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Signs that you have a newborn:

He woke you up at 3:00 am to be fed (you are sleeping in your E39 M5). You go to change him and he launches a scud across the room which does a rorshach on the wall (looks like my E39 M5) and then pees on your face for good measure. I got the last laugh, because I peed in his.

Also, a question for those of you who have, had or were newborns. If they are asleep, again in your E39 M5 (see, see not off topic), and they poop, do you change the diaper and wake them, or let them sleep?

-Kmac Handy
 

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Also, a question for those of you who have, had or were newborns. If they are asleep, again in your E39 M5 (see, see not off topic), and they poop, do you change the diaper and wake them, or let them sleep?

-Kmac Handy
Unless they start crying, I would let them sleep.
 

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I love you guys. I do the same.

But one drop of oil weeps out of that engine and - WHAM - in the shop she goes.
 

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If the baby poops and is a sleep I change it. Diaper rash is way worse.

I have a 14 Month old and a 3 year old. Only 1 in diapers anymore.

They are in my M5 all the time.

Bob
 

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I am still amazed you would but a child at any age into a M5
My 5 months old cries everywhere except in the beast. He cries at home, at the mall, in my Nissan, just everywhere. But when he's in the M5 he just sits there and it seems he enjoys the beastly sound :M5launch:
 

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+1 Diaper rash is way worse.

Here's some screwed up logic for you. "How could there diaper be wet, I just changed them!"

Congrats! You'll find toilet training harder than changing diapers. At least that's what I'm finding.
 

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Been there done that!



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You gotta change it. Diaper rash is worse for you and the baby.
 

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No safer auto to put your babies in that the M, i'd just give some real thought to covering the rear seat before strapping in car seats and such.
 

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I let mine sleep (in the M ;)) until she wake up, then I change the diaper. I've also invested in the zymol of diaper cream, and have not had a rash problem yet.
 

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I let mine sleep. He has not had any issues with diaper rash but he is a bear when he does not get enough sleep.

My son loves to ride in daddy's car and likes it when it goes zooooom, unlike mom's honda pilot which has no zooom at all.

BTW, I have installed the universal seat cover for the rear seats, which protects from the occasional spill or vomit. I also have the same car seat in both cars and have a 3rd/alternate seat cover in the event of a accident. I find its just best to be prepared. I used to carry extra set of clothes, towels, wipes, diapers, etc in the trunk. As well as some snacks or food for that occasional low sugar condition.
 

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Congratulations. I'd definitely recommend changing the baby right away. Diaper rash can be painful for the baby, which makes the whole diaper changing thing much less fun. I have two boys ages 5 and 3, and a little girl who just turned 1. I am the diaper-master. :7:
 
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