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On his changing table he does pretty good but does try to roll over and sit down and stand up. It can be frustrating. On the floor I have to put my leg over him to keep him there. I always hive him something to distract him but it dosrnt always work
As soon as Paxton sees me coming at him with a diaper he takes off but once I get him down he's still. I've almost always changed my kids on the floor. I don't know why it just happened that way. Now we have a plastic organizing thingy in the living room that holds all the diaper change stuff for both him and Doc and we just change them next to that.
We use the top of his dresser right now. Most of the time he is pretty good but sometimes he gets in a mood and its a fight, only because he is trying to be difficult. He tends to be better about pee diapers than poo diapers, but we still rarely get poo all over the place lol. I've found as long as he has something he can put together and take apart, things typically go better (eg two mega blocks).
DS1: C 8/12/2012
DS2: L 3/30/2014
Surprise baby! due 3/27/2017
Kyah is fine with me changing her diaper, she doesn't have a fit until I'm trying to put on the new diaper. She's always trying to roll over and get up as I struggle to fasten her diaper! I just keep rollingher back until I get her diaper on! It doesn't seem to matter what time of day it is.
Diaper changes are the bane of my existence right now. I have to change him on the floor with one leg over him to keep him still. And he has unbelievably sensitive skin so I've been warring with a diaper rash for more than 3 months and I have to use 3-4 different things on him at all times. I tried a prescription cream and it made it worse, the Dr. doesn't have any other advice so I'm just sticking with what seems to be working. I have to change him every 2 hours at a maximum or he'll get super red and irritated. I HATE it. Can't wait for potty training.