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Diapers are not complicated. After all, sleep-deprived new parents can figure them out immediately in the hospital. Yet diaper sizes and fits can be confusing for even the most seasoned parent (i.e., the one who steps barefoot on a LEGO and barely raises an eyebrow). That’s because unlike baby clothes, diapers are sized by weight and not age. Plus, there is overlap between sizes.

Having a properly fitting diaper should reduce blowouts and leakage, so it’s important to choose the right one. Our diaper size guide—complete with diaper size charts for the major brands—can tell you exactly which diaper your baby or toddler needs. Plus with Gopuff, you can get diapers delivered to your door in just 30 minutes. 

Diaper Sizes by Brand 

Pampers Diaper Sizes

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Child’s Weight Diaper Size
Up to 6 lbsSize P
Up to 10 lbsSize 0 or N (newborn)
8–14 lbsSize 1
12–18 lbsSize 2
16–28 lbsSize 3
22–37 lbsSize 4
27+ lbsSize 5
35+ lbsSize 6
41+ lbsSize 7 

Available Sizes for Pampers Diapers 

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Pampers has a wide range of diapers to fit a variety of needs. For instance, the popular Pampers Swaddlers line cradles babies with blanket-like softness and pulls wetness away from sensitive baby skin. It’s the No. 1 choice of hospitals according to hospital sales data collected by Pampers. Pampers Baby-Dry has 3 absorbent layers for up to 12 hours of dryness, making them especially good for babies who sleep through the night. Then there’s the Pampers Cruisers 360° Fit line, which is ideal for active older babies and uses an elastic band to keep diapers up instead of tape.  

Huggies Diaper Sizes

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Child’s Weight Diaper Size
Up to 6 lbsSize P (preemie) 
Up to 10 lbsSize N (newborn)
Up to 14 lbsSize 1
12–18 lbsSize 2
16–28 lbsSize 3
22–37 lbsSize 4
Over 27 lbsSize 5
Over 35 lbsSize 6

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Huggies’ large diaper roster includes the cottony-soft Little Snugglers line, which offers up to 12 hours of leak protection and has a pocketed back waistband to help contain poop and prevent blowouts. The budget-friendly Snug & Dry line also offers 12 hours of protection and features a Mickey Mouse design. And the Little Movers line keeps active babies covered with Double Grip strips and a contoured shape. 

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Luvs Diaper Sizes

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Child’s Weight Diaper Size
Up to 10 lbsSize N (newborn)
8–14 lbsSize 1
12–18 lbsSize 2
16–28 lbsSize 3
22–37 lbsSize 4
Over 27 lbsSize 5
Over 35 lbsSize 6

Luvs has one line of diapers, which features three absorption areas to keep away wetness for up to 12 hours. Luvs are super soft on sensitive baby skin and feature larger tabs for a secure fit. 

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How to Weigh Your Baby to Find Their Diaper Size

Although balancing your baby on a digital kitchen scale would be adorable, there’s a better way to get their weight using a regular bathroom scale. All you have to do is weigh yourself, then weigh yourself holding your baby. Subtract the second number from the first number to get your baby’s weight. For more accuracy, remove your baby’s clothes and diaper before you weigh them. 

How to Choose the Right Diaper Size

While choosing diaper sizes by weight is important, it’s not the only thing to pay attention to. You may have noticed in the diaper size charts that some sizes overlap. For instance, a 13-pound baby will fit in both a Size 1 and a Size 2 diaper. So how do you know which one to choose? 

There’s no magic answer, but there are a few things to consider: 

  1. How often does your baby pee and poop in a day? 
  2. How much does your baby move around? 
  3. Is your baby frequently leaking through their diaper? 
  4. Does your baby leak through their diaper at night? 
  5. Does your baby have chunky thighs that you just want to eat? Or does your baby have leaner thighs that you just want to eat? 

That might mean putting a 13-pound baby with a slimmer build in a smaller size or putting a 13-pound baby who leaks a lot in a bigger size. A lot of it is trial and error, but it helps to have the next size on hand when your child starts approaching the end of the weight range in their current size. 

