Call it what you want, but has anyone had issues with their twins playing with it? I'm going through this phase that really stinks (literally) where we're to the point that we've cut off the feet to their footed pj's so we can put them on backwards so that they can't take their clothes off and smear poop in their cribs (and areas surrounding). And now my youngest has taught her sister that their arms can be pulled back into the sleeve and they can un-strap diapers that way. I've tried duct tape - doesn't work for me. Maybe pull-ups under bkwrds pj's? But those are pricey.

I get that they're probably ready for potty training, but I'm not!

HELP!

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Thankfully no, but I do have friends with twins who have had more than their fair share of this problem. Unfortunately I'm not sure what else to suggest to you as everyone I know who's had this problem has done the duct tape and the backwards pj's and it seems to have worked, I think.

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