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Here is the question we need you to answer:

"What is your worst diaper changing experience?"

(We already know what Julie's is...)

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125 comments:

  1. Oh! I had a poopy incident last week! My 5 month old & I were in the car and she had a blowout. I pulled over to change her and find out that she had leaked all over her outfit and the carseat. I (of course) didn't have another change of clothes for her! So, I wipe off the carseat as much as I can and put her back in naked. Poor thing--I'm sure it wasn't very comfortable! And to make matters worse, I somehow ended up with poopy all over my hands and my shirt! Ah--gotta love poop!

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  2. I am a new mom so every diaper change is a disaster.Last week my little Jack peed in my face when I pulled his diaper off for a bath and then he pooped which ended up on my foot.What a hot mess!!

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  3. Oh, how to choose just one poop story! The one that comes to mind right now was when we took our 5 month old to Hawaii with us. We were on the flight and she had not one, not two, but THREE HUGE blowouts...the kind that are up her back and oozing out of the legs of the diapers. Have you tried to change a baby in those tiny airplane bathrooms? It is like trying to change a baby with your arms tied down - it feels virtually impossible.

    After the 3rd blowout, I was out of back up clothes, so she was riding in just a diaper, wrapped in her blanket.

    I was super paranoid that her ears were sore from the altitude, so every time she made any sort of grimace on her face, I nursed her. In the middle of the flight, just after the THIRD blowout, she spit up gallons and gallons of breast milk -- all over my legs (it was warm and oozing under my thighs), all over herself, and a bit on the businessman sitting next to me.

    I started to cry. He used my baby wipes to wipe off his slacks and tried to reassure me that it was not so bad, but his face proclaimed LOUDLY that he would really, really, really always use condoms.

    That was a rough flight!

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  4. When my 3rd daughter was 3 months old she went thru what i call the "diarrhea days." One day I looked over at her sitting in her bouncy seat and the liquid poop had squirt out from every end of the diaper, so far up the front of her onesie (and soaked all the way thru) that it looked more like she actually threw up on herself. Good times!

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  5. I have defintely had my fair share of poopy diapers, but my favorite is when not only does it get on your hands but in your fingernails, that's when I want to scream:)!

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  6. My story is much like Ali's, only we were sitting on the runway in Atlanta waiting for take off and I nursed my son. Well takeoff was delayed for about an hour, but we still sat on the plane and waitied. Just then I heard it, then I smelled it and then I saw it slowly begin creeping up the back of his clothes. When I asked the inflight service personnel she told me that she did not know where we were in line for takeoff and that I could not get up to change him in the restroom. It was just so sad because as a mother I knew what I needed to do, but rules and regulations were preventing me from doing it. It got so bad that I could not even lean him back against me because it was seeping thru his clothes and would then get on mine and I did not have clothes to change myself into and could not bear the thought of flying all the way to CA smelling like poop. Poor little guy...my husband and I took turns holding him on our knees away from us like he was contagious until we were finally in the air. And then it was an older plane without that little changing table thingy over the toilet and so I changed the little guy on the floor of the bathroom. During all of this he never cried or anything....so even though the plane smelled like baby poop, at least the passengers didn't have to listen to a crying baby too.

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  7. anytime you are away from home with out what you need to change the baby it is bad.

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  8. That's easy! My little son made a huge mess, and I took him out of his carseat in the back seat at a light on a very quiet road while my husband stopped at the red light. No sooner had I gotten his diaper cleaned up then a cop appeared and wrote us a ticket for not having the baby in a carseat. Normally I never would do that, but it was such a quiet road, probably 20mph speed limit, and my husband was stopped. Unreal!

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  9. When my son was a newborn, I had him laying on my legs and all of a sudden, he starting pooping and it shot all over the front of me. There was poop everywhere.

    rebbi511 at peoplepc.com

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  10. when we were moving and I had to change a full load in the truck on my lap-yuck

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  11. Reading through all the comments, I relate to the poop stories all too well. You can read about one of our stories here: http://jacksontrine.blogspot.com/2008/04/poop-explosion.html. One of my fondest poop memories was on one of our weekly train trips. I would take my son down to Children's Hospital on the train each week. Let's just say after this specific trip, plastic bags became an essential item in my diaper bag.

    It was much like the ones you have described, up the back, all the way down the leg to the socks... I managed to have to change him on the seat next to me since making the trek to the bathroom in a wobbly train didn't seem like a good option since we know how gravity and motion works with these diapers. And I won't mention the horrified looks and responses of the surrounding passengers while I apologized profusely... But on this specific trip I had forgotten a change of clothes, so right when we got to CHLA, I headed straight for the gift shop to buy him something to wear.

