So, I was putting on my nightly diaper last night and before I taped it up, I got to looking at the padded portion of it. Why does there seems to be a crap ton more padding on the back end and not as much on the front? Considering most of the action is going to take place up front more than towards the back of the diaper, you would think there would be more padding to help with the soaking that reaches to the tops, sides and beyond as much as possible.
It's almost the same theory as "more absorbent" toilet paper. I don't know about you guys, but the only time I ever find this useful is if I have the runs. Last I knew, bowel movements are usually pretty solid. At least this is one I don't have to worry about as much, seeing as though I've been using wipes just a little over 11 years.