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    THERE is no simple guidebook to parenthood - with new parents just picking up tips and tricks along the way. And for many, whether it's due to wriggling or having a full-blown meltdown, changing a baby's nappy is always a tricky task. 2One savvy mum, who is from the US and goes by the name @hamlethome on TikTok, has revealed why she puts nappies on her nine-month-old baby while he's standing upCredit: Tik Tok However, one mum, who is from the US and goes by the name @hamlethome on TikTok, has revealed why she puts nappies on her nine-month-old baby while he's standing up. Taking to the social media platform, she shared a short clip of her sweet son playing and explained: "We do standing up diaper changes because they indirectly prepare for using the potty… But also because changing the diaper of a 9-month-old looks like…" FABULOUS BINGO: GET A £5 FREE BONUS WITH NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED She then shared an amusing snap of him wriggling out of the door. In a caption alongside the clip, she added:...
    GETTING your house ready for your baby or 'nesting' can look different for every mum. For Daja, a first-time mum, who is also 35-weeks pregnant, shared her impressive haul of baby goods, all ready for when her son arrives. 5The stacks of nappies were overwhelmingCredit: tiktok /@_.dajaneaaa On Tiktok, she showed the mountains of baby products the have in a room filled up to the ceiling with nappies, wipes and clothes. She wrote over the video: "What we have so far... "We'll be 25 weeks tomorrow," or 6 months, she explained. FABULOUS BINGO: GET A £5 FREE BONUS WITH NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED Audio over the video said: "Tell me you're prepared for your baby without telling me you're prepared for your baby." In another Tiktok she went through what they had, she filmed a tall pile of wipes, nappies in all different sizes, a table full of baby wash products. Hanging up in their packaging was some hooded bathrobes, boxes of bottles, and dummys/pacifiers, shelves of shoes and boots and then an entire rack of clothes from newborn...
    GETTING your house ready for your baby or 'nesting' can look different for every mum. For Daja, a first-time mum, she shared her impressive haul of baby goods, all ready for when her son arrives. 5The stacks of nappies were overwhelmingCredit: tiktok /@_.dajaneaaa On Tiktok, she showed the mountains of baby products the have in a room filled up to the ceiling with nappies, wipes and clothes. She wrote over the video: "What we have so far... "We'll be 25 weeks tomorrow," or 6 months, she explained. FABULOUS BINGO: GET A £5 FREE BONUS WITH NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED Audio over the video said: "Tell me you're prepared for your baby without telling me you're prepared for your baby." In another Tiktok she went through what they had, she filmed a tall pile of wipes, nappies in all different sizes, a table full of baby wash products. Hanging up in their packaging was some hooded bathrobes, boxes of bottles, and dummys/pacifiers, shelves of shoes and boots and then an entire rack of clothes from newborn to age 3-6 months....
    GETTING covered in pee during a nappy change is something most mums have experienced - some even on a daily basis. But one clever mum has found a way to stop this from happening, and it's absolutely genius. 2Mum Chloe Durns has come up with a genius way to stop her son peeing on her during a nappy changeCredit: @chloedurnsx/Tiktok First time mum Chloe Durns, who gave birth to son Roman in September, came up with the hack, and took to TikTok to share the clever tip. "I always wipe Roman’s belly before I change him, so he doesn’t wee once the nappy opens," Chloe wrote alongside a video of her softly using a wipe on her son's stomach. While Roman could be seen scrunching up his nose slightly at the coldness of the wipe, Chloe's technique meant he got used to the change in temperature before the nappy change proceeded - and therefore didn't start to pee as soon as he felt the cold air. Most read in LifestyleAS IF! Royal fans WINCE as...
    A NEW mum has pointed out a tiny nappy detail that tells parents when to go up in size. Kelsey Hill shared the little-known hack on her TikTok page and other parents were thankful for the tip. TikTok / queen.of.the.hills 2 Molly pointed out some marking on the nappy which indicates where the tabs should sit TikTok / queen.of.the.hills 2 If they reach before the markings then the nappy is too small In the clip, Kelsey points out some tiny markings on the front of the nappy which indicates where the sticky tabs should be. “The tabs should at least come to the line,” she says and adds they can cross over at the tummy. If the tabs don’t quite reach it means the nappy is too small, and it’s time for parents and bubs to go up in size. FABULOUS BINGO: GET A £5 FREE BONUS WITH NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED Generally, nappies are available in weight or age ranges, but this small detail can help parents even more. Although, Kelsey, who’s...
