Your baby will be changed approximately 500-700 times by the time they are 3 months old. If you are having twins, that is a lot of diapers! Babies pee and poop like crazy in their first 12 weeks because all babies are born with immature digestive systems and they aren't fully developed until 16 weeks old. So until then, whatever is put in their tummies comes pouring out shortly after a feeding.
Below are my all time tried and true faves! If you need any further help, contact me and I would be happy to answer your questions
Soft and wipeable changing pad that is easily moved to use in different places. No need for a pad cover = less laundry :)
Wipeable- The best part about this is that if you are primarily breastfeeding it gives you peace of mind. The ONLY way to tell how much a breastfed baby is eating in ounces is if they have a "weighted feed". This is when you weigh your baby, feed them, and weigh them again to tell how much they have consumed. It is extremely handy if you are having any feeding issues - which, in turn, will affect your babies sleep. In my mind it is totally worth the money and it is also all controlled through the Hatch app and super easy to use. All of the app info is also kept for you so you don't need to record it somewhere else.
Pampers are my long time favorite brand. I have had babies who have gotten rashes from other brands, but never form Pampers.
Newborns are changed approximately 8-10 x a day! Calculate accordingly
Pampers Pure Baby Wipes- 10 packs of wipes - 560 total count
You will be using these until your baby is toilet trained so go for the bulk option/ refills for the wipe warmer
This one really keeps the wipes warm; doesn’t dry out or have an annoying light. Depending on their age, babies are changed 6-10x a day and it is easier on their skin to use warm wipes as well as being more comfortable, especially in colder weather.
Tub is great for the changing table
Tube for diaper bag
Makes it easy to put the ointment on the baby or the diaper without using your hands – less transference of any bacteria too
Favorite and BEST for diaper rash, if needed
Great for the diaper bag
I recommend using these during the first 2-3 months in the bouncy seat, on the lounger, to use at the Ped. office, etc- easy to wash in case of a blow out diaper, which will happen :0
There are so many - I do like this one for ease and good quality
This one is much better than the original one