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Old 02-08-2013, 09:57 AM   #1
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So Joshua will be 3 in April and start preschool soon after.He is not potty trained he will pee on toilet but poop is a different story.He will be in school 2 days a week from 8:30to 11. I was told they do one bathroom break.They said just buy a pack of pull-ups .I cringe at the thought so I have been toying with buying cloth trainers.I am looking for something absorbent that will hold poop but looks like underwear and isn't super spendy.

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Old 02-08-2013, 04:30 PM   #2
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I would do something like imse vimse trainers in a situation like that.
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Old 02-08-2013, 04:36 PM   #3
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Re: Cloth trainer questions(since i cant find potty training forum)

will they help change a cloth trainer? My DD#1 did they were great she used snap EZ AIO trainers for her preschool but I'd make sure they wont have issues with cloth first.
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Old 02-08-2013, 04:41 PM   #4
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Does he pee relaibly on the potty or does it have to catch a full pee? If It has to catch a full pee you might want to look into pocket trainers, Snap Ez is a good one. Bumwear is good. Antsy Pants is a AIO with a pocket but pricey. Some people like the flip trainers...

Good idea is goto the trainers FSOT forum and ask the people what they liked about the trainers they are selling
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Old 02-11-2013, 02:22 PM   #5
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okay thanks
how many would you think I would need it is only a 2.5 hour program for 2 days a week?
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4?
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4 sounds good to me as well.
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Re: Cloth trainer questions(since i cant find potty training forum)

You will need 4. I sent my daughter in GroVia trainers under the same circumstances. They liked that there were side snaps in case of a poop, but she never once pooped at school, and only wet her trainers 3 times, but the school still made her wear them for a few months...I just stopped putting her in them when she started fighting me on it.
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The one potty break sounds odd, our daycare takes learners to the potty every 45 mins.

Anyway. My son freaks when I try trainers with snaps, he asks why I'm making him wear diapers. After months of sposie pull ups I'm now trying Imse Vimse or Mother Goose Designs under wool or fleece pants. The #2 is a bit harder to clean but they're experienced and it's worth continuing his feeling that he's wearing underpants and pottying without help.
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