Wondering what size to get most babies wearing size nb-2 in disposable diapers, or 0-3 months thru 9 month clothes fit the small diaper. Most babies wearing size 2-4 in disposable diapers or 12 month-2t in clothes fit the medium diaper. Most toddlers wearing size 3-5 in disposable diapers or 3t-4t clothes fit the large diaper. Most toddlers wearing size 6+ in disposable diapers or 5t-6t clothes fit the x-large diaper.
Need a size bigger than these check out my "youth diapers" under the section listings. How do i care for my diaper.Just wash it in the washing machine with your regular laundry and dry it in the dryer. What do i do when my child has a messy accident in their diaper. If your little one messes this swim diaper, just shake the contents into a toilet. Squirt hand soap onto the fleece side of the diaper and scrub, preferably rubbing the diaper against itself. Rinse well in the sink. Use warm water for a final rinse, wring dry, and snap it back on your baby for more water fun. Is one diaper enough per child. That depends on how comfortable you are cleaning up after your child if they mess their diaper. If you would rather not deal with it at the beach or pool, then you would need at least two diapers per child. Just take a ziplock baggie with you to the pool to contain the messy diaper until you get home. Or if you are going to the pool every day, you may find that you want two or three so they can be adequately cleaned and dry between uses. How do i know what size my child needs. If the above sizing guide doesn't answer that question, i would recommend getting a medium. It fits most kids, from 6 months-3 years using all 4 snap settings.
Do you have any specials. Do you have any discounts for loyal customers. It isn't really possible to resell a diaper that has been on another baby's bottom.However, i understand that it is frustrating to think you're ordering the right size only to find out that the diaper doesn't fit your baby. Because of this, i recommend contacting me with any sizing questions before ordering. If you feel confident in the size your getting (particularly if your baby isn't on the big side of the spectrum), go ahead and order and you'll most likely be right.