Taking off pajamas and diaper at night...

Melissa - posted on 06/08/2009 ( 2 moms have responded )




Does anyone else's 2 year old get completely naked at night (and/or naptime), then wet the bed? My daughter has been doing this for a month or so. To fight the problem during naptime, I go back in after she's been in her crib for about 10 minutes so I can re-dress her. She usually doesn't get naked again. And at night, I've been putting her in footie pajamas and securing the zipper with a safety pin. That worked for awhile. But last night around 11:30, she started crying. I went to check on her and sure enough she had gotten her pajamas off and had wet the bed. Does anyone have any advice?


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Emily - posted on 06/11/2009




I had the same problem with my daughter. For several months. She has just stopped at about 23 months. She would get out of her clothes all of the time too. If she had a sleeper she would get out of the neck, never did figure out how, without even unzipping it. Putting her in a onsie worked for a while since she couldn't undo the snaps, but she just started taking off her diaper without even unsnapping it. I thought I'd pull my hair out. I would go in her room after putting her to bed for the night and feel like crying seeing the poope everywhere. I finally decided to start potty training her. She was doing that really well but then decided to quit. However, she seems to prefer the easy ups (pampers training pants). She doesn't take them off at all. So I think maybe the diapers were bothering her. She still takes her clothes off, but at least I'm not changing her bedding 3-4 times a day anymore. Hope that helps. :)

Deborah - posted on 06/11/2009




Yes as much and as often as he can! He's only wet the bed once because he took off his diaper - that night daddy had put him to sleep without pants, now we always put pajama pants or shorts on so it's not so easy to get naked. But during the day he's often trying to get his pants off and then his diaper - usually becasue he thinks he needs to be changed so we change him, somtimes for real and sometimes for pretend and that helps keep him clothed.

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