We Have a Stripper

iVillage Member
Registered: 04-23-2007
We Have a Stripper
12
Tue, 03-17-2009 - 5:01pm

Hey Ladies,


Well, I tell ya...Ro is hoping this isn't telling of what's in store for us later.


I know it is a phase, but we are grappling with what to do. Lily takes off her clothes any chance she gets. I step into the kitchen for one moment, and she runs to a corner and strips. I have tried time outs, ignoring, praising good behavior. Now, she is taking off her diaper and this morning when I went in to get her she started whining and pointing at her wet sheet as she stood there naked.


We tried cutting out the feet of her jammies and putting them on backward. She screamed for 45 minutes and we thought, well, they weren't meant to be worn that way so we went in and changed her. I know, we should have let her scream. But she never screams at bedtime, so it was more than CIO. We learned today that they make jammies http://littlekeepersleeper.com/store/Default.asp

Photobucket

Pages

iVillage Member
Registered: 04-07-2003
Tue, 03-17-2009 - 5:23pm

hi-
kaia did this, and we put duct tape on her diaper, she was able to get the masking tape off too easily.

we did cut the legs of the childrens place pj's and put them on backwards, it worked for her, we usually put her in 1 size larger than she would normally be in since the neck was too tight turned around in her regular size.

good luck with this, and that website is amazing, it may be worth buying 2 of them, and just rotating them.

alison

kaiamarin
Photobucket
iVillage Member
Registered: 06-18-2004
Tue, 03-17-2009 - 5:24pm

My solution - duct tape on the diapers. (sorry masking tape isn't strong enough!)


We let our kids take off their clothes and put clothes on them when we going out. Luckily, my kids where only strippers at home. I think I would end up putting pjs back on after my babies were asleep.

Photobucket


Photobucket


iVillage Member
Registered: 01-27-2005
Wed, 03-18-2009 - 10:32am

Mandy,


I saw your post yesterday but didn't have time to answer because I had two stripped-down kids running around - LOL!

Photobucket

Avatar for ajhansen6692
iVillage Member
Registered: 02-23-2005
Wed, 03-18-2009 - 10:59am
Lulu does the same thing, then laughs. She doesnt take off the diaper *thats a relief*. I just redress her or wake up and make sure that she is covered up. She loves to be naked too. I have no advice but just wanted to say your not alone.
;)
target="_blank">siggy









baby


Lilypie 3rd Birthday Ticker



Lilypie 1st Birthday Ticker
target="_blank">siggy
iVillage Member
Registered: 11-29-2005
Wed, 03-18-2009 - 3:49pm
I ditto Caren. I never had a stripper, but my sister did. They ignored it, cause jeez what else can you *really* do? One time my sister caught her stripper daughter sitting naked on the neighbor's fake deer. Front yard, of course. nice.


magnet


preview photopreview image


preview photopreview image


ppaivfboardblinky.gif picture by PGAIVF

iVillage Member
Registered: 07-15-2004
Wed, 03-18-2009 - 4:26pm

I got nothing but {{{hugs}}} for you. Hopefully she'll outgrow it quickly.


I just got to say- there is NO way that those kids modeling the pjs actually wear them. They look to be potty trained no? At this point, I can't really do zipper sleepers with Emily bc it's too d*mn hard to get the zipper down and her legs squeezed out so she can pee! Maybe I need to move on to 3T pjs...hahah.


They do look cool though!


Powered by CGISpy.com


Powered by CGISpy.com  
iVillage Member
Registered: 04-27-2005
Wed, 03-18-2009 - 9:07pm
My two hold the records for fastest and most creative strippers in Texas!

amymar4.jpg picture by LadyCaribou

iVillage Member
Registered: 11-29-2005
Wed, 03-18-2009 - 10:15pm
"Poocasso" made me seriously snort laughing!


magnet


preview photopreview image


preview photopreview image


ppaivfboardblinky.gif picture by PGAIVF

iVillage Member
Registered: 10-21-2006
Thu, 03-19-2009 - 9:56am

Did you try pull ups? Audrey can get a diaper off but cant pull those down. Also try the shirt and pants type pj's with the pull ups, then she would at least have a shirt on w/ the pull up.

Audrey can do the zipper but cant get a shirt over her head. She cant pull pants off either, maybe she is just on the short bus but I find that she really has a hard time getting the pull ups off so why not try those???
;-)


Kristen-Win09.jpg picture by MarieM414


Lilypie Kids birthday Ticker


iVillage Member
Registered: 12-16-2007
Thu, 03-19-2009 - 2:14pm

Sadly, I have a LOT of experience with this. Firstly, get duct tape...we call it a 'special belt' around here. It comes in many colors, you can use it to teach your children colors..."do you want the green or the blue special belt?"


At night time and nap time, we go all the way around the child's waist. It usually does the trick, but there have been days where all that is left is a ring of duct tape around the child's waist after naptime. We usually tear the tape in half lenghtwise, it is less likely to get stuck to the skin that way and seems to stick a bit better.


Pick your clothes wisely...some things are easier to remove than others. Onezies are usually good.

Photobucket

Pages