Now, we all know what is inside the diaper, but where do you put the stinky ones? With my older three kiddos, I just had a garbage pail in our garage where I would dispose of diapers. I had heard that the disposal systems didn’t really help in eliminating the powerful smells of a dirty diaper, so I didn’t bother.
I did receive an original Diaper Genie as a gift when I had Josh, but it wasn’t worth keeping after I had Ben, so I was super excited to try the new Diaper Genie II Elite… It is incredibly easy to use and the Ultra-Fresh antimicrobial, built into the plastic, really does inhibit odor-causing bacteria. I don’t know about you, but that stinky diaper smell is not on my list of favorite scents!
Did you know…?
The ability to smell is well developed before an infant is born. It is an important sense that is needed for survival, and it plays an instrumental role in bonding to parents. Developing preferences and aversions to smells is a journey for infants and children that takes place over the early years of life and involves many exciting discoveries.
Visit BabySmells.com to learn about the new product and find out more about how babies associate smells, watch weekly webisodes, order free decorative decals for Diaper Genie pails and enter the ‘Smelly Tales’ contest with a chance to win $5,000.00. I have a great story that I am planning to enter!
Here’s what you have to do:
- Share one of your smelly tales with me here in the comments, before 9pm (pacific) on October 10th.
- For an extra entry in the random drawing, feel free to subscribe to my blog feed. You must remain a subscriber at least through the duration of this contest to qualify for a second entry. Make sure you leave me a separate comment saying you subscribed.
- A lucky commenter, chosen at random, will win the Diaper Genie II Elite. The winner will be notified via email, so make sure you leave a valid email address in your comment.