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Old 02-05-2014, 02:09 PM   #1
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Twins peeing in crib. Please help!!

My twins are two. Both now take their diapers off at nap time. Pee in their cribs. I've tried backward sleepers and they fight me so bad putting them on. My daughter is kinda ready to start potty training but my son is not.
I need advice bad. I'm at a loss and so frustrated.

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The outfit that works for my 2 year old is diaper, underwear, onesie, shorts, then overalls on top. It takes that many layers to keep him from getting to his diaper, but he can't quite get all those off together.
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Old 02-05-2014, 02:44 PM   #3
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lol dd wear houdini jammies
https://www.etsy.com/listing/1734053...home_active_19
there's no escaping lol. everything else she gets out of, including lots of layers(plus shes always hot) she has the shorts version too for when the weather/house is warmer.
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Love those pjs. With twins it will be too expensive. I'm trying duct tape tonight. I'm hoping it works.
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Love those pjs. With twins it will be too expensive. I'm trying duct tape tonight. I'm hoping it works.
My mom used duct tape to keep me in my diapers she saidit worked
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Fitteds with snaps under a fleece soaker. Way hard to take off IMO
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Re: Twins peeing in crib. Please help!!

http://www.littlekeepersleeper.com/store/Default.asp

Or you can use a diaper pin on the real sleepers, and pin the zipper to the top of the jammies. Carters used to sell the sleepers with a little cover over the zipper.

Cut the feet off a sleeper, (one size too big) and turn them around.
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I cut the feet off of sleeper pjs and turned them around and duct tape with diaper backwards. They finally gave up after a month or so.
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Honestly, I wouldn't force them to go on themselves. Get them to potty before nap time. Two is plenty old enough. I would take off my diaper and pee in my crib too in that situation.
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Honestly, I wouldn't force them to go on themselves. Get them to potty before nap time. Two is plenty old enough. I would take off my diaper and pee in my crib too in that situation.
I always laugh and cringe when people say this. Cause just because You think they are old enough doesnt mean they are. It was advise like this that cause me all kinds of problems with my oldest and the potty. It took 1.5 years to get him over it and to actually use the potty. Forcing a kid to use the potty only backfires majorly.

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