Dr. Smith’s knows that parenting a happy, diaper rash-free baby comes with its own vocabulary. Sometimes a made-up word is the best one to describe your baby and all those tiny, special moments you share together.
Splish-Splashier / spl-ish-splash-ee-er / adj.
describes a playful baby bath time with lots of fun and giggles.
Smashier / smash-ee-er / adj.
characterized by smushed food, such as peas or spaghetti, during baby’s first solid meals; usually accompanied by fits of uncontrollable laughter and plenty of napkins.
Sunshine-ier / suhn-sh-ahyn-ee-er / adj.
warm, bright, and fun, as in playful outdoor summertime games.
Gigglier / gig-lee-er / adj.
causing endless laughs and smiles from a baby who’s happy and diaper rash-free.
Smile-ier / sm-ahy-lee-er / adj.
describes a moment when both baby and parent are happy and carefree, as during an easy and pain-free diaper change.
Sweet Dreamier / sweet-dreem-ee-er / adj.
characterized by the exact moment a baby falls deeply asleep, warm and cozy in his or her crib; when baby sleeps through the night, everyone does.
Snugglier / snuhg-lee-er / adj.
cuddly, cozy, and carefree; describes a baby who draws close to mom and dad for comfort during quiet times.
Zoomier / zoom-ee-er / adj.
describes a toddler who has just learned to crawl or walk and hasn’t stopped moving since, here one minute and gone in a flash.
Dance-ier / dan-see-er / adj.
having the unstoppable desire to move and jiggle around when full of energy and happiness; sometimes a toddler can’t help but dance it out.
Jolly-er / jawl-ee-er / adj.
the absence of fussiness due to diaper rash, instead replaced with cheerful smiles and happy memories.