What I wanted to show you was how a one-size nappy fits on a baby compared with the newborn, so. We do say that a one-size nappy is bulky from this age and I'd just like to show you that in a visual way.
Transcription: Comparing Pebbles cloth nappy with a candie
- Hi everyone, I'm Vicki from Bubblebubs and today I am with Edison, who is about three weeks old and four kilos. And I have his big sister here, Eleanor, who is helping me change nappies. So what I wanted to show you was how a one-size nappy fits on a baby compared with the newborn, so. We do say that a one-size nappy is bulky from this age and I'd just like to show you that in a visual way. My watch is so pretty, isn't it?
- Okay, so the first one I'm gonna pop on is the Candie, so this is the one-size nappy. What we're gonna do is we bring the tri-fold all the way up and fold it down. That helps to take all of the bulk out of this area here. What I'm gonna do is bring my fingers up and under and snap that like that. And then repeat it on this side and he's really close to the three or four, but he's getting a bit agitated so I don't wanna pop the nappy on too tight, or catch him with my nails more than anything, 'cause I can feel them right under there. There we go, so make sure that our wings are pushed in. Whoop. And the nappy will naturally fold at the front there And I'm gonna do, can I lift you up, dude? Hey. And we can see from the back, see you've got a nice big, fat butt, which is very cute for a newborn. So as you can see just a little bit bulky. They certainly do fit. They're gonna contain, but it is on the bulky side. Can I pop him back down?
So this is our all-in-one Pebbles, so this a specific newborn-sized nappy. So we're putting it in the same position here, so just kind of around the bellybutton line. What's that? Hips. So what we do is we bring them up,
- [Vicki] Give them a new big tug and pull the wings over. There we go, and push into the leg creases. With any nappy it's really important that you make sure that you've got no gaps around the leg, so we're pushing the elastics right into the undy line there, so as you can see that is a much trimmer nappy on him. I'm gonna pick you up and show you what it looks like from the back. And it's a lot trimmer there, so a lot easier to fit under clothes and things like that. But either either is a good option, so hopefully that visual has shown you the difference between a one-sized and a newborn nappy. And we'll say, "Thanks Edison." There you go, you're not gonna look at the camera. See you. You say bye?