nappy


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diaper

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garment consisting of a folded cloth drawn up between the legs and fastened at the waist

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(of hair) in small tight curls

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Since his death, Mrs Amison has had two more children but she no longer uses nappy sacks.
Diagnosis of nappy rash is based on the distinctive appearance and location of an erythematous rash which may include the buttocks, genitals, pubic area and upper thighs but tends not to affect the skin creases (NICE, 2013).
Some babies who have reacted badly to disposables with nappy rashes are sometimes happier in cloth nappies because they're are no chemicals used.
Send your answer to Family life Munchkin Nappy Organiser Contest, PO Box 4013, London E14 5BE, by Friday August 3, 2012, with your name, address, and contact phone number.
Leaving the nappy off as long as possible will really help.
It is thought one single nappy could take anywhere from 200-400 years to degrade.
They sell to shops such as Mothercare - where model mum Lydia Sergeant and baby Amber, below, were pictured during "Real Nappy Week" - John Lewis and Toys "R" Us.
And recently the world's first 100 per cent biodegradable nappy was developed by Perth inventor Charishma Seneviratne in association with CSIRO.
DAVID Cameron is being urged to take nappy training lessons after the Sunday Mirror revealed he used non-biodegradable ones.
But the Absorbent Hygiene Product Manufacturers Association (AHPMA), which represents all the UK disposable nappy manufacturers, rejected the calls.
Nappy by Charisse Camey-Nunes Illustrated by Ann Marie Williams Brand Nu Words, January 2006 $14, ISBN 0-974-81421-0
Like growing number of expectant mums, Jyoti was keen to go down the "real" rather than the "disposable" nappy route.
Your healthy newborn child could live to his nineties--but did you know that his first disposable nappy may well still be around in 500 years?
To demonstrate what is mistaken about this tenet, she uses a 1998 controversy at a school in the Bushwick neighborhood of Brooklyn, New York over a teacher's use of a children's book called Nappy Hair (1997).