I'm aware that toddlers sometimes like to have fun with their diapers and/or the contents thereof. Some like to dig in their diapers as if their searching for "treasure" and take out what is supposed to stay in there (pieces of the diaper, urine soaked diaper gel, or....the other....stinky thing). Sometimes thats it and other times they like to have fun with what treasure they have pulled out and spread it about. Others like to rip up their diapers into shreds either when their clean, wet, messed, or both. This results in a colossal mess and it can be a hard habit for toddlers to break. I have read that they do this "fun" behavior sometimes because the contents are an interesting, squishy texture they like to feel between their fingers and its spreadable (much like why they like to play with Playdoh). Another explanation of why they rip up diapers is that they just want to get out of them so that they can be naked. They're just exploring and are curious as almost all, if not all, toddlers are. As a result, sometimes I also enjoy digging around in my diaper and ripping it up when it is wet and sometimes when it is dry. (I never play when messed I think its gross and I wouldn't want to deal with that kind of cleanup anyway when I am done with my regression moment.) I know this can be messy so I only do it in either the garage or in the tub. Does anyone else ever regress in a similar manner to explore in their diaper to find a squishy "treasure" to play with or rip their diaper up to have "nakee" time?