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What is your opinion on babies being in nothing but a diaper?
I think it depends on where they are at, the temperature and surfaces. My ckildren in the summer at home lived in diapers alone. They turned out fine.
I'm all for it in good weather, or while inside the home. Why make more dirty clothes if you don't have to, right?
They enjoy the freedom & it helps them experience their environment better.
They are less restricted and can really get a feel for what's around them.
All of my kids loved running around (or crawling around) in diapers.
They all turned out to be fantastic kids!
I live in a tropical country and it gets hot during summer. I don't mind having my baby in diapers alone as long as everything is clean and dust-free. We make it a point to clean everything first.
I left all my babies in diapers while at home during the summer. My six month old almost needs to be in a diaper because he slobbers and spits up constantly, so his clothes get dirty almost instantly. If the diaper is clean and the baby isn't crawling around somewhere nasty I don't have a problem with it. However, I do have some neighbors who let their 3 year old twins run around in the street wearing nothing but saggy, full diapers and covered with dirt and food. I have a problem with that.
Here in Australia on hot days my toddler often wears nothing but a diaper. She wants to sleep in only a diaper (We call them nappies) on warm nights. Outside at home when it's shady I'll let her go nappy-free. But if we are going out I will dress her in something very light like a dress or singlet, as I wouldn't like her out in public without clothes and her skin is quite fair and she could easily get sunburned, so I need to cover her up when we're out in the sun. My daughter is 2 and a half and currently in 'pull up' style training pants (Nappy Pants).
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