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Old 11-13-2008, 05:53 PM   #1
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Overnight trainers/bedwetter pants?

Okay well the boys have been doing very well using the potty during the day for almost 3 weeks now. They'll be 3 in January. I do not put diapers on them anymore. For nap time they just wear regular underwear and that works out just fine. We're in need of a night time solution though. They still pee at night. I do not want them in diapers anymore though because I feel that it is a bit counterproductive. I want them to be able to pull down/up pants if they do wake in the night to go potty. We're a prefold household so that just isn't possible with a diaper. So we need an overnight trainer that can be pulled down and up. Something that would be good for a heavy wetter.
The ones I'm currently considering are:
Snap-Ez Nap-Ez
Mother of Eden overnight undies
Mother-ease bedwetter pants
Happy Heiny's Pocket Trainers

I've heard mixed reviews on some of them so I'm not sure what to do. I have no problem investing in them if they'll actually work for the boys. They're both around 27-29 lbs and IMO a bit on the small side of their age. Suggestions please!

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Old 11-14-2008, 03:34 AM   #2
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Re: Overnight trainers/bedwetter pants?

I used HH pocket trainers for a couple of months. I started when my DS was about 40 lbs, and 4 years old. With no end in sight, I was tired of paying for Pull-ups. The HH pocket trainers worked really well. We had an occasional leak, but not often. My problem with them was how "pouffy" they were. On a big kid, it was a little too diaperish. He didn't seem to mind at home, but didn't want to wear them at his grandparents' house.
We tried Ditto Daddy's good nights. First we tried wool, but those seemed to leak a bit more. Now, we use Ditto Daddy Good Nights fleece (from Brandy's Boutique) and LOVE them. They are the boxer brief style, fit nicely under his PJs, and leaks are rare. They still happen, but not too often.
I haven't tried the other brands that you mentioned, but I hope that helps!
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Old 11-14-2008, 07:31 AM   #4
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Oh, and if you go with the HH pocket trainers, those run really big. My DS (at 40lbs) was still comfortably wearing a medium. Size down if you're unsure.
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Thank you Mama! I appreciate the info.
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