    A TODDLER in a nappy was wandering through the streets alone, causing worried Aldi shoppers to raise the alert. The boy, who was around to two to three years old, was taken into the care of police. 1A toddler was found wandering near a Merseyside Aldi in just a nappyCredit: Google Maps At this stage it is not known how the child came to be found where he was. A spokesperson for Merseyside Police said: "At around 9.55am this morning (Friday, August 6) we received a report that a young child was found alone, walking along Clock Face Road in St Helens. "Patrols attended and located the child's father a short while later. "The child was taken to hospital as a precaution. "Social services have been informed and an investigation into the incident is ongoing." More to follow... For the latest news on this story keep checking back at Sun Online. Thesun.co.uk is your go to destination for the best celebrity news, football news, real-life stories, jaw-dropping pictures and must-see video. Download our fantastic, new and improved free App for the best...
    HAVE you ever thought about introducing a potty for your child as early as eight weeks old? Parents have taken to TikTok to share how they are trying to get rid of nappies just two months after birth - and it has left some people baffled. 3Jourdan Kehr is potty training her son at just eight weeks old thanks to Elimination CommunicationCredit: Tiktok/@jourdankehr 3Chelsea Salinas showed how she is training her daughter to not need nappies at three month oldCredit: TikTok/@chelseaalysse TikTok mum Jourdan Kehr, who posts under @jourdankehr said she has started her son on the potty at six weeks thanks to Elimination Communication. She explained: “It’s not so much him communicating to us but us reading what his cues are. “For some babies that could be grunting, crying a certain way, it could be certain belly movements or facial expressions they make. “Also just picking up when they go to the bathroom and offering him the toilet at those times. “Right now he is eight weeks old so I’m just doing it between every diaper change and after...
    OVER the past 18 months, wearing face masks has become an everyday part of life. But while their primary purpose has obviously been to help curb the spread of coronavirus, one new mum has revealed how she relies on them for something else entirely. 1The new mum said she's always been 'sensitive to bad smells' and can't face nappy changes without a maskCredit: Getty Sharing her dilemma on Reddit, the woman explained how she can't change her baby's nappy unless she's wearing a mask and gloves. She wrote: "I've always been really really squeamish and sensitive to bad smells. "My wife knows, I even fainted briefly while she was giving birth." Explaining how they split the childcare 50/50, the woman said she's come up with a special system to cope with dirty nappies. She continued: "If it's my turn for the change, I have a get-up that helps me get through it. "I wear disposable gloves, a mask and put a minty-smelling salve underneath my nose before I get started." What's more, the mum even keeps her whole nappy...
    A PREGNANT woman has revealed her nerves about the prospect of having to wear adult nappies after she gives birth. However, in a viral video, her husband has shown his support in the best possible way - by slipping on one himself. 4A mum-to-be revealed she was worried about having to wear nappies after giving birthCredit: TIKTOK/thechampions2020 The heart-warming clip, shared on TikTok, sees a US-based expectant mum explaining how there is one aspect of welcoming her baby that she is less than thrilled about. Captioning the post, she wrote: "When you tell your husband you're insecure about having to wear diapers after birth." The clip than shows how, in solidarity, her other half has put on a nappy and proceeded to dance around their home in it. He can be seen strutting across their living room, before twerking on the sofa. The video has so far been watched more than 5.3 million times, with many female viewers leaving jokily envious comments. FABULOUS BINGO: JOIN NOW FOR £1,000 DAILY FREE BINGO One woman wrote: "So jelly of you." Another commented:...
