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Wee Block

Mommy's Lil Helper: Wee Block Keeps You Dry

Being peed on by your wee one is almost a right of passage for parents. If you have a son, the spraying fountain of gold might have hit you by surprise. Pee–Pee Teepees provide relief for some folks, but some mothers and fathers prefer the more sturdy and durable protection.

A fierce competitor for a small boy's stream is the Wee Block ($19). The sizable sponge cup offers protection against accidents during diaper changes while its stitched jersey cotton covering will cause the user to chuckle. Adorned with various witty sayings like "Lil Squirt", the Wee Blocker is machine washable.

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katedavis katedavis 9 years
Neither peepee teepees nor wee-blockers worked for me. I just used 2 tissues.
redheadkimie redheadkimie 9 years
I think these are adorable! They have the funniest sayings. Don't know if I'd buy them but they'd be a cute gift.
Mishell Mishell 9 years
funny, I'd use it.
kikidawn kikidawn 9 years
I just put a baby washcloth over the little boy I babysit... works just fine! I don't think I'd spend the extra money on stuff like this.
MissSushi MissSushi 9 years
lol, my thoughts exactly, shooger. Kids move WAY too much for anything like this to work. Its a great idea, but i doubt anything that doesnt defeat the purpose of a quick conveienence is going to work.
shoogerbooger shoogerbooger 9 years
I had the pee-pee teepees for my son and they did not work! It would just fall right off the second he moved. This looks much more dependable! LOL!
Greggie Greggie 9 years
Dude, all you do is put a clean diaper under the dirty one, then switch them quickly. Keep a washcloth nearby if that's much of a problem, it'll save a lot of money. :rofl:
wren1 wren1 9 years
:rotfl: Normally I'm just on lilsugar for the Guess Who(I don't have kids), but I couldn't help but notice this. A clever idea, actually.
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