There are a few things you need to consider when finding the right size nappies for your baby. The first is the weight of your baby, as this will determine which size nappy they will need. You can find the weight ranges for each nappy size on the packaging.
For most manufacturers, size will range from 1 to 6 or from newborn weight (1-3kg) to toddler (15-25kg).
The next thing to consider is the fit of the nappy. You want to make sure that the nappy is snug around your baby's waist and legs, but not too tight. If the nappy is too loose, it can leak, and if it's too tight, it can be uncomfortable for your baby.
The last thing to consider is the type of nappy you want to use. There are two main types of nappies: disposable and cloth. Disposable nappies are more convenient, but they're also more expensive. Cloth nappies are less expensive, but they require more work to wash and dry.
There are two main types of nappies:
Nappies come in different sizes, so you'll need to find the right size for your baby. For most manufacturers, size will range from 1 to 6 or from newborn weight (1-3kg) to toddler (15-25kg).
Some features you may want to consider when purchasing nappies include:
Nappies are not usually worn in the pool or water, as they can leak. However, there are some types of swimming nappies available that are designed to be worn in the water. These nappies usually have a snug fit and specialised materials that help contain any accidents.
The best way to dispose of nappies is to put them in a nappy bin or specialised bag. You can then place this in your regular rubbish bin.