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your toddler has mastered taking off diapers that close with velcro or snaps? Genevieve can get the snaps undone on her FB. During nap time yesterday she unvelcro'd her cover that was over an SOS...fitteds NEED covers. Obviously she doesn't care as she soaked the bed. I'm really dreading the day she poops and decides to take off her diaper, she all ready has been sticking her hand in the back of her diaper (fortunately she's only done this when there's been no poo).<br><br>
Besides duct tape :LOL is my only option to keep pants/shorts on her at all times? I don't now if that will work either as she loves to take her clothes off.
 

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Oh no Kaylee! YIKES!<br>
How about side-snap covers? Can she work those? I have a couple I can loan you if you want, to see if she can work those!
 

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Nevermind you can't pin fuzzibunz what was I thinking <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="http://www.mothering.com/discussions/images/smilies/headscratch.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title="headscratch">
 

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pull on wool soaker with a drawstring that you can double knot into a bow so she can't undo it. That's what I do with my pulll-on wool since the buggle likes to pull on strings untilt hey are undone.
 

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How about side-snap covers? Can she work those? I have a couple I can loan you if you want, to see if she can work those!</div>
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I have one ME side snap...not sure if she can work that or not. I need to test her in it, maybe this afternoon I'll do that.<br><br>
Yea, and she is so far away from being potty trained. I've noticed the last couple of weeks, she's really been wanting to get of things...the 5 point harness high chair, her clothes, her diapers...I guess she's raging against against normal society...what a little protestor.
 

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Use the duct tape and call it a day. <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="http://www.mothering.com/discussions/images/smilies/biglaugh.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title="laugh">:
 

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I'm agreeing with Kathleen on this one . . .<br><br>
go to the hardware store and get some duct tape.<br><br>
(I feel your pain. My son can take off any diaper combo I try).
 

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Dang it! She did it again! She took off her cover over her fitted during nap time. YUCK! And, this time there was a poop! Luckily she didn't get the snaps done off the fitted.<br><br>
The only soaker that she has is too big for her and is going on the TP, hopefully this week. I'm going to use the ME airflow cover during tomorrow's nap. I will also try turning the fb's backwards.<br><br>
Today is the first day that I really desprately wished she'd potty train.
 
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