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Old 10-03-2012, 12:16 PM   #1
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Best Nighttime Trainer

Hi wise ones -

What is the best nighttime trainer?

I have used blueberry pockets stuffed (but they seem to be leaking with the faster toddler/preschooler pee, even with microfiber on top and hemp below)

I have used fitteds and wool by DS complains they bother his man parts (hahaha)

Lately I have used disposables, but they are getting expensive and since regular potty training is going so slow, i need to find a cloth night solution.

I really think he holds most in until the 5-6 am and then lets it go.

My son really doesn't mind wearing diapers (no ego), so i can still use diapers on him at night, but figured if i'm buying something i might as well get a trainer.

I've heard of super undies, but they are super expensive.

Thanks mamas!
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Old 10-23-2012, 07:54 AM   #2
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I'm trying to figure out a night time solution for my DD as well. Anybody?

Does anybody have the flip trainers...would they not be anywhere close to enough for night time? My kids are SLOW night-time it will likely be at least a year, maybe 2 before we are done with night time stuff. I would like to figure out a cloth option this time around instead of spending so much $ on disposables just for nights!!!
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Old 10-23-2012, 08:03 PM   #3
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We have had luck with ladder hill designs nighttime trainers stuffed with her insert plus a flip organic or two fip organics. Any less than that and if DS pees it leaks (he is staying dry most nights). He's peeing through regular pullups, also, so when we use sposies they're the nighttime ones.
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Old 11-03-2012, 07:45 AM   #4
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My son just turned 3. Before we purchased Super Undies for Nighttime, he was in disposable pull ups because everything else leaked! The Super Undies are a bit bulky, but much better than the nighttime diapers I had him in before them. They have room for added inserts too if you find you might need them. We've been using them for about a month now, and only had our first leak in them last night. I think that might have been because my husband forgot to have my son go potty before bed. Check out the Super Undies website. They have a video that really goes into the design of the trainer which sold me
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