Changing Diaper

by Dulce Organista
(Mount Pleasant, Texas)

Original Text: Changing Diaper


Changing a childs diaper can be pertty difficult, if you have no expirence here is some advise that could help. To start out learning how to change a diaper start with a baby doll or a mummy baby. However its not the same as changing a real babys diaper, because baby will roll over or move alot. Here are ways you can give she or he to get distracted with something like toys or snack while you are changing the diaper. You also, want to make sure you have your stuff accesable ready to use like wipes, diaper unfolded, and changing towel in case you dont have changing table. Finally make sure you have trash can or diaper dispencer it also helps to keep it beside you while changing diapers it could get pertty messy.

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Revised Text: Changing A Diaper

Changing a child's diaper can be pretty difficult. If you have no experience, here is some advice that could help.

To start out, learn how to change a diaper beginning with a baby doll or a mummy baby. However, its not the same as changing a real baby's diaper, because a baby will roll over or move a lot.

Give she or he something distracting, like toys or a snack, while you are changing the diaper. You also want to make sure you have your stuff accessibly ready to use, like; wipes, an unfolded diaper, and a changing towel, in case you don't have a changing table.

Finally, make sure you have a trash can or a diaper disposal. It also helps to keep it beside you while changing diapers, it can get pretty messy.

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