She insists on stuffing a bunch of folded pull-ups inside the one she is wearing. If I get her liner pads, she just stuffs the folded pull-ups over them. She is using about 15 packages of pull-ups monthly and finds them if we try to limit availability by hiding them. She also lays paper plates on top of the chux pads that protect the furniture from any leakage, despite the fact that her physical therapist told her it is dangerous and she can and has slid off the chair and couch. Recently, she started using multiple rolls of paper towels to lean on instead of pillows and toilet paper rolls as head rests. She is also using paper cups to store things in (her pills, candies, etc.) and stacking one cup inside another. Has anyone else had to deal with this sort of developing "paper product" attachment? She doesn't have alzheimer's or dementia so far but is having more recall and memory retrieval issues lately as she nears her 93rd year.