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    toddler wetting in crib
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    annabhig posted:
    2 year old girl undresses & takes diaper off when going down for a nap or bedtime. She then wets the crib. I'm a grandmother who would like to know how to encourage & support daughter to how she deal with this behavior. Any advice would be appreciated. Is the common? Thank you.
     
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    lenono97 responded:
    Can you dress her in something she can not take off? The only thing I can think of would be a onesie she would not be able to un-snap. Maybe that would deter her. Good luck.
     
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    annabhig replied to lenono97's response:
    Hi - my daughter has tried everything and some of the suggestions that you gave too. Besides diaper, onesie, pajamas on backwards w/zippers & snaps, she still manages to get off everything. I'm calling her Hannah Houdini! Thanks for your reply. Hopefully she will outgrow this stage?!


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