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    I don't remember any of mine getting upset as such during nappy change, just figity. Why does he need to be lying down to be changed? Once they are walking I find it's easier to change them standing up when going through the figity stage, time to transition to the nappy pants!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blessedwith3boys View Post
    I don't remember any of mine getting upset as such during nappy change, just figity. Why does he need to be lying down to be changed? Once they are walking I find it's easier to change them standing up when going through the figity stage, time to transition to the nappy pants!

    We would love to transition to nappy pants but hes not big enough. The minimum weight is 10kilos.

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    I tried nappy pants but found them not as absorbent as a nappy. I also found wiping difficult while standing. Just my experience.

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    The struggle is real haha
    My DS is 10 months and does this every nappy change without fail, it breaks my heart but I'd rather a clean bum then a nasty rash

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    Quote Originally Posted by TeamCarts View Post
    I tried nappy pants but found them not as absorbent as a nappy. I also found wiping difficult while standing. Just my experience.
    Yep. Wiping whilst standing is a nightmare. Plus getting a nappy on and pants is just way to hard when standing. Dd also was way too small for nappy pants so that was a no go. I found just sucking it up, laying her down and getting it done the best way.

    It does get easier- you change them less as they get older as they get bladder control and when you can communicate with them the actual tears and fighting stops- but dd still never wants her nappy changed and will try everything to avoid it!

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    My little girl went through this for a while around that age. She's generally fine with them now (at 21 months). Just power through would be my suggestion!

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    2 words: nappy pants! Since 8 months old. Aargh!

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    Cheapy little stickers were our nappy time saviours.
    One on each hand or up the arm etc kept mine occupied enough with the sticking & resticking etc for a quick nappy change.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RmumR View Post
    Cheapy little stickers were our nappy time saviours.
    One on each hand or up the arm etc kept mine occupied enough with the sticking & resticking etc for a quick nappy change.
    OMG great idea! My DS currently looovveeess stickers! Definitely using that idea, thanks x

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    Stickers worked sometimes for us too. I would ask my dd to stick them on parts of her body (eg nose, hand, elbow...) or on me. For us it hasn't got much better- I'm looking at toilet training soon but she's really not interested so I'm not looking forward to it!


 

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