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Toddler removing nappy

(11 Posts)
sazzerbear Wed 08-Jul-09 15:59:07

2 yo ds has started taking off nappy in morning and also this afternoon in his cot, weeing all over the cot shock. Is this just a phase or a definite sign that potty training is imminent? TIA grin

sazzerbear Wed 08-Jul-09 16:03:05

Forgot to metnion, has not shown any interest in potty training previously!

sazzerbear Wed 08-Jul-09 17:07:08

bump

nikki1978 Wed 08-Jul-09 17:09:15

Can't help but have the same problem so feel your pain. Mine does it at night. His mattress stinks so I need to buy a new one.

Hopefully someone can help us!

kathyis6incheshigh Wed 08-Jul-09 17:09:30

My ds has started doing this sometimes - and once did a poo in his cot hmm
He's 2.6, and probably if we wanted to start potty training him we could but at that age it would most likely be a slow process.
He keeps pull-ups on though as he associates them with Big Boys.

sazzerbear Wed 08-Jul-09 17:33:19

he whipped off his pooey nappy this morning in the cot, luckily he didn't decide to wipe it everywhere! grin

Picante Wed 08-Jul-09 17:34:14

Pull-ups are definitely harder for them to take off.

sazzerbear Wed 08-Jul-09 17:35:34

Pull-ups are the way to go I think, thanks guys!

sazzerbear Wed 08-Jul-09 19:30:19

anyone else?

MrsGokWan Wed 08-Jul-09 21:19:18

Put the nappy on backwards grin or put a poppered body on. We have used both tricks with my three.

IwishIwasmoreorganised Wed 08-Jul-09 21:21:56

sellotape the nappy on - was the only solution for my ds1

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