Diapers 101

The Bottom Line

Whatever your issue, find the ideal diaper for your tot's tush.

Trouble: Baby's got a rash; I think it's his diaper. Try: Seventh Generation Free & Clear or Earth's Best diapers. Both are free of potentially irritating fragrance, dye, and latex.

Trouble: My budding acrobat won't sit still so I can fasten the tabs. Try: Huggies Little Movers Slip-Ons, which pull up to go on so Baby can get back to practicing his floor routine ASAP! They're as absorbent as other diapers and tear off like them too.

Trouble: Her umbilical cord stump tends to rub. Try: Huggies Little Snugglers or Pampers' Swaddlers Sensitive diapers for newborns. Their nifty U-shaped umbilical cord cutout will save the day.

Trouble: I can hardly tell whether he's wet. Try: Pampers Swaddlers Sensitive (sizes newborn, 1, or 2) or Huggies Little Snugglers. Their color-changing pH indicators tip you off that he's tinkled.

Originally published in the November 2011 issue of American Baby magazine.

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