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Old 05-07-2006, 10:27 AM   #1
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Wink questions for getting started???

Hello a few more questions

My precious generally goes on the potty when she wakes at 7a, 9a after breakfast, 11a before lunch, 1p before swimming class , 4p when she gets home from her busy day, 6p after dinner,and 9p before bed unless we go shopping or out to eat as she NEEDS to go potty at every public restroom possible. She is generally wet every am, and if I am lucky she will by dry most of the day. (I do change her pull up at every potty time, mostly out of habbit and concerned about cleanliness because of the bulk, i would assume with the training several years, just wet. My question is can the child feel the wetness from the happy Heiny's? I would like her to be a bit uncomfortable, as she trained herself for stool due to not liking the feel.

Any suggestions on how many training pants to purchase for starters. I do laundry daily...

My third question is where do I find bags for dirty dipes on the go? Something that will conceal any smell/wetness???

thankyou for your help in advance. Laura


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Old 05-07-2006, 03:42 PM   #2
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Re: questions for getting started???

Here are links to wet bags and pail liners...

HH I believe are lined with suedecloth which helps bums stay dry so I don't think that would be helpful.

Hopefully a training mama can get in here with more info to help you out.
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Old 05-07-2006, 04:10 PM   #3
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Re: questions for getting started???

There are also a lot of WAHMs who sell wetbags on Just click on "lists hc stores" or something like that.
anything with microfleece or suedecloth is going to pull the moisture away from the bum so they don't feel it as much. Unfortunately, since your dd is older, I don't have any helpful suggestions for you. But just stay away from those two things!
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