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|Mon, 02-11-2013 - 4:11pm|
This isn't really a diaper issue entirely. It's partially a potty training related issue. I posted over on the potty learning board also, but thought I would check here if any of the more experienced folks here had suggestions.
DS is 26 months old. He uses the potty sporadically. His daycare teacher called me today because they have been finding his poop on the floor a couple of times a week and thought it was becasue our diapers are old and the elastic is worn out (Swaddlebees simplex 2.0 mostly). Today one of the teachers saw DS reach into his diaper and pull out the poop and then drop it on the floor. I have also seen him do this at home, once. He does it because he is uncomfortable with the poop just sitting there but he doesn't ask to be changed because he really hates having to lie down to get changed (at home and school, we do standing changes if there is no poop generally).
Any suggestions to deal with the poop handling? I can't make him decide to use the potty or tolerate the diaper change. But , we can replace some of our old, saggy diapers with ones that have tight elastic and a snug fit so maybe he won't be able to reach in and make a mess. Does anyone have suggestions for a snug fitting toddler diaper that will stand up to a heavy wetter?
Thanks in advance for any suggestions.