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With a new baby in your arms, there are only 3 things that completely dominate your cerebral matter - whether the child is feeding or not, the infinite number of pees and poops (& that too keeping a count of them!) and when will my baby sleep so that I can snooze off too!
While I still found my way around feeding and sleeping, I was just not able to cope up with the volumes of poop! On top of that, the elders in my family insisted that I use those cloth nappies (was specially tailored for my baby) or the traditional ‘langots’. Well, I understand their sentiments but I couldn’t come to terms with the discomfort it was causing my baby. I gave them a try for over a month, following which, I made up my mind to switch to disposable diapers.
Here are the things I learnt:
1. One has to be really vigilant (almost every moment) to check whether the nappy is wet due to pee or poop else the wetness wakes baby up and the cries are louder than any alarm bell I have ever had! It must have been really annoying for her to get wet…
2. Prolonged wetness really increased the chances of skin rash, which is another challenge, for newborn’s delicate skin.
3. However many nappies we stock, a single nappy goes through at least 2 washes a day (except for monsoons where you definitely need more). This makes the cloth texture a bit rough over a period of time and I could see that my baby wasn’t comfortable in it anymore.
4. And, don’t even ask me about the plight of using pure cloth options during monsoons! I reached a stage where I had no more nappies left for my baby despite multiple rounds of washing and power drying!
5. While I went on a diaper hunt, I tried out a couple of brands and finally found solace in the Pampers Premium Care Pants. The reasons were many:
While every Mom makes the best choices for her baby, if you ask me, I will surely recommend the Pampers Premium Care Pants.
What did you use for your baby and how was your experience? Please share with me in the comments box below.
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