The only nappies I've ever changed were on those fake babies you have to look after in Child Studies and I doubt that's too much like the real thing - they don't squirm, they don't make mess and they do not smell (thankfully.)
How interesting! I've also never done a subject like this - but it sounds like it could have potential to be very useful. Parenting and child raising is such a complex topic though...nappy changes is the easiest part of it!
Well lucky dad. Though I must admit that the Grandad in this house has probably never changed a grandchild's nappy. I occasionally have the privilege when they sleep over. Can't wait for the youngest to get the message. I think he may be on the cusp.
Last time I changed a nappy, the nappy was a terry towel nappy…..that long ago. The disposable nappies available now seem so easy but Im not sure how you dispose of them. Just in the garbage can I guess, but they probably stink a bit.
Well, I'm not in them yet . . . .so probably about 43 years ago. Wait . . I think I did change Himself's grandchild's nappy (very badly) . . so about eight years ago maybe. I was pretty clueless as I remember it because we had no disposables back 43 years ago.