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.
- MINI Size 2: 3-6 KGS
- MIDI Size 3: 5-9 KGS
- MAXI Size 4: 8-14 KGS
- JUNIOR Size 5: 12-22 KGS
**It’s recommended to consider the age in correlation with the weight to be safe.
Switching up diaper sizes should be something you consider every 3-4 months, depending on how fast you notice changes in your baby. Infants grow very fast and so should their diapers. You should consider using slightly larger diapers even if the current ones are not yet tight, this is because the size of a diaper determines its absorbency. The bigger the size the more it absorbs, aside from your baby’s comfort, this is reason enough to switch up when you can.