For most parents, changing a baby's dirty diaper is one of their least favorite tasks. This isn't to say that they won't complete the necessary task to keep their baby clean and smelling somewhat fresh— it's just that it isn't exactly fun. This isn't even taking into account the horrendous blowouts and astonishingly stinky messes your little one can produce. If you've ever asked, "how could this come out of something so small," then you might be curious about the really gross things that happen in your baby's diaper. (And if you haven't or have a weak stomach, then you may want to stop reading now, as sh*t's about to get real.)
Perhaps I'm in the minority, but I've always been perplexed by the various textures, colors, and amounts of matter I found in my son's diaper. Though he may have graduated to using the toilet, some of those diaper surprises will stay with me forever. You're definitely not alone if you've stared in disbelief while your little one is blissfully unaware chilling out on the changing table. So if you want to know what's really going on in your baby's diaper, even the gross things, keep reading for some mind-blowing info on blowouts.