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Old 12-12-2012, 06:41 AM   #1
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But are trim. My son showed interest in potty training, now he's not. We have some Grovia but would like to try another brand.
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Old 12-12-2012, 07:02 AM   #2
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Re: Trainers that can also act as a diaper...

I've been in trainer world too. DS is PL in the daytime so for nighttime we want something diaper strong that is also a pull up. If your child is still 18m-2t there is a lot more options of there (3T starts getting tough). We've tried Antsy Pants, good quality but expensive. Doesn't quite fit my son right but we have no leaks once we found the right absorbency (AIO with pocket). Snugs Boutique on etsy makes a pocket OS trainer that is about 2t-ish size with some adjustablity.

I would avoid HH trainers.
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Old 12-12-2012, 07:18 AM   #3
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I've been using the sized simplex as a pull-up for my 3yr old. It is side snapping so I jus snap it loose enought and he can easily pull it up and down.
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Old 12-12-2012, 12:36 PM   #5
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I used Bamboo sandys and wool or fleece pull on shorties/longies.

It worked awesome! Bc they feel the wetness right away, it really aided in PL'ing. He started PL'ing almost immediately following starting with them. Also, we went coverless when at home so I could change him right away (which also helped with PL'ing) I never used any doublers or inserts.

But, we had to have all natural fibers bc my LO was sensitive to PUL, so that narrowed our field a bit.

But, if you are open to synthetics, you could do the sandys plus a standard cover over it. They are a wider diaper, so you will have to choose your cover carefully. I can't help you with what ones would work since I didn't use them.

We sized down on them bc the "recommended" size for his weight was HUGE. We were really happy after that

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Bamboo small sandy's here too! Cover less at home & bummis pull on cover or meaf cover while out!
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Old 12-12-2012, 02:29 PM   #7
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Thanks everyone! When he was wearing his Softbums and Peachy Green diapers, he was feeling wet and telling me. Now that he's been using Grovia Trainers, he's not telling me. Which is strange because they are made for the child to notice when they are wet. So now Im lost with what to do. Lol
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