On average a parent changes diapers over 2000 times during the first year of a newborn. And mishaps are bound to happen. Babies pee during diaper change because they experience cold diuresis, meaning babies just like adults when exposed to cold may get the urge to pee.

There are some products on the market that claim you can avoid getting peed on by your baby. Like using a dome or a shield. The problem with these products is that they aren’t practical. 

Picture this, your baby wakes up crying in the middle of the night from a dirty diaper. As a parent, I can tell you, I’m not looking for the dome and I’m not going to use a shield that is more like using a diaper between diaper changes.

With P-Shield Snuggler, The L Wonder towel is always ready on the diaper changer station. You simply lay your baby on it and fold the flap over your baby between diaper changes. No looking for a dome and no putting on a diaper between diapers. And no getting peed on.

To avoid getting peed on, follow these simple four steps:

1- Buy a P-Shield Snuggler. We recommend three. Two to use at home for when one is dirty and one to keep in your car for outings.  

2- Open a P-Shield Snuggler and lay your baby on top.

3- Remove the dirty diaper, and fold the flap over the baby from the belly button down.

4- Put a new diaper on your baby and you’re done.

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