So as some of you may know I'm a big fan of baby diapers and with a 27 inch waist and a small body stacher I'm able to wear most larger sized baby diapers without modifications, but my question is, when did the demand for larger sized baby diapers come from?
I ask this because it seems kids are getting potty trained later in life, like nowadays a child is more lightly to know how to use an ipad before he or she knows how to use a potty, but who's to blame other then the parents?
As some of you might remember there was that story from sky news about the increase of reported children ages 4 to 11 coming to school wearing diapers in the UK....again I ask is it the diaper companies bringing out forever more larger sized diapers making it seem more normal to keep kids in diapers until a later age or is it a case that the diaper companies are just trying to keep up with the lazy attitude towards potty training that seems to be the norm nowadays.
Obviously children who have bladder issues is a different story, like myself who was still wearing diapers/pull ups at age 12 because of bedwetting.
It's a true fact baby Diapers are getting larger as time go's on, but why?