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    Default Need something to keep my daughters nappy on.

    Hi all, I need something to put on top of my daughters nappy, she keeps taking it off.

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    Pair of knickers over the top stops them getting to the tabs as easily.

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    I always put my kids in a sleeveless bodysuit (like a singlet but with pressstuds at the crotch). I had my son in them until he toilet trained at 2 yrs. You might only need to put them on her for a few weeks until the novelty of nappy play is forgotten about. X

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    I used to put it on backwards
    My neighbour used to use duck tape

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    Duct tape

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    Pair of knickers sound good, I thought there were special little knickers type. Duct tape she would pull off.

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    How old is she? Maybe she is ready to toilet train. I started tt when dd1 took interest in taking her nappy off

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    I changed my son to nappy pants when he starting doing this stopped the problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Soon2be4 View Post
    How old is she? Maybe she is ready to toilet train. I started tt when dd1 took interest in taking her nappy off
    She's 22 months old. Def not ready. She's just being a brat because she knows it annoys me

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    DD1 is toilet trained except for sleeps now, but after a few 'poo painting' incidents while she was supposed to be sleeping in the past week, she's now being put to bed in a bonds zippy romper, put on backwards. She's a proper Houdini.

    She started taking her nappy off when she was one, and singletsuits or shorts/undies over the top worked until TT (when she learned how to pull her pants down).


 

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