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  12. Oh, memory lane! I have 4, so the stories are numerous, but my personal favorite was while waiting in line for the vehicle processional at my husband's grandfather's funeral. Our baby was 2 months old, and blew out just as everyone was getting ready to leave for the cemetery. I knew I had to change her before the graveside service - he was a veteran with full honors - So I frantically stood next to the car with her on the car seat, hoping all the while that I could get the job done in time for our turn to drive. No such luck. All 15 or so cars behind us had to wait for the crazy lady to change her baby's diaper. Fun times - at least we have a laughable memory from that day!

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  13. Ok- this happens nearly everytime I change my little one. If there is poop, his hands are drawn to his "diaper area". One time I was wiping him and his hands went (in this order)....to his booty (now poop is all over) to his cheeks to his eyes...to his mouth. YUCK!

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  14. My worst diaper moment (or should I say moments) was when I put my child down for what I thought was an uneventful afternoon nap. I thought he went to sleep right away because it was extreme quiet in his room. After a short time I peeked into his room expecting to find him slumbering. However, he pooped his diaper, had somehow managed to take his diaper off and the bars of his crib were not a pretty sight. I didn't know how to even pick him up to change him. I ended up putting warm water in the tub and after a few water changes, things were back to normal or at least he was. Of course there was still the crib to clean up.

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  15. My daughter was being really quiet in her pack and play, so I thought she was just playing.....I mean what kind of trouble can you get in when you are in a pack n play!?!?!?!? Well.....she was digging in her diaper and thought she would finger paint, on her blankets, dolls, face (yuck) legs arms! EVERYWHERE!

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  16. It was our first shopping trip with our 1 month old. He had a blowout in the store so we changed him and his outfit. We walked the block to the next store...While I was feeding him in the dressing room he had another one, this time all over both of us! What can you do but baby wipe yourself down and keep going?!
    saw99a (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  17. When our oldest daughter was 13 months, we were getting ready to leave to go to a Thanksgiving dinner. I couldn't find her, so I figured she must be going number 2. When we finally found her we brought her into the living room, so I could change her. Hubby decided to be funny, and smacked her butt......not knowing that it was really runny. As soon as he smacked her butt, it went straight down her leg, and into her boots! She had been wearing a onesie with pants over the top and boots! I had to strip her down over the bathtub, and hose her down thanks to him! We never did get the boots cleaned up after that! What a horrible experience!

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  18. While swimmies are wonderful for holding the water in they are not so wonderful for holding other things in. A case of "hershey squirts" did not bode so well in a swimmy for my 2 y o grand daughter and we were at someone elses pool! I felt horrible trying to explaing the "goo" coming down ehr leg.

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  19. Just yesterday after night bath (when all pooping is supposed to have stopped) my 17-month old son crawled up naked onto the micro-suede rocking chair in his room and sat down with a book. And deposited a nice poop on the chair and on his large Mickey Mouse. I think pooping on MM is borderline sacrilegious.

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  20. When my first daughter was just a few days old I picked her out of her infant seat and she was literally covered in dripping poo...that was definitely the worst. I was a new mom and scared to death and we were both covered in poo. haha

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  21. My worst diaper changing experience came while I was still in the hospital with my first child. For some reason, the rules at this particular hospital said that I had to (this is so disgusting to write in public!) "use the bathroom" myself before they'd release me. Well, I didn't for the first day, so someone in their infinite wisdom decided to give me a laxative...30 minutes before the baby's next feeding! Well, if you've ever wondered how quickly something you injest gets into your breastmilk, I can tell you it happens pretty darn fast! She wasn't even done feeding before she'd pooped. And it wasn't just a little bit. When I unwrapped her blanket, she was covered in black poop from the middle of her belly all the way down! I was young, alone, scared and exhausted, so I did the only thing I could do...I bawled my eyes out. Of course, the nurses came rushing in, saw the messy baby and hysterical mother and set to work cleaning her up and calming me down. With that as my introduction to motherhood, can you blame me for waiting six years before I had another?? ;)

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  22. My most memorable story is actually from my older son who's been out of diapers for 2+ years now. When he was about 14 or 15 months old we went to a restaurant with my husband's coworkers and their families. We ate, our son was behaving well, and my husband decided to take him to the bathroom to wash his hands. He picked him up out of the high chair and carried him to the bathroom with our son's back against his stomach - our son's favorite way to be carried at that time. When they got to the bathroom, though, my husband discovered that our son had pooped and it was an explosive poop that had gone up out of his diaper and up his whole back. Yep, poor hubby's shirt now had a line of poop down the center. Eek! Luckily, hubby's workout bag was in the car so he had a (sweaty) shirt to change into and we had extra clothes for our son in the diaper bag. It provided quite a lot of entertainment for the rest of our dinner party! :)

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  23. My son is an adult.
    I don't remember diapers :o)
    If I win, these are for my one year old niece~~

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  24. Our son is due in January, so our joyous diaper changing experiences have yet to come! But I remember when I was younger, babysitting a couple of kids. One was still in diapers and as I was changing her, I realized I didn't have another to put on her. Um, ok. I looked around, and looked around and couldnt find them! Ugh. I had to let her off the changing table naked from the waist down, hoping she wouldn't have another accident, and went in search of the diapers. They didn't restock the nursery, but had some more in the bathroom cabinet - phew! Back to corral the baby and then to the bathroom floor we went for a new diaper.

