Baby Chaps: Eco-Friendly Diaper-less Baby Clothes

Source: Passed Ports blog

Source: Passed Ports blog

From the Passed Ports blog:

All over China little babies and toddlers are running around with their bums hanging out. It’s kind of hilarious. From Lhasa to Chengdu to Beijing, many people simply don’t use diapers at all. But, if you put an untrained, diaperless kid in regular clothes, there’s going to be a mess. So the solution? Tiny baby crotchless chaps.

The littlest babies have a one-sie version: imagine a long bib, with strings that tie around the waist, and strings hanging down from the bottom corners which tie around the thighs. From the back it’s nothing but strings. Unfortunately I didn’t get any photos of these.

It is socially acceptable for babies and toddlers then just do their business whenever/wherever they need to, so long as they are outside. However there comes a point when it is not so cute. Some might argue that when kids achieve a certain level of mobility and social awareness, they really should be wearing underwear in public places…

[full story with more photos at the Passed Ports blog]

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  • reader08

    Do you think soft power of China, such as Diaper-less Baby Clothes, will conquer the world?

    • Hadrian999

      hope not, as bad as people are about cleaning up their dog's crap I'd hate too see babies crapping everywhere.

  • zac

    I'm studying in Chengdu right now, only one sighting so far (the pants, not the apron). Fortunately for me he was still walking.

  • A Bad Joke

    so the little kids wander around crapping.

  • Your Mom

    How cute!

    Unless you step in a pile of baby shit.

    Or until there's a fucking e-coli epidemic.

  • Ricky

    This is funny! Could you imagine having your little kid in one of these, and when you are carrying the kid he poops in your arms!

  • Ricky

    This is funny! Could you imagine having your little kid in one of these, and when you are carrying the kid he poops in your arms!

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