My two-year-old son has lately been urinating a lot in his diaper at night, to the point that it is completely full in the morning and if we don't change it right as he gets up the urine he's been holding in because the diaper is full will soon come out and wet his pants.
He has also made a habit of, if he is not wearing pants/shorts, pulling his diaper down a little if it's full and urinating.
This morning I was alerted to the fact that my son had woken up because he kept complaining about a "mess" from his bedroom. I went in to his bedroom to discover that, at some point during the night, he had taken off his pajamas and wet the bed. I don't know if he had pulled his diaper down as well, but it looked like he had adjusted it (perhaps pulled it down a little and then pulled it back up). This was the first time he had wet the bed.
For a few weeks now my wife and I have been putting on larger diapers (two sizes larger than his normal size) when he goes to sleep to increase the urine storage capacity. Clearly, though, this effort has not been enough. What else can we do to
- keep him from wetting the bed again while still in diapers?
- keep him from taking off his pajamas at night?
- keep him from pulling down his diaper when he doesn't have pants/shorts on?
I know there are diaper booster pads and overnight diapers. We haven't tried any of these yet. We've also recently quit giving him any milk right before bed.
The pajamas he took off last night were zipper onesies. I was surprised he was able to get it off.
Additional, possibly related note: my son has also made a habit of pulling stool out of his diaper if the back opening of his diaper is accessible and we don't change his diaper soon (usually due to his refusal for us to change his diaper).