Diapering a Toddler
My husband, Clinton and I definitely took the road less traveled when it comes to diapering. When Lucas was 3 weeks old, we began using an awesome cloth and disposable hybrid system, gDiapers. Ever since, I have been a proud and faithful gMum.
If you want to know more about getting started with gDiapers, you can head over to my aFIRSTmom Baby site and read what I have to say about this awesome product.
Let me tell you, diapering a toddler is NOT as easy as it sounds. While gDiapers do offer the rear-fasten velcro (thus, deterring little hands from opening the diaper), Lucas HAS indeed figured out how to take them off.
Add to your troubles a squirming, in dependent baby that just keeps yelling, "No, Momma! No Diaper!" and wants to run around naked all the time. Not so cool.
Want another wrench? Potty Training. To most families, those are curse words that are not muttered until absolutely necessary. I, on the other hand, could care less. I've potty trained nearly 50 kids while working in Child Care, so one Toddler is simply a breeze.
Here's how I survived...
Quick! Save the planet, and your wallet!
Yes, it is that simple with gDiapers, the most amazing product on the baby market.
Want cloth? Done.
Want disposable? Done.
Want to flush it? Compost it? And you want it to be adorable?
Boom. Done, done and done.
Thanks, gDiapers. You're the best.
For those of you who are thinking, "she has one baby, who's not even old enough to use the toilet! What does SHE know about potty-training?!" I assure you, I am an authority on toilet training.
Working in the two-year-old room in daycare could teach absolutely anyone how to potty train any kind of child. From the super-easy, to the "poop on the floor every time you take their diaper off" toddlers, I've been there, done that.