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Old 01-26-2013, 09:12 PM   #1
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Nighttime solution? tired of pull-ups :(

Hi Mama's! My 3 1/2 yo dd has been day/nap trained since she was 25 months old... well... it's been a year and a half later and we are still not night trained. I switched out of cd's last summer (not thinking that we would still be going strong with nighttime wetting)...

recommendations for nighttime trainer/undie?
she's not a super duper soaker, but a moderate one. I have tried putting her back in a BG AIO stuffed with extra hemp doublers and absorbency worked, but she complained that they were very uncomfortable and refused to wear them again a second time... I need something comfortable!

we are adding a nb to the family in April, so throwing in a couple of nighttime undies with my nb dipes will be a breeze... hoping to come up with a solution so the pull-ups can disappear!!

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Are you getting her up to pee at least once a night? My DS goes before bed (7 ish) when I go to bed (9-11), and first thing in the morning (5-6).

Otherwise, check out Potty Patty trainers. They are a great value.
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Re: Nighttime solution? tired of pull-ups :(

Ladder Hill Designs - TTT

http://hyenacart.com/ladderhilldesig...Night-Trainers

They are the best. My son wore his until he was 5 1/2 and my daughter is still wearing hers overnight at 4 1/2.

My DD2 just started potty training and she is wearing her sister's old ones at night now.

We stuff them with a FLIP organic or a Thirsties hemp prefold. But you could stuff with whatever.

They are comfortable, cute, and super well made. After wearing sposie pull-ups they had to be attractive to my kids because they were giving up wearing princesses on their pull-ups.

If she doesn't have what you want in stock - message her. She is really good about customs. Hope is the wahm's name.

Also if you sew you can buy the pattern and make your own:

http://hyenacart.com/ladderhilldesig...PatternLITTLE-
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Old 01-27-2013, 02:09 PM   #4
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Re: Nighttime solution? tired of pull-ups :(

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Ladder Hill Designs - TTT

http://hyenacart.com/ladderhilldesig...Night-Trainers

They are the best. My son wore his until he was 5 1/2 and my daughter is still wearing hers overnight at 4 1/2.

My DD2 just started potty training and she is wearing her sister's old ones at night now.

We stuff them with a FLIP organic or a Thirsties hemp prefold. But you could stuff with whatever.

They are comfortable, cute, and super well made. After wearing sposie pull-ups they had to be attractive to my kids because they were giving up wearing princesses on their pull-ups.

If she doesn't have what you want in stock - message her. She is really good about customs. Hope is the wahm's name.

Also if you sew you can buy the pattern and make your own:

http://hyenacart.com/ladderhilldesig...PatternLITTLE-
Thanks!!!


as as for waking her up in the middle of the night... we tried getting her up before bed and she would still pee one more time in the morning before I get in there to get her out of bed... part of the problem is probably due to the fact that we don't have to be up super early in the morning, so we are sometimes lazy (plus I am 27 weeks prego which adds to some of the early morning laziness).
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My DD1 is almost 3 and has been an average wetter at night. Now it's been 5 months or so that she has trainers at night. Tinkle time trainers were first but now they're too small. Now she has super undies daytime version between 8 and 11pm and then I take her to the bathroom and switch to nighttime super undies, until 8am when she goes to morning pee. They are generous sized and super stretchy. She is in nedium at 32lb. Shell be able to use it for another couple of months! You can add soaker for absorbency if needed. Designs are not as nice as other WAHM trainers but we chose them for functionality and quick availability since we needed them fast.
We're very happy with them.
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Are you getting her up to pee at least once a night? My DS goes before bed (7 ish) when I go to bed (9-11), and first thing in the morning (5-6).

Otherwise, check out Potty Patty trainers. They are a great value.
Yeah, I would do this ^. Wake ups are a bummer, but it will eventually train her to wake her own body up to do it herself. We are three weeks in with my DS2 and we have finally found a rhythm- 10:00 and 2:00. No liquids 2-3 hours before bedtime. He's starting to hold a top hat potty up to his parts when he needs to go in his bedroom, too. He's dry when he wakes up. Being preggers definitely makes it tough, though. You've still got time before the baby comes!
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