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penguinande 01-25-2013 10:39 AM

What kind of trainer do I need?
 
DD is consistently peeing in the potty during the day, but is resisting pooping in the potty. I've been using loosely snapped simplex, but she still calls them 'diapers' so I want to get something that will seem more like underwear to her. I don't need a lot of absorbency, and I don't plan to use them at night, but I would like a trainer that will contain poop and is easy to get off for changes (side snaps, perhaps). I'd also like them to look as much like underwear as possible and not be too pricey. Anything like that out there? Thanks!

Pixi6s 01-25-2013 11:46 AM

Re: What kind of trainer do I need?
 
Do the GroVia trainers look different enough? they would be easy for poop changes. What about something like the bumwears? I would suggest the Snap EZ, but not sure that is different either (I have a large used once to sell) ... I don't think they look like underwear when they can snap off.

Just poking around at diapersafari and looks like the fuzi bunz tickle trainers have snaps and are underware looking... i haven't tried them though.

penguinande 01-25-2013 12:16 PM

Re: What kind of trainer do I need?
 
The bumwear trainers look like what I'm looking for but are way more than I want to spend. Does anyone know of any that are similar but less expensive? The fuzzibunz also look pretty good. Does anyone have any experience with these?

Abbie@Mom'sMilkBoutique 01-26-2013 02:55 AM

Re: What kind of trainer do I need?
 
If you want easy on easy off ones that feel like underwear and aren't too bulky, consider Blueberry, Imse Vimse, or Little Beetles. Or even you could do Gerber trainers.


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