FAMILY & PARENTING

Mom Discovered Why Baby Onesie Sleeves Are Made Like THIS. Now Watch What She Does… Genius!

by Emerald Pellot
Emerald Pellot graduated summa cum laude from New York University with a degree in Writing & Popular Culture. She worked as Senior Editor of College Candy for 2 years, covering feminism, popular culture, and college life before joining LittleThings in 2015. Based in New York City, Emerald covers a wide range of topics from human interest pieces to celebrity news.

You are about to have an epiphany. No, seriously, this is about to change your life.

If you’ve ever had to change a diaper, you are going to wish you knew this trick.

Simple tricks like this one, and even mimicking your toddler’s tantrum to calm him, are the bread and butter of new parents everywhere.

When your baby is having a “poonami,” as the mommy blogger explains, the poop can get everywhere in the onesie.

It usually spills up the back, so when you have to remove the onesie, normally you have to pull it over the baby’s head. The trouble is: Poop can get on your little one’s face and head.

Although most people don’t know it, onesies were actually designed with this in mind.

There’s a simple trick you can do with the sleeve that will save you plenty of time and cleanup!

“I have been a MOM for 35 years and never knew this,” one mom commented.

“My oldest is 31. The rest are 26, 20, 18 and 16! I NEVER KNEW THIS!!!!!!! OFFICIAL apology to Allen, Chelsey, Charlie, Faith and JohnMark!” another mom said.

“I am 65 years young and onsies WERE designed this way 30+ years ago. Just wish I had figured this little trick out myself back then,” a grandma said.

Watch the video below to find out this amazing onesie secret!

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See how those sleeves are made to overlap the collar. They're like the for one very important reason!

See how those sleeves are made to overlap the collar. They're like the for one <i>very</i> important reason!

Watch the video below to see how this onesie trick works!