Children are precious gifts and as new parents we’re concerned with keeping our babies clean, fed and protected.
The Parenting PLR package addresses some of the highest concerns of new parents and enables you to teach your readers the important aspects of parental responsibilities.
What You’ll Receive
Covers five topics concerning the care of a newborn or toddler, which include copies of the content in PDF, Word and Text formats.
1. Ideas for Childproofing Your Home – 679 words
2. How to Care for a Newborn’s Umbilical Cord Stump – 464 words
3. How to Wash a Newborn in a Tub Bath – 569 words
4. How to Change a Diaper – 609 words
5. Preparing to Potty Train Your Child – 459 words
Parenting: How to Change a Diaper
Changing a baby’s diaper is probably one of the least desirable aspects of being a parent, and you’re the assigned party to keep the baby dry and comfortable. While you may be all thumbs in your first attempt to change a diaper, the process gets easier as you gain additional practice.
To prepare, choose a warm, comfortable area to change your baby. Some parents like to use a changing table and others prefer a soft bed or similarly padded area. Whatever location you choose, keep your child’s safety in mind.
Grab the necessary supplies before you bring the baby to the changing area. You will need a clean diaper, a box of wet wipes or damp washcloth, a dry cloth, and diaper cream or petroleum jelly if your baby is susceptible to diaper rash. Wash and dry your hands.
Steps to Remove the Soiled Diaper
1. Undo the dirty diaper. Use the front portion of the diaper to wipe away any solid waste from the baby’s skin. (For a boy, cover his genital area with an extra diaper to prevent spraying.)
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