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How Should a Diaper Fit?

A diaper that fits properly is going to go a long way to improving absorbency and reducing blowouts. So how do you know if your diaper fits? Pampers has this helpful chart:  

The 4 key takeaways are: 

  1. The diaper should fit under the belly button. If it’s looking more like the low-rise jeans you wore in 2005, it’s time to size up. 
  2. The leg cuffs shouldn’t gap. Run two fingers just inside the leg cuffs to make sure they’re in the proper position, which will help prevent leaks down the legs. 
  3. You should be able to fit two fingers under the waistband when the diaper is fastened. If that’s hard to do, size up. 
  4. The diaper should not leave any red marks. If you see red marks when you remove the diaper, size up. 

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How to Prevent Blowouts 

Blowouts happen, but they shouldn’t happen all the time. If your baby is constantly having blowouts, that’s typically an obvious sign that their diaper is too small. Try sizing up and see if that cuts down on the number of times you find yourself holding them away from you like they’re Simba meeting his kingdom for the first time. 

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Do You Need Newborn Diapers?

Whether or not you need newborn diapers depends on how much your newborn weighs! Again, newborn diaper sizes vary by brand, but they’re mostly designed for babies who weigh less than 10 pounds. So, if your new baby falls into that category, you might want to get some newborn diapers, especially because Size 1 diapers still might be too big on them (they typically fit babies who weigh at least 8 pounds). 

Newborn diapers also have a special notch cut out at the top to help keep the umbilical cord dry and prevent irritation—though you can always fold down the top of a size 1 diaper before taping it. 

If you haven’t met your baby yet, it’s probably safe to assume that they will fit into newborn diapers, because according to the University of Michigan, the average birth weight for babies is about 7.5 pounds. But, because Gopuff can deliver diapers to you in just 30 minutes, there’s no need to buy a package of newborn diapers until you’re absolutely sure you’ll need them. 

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Swim Diaper Sizes

Unlike regular diapers, disposable swim diapers typically come in small, medium and large sizes. That often equates to diaper sizes 3–6, but it’s important to check the sizing guidelines on the box because they often use different weight ranges than other diapers from the same brand.

Helpful Diaper Tips From Moms 

We interviewed a few moms on our team to see if they had any helpful diaper tips, and boy, did they deliver (again):

  1. Use a bigger diaper overnight. If your child is waking up with wet jammies, try having them sleep in a bigger diaper for better absorbency. 
  2. Use diaper booster pads. These are similar to maxi pads, and fit into diapers for extra protection. They’re especially good for toddlers. 
  3. Make sure you have one diaper in your diaper bag for every hour you plan to be away. You shouldn’t run out of diapers if you follow this rule. 
  4. Treat blowout stains with a Fels-Naptha bar. This old-timey laundry bar—it was introduced in 1893—gets out some really bad stains, making it a game-changer for blowouts.
  5. Don’t keep using too-small diapers just to finish the box. It’s not worth the blowouts or irritated baby skin. Save these leftover diapers for your next kid, give them to a friend with a younger baby or donate them to the National Diaper Bank Network. Many of their organizations accept open packs.  

