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Thread: pee pee tepee

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    pee pee tepee

    I am looking for a pattern for a pee pee tepee. All I know is that it is a triangle thing that you put on a little boy when changing his diaper diaper to prevent a shower. LOL Got a new greatgrandbaby....boy this time. Thanks in advance.

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    LOL! Boy, does that bring back memories! Didn't happen too often but my DS was my second baby and I had never been told of the dangers!

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    What will they think of next? This is too cute and so practical.
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    I love this idea!

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    Why not just embroider a small washcloth or towel instead. It won't come off if he wriggles around like the teepee will. It could be washed too. I have two boys and I just learned t change diapers quickly. You coul even attach a cute note with it explaining its use.

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    I had 2 boys and used to throw a washcloth on top. Funny memory though with my first. My dad stopped by our house on his coffee break as I was about to give my son a bath on top of kitchen table and I was not quick enough with the washcloth. The boy had good aim. My dad was sitting at the table and you guessed it, right into my dad's coffee cup. We had quite a laugh. Dad got a different cup of coffee needless to say.

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    Way back when doctors made house calls!!! Doc Arthur came by the house to check my 1st son and you guessed it. Glenn got him. All Doc could say at this point was..."Well, that part works." Was quite funny.
    You can get older, but you never have to grow up!

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    In all honesty, I cut up one of the many simple blankets we got and zig zag stitched around the edges. A simple flannel blanket produced 8-10 pieces of material that we could use to cover parts or as simple burp cloths!
    Go forth and sew!

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    I had 3 sons and a little brother, was never a problem for me and they did this occasionally.

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