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    Default Taking his nappy off

    Ds is 15 months old

    Hes figured out how to take his nappy off. Its getting hot here so some days soon he'll just be in a nappy & maybe a singlet.

    Hes in disposables cause mcns don't work for us anymore

    Any tips for this?

    Ive heard taking their nappy off can mean they are ready to toilet train, but isnt he too young? He doesn't have many words yet either so that might make toilet training hard

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    Put the nappy on backwards.

    Use pull ups.

    Put him in light shorts.

    My DS used to take off his nappy long before he was ready for toilet training.

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    I've heard of people putting them on backwards. Worth a try?

    I'm lucky my 21 month old ds has figured that out yet...but he has learnt to stick his hand in there so it won't be long.

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    Both my boys went through a stage of doing this and it was well before they were ready to be toilet trained!

    Pull ups are good, or just make sure you put a pair of shorts or nappy cover on over his nappy.

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    Bottom clipping singlet topped onesie. My toddler can't resist unfastening her nappy if it is uncovered either.

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    Short sleeved/singlet sleeved onsie (with no legs) if that makes sense?

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    I agree with a singlet that clips under the crotch. My DD used to undress herself in her bed & wee everywhere, so I resorted to wrapping masking tape around her nappy so she couldn't take it off for a while

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    I used masking tape to secure disposable nappies on my kids when they hit that stage.

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    My DD has a habit of taking her nappy off when she's supposed to be in bed sleeping too (we use MCNs & she's figured out every type of snap there is ), I just pop a pair of training pants ($4 from best and less) over the top for her nappy if it's too hot for proper pants.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cardi View Post
    Bottom clipping singlet topped onesie. My toddler can't resist unfastening her nappy if it is uncovered either.
    Quote Originally Posted by cheeeeesecake View Post
    I agree with a singlet that clips under the crotch. My DD used to undress herself in her bed & wee everywhere, so I resorted to wrapping masking tape around her nappy so she couldn't take it off for a while
    This is what I meant!


 

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