Guides

WHEN TO CHANGE DIAPER SIZES

When a "blowout" happens, your first thought may be to blame the diaper. But it might just be that the diaper is the wrong size for your baby. Size is one of the most common causes of a leak or blowout.
 

WHY DO LEAK AND BLOWOUTS HAPPEN?

If a diaper is too small, it can leak because there isn’t enough absorbency for the volume of pee or poop.

CHOOSING THE RIGHT DIAPER SIZE FOR YOUR BABY and IMPORTANT FACTS

The chart below is a great guide to helping you choose a diaper size based on your child's weight and stage, but you'll also need to check for telltale signs of a poor fit once your baby is wearing them. Persistent leaks, red marks on baby's skin, or gaps are signs of an improper fit. If your baby is nearing the top of the weight range, it may be time to consider moving up a size.