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Diaper Dos and Don’ts

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Babies and diapers go hand and hand, as every parent of a newborn knows. Pick up some tried and true tips for keeping your baby clean and dry.
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The softest skin deserves the softest care.

Just like cuddles and giggles go together, Ivory Snow and Pampers Swaddlers are the perfect combo for your newborn’s skin.
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With a little tender loving care, your baby's umbilical cord area will heal and you'll see the world’s cutest belly button! Learn the ins and outs of baby skin care for your infant’s umbilical stump.
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Baby Skin Care

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Your baby's skin is so soft and smooth, you just can't resist touching it! To help keep it that way, take a look at a few tips for preventing dryness and avoiding sun damage. Get more information on baby skin care.
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Tub Time

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Ready to give your little one a bath? A quick sponge bath can be the way to go if your baby's umbilical cord is still attached. Luckily, you may only need to do this 2-3 times a week as newborns don't get very dirty. Get more information.
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Newborn Diapering and Cord Care

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Did you know that newborns might need 10 diaper changes a day? On the upside, it means you'll get a lot of practice! A good tip for newborns is to gently clean the cord area after every change. Learn more about diapering and cord care.
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Those first baths can be a little daunting. And no wonder: Cleaning a slippery, squirming infant can be tricky when you haven't had much practice. But don't worry; bathing gets easier every time. Get some great tips for bathing your baby.
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Disappearing Diaper Rash

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We're all looking for ways to make our baby's diaper rash disappear for good (or not appear in the first place). Changing diapers frequently is one good tacticWe're all looking for ways to make our baby's diaper rash disappear for good (or not appear in the first place). Changing diapers frequently is one good tactic. Another is using a thick ointment to protect the skin. Find out more.
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Day Care and Your Baby's Skin

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Your baby's caregivers want to do everything right for your little one including skin care. It's helpful to ask them to pay special attention to your baby's skin, and to pack extra diapers and spare changes of clothing. Get more tips here.
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Changing your baby's diaper is as much a part of parenting as feeding. In no time at all ('cause you'll get plenty of practice), you'll be a pro. Check out these helpful diaper-changing tips.
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Diaper Rash: A Pain in the Rear

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Uh-oh! Your baby's bottom has those telltale signs: It's red and inflamed, with swollen bumps. Read more to get some advice on treating your baby's diaper rash and how to prevent it from reoccurring. Find out what to do about diaper rash.
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Your newborn has finally arrived! The umbilical cord that provided nourishment in the womb will soon fall off. Wondering how to help your baby's cord area heal safely? Learn all about cord care here.
Read Cord Care: The Ins and Outs of Belly Buttons