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toddler taking diaper off XAYMI *BASM & SSM* 2 kids; Kentucky 7139 posts
12th Oct '09

How can i tell my toddler to not take off his pants and diaper off... I had try to say no but he still does it... he takes his pants and diaper and pees on the floor or on his bed. this passed week he took his diaper off and stick his p***s outside the crib rail and peed outside his crib to the floor.. i was right in front of him about to put his diaper back on... i thought it was funny but it's getting out of hand...Ishouldn'thave to do that much laundry each day. also is it too earlyy to start thinking about potty training? he is only almost 16 months

✩BG Addict +2 2 kids; Ohio 24298 posts
12th Oct '09

i would try potty training for some kids taking their diaper off is a sign they're ready.
but if all else fails you can always duck tape the diaper on lol

taking a look at life Palm beach gardens, FL, United States 49101 posts
12th Oct '09
Quoting XAYMI* PCOS Mommy*:
XAYMI *BASM & SSM* 2 kids; Kentucky 7139 posts
12th Oct '09
Quoting ☮BG Addict ☮:
XAYMI *BASM & SSM* 2 kids; Kentucky 7139 posts
12th Oct '09
Quoting Due dec 16th 2009:
Ryloonjimama Australia 18851 posts
12th Oct '09

Be thankful he's not peeing/pooping in the cot when he takes it off! I used to have to put a sleeping bag on Ryan backwards so he couldn't get anything off.

It's never too early to introduce them to potty training, IMO. Just be prepared for it to take a while. Every kid is different and I've been told boys take longer and are harder to train.

Ryan has hated having a nappy on since he was like 10 months old and always took it off, he's 22 months and still not making the connection between peeing/pooping and the toilet. It's frustrating as hell when he doesn't want the nappy either.

sandra90 Due June 20 (boy); 3 kids; Minnesota 197 posts
12th Oct '09

keep overalls on him in the day time and at night put his bed clothes on backwards. it worked with for me with my kids

Ryloonjimama Australia 18851 posts
12th Oct '09

I tried putting his nappy on backwards and taping it and he always wiggled out of it. Then when we changed back to cloths he was able to unsnap them aswell.

The only reason he doesn't take his nappy off now is cause he's too busy playing and he's in a big boy bed so he's not sitting idle in his cot. Bedtime and morning were the worst for him taking off his nappy.

XAYMI *BASM & SSM* 2 kids; Kentucky 7139 posts
12th Oct '09
Quoting Sarz ♥ Ryan & Benji:
XAYMI *BASM & SSM* 2 kids; Kentucky 7139 posts
12th Oct '09
Quoting sandra90:
XAYMI *BASM & SSM* 2 kids; Kentucky 7139 posts
12th Oct '09
Quoting Sarz ♥ Ryan & Benji:
sandra90 Due June 20 (boy); 3 kids; Minnesota 197 posts
12th Oct '09
Quoting XAYMI* PCOS Mommy*:
XAYMI *BASM & SSM* 2 kids; Kentucky 7139 posts
12th Oct '09
Quoting sandra90:
Lindie (blissed out) 2 kids; Australia 12462 posts
12th Oct '09

Nappy is the Australian word for diaper.



I was potty trained at 11 months... So never too early!!

XAYMI *BASM & SSM* 2 kids; Kentucky 7139 posts
12th Oct '09
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