There are plenty of things that no one tells you about having a baby. One of those things has to do with urine and, specifically, with baby boys. Just try to change a baby boy's diaper without getting peed on. (Infant girls often pee during the diaper-changing process too, but, as you might imagine, their anatomy doesn't allow them to aim like their brothers.) Generations of parents have learned to dodge the stream or douse it with a washcloth, but why rely on such old-school tactics when you could be using the Peepee Teepee for the Sprinkling WeeWee? A terry-lined cotton flannel cone captures your son's stream and keeps you dry. Choose from solids, airplane or monkey prints, even camo — then drop the saturated teepee in the little laundry bag that comes with each batch.
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