She has a wet diaper. Do I wake her up to change it?
If it was poop I know I would.
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Answer by Anonymous at 8:42 AM on Feb. 5, 2009
I think it depends on the baby. My baby daughter actually slept through a tropical storm once. I could change her diaper, and she'd stay asleep. My son, on the other hand, would wake up if someone in the next room sneezed. So, I'd change my daughter's diaper, but not my son's. Unless it was really full, and in danger of leaking. Disposable diapers have such a wonderful "wick away moisture" benefit that it's probably okay to leave it. However, if you see that your darling gets a red, irritated bottom after sleeping so long in it, you'll probably want to change it in her sleep. But as the other moms said, only pee. Always change a poopy diaper. And congrats on your sweetie sleeping so long. That means YOU can rest, too! Best wishes.
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