The process of putting two diapers on a baby or child, rather than one. Mothers who use cloth diapers on their children quite often use the option of 'double diapering'.
At the dayhome double diapering was always done for naptime, and night-time.
A term often used to describe "toilet training pants" for children. A child making the transition between diapers and training pants, is at the potty pants stage. Potty pants describes actual training pants, (thermal knit soakers).
The next door neighbours toddler was outside playing in a pair of potty pants the other day.
Nearly identical to a regular standard baby changing table, except a diaper changing trolley is equipped with casters so one can roll it around the house, or from room to room. Diaper changing trollies are often used in baby daycare centres, halfway houses, foster care homes, and institutional settings, where large numbers of children are in diapers.
Diaper changing trollies are used to store all of the babies diaper changing needs, as well as a diaper pail. Diaper changing trollies were popular and widely used in the U.K. throughout the 1960's and 70's.
After supper I rolled the diaper changing trolley down the hall from baby room to baby room, to take care of all the children's diaper changes.
Before starting the diaper changing, I double checked that the diaper changing trolley was well stocked with extra diapers, rubber pants, and a clean diaper pail.
Combination diapering is the process of using both cloth and disposable diapers in ones home. A combination of the two types of diapers.
Mrs. Smith always opted for combination diapering with her children when they were babies.
For the first several weeks after my children's birth, I chose combination diapering.