Mom reveals genius hack that stops your baby from peeing on you while you change them

A SAVVY mother has revealed a genius hack to stop your baby from peeing on you while you change the diaper. 

All you need is a cold wet wipe.


“To ensure that your little one has completely finished going to the bathroom, before changing their diaper, swipe a wet cold wipe down their belly button,” the mother, named Kelsey Hill, instructed in a video posted to TikTok.

“This will cause them to finish up before you change them.”

She added that the trick is especially helpful with boys.

Fellow moms were thankful for this trick, with one commenting she was “excited” to use it. 

“I’ve been warned that they tend to get messy,” she added. 

This isn’t the only tip Kelsey gave to her followers, though. 

Following her cold wipe trick, she noted how to tell if your baby needs a new diaper size.

“You should be looking at the light lines towards the center of the diaper. When you put the diaper on, the flaps should come [at least] to the edge of those lines,” she said. 

“If you have to bring the flaps any closer, it’s [not] time to go up in size.”

Kelsey also noted there’s a way to make sure your baby’s diaper has a minimal chance of leaking.

“Once the diaper is on, ensure that the ruffles on the sides are pointed outwards. This will lead to less leakage and avoid blowouts,” she advised.

Kelsey is a stay-at-home-mother who has taken to TikTok to share all of her parenting tips and tricks with those who might find them useful. 

In another video posted to her page, she listed the benefits of contact sleeping.

“The closeness of your body, heartbeat & smell can be soothing for a newborn,” she wrote over a video of her baby boy sleeping. 

“It’s nurturing & helps create a bond.”

In a third video, Kelsey explained that playing peek-a-boo with your child shows children that “things exist even when you can’t see them.”


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