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Ok,so we recently moved from Alabama (hot state) to a new state which is butt *** cold outside during the winter, my son refuses to keep his gloves on and I do not want him to get a cold.Any ideas on how to keep him from removing his gloves?
SnowVixen SnowVixen 22-25, F 13 Answers Dec 6, 2012 in Motherhood

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there are some you can tie... harder to remove then...



and there are such that are conected on the inside of the jacket... when you make them short enough there he can't remove tham befor removing the jacket and you making sure he can... or at least it's harder

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may have to try that,it could not hurt.:-) he hates gloves,socks,and hats.which are all what you need in this weather lol

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that's why there are all tieable things fore the small ones...
worked with my baby sis last year in switzerland...after about a week or so she even stopped careing

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I will have to look into that.:-) He also tears off his shoes,and socks it drives me nuts.

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buy the ones you can tie and tie them in a way so they arn't easyly to open... if he takes his socks off inside... who cares?

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He tears his shoes and socks off outside when I am trying to get him into his stroller.lol then he sits there and shivers because I am trying to get them back on.lol

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as I said tie his shoes in a way he can't open them himself problem solved

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yuppers lol

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agreed duct tape

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A staple gun and the threat of eternal damnation should suffice

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Fill each one with an entire tube of super glue just before you put them on. Then make sure he doesn't take them off for at least an hour. [8>{)

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Super Glue

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so not going to happen but funny :P

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Haha, I can't even get them on him. I put one on and he takes it off and chucks it away. When I go to retrieve the glove, he turns and runs up the stairs.

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It's worse than herding cats, or putting socks on an octopus.

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Your concern is adorable, but based in myth & legend. Use the yarn through the sleeves so they don't LOSE them, and then take a breather.



Washing your toddler's hands will help prevent colds and the like. Actual temoerature has nothing to do with catching a cold.



sign me ... 'Someone who's lived up here forever'

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Well,that is what a mother does.:-) She is concerned for her children.:-) I will have to add yarn to my list of things to get lol.

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