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Diaper changing theory and practice

Theory:
  1. Remove dirty diaper
  2. Clean baby
  3. Clean hands
  4. Put clean diaper on the baby. Done!


Practice:
  1. Remove dirty diaper
  2. Random Event:
    1. Baby pees on self: goto step 3
    2. Baby poops on self: goto step 3
    3. Baby pees on you: goto step 3
    4. Luckily nothing happens: continue from the last step you left from.
  3. Clean baby
  4. Goto step 2
  5. Clean hands
  6. Goto step 2
  7. Put clean diaper on the baby.
  8. If baby immediately dirties the diaper again go to step 1.
  9. Done!



I should make these into a flow chart. It would make more sense. Maybe tomorrow.

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aroach
May. 30th, 2007 06:15 pm (UTC)
I recommend cleaning your hands as the last step. You're just asking to get peed on if you don't get the new diaper on right away. I guess there is a small risk of cross contamination if you don't clean your hands before touching the new diaper, but you are changing a baby, not performing open heart surgery.
grieve
May. 31st, 2007 05:15 am (UTC)
Yeah, I am already getting jaded on the whole hand washing before touching the baby thing. Especially since my hands are starting to get really chapped. I bet in two weeks time, I won't even think twice about touching the baby with dirty hands.
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