Here's a quick guide to changing a diaper. What would seem at first to be a frighteningly hideous task turns out not to be that difficult at all.
Step 1: Locate a baby
If you find a baby that is squirming around and making loud shrieking noises, you may want to check to see whats going on under neath all those cute fooffy baby clothes. Chances are, you may have a mess on your hands. You can't really tell by looking them in the face because they don't really make a big deal out of it usually.
Step 2: Don't worry...just take a look
Although you never know what you may find inside a diaper, usually it's not that bad. Depending upon what type of outfit the baby may be wearing, you'll need to locate the "diaper area". Unzip, unfasten or unbutton all clothing until you get to something that looks like this. This puffy thing covering the junction between the torso and the legs is called the "Diaper area". This is the area that may need some attention.
Step 3: Remove the offending diaper
This step involves taking quick action in removing the soiled diaper. Once the shock and awe of this step is over, it becomes fairly apparent what needs to be done.....pretty much just do the best you can to pull the two sticky tabs located on the front of the diaper open and grab that thing, ball it up and fling it somewhere quick. Try to remember where you throw it because after the whole deal is over, you'll need to find a more appropriate place for it to go. .....like maybe a trash can or a nearby high temperature hazardous waste incinerator.
Step 4: Grab em by their feet
after you've removed the offending diaper, you'll need to get a good grip on the little neonate so you can clean up any unusual substances that may still be clinging to the "diaper area".