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#1 of 5 Old 01-13-2013, 05:28 PM - Thread Starter
 
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when my son is put down for a nap or bed at night he takes off all his clothes and diaper I have tryed safetypinning the zipper on his pjs and putting pins in his diapers he just takes them out hes to smart and no matter what i do he takes his clothes and diaper off and its not just because his diapers are dirty because 9 times out of 10 i just put a clean one on him and he takes it off or he fights me to put one on he 21 months and im going to be starting potty training with him this week to see if this helps but in the mean time does anyone have any advice to get him to keep his clothes on PLEASE HELP

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Have you ever tried a sleep sack? My 22 month old sleeps in one so she can't her clothes off. My sister just puts a onsie on over her dd's pajamas and for some reason she can't get them off then.
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I should have also posted its not just a bed time its also anytime he gets a moment alone he takes his clothes off he just dont want to keep them on at all

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I cannot suggest any advice other than start potty training him. Otherwise, perhaps the material in the clothing is bothering him? Is it cotton? Polyester? Blended? My son gets light rashes over his legs if he's wearing polyester. So I try to stick with 100% cotton only unless it's chilly in the house and he needs the fleece PJs.

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Could be a sensory thing.  Some kids don't like the feel of some fabrics, or just clothes in general. 
 

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