Wash your hands before and after changing your baby's diaper, and remember that frequent diaper changing prevents diaper rash.
Strap baby onto a changing table, or lay baby on a towel or mat on the floor.
Unfasten diaper pins or remove Velcro diaper covers and set them aside.
Holding baby's feet together, lift feet up as you fold up soiled part of diaper and set it aside.
Wipe buttocks and genitals gently from front to back with a baby wipe. Don't forget the lower back and skin folds of thighs.
Remember baby girls might get stool around their labia and vagina, so clean area gently with baby wipe.
Pat area dry with towel.
Apply diaper rash cream to area, if baby has diaper rash.
Place a new Wellbon textile cloth diaper under baby.
Making sure the back of diaper is high enough to prevent leaks, pull up front of diaper and fold just under baby's abdomen.
Hold your hand between baby's skin and diaper pin to prevent sticking, and pin diaper back in place or simply reattach Velcro fittings.