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  25. Taking my son to my 6 week checkup and he pooped up the back of his outfit, and of course I had no extra outfit for him. So theres my baby sitting in the doctors office in just a diaper...... I was horrified,
    jen62728@aol.com

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  26. My worst diaper changing experience was when I was carrying my son on my back in a department store. I started hearing- splat, splat, splat. Yuk! He was oozing poop all over the floor and me. I abandoned my shopping cart and made a quick exit, leaving a trail the whole way out the door. By the time I got to the car, we were both soaked in liquid poop. It was even in my hair. Luckily an elderly couple saw the problem and helped line both the baby seat and my seat in newspapers. It was too cold to change him there, so we had to ride home 20 miles like that.

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  27. I have all the stories you do, so I will share one that wasn't that bad, but funny. In my daughter's miconium (sp)stage, she started to poop in the midst of a diaper change. It oozed out of her bottom, blew a bubble, and then pooped. Good times.

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  28. My son peed in his own ear before!

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  29. Our son is very quick. The one time, while changing his diaper, he got his hand right down into the poo and was all over the place with that little hand before I could grab it--then the cleanup began!

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  30. I have a few kids so there have been many horror stories. I think the worst was when the poop shot up my oldest's back when I was at the grocery and I had forgot to put a change of clothes in the diaper bag. I had to leave the cart and take the very stinky boy home. I was pregnant too so the smell was making the nausea unbearable. Ah, memories LOL

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  31. For me the worst poopie experiences are when it hurts my baby girls bottom. Her little toosh is so sensitive and it just hurts me terrible when her bottom get raw.
    I love Pampers,they are the best "breathable" diaper I have found for her sensitive toosh.

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  32. LOL, this takes me back over 20 years!! (ya it was that bad)

    I was a single mom, with a baby that never slept, and she had explosive pooping episodes! (tmi, I'm sorry lol)

    I remember she was wearing a pink and white striped onsie, and there was this "explosion noise" from her tiny body and slowly her onesie, from the chest to the toes turned a lovely shade of baby poop!

    I tried to clean her, but the poop was everywhere!! (even between her teensy toes)

    I ended up giving her a bath because there was just no way that I could clean her properly!

    (if she knew I told you this, oh I'd be in trouble)

    Thanks

    nancyrobster@gmail.com

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  33. My worst (so far) diaper changing incident is when I finally brought my son to visit my husbands mother's work to "show off" the baby to her coworkers and Jakey decided he needed to completely empty his bowels - It was EVERYWHERE and yup, you guessed it, I had nothing to change him into. So not only did they see him practically naked he smelled pretty awful too.

    nateandjakesmom at gmail dot com

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  34. I didn't know that Pamper made Sensitive Diapers I've been buying their Sensitive wipes for my son who is now 2. I'm excited about that my next baby is due in 4 wks. My worst diaper moment would be like the first few weeks of all my babies..in middle of the night they were always blowing poo up their backs or leaking out their diapers. I usually spend the night changing diapers, onsies, pjs, and sheets...at least once!

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  35. Changing two babies on a long road trip in the car is a challenge to say the least when you have the car(van in this case)packed with luggage and 5 other adult size people in the vehicle. Lots of stops just doesn't describe what we went through this summer on our trip from Colorado to Washington DC. Lol

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  36. When my twins were 3 or 4 mo old one of them had a huge poop that not only leaked out the leg of the diaper, but also somehow the diaper tore so it was oozing out there too, it was all over her clothes, me, everything, ICK!!! Thank goodness my parents were w/ us that day, dad watched the other baby while mom & I cleaned poopy baby up.

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  37. Well, the incident that sticks out in my mind the most is the time when I failed to be quick enough to put a diaper on my daughter. You know how it is when you have many children in the bath at one time and you simply get them out one by one, dry them off, and then scoot them out the door until you finish the assembly line. My daughter was first in line and she proceeded to leave a trail of poop all over our carpet throughout the house, unbeknown to me since I was still drying off her two older brothers.

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  38. When Nicholas was a baby, we had very little money. I bought cheap diapers and they didnt even have elastic around the legs. Many times he leaked poop all down his legs and up his back. It stained his clothes really bad. Now, his own baby is due on Oct, 29. I'd sure like to give him this coupon and tell him to never buy those cheap diapers!

