I have a young boy 12 months old and ever since he has been able to move (wiggle, crawl, walk) he has never liked having his nappy changed. He fights and pulls away, arches his back, cries and screams. Once we have finished nappy changing and dressing him is is a box of birds and happy as can be.
Currently it's taking two of us, with one of us trying to distract him by giving toys, singing and doing anything to keep him on his back. But even then sometimes that doesn't work.
We have always changed him on the floor as that's been the easiest for us to manage and we don't have any appropriate change table or even anywhere up high to do it on.
Is this something I should be worried about? Is there anything I could do to make the process easier or even to help him enjoy this a bit more. I've seen other babies just lie there and accept being changed almost without a sound out of em.
He's a great wee boy but change time can be really taxing and quite stressful at times.