Huggies Little Snugglers Baby Diapers, Size 3, 124 Count, GIANT PACK (Packaging May Vary) Description
Size:’3′ Huggies Little Snugglers diapers are specially designed for gentle skin protection. With features like the pocketed-back waistband and GentleAbsorb liner that contain and draw the mess away, Little Snugglers help keep your babyâs delicate skin clean and healthy. Little Snugglers diapers also feature premium softness and breathability to help keep them comfortable. Little Snugglers diapers have double grip strips for a comfy fit that lasts, plus a wetness indicator that lets you know when itâs time for a change. In addition, Little Snugglers disposable diapers are fragrance-free, and feature NEW adorable Disney Baby Winnie the Pooh designs. Start your diaper-changing routine with Huggies Natural Care Wipes for a soft, gentle clean, then finish with Little Snugglers diapers. Join Huggies Rewards to earn points on all your Huggies purchases. Little Snugglers disposable diapers come in sizes Preemie (up to 6 lb.), Newborn (up to 10 lb.), 1 (up to 14 lb.), 2 (12-18 lb.), 3 (16-28 lb.), 4 (22-37 lb.), 5 (27+ lb.), 6 (35+ lb.). Signs for Knowing When to Size Up on Diapers: 1. Frequent leaks or blowouts One of the most obvious signs of a too-small diaper is when your little one is constantly leaking through diapers or having ‘blow outs.’While parents may sometimes jump to the conclusion that the problem lies with the brand of diaper they’re using, but in reality a diaper that is too small won’t be able to contain your little ones messes, no matter what brand it is. Try sizing up and see if that eliminates the problem. 2. Read the box This may seem obvious, but if your child is approaching the upper limit of the diaper’s weight range (i.e., you have a 16-pound baby in 12- to 18-pound size diapers) it may be time to consider a switch. The weight limits are based on average-sized babies, but not all babies are shaped the same. 3. Red marks If your baby has red marks along their thighs, that’s a telltale sign that the diapers are too snug. The elastic around the leg should have some stretch, but if the diaper is too small, it won’t fit properly and will create these red marks. This is definitely a time to move up a size in diapers. 4. Check the waist If you’re having difficulty connecting the diaper tabs at your baby’s waist, that could be a sign that it’s time to move up a size. A diaper should close easily without having to tug and pull at them. Also,consider the rise of the diaper. A properly fitting diaper should come just slightly below your little one’s belly button. If it’s fitting a little more like a low rise, it’s time to move on up.