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    Ah yes! We have had more than a few problems from little boys removing their poopy diapers and leaving their bottom smears all over things, and yes, fits from having to wash the soiled bedding. One of my friends with twins said it became such a problem for them that she had to put a certain tight swimsuit on them every day under their clothes for about a year until they figured out how to get that off, and then she potty trained. lol. What a pain for diaper changes! But I have heard you can put their zip up jammies on backwards, but they would have to be the footless kind. Shopko carried a brand that has converta-foot, but I don't know how little of a size those start at. Thankfully the boys don't usually take off their clothes, just remove their diapers if they are not wearing pants, so I have learned-pants at all times. lol
    Rachel, momma to 4
    dd 9, ds 7, twin boys Dec 09
    I nursed my twins for 2years and 2 weeks! A little sad to be all done now.

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    Thankfully, the girls are not removing their sleepers. So, at home, they are our naptime and nighttime clothes. I sent some old, slightly too small sleepers to daycare for Sarafina because she is the worst. They are not using them and said that she has taken her clothes off almost everyday. I guess that is their mess to clean up. I gave them something to help out. I am not going to be responsible for any messes. Although, if she comes home with poopy clothes that I have to wash, then they will hear about it!
    Melanie
    DS-Isaiah 1/2/04
    DDs- Keira and Sarafina 11/28/09


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    Funny that the sleepers are working, you would think putting on a sleeper at daycare would be a whole lot less work then cleaning up the mess from her stripping, but oh well. lol
    Rachel, momma to 4
    dd 9, ds 7, twin boys Dec 09
    I nursed my twins for 2years and 2 weeks! A little sad to be all done now.

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    Sarafina figured out how to take off her sleeper. However, we have talked with her about it a few times. I am not really sure how that could work since you cannot really reason with a toddler. However, she has only taken the sleeper off once since I told her to leave it on and she would not get cold. She got cold the one time she took it off.

    The good thing is that she has been waking up dry. The bad thing is that it means it is time to start hitting potty training as long as she is willing. So, trips to the potty in the morning, after nap, and at night are becoming more standard. It seriously is taking up a lot of time. Today, we ran out the door because both girls insisted on sitting on the potty and they sat there forever. Neither of them went either. Oh well, it is a start and I don't push potty stuff, so we shall see where it goes.


    Oh, and I have plenty of swimsuits, so if it comes to that, I am prepared!!!
    Melanie
    DS-Isaiah 1/2/04
    DDs- Keira and Sarafina 11/28/09


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