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  39. When my daughter was young we had taken her on vacation, when we got out of the pool and went into the room, we were getting her diaper supplies ready and she went over to the sliding glass door and pooped on the carpet just as my parents walked up on her!! I spent the next hour cleaning the poop out of the hotel room carpet!

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  40. Hi Mamas. I love your blog and love that you frequently feature ways to "go green" and "natural", so I was hoping that maybe in the future you might consider giving away cloth diapers. I am a member of the Etsy Cloth Diapering Team, and I'm sure I could get you some cloth diapers to give a away if you would be interested in promoting the "new generation" of cloth diapers which not only tout the eco-friendliness of yesteryear's diapers, but are also now super convenient, super easy to use, and super cute! You can email me directly at jennahoskinson at gmail dot com if you are interested. Thanks mamas!

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  41. Oh how to pick one story. Hmm.. I'll go with the time in a dept store shopping for a gift for the new baby with my son (I was 9 months pregnant and he was 17 months). I always bring an extra set of clothes with but this one time I decided not to since he hadn't had a blowout in ages and didn't want to take the big diaper bag with us. Sure enough I smelt it and looked down to see him with poop oozing down his leg and over his sock. It was horrible. I changed him in the bathroom but it wasn't so much fun with my belly anyway and he was super squirmy. I carried him out with a blanket over his legs and no socks to buy him a new outfit. At least we were in the right place for it!

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  42. Well, we actually cloth diaper and supplement with sposies when we are behind on laundry or traveling. My worst experience was the first time I ever put a cloth diaper on my daughter. Luckily it was a cheap prefold and cover, because she pooped it. I was so terrified to, um, take care of it that I wrapped it up and said I'd do it later. Well, the later it got the more afraid I became, until finally I threw it away! I felt so guilty. Now I am no longer afraid of baby poop, as my daughter is 16 months old and I've seen my share of it.

    the_other_alice_(at)yahoo.com

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  43. I woke up to find my son's diaper off and poo all over the crib.. it was AWEFUL messiest clean up ever!

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  44. My husband was doing a diaper change on a road trip and when he opened the diaper the poop rolled out and he caught it. It was pretty gross, but he did save his precious car.

    hetz-junk(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  45. We where in the drugstore when I looked down and noticed my little one smiling at me sitting in a puddle of poop. I got her to the car lifted up her carseat and noticed that she had not only leaked out of her diaper through her clothes and onto the carseat, but it had gone through the holes in the carseat and leaked down into her stroller and onto the basket underneath. I spent the rest of the day in the laundry room with a bottle of shout.
    livlifelov at yahoo dot com

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  46. My worst experience with my son was when I changed him on my bed in the middle of the night. Halfway through changing he sneezed and poo covered me, the bed, and the wall. I'm still not sure how he managed that.

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  47. It's kinda funny that as I was reading this I was holding my 4 month old...and he pooped! LoL (not a mess...but I thought it was funny) The worst was when he was a few weeks old and we were shopping, he was crying and I couldnt figure out why, well when I got him outta the carseat I KNEW why....it was all over him and I knew none of the stores I was near had public restrooms, so I layed blankets on the ground and changed him in the parking lot! I felt awful but he was alot happier, of course I had no extra clothes for him!

    mariajoy@hotmail.com

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  48. We went to get our babys first pictures she was 3 days old and she had a blow out it was awful I was a new mom and didnt know about these things now I think I seen it all lol I bet thinking that Im due for my next generation diper disaster. Thank you!

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  49. Mine was not with my own kid. I was pregnant and working in a day care. One of the todders had a horrible smelling diaper, and I was getting nauseous over it. I had to have the other girl in the class finish it.

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  50. Woops, I'm sorry, the last comment had a typo in my url.

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  51. Even as an experienced mom (have 5 kids), my 7 month old, still managed to pee all over the floor, my leg & the new diaper a couple of days ago, when I tried to change him. lol

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  52. Always when the poop would ooze out the legs of the diaper onto my own clothing.

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  53. My son "hosed" many people when his diaper was being changed. He had lethal aim. I was always embarassed. But not on the day he hit my mother in law who was interfering, as usual,with everything I did, including that diaper change. Thanks son.

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  54. One day I was running the dirty diaper upstairs in order to dump the poop in the toilet (everyone knows they should be doing this, right?) and when I got there, the diaper was empty! Yikes! I had to backtrack and search all over my stairs and living room to find the poop that had rolled away. Yuck.

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  55. Ben seems to be a classy kid; he tends to wait to poop until he has a fresh diaper on. He started this in the hospital. I was changing him, and once the new diaper was under his bum, out squirted a new gallon of meconium. I laughed, tossed the diaper, and no sooner than I'd slipped another diaper under him, the black, sticky goo once again gurgled out of his tiny bum. This happened FIVE TIMES IN A ROW. We went through six diapers in as many minutes, not to mention a couple of blankets and bassinet sheets. The nurses were quite amused and impressed.

