It's been impossible to keep socks on Palmer lately, and he wiggles out of his diaper before we can even get the straps secured.
At night we swaddle him in a light blanket, place him on his back, then cover him with a fleece blanket and then his comforter. Everything is tight and tucked in as we have been advised. Often I find he has wiggled out of his blankets after waking. Since I wasn't watching any additional children today, I went back to sleep with Palmer after his morning feeding. When I went to get him after his nap I found him like this:
Yes, that is my little boy, out of his covers, on his belly, in the corner of his bed, only wearing a diaper. I stood there dumbfounded. Was I so tired this morning that I forgot to put his sleeper back on after changing his diaper? I did remember fiddling with the snaps in my half-consciousness. Did Greg undress him for some reason before heading off to work? I then lifted his covers to see his sleeper, lying inside of his still swaddled blanket. Palmer had not only wiggled out of all his blankets but also, amazingly enough, wiggled out of his sleeper! Is that not the craziest thing? He was so cold; I felt awful. How in the world am I supposed to safeguard against that? My sister suggested duct tape.