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Did you know that a baby can go through an average of 2,200 nappies in the first year?!

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When Is The Right Time To Move Up A Size?

If the tapes that you use to secure the nappy are stretched, then you should move on the next size up. The same goes if the tapes no longer reach the centre of the waistband. Marks on your baby's legs also indicate that a nappy is too small, so you may need to move on to a larger size.

Another sign of a nappy that is too small is a frequent nappy rash - as the nappy is too tight to be able to effectively keep moisture away from the baby's skin.

How often should I change my baby's nappy?

In the first few days, your baby will need changing about 12 times a day. After this, for the first few weeks, she'll still need changing several times a day Feeling wet may not bother her at this age, so don't assume that she’ll cry or show discomfort when she needs changing.

It's important that you don't leave her sitting in a wet or dirty nappy for too long. This is because her skin may get sore and lead to nappy rash.

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