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There’s nothing worse than when your baby’s dirty nappy leaks on their baby grow, and you have to figure out how to pull it off over their head without sending their mess flying and accidentally smearing up their back.
Thankfully, mum @TellezJoanna has shared a clever baby-grow hack on TikTok, and parents are loving it. Watch here:
Onlookers have taken to the comments section to share their amazement at the trick, with one mum-of-three admitting even she didn’t know about this.
“Wait a minute. I'm on baby number 3 and I’m just now finding this out,” she said.
Another asked: “So you mean this whole time I could’ve avoided getting it all over her and her face and arms and stuff?”
“So you’re telling me I didn’t have to cut her out of her onesie when she had her first blowout? I was not going to let it touch her head,” another parent admitted.
“Where were you when I needed you?” someone else asked.
“Wish I knew this with my first,” someone else added. “I'm expecting my second in June and glad I know this now.”
“Thank you! I have heaps of those with my first child,” a different mum wrote.
Elsewhere, other parents have taken to the platform to share their best baby tips and tricks, including this genius hold which puts babies to sleep every time.
Mum Becky Wilkinson, who goes by @beckywilko82 on the site, posted a video explaining that her son Reuben had been struggling to sleep and was crying.
One commenter suggested the colic hold, in which the baby is placed on the arm with their tummy facing down.
Colic is when a baby cries frequently but there is no obvious cause as to why. According to the NHS, a baby might have colic if they cry for more than three hours a day, three days a week for at least one week but are otherwise healthy.
Babies with colic may also cry more in the afternoon or evening. The baby could also have colic if their tummy rumbles or if they appear to be very gassy while crying. You can read more on that here.
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