Keep in mind the timing of changing diapers, so that you can easily master your baby'
Many mothers say that changing a baby's diaper is difficult. No matter it’s hot or cold, no matter how sleepy you are, you have to get up and change your baby to pee at night!! With the birth of disposable diapers, it not only frees up part of the mother’s sleep time, but also saves a lot of washing diapers The time is simply a powerful little helper for mothers to raise children. However, although diapers have a strong function of absorbing urine and locking water, there is a plastic film waterproof layer inside, which reduces the breathability of diapers. If it is not replaced for a long time, it will breed bacteria. In addition, the irritation of the excrement can lead to red buttocks, diaper rash, and even urinary tract infections in your baby. So how often is it better to change diapers? In general, newborns hardly urinate due to their immature physical development, so babies urinate frequently every day. Therefore, the mother needs to change the diaper for the baby more frequently, about every 2 hours; as the baby grows, the development tends to be perfect, basically it can be changed every 3-4 hours, and it can be changed every 4-6 hours when it is older; If your baby has a bowel movement, you should change the diaper right away, regardless of age. At the same time, the baby should pay attention to wash the baby's little buttocks with water after defecation, so as not to stimulate the baby's little buttocks due to unclean stool. Of course, some mothers can't tell the exact length of time, so they can pay attention to these time points and signals: 1. After feeding: 15-30 minutes after feeding, the baby's urine may pass; 2. Before bed: check before bed Whether the baby's diaper is dry; 3. After waking up: After waking up, the baby usually urinates; 4. Before going out: Before taking the baby out, check it. Observing the baby's expression: By observing the baby's expression, analyze whether the baby wants to poop and whether the diaper needs to be changed. When the baby is playing, it suddenly quiets down, or makes a mistake, and makes a strong 'ummm' sound, and usually begins to defecate. How to judge the quality of diaper manufacturers? These behaviors are really not conducive to the healthy growth of babies!