25 months takes nappy off at night

(7 Posts)
weakestlink Tue 26-Mar-13 20:12:28

Chocolate button was a failure but will persevere!

Will investigate duct tape!!!

specialsubject Mon 25-Mar-13 20:55:51

I heard duct tape is good - the nappy to itself I add, not to the baby. :-) Then the onesie on top.

ChunkyPickle Mon 25-Mar-13 17:08:25

Oh the extra tip I heard was all in ones, backwards (they'd have to be footless) so they can't undo the zip.

ChunkyPickle Mon 25-Mar-13 17:07:58

All in ones to sleep in?

If he's that sure about no nappy, is he communicative enough that you could explain that that means he needs to use the potty?

weakestlink Mon 25-Mar-13 16:53:52

Will try chocolate button - thank you!
He is still in a cot so no use putting potty in his room for now...

lljkk Netherlands Sun 24-Mar-13 12:43:48

Offer a chocolate button in morning if he keeps it on all night?
Ask him if he'd like and use a potty in the room?

weakestlink Sat 23-Mar-13 22:12:46

25 month old DS2 has started to take his nappy off in bed. He does it 2-3 times a night and I am getting fed up of putting it back on. He usually wets the bed when its off... He even puts his PJs back on after removing nappy and flings nappy out of cot!

I don't think he's really ready for potty training but I could be wrong. DS1 didn't train until quite late - 3.5 and still not dry at night...

Has anyone else had the night time thing? He always tells me "no nappy" even though I have explained to him about the wet bed etc. If he wets after I've checked him (midnight ish) then he doesn't wake until morning despite being soaked! It doesn't seem to bother him! When I try to remove the wet PJs he battles with me not to! :s

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