Once your little one arrives, one of the very first things you should be keen to learn, is diapering your baby successfully and comfortably. Although diapers have made lives simpler for mothers and babies in more ways than one, when diapers leak, the whole purpose of using them is defeated.
This problem primarily occurs with cloth diapers. For instance, Shweta Kataria, mother of a newborn infant boy, is very content using great quality cloth diapers especially through the night. Earlier Shewta had to spend a chunk of the night cleaning her baby, his cot, linens and anything and everything around him as the blowouts were bad. She was hardly aware that cloth diapers don’t leak, provided used properly.
Like Shweta, many of us prefer cloth nappies over others. To begin with, they are cheap when compared to the disposable ones and easy to dispose. Moreover, they are also environment friendly. Also, a cloth diaper is essentially 100% cotton and hence safe for the tender skin of your baby. However, leaking cloth diapers do not really serve the purpose! If there are frequent leakages, the purpose of using a diaper goes waste. Keep leaking at bay, with some simple preventive measures.
Some preventive measures can come in handy when attempting to control leakage related problems in cloth diapers:
No matter how often your little one pees or poops at night, they can still be cloth diapered. You just need to find workable solutions to prevent cloth diapers from leaking, and apply them patiently.
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