If you've been through the diaper stage before, you know the saying "as soft as a baby's bottom" doesn't apply when diaper rash is involved. Get the 411 on preventing and treating diaper rash from Thebump.com. ...If you've been through the diaper stage before, you know the saying "as soft as a baby's bottom" doesn't apply when diaper rash is involved.
Baby powder smells good and feels good too, that's why it's been used on babies' bottoms for decades. But for the last several years, pediatricians have been telling parents to resist the urge. Not only is there little evidence that talcum powder pre...
The debate between rather to use cloth or disposable diapers has raged on for quite some time. Those in favor of using cloth diapers point out that using them saves much room in the landfills and gives the baby a much more natural feeling. Those in f...
My poor, sensitive-skinned toddler. "Wallie" has had a wicked diaper rash for the past couple of days. Every moment we're at home she's gone diaperless. I'm loathe to put a diaper on her, even if she is slathered with creams and lotio...
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