Parenting hack for kids that remove their diapers
Disclaimer–we’re doing some potty talk here.
With 3 kids I’ve dealt with my share of poop. Obviously I’ve changed a large amount of diapers but I’ve also cleaned poop out of the bath, off the carpet, off the walls, off the crib, cleaned it from under fingernails, cleaned it off bedding…you name it, I’ve probably cleaned poop off it. Want to come over now?
The majority of this was due in part to a toddler that learned how to take his clothes off, and then his diaper off, during nap time. It was a great, unsupervised time to “play” in his crib. And by play I mean we’re talking the stuff was everywhere.
Turn their zip-up jammies around. Simple as that. Why didn’t I think of that?! It would take some serious coordination and flexibility for them to get their clothes off that way. Awkward to get them dressed? Yes. But let’s weigh the alternative option here folks.
Have a ton of footed jammies? Instead of running out and buying all new jammies just cut the feet off the bottom so you can turn the jammies around.
Sure we still have diapers and your occasional dirty bath, but as far as nap time goes, those are clean as can be now.
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