I decided it was because her diaper was wet and changed her. (Normally, the smell is not that strong when she's wet) I thought the issue was resolved. Then as we were loading up to go to Target...I smelled it again. I took her out of the car seat and realized that we had a diaper explosion (think ruined blanket, jacket, pants and shirt) on our hands of the #2 sort. A
Fast forward a few hours.
Bath time. Pull Chloe from the tub. Wrap her in a towel. Lay her on her bedroom floor (because it's easier to dress her and change her diaper there).
Fast forward a few more hours.
4:36 a.m. Chloe is screaming in her crib. I go to see what the fuss is about and find her on her tummy. I lay her on her back. Problem solved.
9:00 a.m. Chloe and I are playing in the living room when I notice the smell again. Another bath and a whiff of her sheets later, I have determined that her bedtime diaper leaked all over her crib. Poor baby was upset because she was laying on wet sheets at 4:30 this morning. Bad Mom. How did I miss that detail in the pitch dark while I was half asleep (that's sarcasm)?
Let's hope the Huggie Dam can contain the Urine Stream from here on out. I have had nothing but trouble from the those diapers since Chloe came home from the hospital. I prefer Pampers but they don't sell Pampers at Costco.