    A NURSERY has been blasted by fuming parents for telling them they should ask their toddlers for consent before changing their nappy. A post on the Only About Children’s website, an Australian early education provider, offers advice on how to perform “respectful nappy changes” with mums and dad branding it "mad." 3Parents blasted nursery for saying we need consent from toddlers before changing their nappyCredit: Getty The childcare chain, which as 70 centres across the country, says that nappy changes can be “important opportunities for learning and relationship building,” News.com.au reports. It's also important that they have a "respectful start" and this means "waiting for a gap in their playing before starting the nappy changing process." Commenting on the viral post online, one parent fumed: "Has the world gone completely mad." And another simply wrote: "I am lost for words." 3The Australian nursery shared the information on their website "I honestly thought that when a baby is crying and screaming and they smell that is consent enough to change them," a third commented. While many dubbed the suggestion "stupid" and...
    THERE'S no right or wrong time or place when it comes to addressing your baby's needs. But when changing their soiled nappy in a public place, most parents at least attempt to consider the people around them - or at least that's what we thought. 3The group of friends were still eating when the mum plonked the baby on the table to change their nappyCredit: Getty One mum, it seems, wasn't too fussed about fellow diners at a cafe she was at when she decided to change her young tot's nappy on the very table her friends were eating at. Naturally, a friend of the woman wasn't too pleased when the mum simply swiped the plates to the one side before plonking her baby down on the table in front of her. The woman explained that the cafe did have parenting facilities, so she couldn't understand why her friend didn't use them. Wondering if she was the only one who thought it was "gross" she posted on Mumsnet to ask a bunch of other mums....
    Oprah Winfrey has opened up in further detail about the abuse she suffered as a child, speaking candidly about how her grandmother would 'whup' her regularly and for the 'slightest reasons' — and how that turned her into a 'world-class people pleaser' who had trouble setting boundaries well into adulthood. The 67-year-old mogul had detailed the trauma of her own upbringing in her new book, 'What Happened to You?: Conversations on Trauma, Resilience, and Healing,' and has shared some of her harrowing experiences as a young child on Instagram this week. Oprah is now a billionaire with a longtime romantic partner - however she grew up poor and 'rarely feeling loved,' spending the first six years of her life with an abusive grandmother before moving in with a mother who was 'cold' and allowed her to be banished to sleep on the porch of the boarding house where they lived. Candid: Oprah Winfrey has opened up about the abuse she suffered as a child, speaking about how her grandmother would 'whup' her regularly and for the 'slightest reasons' Sad: She...
    TAKING the bins out is never a fun job but someone has to do it - and sort through the recycling too.  One mum recently upgraded her bathroom bin, but couldn’t find a bag to fit in after browsing through a few shops, and she didn't fancy tipping out the rubbish into the main bin.  3The mum decided to splash out on a new bin but couldn't find any bags which fitted itCredit: Facebook But she had the bright idea of using dog poo bags instead, which she says fit the bin perfectly.  She shared her tip to Facebook group Money Saving Hints, Tips and Ideas, claiming the switch has also saved her a fortune.  She wrote: “Bought a new caddy bin for my bathroom and cant find any bin bags small enough to fit.  “I tried a doggy poo bag and it's a perfect fit..  3She decided to use dog poo bags - and claimed she's now saving a fortune on the stapleCredit: Facebook “You can buy a pack of 4 rolls for around £1.00 and a bargain too.”...
    A WOMAN has revealed how she got her filthy rug sparkling clean using nappy cleaner, and the dirty water is enough to turn your stomach. Taking to the Facebook group, Extreme Couponing & Bargains UK she shared the incredible before and after snaps of the mat. 6The cleaning fan was keen to restore her rug to its former glory rather than buying a new oneCredit: Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK Rather than buying a new rug she used half a cup of Napisan - a washing detergent designed for babies - and two capfuls of Zoflora in an attempt to restore the rug to its former glory. She soaked the mat in the bath for five hours in total before rinsing it off, with the water turning a murky brown colour. But the end result saw her rug looking as good as new. Captioning her post she wrote: “I am GOBSMACKED. 6After soaking the rug in nappy cleaner for five hours she was left 'gobsmacked' by the amount of dirt left in her tubCredit: Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK 6She...
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