I still believe changing to pull-ups was a good idea.
They are most definitely a time savor and more comfortable for the girls since they are now crawling.
Putting them on while Alexis wiggles around and tries to crawl away is a piece of cake!
I also don’t have to worry that the sides are pinching them.
With all of these positives I think I will continue using them despite my current pull-up dilemma.
Maybe this has only happened to me but it is most certainly a flaw in my quick and easy way to change the girls.
Here is what happened.
As I went to remove the pull-up I saw it was dirty.
I looked at the diaper and tried to figure out the best way to remove it.
Do I just pull it down and hope that it says in the diaper?
Do I pull it down, push the diaper together, and then pull it off?
What do I do?
In my defense, I have never used a pull-up before. I was in new mommy territory.
Anyway, I finally decided to just go for it. I pulled it down and there it went.
I watched in horror as it flew out of the diaper and landed on my white carpet!
I closed my eyes in hopes that this was just a dream. When I finally got the courage to open my eyes there it was, sitting on my living room floor, mocking me.
Who doesn’t know how to use a pull-up?
I cleaned Brielle, put a new pull-up on her, and then examined it.
There must be a way to remove the sides when you have a number two situation.
I look all over but couldn’t find tags on the sides of the diaper. There is no other way of removing this pull-up.
Unless I just rip the sides. They are certainly flimsy enough.
I guess that is what I will have to do unless someone has a better suggestion.
I certainly don’t want another flying poop situation on my hands.