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TypeSizeWeightCountPampers SwaddlersNewbornup to 10 lbs174Pampers SwaddlersSize 18-14 lbs210Pampers SwaddlersSize 212-18 lbs180Pampers SwaddlersSize 316-28 lbs164Pampers SwaddlersSize 422-37 lbs144Pampers SwaddlersSize 527+ lbs128 Pampers Swaddlers SensitiveSize 18-14 lbs156Pampers Swaddlers SensitiveSize 212-18 lbs132Pampers Swaddlers SensitiveSize 316-28 lbs128Pampers Swaddlers SensitiveSize 422-37 lbs108 Pampers Baby DrySize 18-14 lbs252Pampers Baby DrySize 212-18 lbs234Pampers Baby DrySize 316-28 lbs210Pampers Baby DrySize 422-37 lbs186Pampers Baby DrySize 527+ lbs164Pampers Baby DrySize 635+ lbs144 Pampers CruisersSize 316-28 lbs176Pampers CruisersSize 422-37 lbs156Pampers CruisersSize 527+ lbs132Pampers CruisersSize 635+ lbs112Pampers CruisersSize 741+ lbs84 Pampers Pure ProtectionNewbornup to 10 lbs152Pampers Pure ProtectionSize 18-14 lbs164Pampers Pure ProtectionSize 212-18 lbs148Pampers Pure ProtectionSize 316-28 lbs132Pampers Pure ProtectionSize 422-37 lbs116Pampers Pure ProtectionSize 527+ lbs96Pampers Pure ProtectionSize 635+ lbs84 Pampers Easy Ups – Boys2T-3T16-34 lbs140Pampers Easy Ups – Boys3T-4T30-40 lbs124Pampers Easy Ups – Boys4T-5T37+ lbs104Pampers Easy Ups – Girls2T-3T16-34 lbs140Pampers Easy Ups – Girls3T-4T30-40 lbs124Pampers Easy Ups – Girls4T-5T37+ lbs104 Luvs Ultra LeakguardSize 18-14 lbs252Luvs Ultra LeakguardSize 212-18 lbs228Luvs Ultra LeakguardSize 316-28 lbs198Luvs Ultra LeakguardSize 422-37 lbs172Luvs Ultra LeakguardSize 527+ lbs148Luvs Ultra LeakguardSize 635+ lbs124 Huggies Little SnugglersNewbornup to 10 lbs168Huggies Little SnugglersSize 110-14 lbs180Huggies Little SnugglersSize 212-18 lbs162 Huggies Snug & DrySize 316-28 lbs222Huggies Snug & DrySize 422-37 lbs192Huggies Snug & DrySize 527+ lbs168Huggies Snug & DrySize 635+ lbs136 Huggies Little MoversSize 316-28 lbs174Huggies Little MoversSize 422-37 lbs156Huggies Little MoversSize 527+ lbs132Huggies Little MoversSize 635+ lbs108 Huggies Pull-UpsBoys 2T-3T18-34 lbs124Huggies Pull-UpsBoys 3T-4T32-40 lbs116Huggies Pull-UpsBoys 4T-5T38+ lbs102Huggies Pull-UpsGirls 2T-3T18-34 lbs124Huggies Pull-UpsGirls 3T-4T32-40 lbs116Huggies Pull-UpsGirls 4T-5T38+ lbs102 Member's MarkSize 18-14 lbs176Member's MarkSize 212-18 lbs196Member's MarkSize 316-28 lbs234Member's MarkSize 422-37 lbs210Member's MarkSize 527+ lbs168Member's MarkSize 635+ lbs150
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Diaper Size and Weight Chart Guide

Diaper Size and Weight Chart Guide

Wondering which diaper size to choose for your little one? Pampers has worked with more than 8,000 babies and their parents, taking over 400,000 diaper fit measurements, to come up with just the right range of sizes for every family.

Here's a simple diaper size chart you can use as a quick guide to the best diaper size for your baby:

Picking the Right Pampers Diaper Size for Your Little One

To find a diaper size for your little one, use our diaper size finder below, adding your baby’s weight to come up with the best Pampers diaper size for your baby.

The guide will also provide an average number of diapers you can expect to use and will let you know about how many months your little one will need this size. It’s a great tool for planning ahead!

Read on to find out more about how you can check whether your baby’s diaper fits perfectly, when to switch to a bigger diaper size, and which Pampers diaper is best for your little one—from newborn diaper sizes and beyond. Plus, pick up some tips on how to help prevent leaks and blowouts.

Making Sure the Diaper Fits Right

As you know, babies come in all sizes and shapes, so diapers fit a bit differently on every baby. To keep things simpler, Pampers diapers sizes are based on baby weight—not things like age or gender.

Most of the time, your baby's weight will fall neatly within the range of a certain diaper size, producing a good fit. In some cases, you might have a choice of two sizes, as the weight ranges can sometimes overlap.

