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The diaper change process passes down generation after generation. With an estimated 4 million babies born every year in the United States, parents continually repeat the following steps:

1) Lay their baby down.
2) Lift up baby’s legs.
3) Pull out used diaper.
4) Wipe baby’s bottom.
5) Place on new diaper.

Sounds clear-cut and easy don’t it? However, what important details are left out of those long told stories is how difficult it is to change a diaper once your baby becomes mobile.

At around 4-6 months your innocent little still angel turns into a squirming and kicking handful. Mothers, fathers, and caregivers alike have to magically learn how to outwit and maneuver an often screaming out of control baby. The baby will try EVERYTHING to get away including rolling over, scooting, kicki…

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  • Born on March 19
  • Joined March 23, 2012

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The diaper change process passes down generation after generation. With an estimated 4 million babies born every year in the United States, parents continually repeat the following steps:

1) Lay their baby down.
2) Lift up baby’s legs.
3) Pull out used diaper.
4) Wipe baby’s bottom.
5) Place on new diaper.

Sounds clear-cut and easy don’t it? However, what important details are left out of those long told stories is how difficult it is to change a diaper once your baby becomes mobile.

At around 4-6 months your innocent little still angel turns into a squirming and kicking handful. Mothers, fathers, and caregivers alike have to magically learn how to outwit and maneuver an often screaming out of control baby. The baby will try EVERYTHING to get away including rolling over, scooting, kicking, crawling, or eventually even running. Parents and caregivers are sometimes even forced to pin or barbarically strap their baby down to replace a clean diaper, as so realistically portrayed in the “Up All Night” video on our home page. These rather ‘painful’ actions repeat 5 to 11 times a day for an average of 2 years until the baby grows out of the diapers. The reality is that there’s no alternative to this process…till now!

Introducing Swifty Snap, an innovative product inspired by my son Skye. Without him we would have never been able to help your family waste less time and relieve much-needed stress due to the daunting process of changing the diaper of a mobile baby.

The advantages of Swifty Snap are:

1) Reduce mental guilt, stress, and burden to both parents and
baby.
2) Save valuable time by using our innovative Swifty Snap designs.
3) Transform current product in your home into a standing diaper
changer.
4) Swifty Snap standing diaper changer products use flat fold diapers.
5) Provide sanitary environment for those who want an alternative to
those yucky public bathroom changers.
6) Product built with eco-friendly materials and is hand washable for
repeated use.
7) Upon request, Swifty Snap products are customizable for an
additional fee.

Swifty Snap strives for customer satisfaction so if you have any
questions, please doesn’t hesitate to contact us at swiftysnap [!at] hotmail.com.

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