my daughter is 15 months and she likes to take off her diper what should i do?
Casey - posted on 09/18/2009
Duct Tape!!!! lol that was my husbands suggestion when our daughter started taking off her diaper. I use the diaper covers that came with her different dresses or as Renee said onesies work good too, except my daughters legs are on the chubby side and onesies are too tight...Good luck!
Saundra - posted on 09/18/2009
She is too young for potty training. She is just realizing she has some control over having her diaper on. Imagine I would hate one of those on all the time. My daughter started doing the same thing. My mom suggested always having diaper covers on her or a pair of shorts. It makes it much harder for her to take the diaper off.
Renee - posted on 09/18/2009
I keep my son in a onesy this way he can't get his diaper off. He did this to me once, and that is all it took for me to keep him in a onesy over night under his PJs. Hasn't done it since...he can't get the snaps on his onesy undone :)
Rekia - posted on 09/18/2009
my daughter is the same age and is doing the same exact thing....i jus sit her on the potty and when she gets up i tll her potty...and show her the diaper and say peepee...sooo next time peepee in your potty and shes used her potty maybe 3 times but she still does it sooo its gonna tke time
Agnes - posted on 09/16/2009
I know how u feel with this..My son is 15months and it started when i put his new lightning mcqueen crib sheets in the crib that he took his diaper off and pooped all over everywhere...and he continued to do it...So now i put him on the toilet and even if he wont go i still give him the praise as if he used it...Getting him used to how its gonna be..
Jessica - posted on 09/14/2009
buy some undies, or training pants. My daughter is doing the same thing and doing this seems to work for us. as for the wee, find a cheap brand of menstrual pads that are small enough to fit in the undies so that it doesnt go everywhere. It will help her learn how to recognize when she needs to go and help with toilet training to.
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