Tahara - posted on 01/24/2010 ( 26 moms have responded )
Tahara - posted on 01/24/2010 ( 26 moms have responded )
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Michelle - posted on 10/11/2012
my daughter has defeated all of these footie pjs she just pulls her arm out and unfastens the diaper duct tape she out smarted she is just too smart but she is only 18 months i dont think its time to potty train but this is driving me crazy
April - posted on 02/09/2010
i heard a girlfriend of mine had to duct tape her youngest sons diaper for bedtime because he always took it off
Heather - posted on 02/08/2010
my baby does that all I could do was to put on a pair of pants or shorts or lil undies on top of the diaper ...now he pees in it he will take it off & go naked ! im having a prob. w him wanting to be naked except @ night or he will pee in whatever he is wearing due to potty training ..ugh
Sara - posted on 02/08/2010
I have that problem too. I have yet to find a solution. Mine is too smart for tape, yesterday my husband woke up with a diaper stuck to his head with tape. So yeah. We do footie pajamas alot, the snap at the top he has trouble with....but other than that, I follow him around. Constantly.
Natalie - posted on 02/08/2010
I think all 6 of my kids did that . i would just keep a onesie on or pants ,that worked with all of them .
Caroline - posted on 02/07/2010
Duct tape definately helps. I had this problem with my son, he started taking off his diaper and going to the bathroom all over the house a couple months before he turned 2. What a nightmare, all the cleaning and disinfecting. My wife and I wrapped duct tape around the diaper to cover the releasing tabs and he couldn't take off the diaper anymore. What a relief, duct tape saved my sanity and the keeps my house sanitary.
Jennifer - posted on 01/29/2010
I dont even use Duct Tape. I just use masking tape. Just big enough to hold the tabs together. I think the masking tape is easier to tear off. My daughter knows she doesnt want the diapers but she is just not ready for the potty yet. She is still unsure about it.
Sian - posted on 01/29/2010
I put underpants on over the top of his nappy when he has a nap ,or if its hot and he does't want many clotheson.
Diana - posted on 01/28/2010
Put on trousers or some clothing so that nappy is harder to get to.
Amy - posted on 01/28/2010
I agree, we used duct tape and medical tape. We also had to put their diapers on backwards so the tabs werent so easy to get to!
Chrystyne - posted on 01/27/2010
i know it might sound kind wierd but tape! my daughter used to take off her diaper in the middle of the night and it would be a mess to clean up so we started taking like masking tape and you just wrap it around the diaper once and loose so it doesnt hurt them and they cant find the ends to pull the tape off! lol trust me they learn really quick!!
Jasmine - posted on 01/27/2010
duct tape works!! lol. thats what i do. my daughter takes her diaper off all the fricken time.. and it gets really annoying when i have to change her bedsheets everytime she sleeps in them cuz she takes the diaper off. thats why i use duct tape. its difficult for my daughter to find the end of the tape to pull it off. but soon i will be potty training my daughter cuz now she will try to take her diaper off when she is wet. so thats a sign that shes ready!
Kristie - posted on 01/26/2010
girls are normally easier i hear, but that really all depends on the child
Kendra - posted on 01/26/2010
start potty training
Lisa M. - posted on 01/26/2010
Are girls easier than boys, or vice versa? Just wondering my grandbaby is 15 mo. old and will soon be potty trained.
Zoe - posted on 01/26/2010
My son went through that phase. We used to keep an eye on him during the day, and at night time we would sellotape his nappy on, he thought it was funny!
Cecelia - posted on 01/26/2010
two words....DUCT TAPE. it really works....seriously! :-)
Jamie - posted on 01/25/2010
When my daughter started doing this I made sure she always had a onsie on since she couldn't unsnap it yet. Then when she got a little older closer to two we got her a potty and started working with it and now at almost 2 and 1/2 she is almost fully potty trained.
Christina - posted on 01/25/2010
Duct tape....no seriously, duct tape. Don't wrap around the diaper. Use one piece (must be less than 7 inches or it is a strangulation hazard) to tape the two tabs to the diaper.
Brittanie - posted on 01/25/2010
May be time to start potty training. Or just being curious.
My Daughter always used to do that. She just wanted to be potty trained.
My son on the other hand does it and is only 13months.
I put his diaper on backwards for a while and now hes wearing pullups.
Katherine - posted on 01/25/2010
i agree with kristie my little one is two and cant have anything on her not even clothing lol.. at first she had a fiew accidents on the floor but right away she started to run to the potty herself she still dont like diapers we switched to pull-ups and she will wear em sometimes but soon she pees in them she takes em off lol its a stage and soon enough it will pass
Leann - posted on 01/24/2010
My daughter used to do that so I had to keep pants or shorts on her so she would leave it alone.
Jocelyn - posted on 01/24/2010
My sister in law use to duct tape her daughters diaper on lol. Not touching the skin or anything, just one strip around the top. Good luck!
Kristie - posted on 01/24/2010
if they have recently gone to the restroom, let them run around naked. they all go through that stage. if you want it on, well, you just have to keep putting it back on when they take it off. its just a stage, they will grow out of it.
Amanda - posted on 01/24/2010
definately pullups if she can fit in them...and not necessarily to potty train they work just like diapers the huggies brand even has velcro sides. But if shes too small for them you could always try puttin the diaper on backwards. My mom had to do that with my little brother. hope this helps
Lacey - posted on 01/24/2010
my lil girl started that to so we have asked her if she wanted to wear big girl panties and she said yes my lil girl is 19 months but the baby might just not want to wear diapers try using pull ups to just act like they r big kid under wear i hope this might help