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  56. When my son poops its almost a real doozy, this last one I changed really hit the top!
    My son has been on a Anti-Biotic, making his poop very runny and smelly and he had poop all the way up his back and I change him with a sheet under him and it was everywhere...I wanted to get sick!

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  57. We went out to eat with my sisters and my son is teething so he has had bad diharrea ,well needles to say we were eating and we smelt poop and sure enough he had pooped a overload it was so bad it was ozzing out of the high chair and it was yellow and very runny and it stunk so i had to clean up him and that mess and was totally humiliated people were leaving the restraunt i will never show my face there again

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  58. Our first child, Eli, was 3 weeks old and we took him to a family wedding... yes, we are those parents!!! He had a poopy diaper, you know that breast fed newborn poop. So I took him into the ladies room. What, no changing table in the posh wedding site bathroom? That's a shocker! So I cover the counter with paper towels and have him sideways between the sinks. I get off the diaper and get his adorable little bottom all cleaned up. I was a rookie, so I hadn't put the new diaper in the ready position yet. Eli proceeded to projectile poo (you know what I'm talking about) all over. I didn't have a spare outfit (rookie remember), so he spent the rest of the wedding in his diaper.
    http://elislids.blogspot.com

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  59. The worst diaper changing experience for me was at my best friends wedding. I was his best man and ten minutes before the wedding, my daughter needed to be changed. Being the good father that I am, I took Missy back to the back room and proceeded to change her. There were people meandering in and out of the area where I was and I wasn't paying attention and my daughter kicked the bottle of baby powder off the tabel and I tried to catch the bottle, kneeling down. As I knelt down the sticky tape on the diaper was attached to my hand and I brought the diaper right into my chest. I had no other clothes to change into. My uncle who is 3x bigger than me decided to give me his shirt off of his back that did not even match my outfit. He ended up getting a blanket and wrapping it around his upper body so he wouldnt be "naked" at the wedding. And here I stood up front among 300 plus people with an oversized shirt that stood out like a sore thumb.

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  60. Oh, the blowouts...I've got two little girls and I have had many a blowout. I think, though, the worst one has to have been with my first baby. She was about 2 or 3 months old. We went downtown to meet up with my grandmother for lunch and of course, as I was leaving, the kid had a monster blowout! I ended up changing her diaper on the back of my car, no changing pad, nothing, just poor little baby bum on top of cold car trunk and of course, I had no change of clothes. The poor kid had to ride home naked, in the middle of February. Thank goodness we live in Florida.

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  61. probably when i heard this loud "uuummmrrpp" and looked and pooped had escaped EVERYWHERE on my black couch -- who knew that a 4 month old had that much in them????

    autumn398 (at) yahoo.com

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  62. My daugther was at a sitters (my friend's house). When I picked her up the house reaked! Apparently she had a blow out - out the back. My friend went to change her, sat her down and it exploded out the front too!

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  63. I just had my son October 2 and he had a belly ache, when I was changing him he pooed alllll over me! It was awful but funny
    kristilb19@yahoo.com

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  64. The worst was when I was changing my older daughter's diaper at one month old -we were ready to leave, and her poop shot out about a foot and got all over me.

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  65. I looked down at my lovely daughter in her cute outfit and she had a mess coming out of her diaper and up her dress. The only thing to do was put her under the faucet in the tub. We made a game out of it but what a mess!

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  66. Not sure how I stumbled upon your site, but with our third child on the way I could definitely use free diapers!

    My 3 year old had an upset stomach today that resulted in an incident that made me WISH she was still in diapers. Won't go into details...

    Thanks for the giveaway opportunity!

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  67. I was babysitting a one and a half year old when I was 16 along with his 2 older brothers. I was watching them and then suddenly turned my head and the child was covered in chocolate. It was all on his hands and all over his body. Then I realized it was not chocolate and he had dug it all out of his diaper. I was so grossed out having to clean him up and gagged numerous times. I never volunteered to babysit them after that.

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  68. I don't have any yet since my little one won't be born until April but I'm sure there will be some funny doozies!

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  69. When I went to get my then one year old son out of his crib from his nap... He was covered head to toe in poop!!!! So was the walls around the crib, the crib itself and all the bedding!!! Cleanup that day was the worst!!!

