Everything babies do is adorable. Even if they’re doing something that is normally disgusting, like pooing, they seem to do it in a way that makes our hearts melt. And because Pampers is in the business of baby poo, they decided to make light of the situation and film a series of babies in the act of pooing.

With the camera close up to their faces, we watch their eyes go wide and their mouths make funny shapes as these little tykes go about their business. You’re going to laugh, smile, and cry as you see the funny faces in this viral video.

More than 7.3 million people have watched this video since it was uploaded to Pampers’s YouTube Channel in 2015. The video had the following description attached to it:

“With Pampers Sensitive Wipes, don’t fear the mess — enjoy the “baby poo face!” Pampers Baby Wipes are clinically proven to be mild and are dermatologist-tested, hypoallergenic, and perfume-free, which helps make changing time even better. Gentle cleaning for your baby’s delicate skin!”

Each baby featured in this clip makes a uniquely hilarious face as they begin to poo. And as any parent knows, this face means a lot of work ahead.

Some babies look shocked, others look stressed out, and more are simply too busy to keep a calm look on their face.

While the baby’s poo face is a sure sign that it is time to change their diaper, parents might not always be lucky enough to spot it when it happens. And for those that don’t see their baby making their face, there are other signs that it is time to change the diaper.

Some parents prefer to let their child wear the diaper for a few minutes, others swear that it is best to change it right away. Luna’sMommy from shared her perspective: “I always changed my daughter’s diaper right away, as soon as I knew if it was wet or stinky. She’s 3 1/2 now and has been potty trained since 18 mos. She never liked to sit around in a wet diaper, I think it really helped in the potty training.”

HurrsyCurry thinks it is okay to leave alone sometimes, “If it’s just wet, you can easily leave it be for about 2 hours or so. They can hold a lot of moisture before it effects the baby’s skin. Changes should occur pretty soon after bowel movements though, to avoid overflows and diaper rash.”

SareBear8 has a different policy, “You should change your baby at least every two hours. More if you know he’s wet or had a BM. Also change him right before leaving the house, or he goes to bed/nap. Also when he wakes up during the night is another great time you sneak in a quick change so he doesn’t get a rash.”

Check out the funny video below. Did you baby make a funny face when they were doing the do? Or were they always stealthy about it?

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