As a cloth diapering mom of a breastfed newborn, I've spent so much time trying to get the cloth diapers back to pristine after each poop and in the process, I've been baffled by how much range it has in color and texture! If you are on the brink of delivering, trust me, once baby is born, you will find yourself googling and even taking pictures of your baby's diaper creations. Doctors rarely care to inspect these photos FYI but you know, there is a moment of pride you feel when baby has their first poop, the first of many firsts but one of a few requirements allowing you to be discharged from the hospital together.
From black tarrish meconium to green to orange to yellow, baby poop runs the whole spectrum. I found that after the meconium passed, baby's breastmilk poo ranges from green to yellow and occasionally a burnt orange but the colors were so odd that I wasn't sure if everything was OK. I could have logged onto my health care portal to try to email my doctor or try to call the advice nurse but sometimes I just didn't have the time or my 50 digit medical ID number of my child memorized so I did what so many mom bloggers do, turned to the trusted reliable resource: Pinterest. For your entertainment, here is a roundup of the best visual guides that I used to decipher the diaper readings.