Diapers are safer and more hygienic than old-fashioned diapers
The older generation has this experience. If you have a baby at home, you need to prepare a lot of diapers, which need to be washed immediately after use. With the improvement of people's living standards, young people nowadays choose to use diapers for their babies. Diapers are not only more hygienic, but also make it easier for mothers to take care of their babies. However, some mothers find that the baby’s butt is always red after using diapers. The baby's skin is relatively delicate, and the little butt will be allergic and red if exposed to this environment for a long time, so the baby's diapers should be changed frequently.
Because paper diapers are safer and more convenient than old-fashioned diapers, they become the first choice of young people, but old people often stop them when they see this situation. They believe that wearing diapers for the baby will affect the development of the baby's leg bones, and O-shaped legs will appear when the baby learns to walk. This is not the case. Before delivery, the baby is curled up in the mother’s stomach, and the two legs are O-shaped. After birth, as the baby grows, the bones will naturally straighten, so parents don’t have to worry about using diapers to deform the baby’s legs.