My Daughter doen't keep her daiper on at night i have tried lots, any ideas???

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Heather - posted on 03/03/2010

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put pants and shirt on her and safty pin the shirt to the pants and she shouldn't be ablt to get the diaper off anymore.. my mom did that to me when i was little

Daniele - posted on 02/16/2010

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First of all, how old is your daughter? Depending on her age, she may be getting ready for potty training. If she's still young (less than 18 months or so), try putting her in a onesie or a footed pajama. The ones she's taking off, are they wet? If so, the wetness may bother her. My daughter takes her diapers off when they get wet, then she zips her jammies back up. It can be a sign of potty training readiness. Or, it could just be that she's learned to take it off and thinks it's funny.

Ellie - posted on 02/15/2010

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how is it gettin to its nappy???? vest grow then pjs wud normally stop them bein able to get to the nappy

Katie - posted on 01/13/2010

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My little one has the same fascination with taking her diaper off. I have found that putting her in footed jammies works best. For a little while we put pants on her but she figured out how to pull them off and then the diaper would go next. Onesies and solid pjs that cover the diaper have worked.

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the only thing that worked 4 my daughter was a zip-up babygrow and she had 2 wear it back 2 front!!
she looked like she was wearing a straight jaket coz i brought white ones hahaha!!

Elizabeth - posted on 01/06/2010

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You can put the diaper on backwards, then put either the onesie or pj's on backwards, and if she can still unzip it, the put a safty pin, and or use duck tape... all those idea's work. My husband's sister is a mother of 6 and does daycare and thats what she told me to do with my 2 year old daughter. good luck

Dora - posted on 12/22/2009

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put it on backwards!!! it will work I have a friend who had this problem and it seemed to help but also pants, and footsie jammies are good Idea, How old is she because she might be ready for a potty!!!

Jessica - posted on 12/15/2009

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I know this sounds funny.. but, try putting the diaper on backwards that way they can't pull the tabs.

Bobbie - posted on 11/17/2009

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I've always used the little diaper covering underwear you get w/ dresses or even buy panties. My daughter wont mess w/ it is she thinks she looks pretty

Jen - posted on 11/15/2009

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Quoting Lindsay:

Have you tried putting her in a onesie? I also knew someone who had to put her son in the footed pajamas backwards so he couldn't unzip them to take his diaper off.


I couldn't help but giggle when I read this. It kind of reminds me of my youngest son. He is starting to learn how to unzip things. Im just glad Im not the only one who thought of this!



 



 

Lindsay - posted on 11/12/2009

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Have you tried putting her in a onesie? I also knew someone who had to put her son in the footed pajamas backwards so he couldn't unzip them to take his diaper off.

Sharalyn - posted on 11/12/2009

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Try the old fashion diapers with the pin and clothe. She won't be able to take those off. If you're not into that, try pull ups.

Chelsea - posted on 11/11/2009

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put a vest on that fastens at the bottom she wont even realise she has a diaper on

Pam - posted on 11/10/2009

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Quoting Pam:

Put pants over them sure she wont get them off to get the diaper tabs. Hope this works : )


 

Aimee - posted on 11/10/2009

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Quoting Katherine:

Well my hubby would tell you to duct tape the sides to the front. lol but short of getting one of those baby monsters with the tv thingy and watching during naps.Kinda expensive though and im not sure what your do during the night. I think all you can really do is buy plastic for under the fitted sheet and laundry detergent.



lol thats funny and balieve it or not i have tried tape she pulls them down  like pull ups. i taped garbage bags together and put that under the sheets that is the best thing i can think of until she is potty trained. But washing beddind every day is a real pane in the butt. thanks for the reply. 

Pam - posted on 11/10/2009

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Put pants over them sure she wont get them off to get the diaper tabs. Hope this works : )

Katherine - posted on 11/10/2009

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Well my hubby would tell you to duct tape the sides to the front. lol but short of getting one of those baby monsters with the tv thingy and watching during naps.Kinda expensive though and im not sure what your do during the night. I think all you can really do is buy plastic for under the fitted sheet and laundry detergent.

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