If you have a baby who is long and slim, for example, you might need to go with the smaller of the two sizes for the best fit.

Beyond checking to make sure the diaper suits your baby’s weight, there are four quick checks you can do to make sure your baby’s diaper fits properly:

  1. The diaper’s waistband should sit just under your baby’s belly button.

  2. The leg cuffs shouldn’t have any gaps. After the diaper is on, run two fingers just inside the leg cuffs to get them in the proper position to help prevent leaks.

  3. After the diaper is fastened, you should be able to fit two fingers under the waistband. This means the diaper is fitted properly — not too snug, not too loose.

  4. When you take the diaper off, you shouldn’t see any red marks.

How to Weigh Your Baby

To weigh your baby, you can use your normal bathroom scale. Take off your baby’s clothes and diaper, and then step on the scale while holding her. Record the number. Then, step back on the scale without your baby. Subtract the second number from the first number to get your baby’s weight.

When to Change Diaper Sizes

Some signs your baby might be ready for a different size diaper:

  • If the fastening tapes don't reach the center of the waistband, it's time for a bigger size; if the tapes overlap, the diaper may be too big.

  • If you can't comfortably fit two fingers under the waistband of the fastened diaper, it's time for a bigger size.

  • You may need to go up a size if you notice red marks on your baby's tummy or thighs when you remove the diaper.

  • If the diaper isn't fully covering your baby's bottom, choose a bigger size.

  • If your baby regularly gets diaper rash it may be because her diapers are too small and don't hold the moisture away from the skin.

  • The diaper may be too small if your baby is showing signs of discomfort (for example, pulling at the diaper).

Which Pampers Diaper Is Best for My Baby?

As your baby grows, he'll have different diaper needs. Here are some things to consider when choosing which Pampers diaper to buy:

Newborns:

Newborns have very delicate skin, so choose a diaper that's:

  • very soft

  • super absorbent to keep your baby's skin dry

  • designed so it doesn't rub against the umbilical cord stump

  • easy to put on and fasten.

Consider Pampers Swaddlers, Swaddlers Sensitive, or Pampers Pure Protection at this stage.

Growing Babies:

Dryness will be your biggest focus when your little one is around 6 to 12 months old. Consider Pampers Baby-Dry or Pampers Cruisers.

On-the-Go Babies:

When your little one is wiggling a lot, crawling, or beginning to walk, consider diapers that are easier to take off quickly. For example, you might like Pampers Cruisers 360° Fit or Pampers Easy Ups.

This chart summarizes the sizes that each Pampers diaper is available in to help you select the right one:

Why Do Leaks and Blowouts Happen?

  • If a diaper is too small, it can leak because there isn’t enough absorbency for the volume of pee or poop.

  • If the leg cuffs don’t fit properly or are tucked insider the diaper, pee can leak out the sides.

  • If a diaper is too big, urine and poop may leak out of the gaps before the diaper can absorb it.

How to Prevent Leaks and Blowouts

Do the following to help prevent diaper leaks and blowouts:

  • Check the diaper to make sure it looks straight and balanced on your baby.

  • Make sure the waistband sits just under your baby's belly button.

  • Make sure the tapes align with the colored waistband when they're fastened.

  • Run two fingers under the waistband so you're sure the diaper isn't too tight or too loose.

  • If you have a baby boy, check to make sure his penis is pointing down inside the diaper.

  • Pull the leg cuffs out by running your fingers around the leg cuff after the diaper is on.

  • If you've done all this and checked you've got the right diaper size, it could be time to choose a more absorbent diaper, like Pampers Baby-Dry or Pampers Swaddlers Overnights.

Once you find the best diaper size for your little one using either our diaper fit finder tool or our diaper size chart, selecting the right diaper will be a breeze. Your baby will be comfier, and you'll feel more confident knowing that your little one will have far fewer accidents with leaks or blowouts.

Still, just in case a leak and blowout happens, keep your diaper bag well stocked using our diaper bag checklist to make sure you're prepared for all situations.

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