The 6-month-old baby stage is one of my favorites. I had my third baby over the summer and now I’m enjoying longer stretches of sleep and some irresistible baby laughs. This age also comes with some major 6-month milestones like teething and starting solids — both of which can cause diaper rash in babies. Thanks to Triple Paste and some tricks I’ve learned with my other kids, I know exactly how to treat my baby’s diaper rash this time around.
I found being a first-time mom being extremely difficult. After having my third baby over the summer I’ve been pleasantly surprised that things are so much easier this time around.
It definitely helps that I knew what I was in for, and am far better prepared. I have figured out some great little tips and tricks as well as my favorite products that make life easier.
As exhausting as being a mom is, we need all the help we can get.
With the 6-month milestones just around the corner for us, I’m so glad that I know how I’m going to manage things this time.
My babies have always had really sensitive skin so diaper rash is always an issue, even when I am really prompt at changing their diapers. Anytime we change things up like by starting solids or when my babies start teething, I know that a diaper rash is probably going to follow.
I have tried all the different creams out there, but I have found that the most effective one for treating their diaper rash is Triple Paste. They definitely need it the most when going through milestones like teething and trying out new foods that can irritate their tummy and give them more frequent messy diapers.
My baby has just started showing signs of teething. He is chewing on everything in sight and drooling like crazy. These early stages of teething are already upsetting his tummy and making him irritable.
It’s a rough stage and even though we are at the beginning of it, I’m already exhausted.
I love that Triple Paste ointment is gentle enough that I can use it every day but it is strong enough to handle even the most stubborn cases of diaper rash.
My sister’s twins went through an especially rough adjustment to solid foods and one twin had a major diaper rash that nothing seemed to soothe. Triple Paste was the only thing that made the rash look better.
Once I heard how well it worked for her, I made sure to always keep Triple Paste on hand in my diaper bag so my little one can stay comfortable and happy when he is having tummy troubles.
How to treat diaper rash
It’s never fun to see your baby in pain. These tricks have helped me treat diaper rashes and help my little ones get feeling better.
Don’t wait until it is red. When my other kids started solid foods, I found it really helped to put on Triple Paste as a preventative measure, especially if I was introducing something new and I wasn’t sure how their tummy would handle it.
Use an ointment that works. I’m always a fan of going with what works. It will save yourself and your baby a lot of grief if you use Triple Paste the first time and don’t waste your money on other creams that aren’t tough enough for stubborn cases of diaper rash.
Introduce new foods slowly. You never know what foods are going to be rough on your baby. Introduce new foods slowly so you can pay attention to which foods your baby is struggling with.
Be aware of diaper rash triggers. Those 6-month milestones like teething and starting solids can cause diaper rashes. With my first baby, I didn’t realize this and it caught me by surprise. Now I know what to expect and I make sure to have Triple Paste ointment on hand and ready to go.
As a third-time mom, I’m so glad that I’ve found products that really work for my babies. I can spend my time cuddling my sweet boy knowing that he is happy and comfortable.
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