First things first. Three years ago I fell in love with Kristina and became the step-father to an eight year-old girl Tara and a nine year-old boy Tom. Tom has autism.
Howard checked in with them both as the show started and Richard, wearing an oversized baby bonnet, was visibly excited to be a part of the competition. This is terrible. My balls are wet.
When it comes to changing my newborn son, I am at two disadvantages: one, this is my first child so I am a new mom, and two, I come from a family of predominately girls. This means I had no clue how to even change a boys diaper until taking an infant prep class when I was 8 months pregnant. Now just about 3 weeks in, I have yet to master preventing my son from peeing through his clothes.
July 22, 2 min read. They are cute and tiny, so how in the world do newborns pee so much?? Looks can be deceiving! Well, what goes in must go out, which means A LOT of very wet diapers during those first couple of months.
Kao Worldwide. Pee and poo are important indicators of changes in baby's health condition. Take note of any changes in baby's pee and poo -- frequency, texture, color, and amount, etc.
Many new moms have questions about their baby's urination pattern. You may be wondering how many wet diapers your baby should have each day, what color the baby's urine should be, and what you should be checking for at each diaper change. Here you find information and guidelines for what's normal and what's not.
Please make sure that you are posting in the form of a question. Changing a baby girl is not all glitz and glory. Changing a baby boy is even a bigger horror story.
Pampers has created smart diapers that tell you when your baby pees. If you love apps and new technology, this might be for you. But if you already know when your child pees because, say, your baby cries, or you can see with your own eyes that their diaper is full, this new product might not change your life that much. They have the same blue wetness line Pampers Swaddlers have, but the Lumi line is thicker.
Joplin News First friend, Abby, said she wanted to go! We reminded her there is NO alcohol. Due to high security you are scanned and patted down, then allowed to enter one of the police pens.