Why are onesies made the way they are?
Messy diaper situations are a fact of life, and your baby’s onesie is designed to accommodate the inevitable. In the case of a leaky nappy, all you have to do is grab onto those folds and pull the whole garment downward. It’s a neat, convenient way to avoid making a huge unnecessary mess.
What are the folds on baby vests for?
The flaps on your baby’s vest are actually there so that in case of an explosive nappy, you can unpop the bottom and pull the whole thing down and off past their feet – as opposed to struggling to pull the whole affair over their head, trying not to get poop up there while you’re doing it.
What is the purpose of a baby onesie?
The purpose of a onesie is to allow for your baby the comfort of a shirt with the added benefit of not having to worry about the shirt riding up as well as keeping cloth diapers from falling down throughout the day.
How do you take a baby’s shirt off?
When putting a shirt over your baby’s head, gather the entire shirt like an accordion up to the neck. Holding the opening of the neck, carefully place the shirt over your baby’s head and slowly pull the shirt over her body.