Is it ok to put your kids in diapers for car trips?

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asked Aug 5, 2022 in Kids Health by likeuboy (450 points)
Is it ok to put your kids in diapers for car trips?

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answered Aug 5, 2022 by Dolcevita (6,250 points)
It is OK to put your kids in diapers on road trips for for car trips.

If your kid wets their pants, wets the bed, or has a small bladder and has to pee a lot them having the kid in a diaper or pull up on the road trip or car trip can make the road trip or car trip much more enjoyable as the kid won't have to hold their pee in.

Of course stop for breaks to allow the kids to use the toilet but a diaper or pull up is good just in case.

If my kid asked to wear diapers I would let them.

I would fully support my kid in wanting to wear diapers if they wanted too.

Nothing is wrong with a kid or anyone else wanting to wear a diaper as it's just another form of underwear and the kid or anyone else should wear what is comfortable to them.

I would let my kid wear diapers if they wanted too.

Although a kid should be potty trained if no health issues it's okay if the child wants to wear diapers.

A kid wanting to wear diapers is not the worst thing that they could be into and I would support my kid in that they wanted to wear diapers.

Some parents leave their kids in diapers and not potty train them because it's easier for the parents to change a diaper and not deal with potty accidents.

Some kids also are not ready to potty train until 3 to 4 years old so some parents don't bother until then as well.

I have one kid who would not potty train until he turned 6 years old so I gave up after age 4 and kept him in diapers until a few months after his 6th birthday when decided he wanted to use the toilet.

He's home schooled so no issue about going to school and it was just less frustration leaving him in diapers until he decided he wanted to stop wearing the diapers.

School aged children can wear diapers if they need to.

Although kids must be potty trained to attend school the child can wear diapers to school or wear them at any time that they need too.

If a child is wearing diapers in school then they may be put in a special ed class or at least have it noted down that they may need to see the nurse about diaper changes.

The school can make arrangements so that the child can change their diaper in private and not have to do it in the public bathroom which makes it less embarrassing for the child.

I worked as a teachers aid and we had a 7 year old boy student that was incontinent but had no mental disabilities or anything else wrong with him.

He wore diapers to school and we kept some in the nurses office for him and he could change in the nurses bathroom.

He wore Luvs size 6 diapers which is what fit him as adult diapers were too big and pull ups would leak on him.

The point of making your kids wear a diaper is to keep the kids clothes clean and also to keep your furniture, carpets etc clean.

If a kid who is not potty trained does not wear a diaper then they will pee and poop in their pants and get it all over them, the bed, your couch, the floor, in your car etc.

Without a diaper on the kid who's not potty trained there would be a huge mess and it would be unhygienic and unhealthy for the kid to be peeing and pooping on themselves and in their clothes.

When babies are born they have no bladder or bowel control and even as the child gets older and reaches 2 to 3 years old the child's bladder is still weak so they can't hold it very long.

So a child who is wetting their pants or pooping their pants or those who are not potty trained will need to wear a diaper.

Even if the kid does not want to wear the diaper they must be made to wear the diaper if they are not potty trained.

Or if a kid is incontinent or bed wetting then they should wear a diaper to keep them healthy and clean.

Some kids potty train by age 18 months and some are not ready until 2 to 3 years old.

Then again some kids may not be potty trained until 4 and even 5 years old.

Every kid is different and will eventually potty train and want to stop wearing diapers but until then the child must and should wear a diaper.
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answered Aug 5, 2022 by Danieldiap (1,710 points)

Yes it is okay and a good thing to put your kids in diapers for car trips.

Kids need to pee often and more often than adults so having them wear a diaper will make the road trip or car trip much more comfortable.

No need to stop to potty when they can just potty in the diaper.

If my kid asked to wear diapers I would let them.

There's nothing wrong with wearing diapers at any age and they are also more comfortable than regular underwear or boxers.

Disposable diapers feel much better when wet as well.

My opinion on parents who put their kids in diapers is that it's a good thing.

Diapers are a much better option than having to find a toilet to go pee or poop and they are much more comfortable.

When out and about it's also a good thing for the kid to wear a diaper so that they don't have to hold their pee or poop in and they can simply wet the diaper or poop the diaper and change it or have the diaper changed later.

I would put my kids in diapers all the time so they never had to use a toilet.

You should always keep your children in diapers no matter what age.

Diapers are much better than regular underwear and it's easier to use a diaper than have to run to the toilet.

You should keep your older kids in diapers as it's much better for them than having to use the toilet.

Yes you should keep your child in diapers.

Kids should always be kept in diapers instead of being potty trained as diapers are much better than the toilet.

When your kids wearing a diaper they don't have to stop playing to use the toilet as they can just go poop and pee in the diaper and have the diaper changed later.

I would never potty train any of my kids and keep them in diapers.

Using the toilet is a waste of time when you can just pee in the diaper instead and poop in the diaper.

Diapers are also more comfortable than underwear too.

And diapers get even more comfortable when they are wet.

They make larger sizes of diapers for older kids and they should wear diapers all the time.

No need to stop for potty breaks as you just potty in the diaper.

Here's an older kid that is wearing a diaper and he loves wearing his diapers.

Older Kid wearing diapers and shirt diaper lover boy

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