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  70. the worst of late was a poop on the floor - right next to the diaper she had removed. we had a lot of talks about "no stinkies on the floor" after that.
    andrewandkristan(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  72. Sadly mine is fairly similar to Julie's! My beautiful three year old daughter came down the stairs post-nap covered in some dark, dry, cracked substance. When I say covered, I mean from the tips of her fingers smeared to her shoulder, swipes on her chest and belly, across her face, down her legs and to top it all off, her red hair had darkened considerably and stuck up in front like Cameron Diaz's character in "There's Something about Mary".
    We kept her potty in her room as a way to facilitate night-time training. Apparently, after I put her down for her nap, she felt the urge to poop, but didn't quite make it all the way to the potty. During her attempt to take off her panties post-poop, she discovered how fun painting with it would be! Then she decided to go ahead and go to sleep!
    DH took bath duty while I tackled the floor, bed-frame, sheets, blanket, pillow, walls, rug, curtains, dresser, end table and aforementioned panties.
    Good times... Let's hope my one-year old doesn't try to top that one!

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  73. Mine was the day I discoverd my 18-month-old daughter with her diaper half off and her hand under her bottom attempting to catch it as it exited her body. She had some smeared on her stomach, so I believe she succeeded with her first try. The mound on the floor indicated at least one attempt didn't work out like she expected...

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  74. My worst was the day we took our newborn in for his first professional photos. Of course, as soon as they call our name, I hear this rumble, and then the sounds of a very, very big blowout. We rush into the bathroom, only to find a huge mess up his back and through the brand new outfit. After we give a impromtu bath in the public sink, then wash and dry his outfit under the hand blower, we were ready for our family photos!

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  75. During the potty training days it was very frustraing to change the diaper 10 minutes are putting my son to bed for MONTHS because he would not have a bowel movement in the toilet.

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  76. My daughter was terrified of changing tables from day one, especially the public restroom shelf types that would give a little when I laid her down on it. I avoided them at all costs but, occasionally, I'd still have to use one. My daughter would have a death grip on my neck and I'd be trying to change her diaper. I always thought it was so sad so I would have my face right up against hers to try and comfort her.

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  77. With a baby on the way, I really need these diapers. I do not have a bad diaper story since this is my first but all of the stories listed by other posters are freaking me out. I think I am in way over my head since I have only ever changed one diaper in my entire life and it was only wet. This would not be that surprising for a new parent except for the fact that I have 10 nieces and nephews!

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  78. The first time I changed my son, he peed all over me. It was dripping off of his little face. Even the hospital bed and his bassinet had pee on it. A nurse heard him screaming and came running. She laughed so hard. All the nurses joked me about it. I had no idea that little boys could pee so much. My other kids are all girls :)

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  79. We were taking my son to his first Dr. appt after he was born...he was about 8 days old. My husband asked, "Should we take the diaper bag?"
    I responded, "No, I don't think we will need it."
    (This is my first baby by the way!...As I type and re-live this incident, I CANNOT believe I did not bring his diaper bag...)
    So we get Kellen strapped into the carseat and we are on our way to the Dr. After 3 minutes in the car, I notice Kellen pees out of his diaper all over his onesie. Of course I am sitting in the back seat with him at this time.
    We were already late for the appt so we keep going. We arrive at the office and keep him in the carrier as long as possible. When the Dr. comes in she needs him naked to examine him. When he is naked he pees again all over the Dr and me. We have to borrow a diaper from the Dr. (a size 2 for a newborn). We put the too big diaper on and by the time we are done with visit Kellen pees through the diaper again!! I could not ask for another diaper so we pack up and quickly head home.
    I had NO idea what to expect from the Dr. visit and that little babies can pee so frequently and inconviently!! Needless to say that diaper bag went EVERYWHERE with me for the first year!!

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  80. We were flying and our son was a total angel for the first 4 hours. He nursed like a champ, didn't cry once and slept the entire time. Just as the captain came on to announce we would be landing in a half hour my husband felt "The Rumble". Within a couple of seconds we could see the horrible yellow stain start to cover his entire front side, back side, upside down side. It was everywhere! I rushed him into the very small bathroom with the flight attendants reminding me that I need to make it quick since we would be landing in a few minutes. It was a nightmare!

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  81. in church, we had a major blowout-up the back and out the sides, since we had no extra clothes with us - we went home early!

    tiramisu392 (at) yahoo.com

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  82. Definately when I bought my son a cute new outfit and before we even left the house he had a blow out all over it!!! At least we were home to change though! thanks for the chance, justicecw@hotmail.com

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  83. SIGH... almost all the early morning diaper changes after my daughter found out she could "paint" on the walls. It was really nasty around that kid for a while!

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  84. at a nice restaurant with no changing table.

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  85. my worst moment was when i was changing my baby niece's diapers for the first time and put on the diaper backward... how embarrassing!

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  86. Well I must say this is a tough one....I've had three kids and am now raising two grandchildren and there is just so much to choose from. Bu the one I'll go with is when my daughter Shaina was little maybe around a year old I layed her down for a nap in just a t shirt and diaper. Well when she woke up she was playing awfully quietly and when I went in to get her, what a sight! She had removed one side of her diaper and decorated everything in her crib, her walls, herself stuffed animals, you name it with her poop. And she was as happy and proud as I had ever seen her. What a mess! I learned a very valuable lesson that day....Always put pants of some sort over the diaper! spinmel@aol.com

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  87. Definately the poop running up the back and down the legs out in public. You have no choice but to use the public restroom for a mini bath. Yuck!!

