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Deleted... Ryloonjimama Australia 18851 posts
17th Dec '12

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user banned 4 kids; Mueang Phuket, Thailand 30487 posts
17th Dec '12

just dont put a diaper on him at all? or will he shit on the floor?



idk i see your concept, but id be afraid theyd get a diaper rash, i wouldnt let him go for more than like 10 mins or 15 mins.

Bananas For Babies Due June 20; 33 kids; South Carolina 865 posts
17th Dec '12

Not sure what Nappies are ... But if they are diapers he probably isn't that uncomfortable. He would probably be more uncomfortable in regular underwater. Just only put him in thoes. Kwim?

Belle De Jour 2 kids; Kentucky 18266 posts
17th Dec '12

If he is already going for days in his undies then just keep him in them. You will have a few messes to clean up but it will be a lot faster if you just keep him in undies.

Ryloonjimama Australia 18851 posts
17th Dec '12
Quoting ☮ Phuket:" just dont put a diaper on him at all? or will he shit on the floor? idk i see your concept, but id be afraid theyd get a diaper rash, i wouldnt let him go for more than like 10 mins or 15 mins."


Most days, I don't put one on him, I don't really care about poo on the floor cause I can clean it... but other days he demands to have one on. He's so weird.

Ryloonjimama Australia 18851 posts
17th Dec '12
Quoting Bananas For Babies:" Not sure what Nappies are ... But if they are diapers he probably isn't that uncomfortable. He would probably be more uncomfortable in regular underwater. Just only put him in thoes. Kwim?"


Yeah nappies are diapers. lol.

user banned 1 child; Illinois 3734 posts
17th Dec '12
Quoting Ryloonjimama:" My youngest is 3 and I have a hard time getting him to potty train. He wants to wear nappies, he hates ... [snip!] ... I know he is because sometimes he will go days in undies and go to the potty, it's just days like these that are crazy. :("


I can relate a lot to this. My daughter was the same way. Shes three now and still not potty trained. When I change her she wants to be standing up

Ryloonjimama Australia 18851 posts
17th Dec '12
Quoting Uncle Obama's Banana:" If he is already going for days in his undies then just keep him in them. You will have a few messes to clean up but it will be a lot faster if you just keep him in undies."


I know this is the easiest way but on these days, he's so defiant. I'll put undies on him just for him to strip himself down and chuck them away and grab a nappy. I would just stop buying the nappies but he does need them at night time..... or maybe I should just deal with the night time accidents as well and if we don't have them here, he can't chuck a tantrum over it?

Ryloonjimama Australia 18851 posts
17th Dec '12
Quoting baby mama bunny:" I can relate a lot to this. My daughter was the same way. Shes three now and still not potty trained. When I change her she wants to be standing up"


It's so frustrating, huh? Potty training has got to be one of the hardest things in our household.

user banned 1 child; Illinois 3734 posts
17th Dec '12
Quoting Ryloonjimama:" It's so frustrating, huh? Potty training has got to be one of the hardest things in our household."


my daughter also does not care if her diaper is dirty. Ive done what youre doing to but it never worked. So just change right away so that way he can see that when u go in your pants/diaper it has to go bye bye right away

Brantley+Savannah 2 kids; Mills River, NC, United States 3119 posts
17th Dec '12

just put him in undies, i woulget pull-ups instead of diapers. they are more like undies then diapers. and just keep the pull-ups/diapers out of his reach and let him throw a fit and just ignore him, eventually hell get that ur not gonna give into him.

Belle De Jour 2 kids; Kentucky 18266 posts
17th Dec '12
Quoting Ryloonjimama:" I know this is the easiest way but on these days, he's so defiant. I'll put undies on him just for ... [snip!] ... I should just deal with the night time accidents as well and if we don't have them here, he can't chuck a tantrum over it?"


What I did with that was put the diapers some where LO couldn't get them until nightime. And then as soon as she was able to hold it really well during the day and naptimes I just completely got rid of them 100% (they were still in the house though because of her younger sister.
LO was potty trained a few months after she was 2 but was still begging for them for about 2 months after.
And with his undies just make him put them back on. He's testing you. He wants to be in control (and don't take this as me being rude) but you are letting him.
Kids are defiant and will push you as far as they think they will be able to. Show him you mean business. With the way you are describing this situation I feel like if you take the right steps that you will be done with diapers really soon.

Belle De Jour 2 kids; Kentucky 18266 posts
17th Dec '12
Quoting *Mrs. Mallard*:" just put him in undies, i woulget pull-ups instead of diapers. they are more like undies then diapers. ... [snip!] ... out of his reach and let him throw a fit and just ignore him, eventually hell get that ur not gonna give into him."


For a lot of kids going into pullups doesn't change anything. They are still to much like a diaper and with the way he is acting I don't think it would help.

Brantley+Savannah 2 kids; Mills River, NC, United States 3119 posts
17th Dec '12
Quoting Uncle Obama's Banana:" For a lot of kids going into pullups doesn't change anything. They are still to much like a diaper and with the way he is acting I don't think it would help."


idk, i just know when i asked my mom why she decided to use pull-ups at night intead of just diapers she said because they are more like undies then diapers. hell they are prolly just more like undies in the sense that they pull up instead of strapping on (i was looking for the right words for that, i dont think i picked them good lol)

Belle De Jour 2 kids; Kentucky 18266 posts
17th Dec '12
Quoting *Mrs. Mallard*:" idk, i just know when i asked my mom why she decided to use pull-ups at night intead of just diapers ... [snip!] ... that they pull up instead of strapping on (i was looking for the right words for that, i dont think i picked them good lol)"


Yeah I understand. But personally I think they are a waist of money. :( Potty training sucks :lol: