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Old 05-06-2011, 10:40 PM   #1
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Pull-Up type diapers?

So my 19 month old is the king of diaper tantrums!! He has cried almost every time his diaper has been changed since the day he was born to begin with, but now the tantrums and fights lead to all out wrestling matches.... and with my 8 month preggo belly in the way, he usually wins!!

So I bought Pampers pull ups on a whim, thinking it had been easier to change him standing up at times, so just maybe these might work.... and they do. He loves them, he steps right in and helps me pull them up.
(As oppose to running, hiding in the corner, me dragging him out, and wrestling him down...) So we are definitely onto something here....

So today I presnapped a KatyDid pocket and had him step in. It worked, he put the diaper on just great!!! So here's the question, are there any other diapers that are more like pull-ups than regular diapers? We are still needing diapers, not necessarily just trainers... although we practice alot on the potty, but no where close to potty training.

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side snapping fitteds are easy to pull up/down.
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Mother-Ease Sandy's.

We used the toddle-ease ones as pull-ups for Potty training. Also Antsy Pants.
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Mother-Ease Sandy's.

We used the toddle-ease ones as pull-ups for Potty training. Also Antsy Pants.
:hijack: do you like those. i really want to try the MEOS
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Re: Pull-Up type diapers?

But these need a cover, right? We don't necessarily need the size of the toddler-ease either, the regulars would fit just fine.... But one step is all I get!!


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Mother-Ease Sandy's.

We used the toddle-ease ones as pull-ups for Potty training. Also Antsy Pants.

The antsy pants are interesting looking though!
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But these need a cover, right? We don't necessarily need the size of the toddler-ease either, the regulars would fit just fine.... But one step is all I get!!

The antsy pants are interesting looking though!
They also make am AIO that side snaps. Get the large!
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Old 05-07-2011, 07:32 AM   #8
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I just bought som Bum Wear pull ups for my DH who is PL. they work great, but I think they tend to be a little puffy. They are pocket type covers so I could just continue using the same inserts. They do come in some cute prints. Here's a link with a pic.

http://nickisdiapers.com/catalog.php?category=327
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The Motherease AIO's (the original AIO's, not the Wizard line) are side-snapping and pull up and down easily. They're pretty absorbent too.
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Re: Pull-Up type diapers?

I agree with ME Sandy's. They do require a cover, but you could do something like a Loveybums pull up wool cover. I have been using that combo a lot lately and it is great.
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