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  88. bridgettmilano@yahoo.comOctober 21, 2008 at 9:45 PM

    my daughter always liked to grab the contents of her diaper before i could get rid of them....and it was disastrous. now i am pregnant with twins and the diapers will surely be needed!

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  89. My little brother did the peeing fountain all over me right before my first job interview. I had to rinse my hair, and change clothes quickly.

    lexigurl_17 {at} hotmail {.} com

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  90. Well, my son is only 4 weeks old now. I swear, every time I take his diaper off I get peed on. No matter where I stand it's always aimed at me. Also, two times I have changed him so far, he has pooped on the wall. This kid can get some distance.

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  91. A diaper explosion in our car on a long car ride

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  92. 4 kids....(pondering) many diaper blow-outs, but I worked the first year I had my first baby and my hubby calls me in distress... my daughter was 6 months old at the time and laying in bed, somehow got into her diaper, played with the poopie, ruined the sheets (he threw them out), and smeared it all over her. She had to take a shower with Dada. Now I'm wondering, how did he hold her, she must of been real slippery!
    harmonden[at]wowway.com

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  93. ohhh you know poop all the way up to the neck!! uugghh

    aumissal@gmail.com

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  94. My husband had the experience I just got to watch and enjoy it. Our 4 week old daughter was laying in my husbands arms. I was doing something when he said I think she needs a diaper change. I told him I am busy so he should do it. He waited a few more moments then got up. With in seconds I heard him screaming for me. As I was walking over to him I told him "you do not need my help for a poopy diaper." Thats when I felt something wet on the floor. I looked down and saw that it was poop and a trail of it from me to him and the changing table. I started screaming "I stepped in poop!!" He said "I need help its all over me!!" When I got closer I saw that the poop had came out of all ends of our daughter's diaper and had ran down my husbands chest, legs, onto his shoes and of course on the floor. He looked like he just had a battle with poop. I couldn't help but laugh. He didn't think I was funny and I just said I love it. Needles to say that is one of our favoriet daddy baby stories.

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  95. About a week after my son was born, my husband returned from his deployment, ecstatic to meet his new son.
    Later that evening after everything had settled down, our beautiful bundle of joy began to emit quite the pungeant aroma. I nodded to the new daddy that it was most definitely "his" turn.
    He proceeded into the nursery with his newest pride and joy and about 4 minutes later, I heard a desperate yell from the man of the hour. I emerged from my ever so comfy recliner to find my husband covered not only in projectile poo, but his shirt had been peed on and there was spit-up down his left side!!
    There was no way to contain myself at this point and began laughing hysterically.
    Welcome to parenthood daddy! It's gonna be a long ride!

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  96. Oh man- bad times! My daughter was constipated so I gave her prune juice. Nothin. I gave her more prune juice. Nothin. I gave her more prune juice. Nothin. I took her into her room to change her... and ...SOMETHING! She exploded everywhere. On my face, the curtains, the changing table and about 2 feet away into the closet and all over her clothing! Not only did I have to wash everything- but we were stuck with a lot of clothes that I probably would have returned. I definitely learned my lesson!

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  97. Ahhh yes!!! The joys of poopy diapers!!! When my son was about 15 months old he had an overnight diaper blowout (unbeknownst to us, of course!) When I went into his room in the morning to get him, he had poopies smeared up and down both legs and arms, on his head, and all over his crib. And yet he was as happy as a little clam!! I laughed so hard I almost peed my pants!! Bless his heart!

    chrisandamyward(at)comcast(dot)net

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  98. have had many... any time a blowout has occurred, it is a nightmare.

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  99. We were at Target and my three week old had a blow out. We're talking down the pants up the back almost to his neck and all seeping into his car seat. My hubby's not the best with cleaning up so i went in and both little man and I ended up bathing in he sink and I had it in my hair. Not fun!

    lkziegler[at]gmail[dot]com

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  100. I have had my fair share of messy diapers, also. We have 5 children to reflect upon *youngest still in diapers*. I think the worst was when we woke one morning to our first-born's mess all over the crib - sheets, blanket, crib itself,wall and all over him. Oh, man - that was bad. Thank goodness we had a washer/dryer readily available... he went straight in to the sink and the clothes straight in to wash. What a mess!!!

    Thank you for this opportunity!

