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- v. Present participle of diaper.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Same as diaper, n., 2.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In heraldry, the decoration of the surface with ornament other than heraldic bearings: said of the field or of any ordinary. Also called diaper.
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This 6 hour certification class teaches on-the-job babysitting responsibilities, safety, first aid, rescue breathing, choking procedures and basic child care skills such as diapering and feeding.
The exterior brickwork is of distinguished blue diapering and Dutch-influenced crow-step gables, but the cavernous, miraculously preserved timber roof structure is the main draw, with 10 bays of queenpost trusses supporting it – engineered to last.
"I certainly don't want to downplay the cloth diapering options and the fact that parents are looking for options that are also good for the environment," she said.
In fact, he received enough fluid intake to later pee a perfect arc into my ear during diapering.
That was amazing to see, and religious figures and diapering designs were still discernible.
I am a cloth diapering, semi co-sleeping, babywearing, semi breast feeding momma who would never judge another for her choices And I too am REALLY nice.
Eventually I just threw up my hands, alarmed that I would still be diapering a 4y old – but once he could pee standing up (into the toilet!) then that was it.
Just me and the baby, day in, day out, the endless cycle of feeding and diapering and no adult conversation.
Pretty much sums up the tea baggers, all brave until they are on the receiving end, and then its diapering time!
"In fact," Ms. Adkins said, "he has been asked to leave the classroom when diapering was happening."