Diapering

Changing diapers can seem like a full-time job. Just as you finish wrapping your baby in a clean diaper, she fills it again. Here you'll learn how to change a diaper, the pros and cons of cloth diapers, what to do when your baby gets a diaper rash, and more.And don't forget to check out our collection of diaper videos!

How to DIY Homemade Baby Wipes

If you can't find essentials like baby wipes at your local store in the midst of bulk-buying during the coronavirus pandemic, these DIY options are a good alternative.
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How to DIY a Homemade Diaper

The coronavirus pandemic is making it hard for parents to find essentials like diapers in their local stores. Luckily, there are ways to make safe and effective homemade diapers in times of need.
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Pampers Debuts New 'Yoga Pants' of Diapers for the Most Active Babies

The new Pampers Cruisers 360 FIT features no tapes and an all-around stretchy waistband designed to adapt to all your L.O.'s movin' and shaking. 
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10 Best Baby Swim Diapers of 2019

A good swim diaper is a must, not only during "mommy and me" swim lessons, but at the beach and in pools. Here are our top reusable and disposable swim diaper picks for summer.
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Your Ultimate Baby Poop Guide

Your baby's poop will have a wide ride of colors and consistencies that hint at his overall well-being.
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7 Hacks to Make Diaper Duty Easy and Calm

Diaper changes can be filled with drama, but these techniques straight from parenting experts can help minimize the chaos.
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More Diapering

The Scoop on Poop: What's Normal, What's Not

It's a dirty job, but someone's gotta tell you all about what's in your child's diapers.
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Green Baby Poop, Explained

Learn about the possible causes of green baby poop, and whether you need to worry.
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12 Diaper Change Moments Every Parent Can Relate To

Changing your baby’s diaper isn’t always fun, but it can be funny. (Or at least make for a good story once some time passes, right?) Yes, someday we’ll all look back and laugh, preferably when they’re 16 and their prom date is over.