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Old 07-19-2007, 06:30 AM   #11
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FWIW, My son acts like that regardless of who is changing his diaper, and it doesnt matter what type it is... Though he squirms more for fitteds & bulky nighttime diapers. But yeah.. doesnt matter if its a sposie or not
Yeah that was my kid too. From birth.

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Old 07-19-2007, 11:19 AM   #12
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Re: It's not like I'm killing her! Help!

I just posted the same question the other day about my almost 18 mo DS. I feel your pain, sister.
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Old 07-19-2007, 11:23 AM   #13
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I think it's something about "mom". Kids just like to push their parents. My DD does the same thing with me, but my mom can change her and she has no problem with it.
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My son was like that for a long time (and still is occasionally). He threw a fit for me, but was fine for MIL, and was so-so for DH. There was no difference in what we used or how we did it; he just didn't like me apparently.

I think it's quite the opposite, actually! Matilda screams and cries when I'm changing her because she just wants me to hold her. Once I pick her up, she's all sunshine and roses.
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Old 07-19-2007, 11:34 AM   #15
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Mikey is the same way for me no matter what I put on him...he HATES to gt his dipe changed. Now he might *not* enjoy it at grandmas but he is sooo much better for her. Im convinced babies act differently for their moms then they do for other people
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my dd is the same sept the nanny part im the only one who changes her dipes. i try the toy thing it works sometimes.
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I tried the toy thing last night - It helped. I'm keeping that toy next to the changing table, so she only gets to play w/ it when I'm changing her. *sigh*
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Old 07-19-2007, 12:36 PM   #18
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Yeah my son kicks and yells the whole time that I'm changing him.....and this is with any diaper at any time. He just hates laying still. I try toys and other things...but they don't work. One time I was desperate and let him hold my cell phone with the key lock on....and he called 911 with it somehow. Yeah talk about an interesting conversation with the police officer that called back.

Anyways, the only thing that slightly helps is giving him something that he usually doesn't get....like a tiny piece of a treat or even one of my DH's XBOX 360 controllers.
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Yes, been getting worse for us lately - ds is now 15 mths old and man, he is 30 lbs and STRONG so it takes ALOT of physical power to keep him from trying to get off the table, stand on the table etc!!!! And the screaming is bad - even if he gets a toy! I am sure they wil grow out of it - here's hoping!
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My DS also acts up when I put cloth on him. I think its because it takes a bit longer to get the cloth on him.
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