• How To Prevent Diaper Leakage

    How To Prevent Diaper Leakage

      We all as parents have had our fair share of leaky diapers. Diaper leaks could’ve happened just about anywhere. There is no enjoyment with having to deal with leaky diapers. Here are some ideas on how to prevent diaper leakage. Diaper size Having the right diaper size is one solution to preventing your baby’s diaper from leaking. If you notice recurrent leakages, it...
  • How Many Diapers Do I Need

    How Many Diapers Do I Need

    How many diapers does a baby use per year Babies on average uses around 2000 to 3000 diapers a year. How many diapers are used really depends on how frequently they are changed and defecate into the diaper. That’s a tone of diaper changing, but the great news is a baby’s bladder develops with age and starts to grow which means you’ll change fewer...
  • How to Save Money on Diapers

    How to Save Money on Diapers

    Diapers are expensive, and they add up fast. So, wouldn't you love to earn some free diapers? With Sweetums Diaper Cash, you can! As a parent, every penny counts, and we aim to make sure you can save as many as possible. So, stack up those loyalty points and trade them in for freebies: How it works: . Earn 400 points for creating your...
  • Why Do Baby’s Cry

    Why Do Baby’s Cry

      When you’re a new parent and your baby cries it can be a bit overwhelming. You may be wondering why is my baby crying? Crying is a normal part of a baby’s growth and development. Crying is your baby's way of expressing to you that they need comfort, something is wrong and they need attention. Occasionally it’s easy to figure out what your...
  • Why Baby’s Diapers Need To Be Changed Frequently

    Why Baby’s Diapers Need To Be Changed Frequently

      Every baby is unique, and how often your baby goes can differ from day to day. When it comes to how often you should be changing diapers, we advocate about every two to three hours if your baby is a newborn, and less habitually when they get older because their feeding schedule is adjusted to solid foods, which may mean fewer wet diapers,...
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