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  101. Just today my two month old little boy urinated in his own mouth as I was changing his diaper. I've been pretty careful about putting a washcloth over him when I'm changing him but today I just wasn't fast enough!
    ps3guyrw@hotmail.com

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  102. Many years ago, I was babysitting my little cousin for the weekend. It had been close to Easter so I thought nothing of the fact that he seemed to have chocolate on his hands. I figured he had stowed a piece of chocolate away for later, but at second glance, I noticed that the color was a little green! He had gotten it everywhere, on the couch, on the wall and in the carpet! It is, to date, the messiest poop I've ever had the displeasure of cleaning up! My children have not even come close to making this kind of mess (which I truly appreciate!). I always laugh about it and sometimes my cousin laughs, too!

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  103. The worst diaper changing experience I ever had was when my daughter was 3 months old and we were going on vacation. She had a poopy explosion....up her back....all over her car seat. We were in the middle of no where. The smell was soooo bad it made me gag. It was terrible!

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  104. The worst diaper change was when my daughter was maybe a month old. She had pooped and I was changing her diaper. I guess she wasn't finished, because as I was changing her, she pooped some more, but this stuff shot out of her and landed all over me. It was really disgusting.

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  105. My son and I went to the water park and I forgot to change him into a swim diaper, instead leaving on his regular diaper. After a nice ride in the Lazy River, we got back to land and started walking. Suddenly, a big gush of SOMETHING ran down my son's leg. His water-logged diaper had burst, and was leaking those diaper-absorbing-pellets all over the place! It was pretty gross.

    opalelephant630 at aol.com

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  107. Is there a thing called the worst time? :P More liike several of the worst times..hehe! The first worst time is not realizing baby boys like to christen their mothers in the face the first time or two. :P I have often wondered, if thousands of years ago if mothers were smarter than mothers now and they were ready with some kind of shield to protect themselves LOL

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  108. worst ha!When I first brought home my first son,it was 3am &I had to change him...lifted his butt&blam stuff all over!!
    ahdrad2932(at)msn(dot)com

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  109. worst when poopy leaks but luckily it has only happened a couple of times. thanks.

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  110. this week when i need to change my clothes as well as the babies

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  111. Blow out in the car seat (with diaper rash) in the beginning part of a LONG trip to visit the grandparents. :(

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  112. getting peed in the face always sucks!

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  113. EVERYTIME IS THE FOR ME WORST for me i have a very weak stomach and it is quite a challenge to finish a task when your gagging..lol

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  114. picture this at a horse show my sisters baby poops all over my top an pants now have to stand there for hours with poop all over me

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  115. Thank you for having this. My worst diaper experience is simply the poo up the back. Uggh..and realizing it only after your hand was there. THe worst. Thank you!
    tatertot374@sbcglobal.net

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  116. A diaper blowout that happened while traveling a few states away. It was so bad.. outfit, baby and carseat had to be washed on the road after a whole box of wipes just didn't cut it. The van smelled like poo all the way home and I had to rewash everything when we got back home.

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  117. Is there ever a really "good" diaper changing experience? Too me, the worst diaper changes are any where the kid ends up needs to go in the tub and the clothes need to be washed immediately! It seems like these happen all too frequently.

    jlilleysprint@earthlink.net

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  118. When my daughter was a couple months old I decided to change her before we went into town. I was cloth diapering at the time the way my mom used to with the pins and everything. I also changed her in her crib with a changing pad under her. So, anyway, I took her soiled diaper off and cleaned her bottom and just as I was about to put her new diaper on her, she pooed and it went all over! It was on the rug, the crib sheet the changing pad and worst of all-me!

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  119. I loved reading some off these other stories!!!! I was nursing my daughter on a boppy (she was probably four-five mos old) when she had a blowout. So I thought, well it can't be that bad...thats when I felt the wetness on MY crotch. It had leaked out of her onesie, onto the boppy, onto my shorts...then she was crying because I stood up (and of course stopped nursing so now SHES MAD). Then I dripped/walked upstairs...stripped both of us in the bathroom and peeled off her diaper in the shower. She had it all the way up her back to her neck. I couldn't believe it..I was a new mom with poop on MY underwear, how was this possible?
    Since then I've calmed down...now I have a newborn son!!! Thats fun too!!!

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  120. I learned the hazards of changing a boy's diaper when I got shot in the eye!
    donna444444@yahoo.com

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  121. One of my sons worked as a waiter. There was a woman who sat drinking a beer and nursing her baby. She changed the dirty diaper on the table, left the diaper there and no tip. How's that for class? It was a restarant that served 200 kinds of beers. Tell's you something about people who drink.

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  122. We were at a baby store with my friend's baby and she (the baby) had a total blowout. We only had a couple wipes left, so we had to use papertowels. It was a mess!

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  123. I had a poopy incident last week!

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  124. I had to go to traffic court with my husband and my son was about 6 months old at the time. The baliff comes around and says everyone quiet when the judge comes in. No problem I thought. Well my son decided then and there to start grunting and you could hear the diaper fill up. I had to leave because it was not only out of the diaper but all down the front of me.

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