, contact with urine and stools, or friction from napkins.
Nappy rash is very common and can pop up anytime no matter how diligent you are.
You can make the transition from disposable to reusable at any stage of your baby’s development. As a parent, you can easily be overwhelmed by all of the baby stuff available and how much of it gets thrown away – but there are alternatives!
Amelia from Bambooty discusses her own experiences with various types of nappies, including some pros and cons of using modern cloth nappies versus disposable nappies or old fashioned terry flats.
If you have made the wonderful decision to take your baby swimming, be it lessons or just for splash in your own pool, you and your baby are in for some fun. The next decision you have to make is what will your baby wear while swimming. Apart from the easy choices of swimming suits and sunscreen, your baby also needs to wear a swim nappy!