Here's something I don't get. Why are the diapers of today smaller than vintage diapers? I just got a pack of year 2000 Huggies; a side by side comparison with the modern version reveals a massive difference in size. These 2000 Huggies fit me with no modification. Granted, I'm a smaller person, but the new Huggies 6 don't fit at all. The 2000 Huggies are also bigger than Pampers Size 7, and nearly the size of my Benetton Size 6s, the biggest baby diaper ever made.
So, why are modern diapers smaller? It's not like kids are shrinking. On the contrary, most babies are fuggin' fat asses. Where's the logic?