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    Change him on a towel in the bathroom so if it gets messy it's easy to clean.

    Give him food to distract him.

    Try it in front of the tv.

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    Have you tried the nappy pants during the day? Once my DS could stand he refused to lie down still for changes. Nappy pants were a lifesaver as he would happily stand up to be changed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CMF View Post
    No. After he's clean.
    I didn't even get to the point of cleaning him last nappy change before he'd escaped.

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    I change mine in front of the tv. kinda distracts them.

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    I might have to try tv. We don't normally do screens for ds but nothing else is working.

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    Quote Originally Posted by heartstringz View Post
    I can't be much quicker. It takes longer cause hes lying on his tummy or arching his back etc. I have everything ready before I start. Im ready to just not bother with nappies anymore. Last nappy change he crawled around the room half naked while i cried. Hes impossible & horrible & i cant do this anymore
    Does your change table have a strap/seat belt type thing? If not maybe you can try to get one for it?

    My son went through a stage of not letting us change him. We would just give him our phones and try to be super quick before he lost interest or threw it. Nappy pants/pull ups make it easier once they can stand up and as others have said, chuck him in the shower if it's really bad.

    Having said all of that, the last sentence you wrote above makes me think there is a deeper issue here than difficult nappy changes and I'm wondering if you are having trouble coping in general?

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    Embrace the screen. Your sanity is worth it.

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    No our change table doesnt have a belt, i didnt know they existed. Thanks for that ill definitely try & get one of those!!!

    Yeh im struggling with other things too, mostly discipline. I dont know where to turn for help with that. Ive spent the whole day today being bitten & then laughed at when i tell him off.

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    Would nappy pants be easier? Have you tried distracting him verbally eg songs that he can sing along to or just listen too?

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    Im going to try nappy pants & the tv & look for straps for the change table

    Im looking for a ppp course. I dont see the child health nurses every time I have ive left in tears so i just dont bother any more.


 

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