When there's a baby in the house, expect mess! Babies are good at attracting stains, whether it's on mom's shirt or theirs. Keep your little one's adorable sometimes pricey clothes looking brand new by keeping them stain- and dungis -free. It's a relentless job, but it is possible! Here are a few stain-buster tips. Choose your detergent with care Some babies tend to be very sensitive to the regular detergent that we use, Dr.
Warning : This post is completely about baby poop. Pictures included. Just a polite warning to the squeamish among us. I am in the throes of baby poop. With an 8 week old, it seems to be everywhere I turn! This post contains affiliate links. Please see my disclosure policy for more information.
Posted by allnaturalmothering. You have figured out how to wash cloth diapers and perfected your wash routine. But all of a sudden you find that your diapers are stained, and you are puzzled not knowing what went wrong. First off, there is nothing wrong with your wash routine when your diaper come out with stains.
I mean, who knew a tiny little child could literally project poop all the way across a room?! The first time it happened, I was in front of my son at the changing table, I saw him begin to poop and I instinctively swerved my body out of the way. The next time it happened, I just stood still and in a moment of despair I let it splatter all over my shirt. Like many moms before her, Melissa cradled her hungry, crying baby as she clumsily adjusted her bra and sat uncomfortably holding up her shirt.