How do you tell which side of the diaper is the front?

How do you tell the front and back of a pull up?

The little tab appears on the back of the pull ups. The front of the pull up does not have a tab.

Do nappies have a front and back?

Cleaning baby’s bottom and putting on a clean nappy

Always wipe front to back.

Do pull ups open on the side?

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What are the tabs on Pampers Pull Ups?

The toss tab sticker on the back is used to securely seal the soiled diaper pant. Simply roll it up, seal closed with the tab and dispose.

Should nappy Frills be in or out?

In most cases, your baby should be within the weight range for the size you are using. Remember that babies are all different shapes and sizes so it’s OK if your baby is outside of the range but the nappy fits, you can use your own judgement.

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Are nappy pants the same as pull ups?

What is the difference between nappy pants and pull ups? The idea is that Pull Ups are made specifically for potty or toilet training and therefore are not made to absorb a whole lot. Unlike nappy pants that are made with higher absorbency for longer wear including overnight wear.

Why do babies wee when changing nappy?

So, getting back to babies, when you take a nappy off, their skin is suddenly exposed to cold air which makes them more likely to wee. Wiping their tummies with a cold baby wipe causes the same reaction, but because you’ve left their nappy on, you’re protected! So simple right?!

How often should I bathe my 2 month old?

There’s no need to give your newborn a bath every day. Three times a week might be enough until your baby becomes more mobile. Bathing your baby too much can dry out his or her skin.

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