Adventures in Parenting: Rainy days and paper diapers

Filed under: Preschoolers, Development/Milestones: Babies

Another rainy day, another day of desperate attempts to keep Nolan from bouncing off the walls. First it was the family shopping trip to the grocery store, which went surprisingly well. Then it was making a paper mache hot air balloon. While we left the goop-covered balloon to dry, Nolan started make paper snowflakes in the kitchen. I came back a few minutes later and he showed me his new creation: a diaper for his favorite stuffed animal, Froggie. Somehow he managed to tear and cut a piece of orange paper into a diaper shape and found tape to get it on Froggie. He thought it was pretty cool so he asked me to take a picture of it, and I couldn't resist posting it!
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Start by teaching him that it is safe to do so.
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