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Old 02-05-2013, 03:05 PM   #1
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overnight ideas for 3.5 yo

Hey Mamas! My 3.5 yo son is potty trained but we've been putting him in a pull up at night in case of an accident. Most of the time, he wakes dry but we aren't ready to ditch the extra protection yet. Do any of you know of any cloth options? I'd rather buy 1-2 cloth "pull ups" than keep buying boxes of the disposables.
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Old 02-05-2013, 05:33 PM   #2
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I use Toddlerease under a Disana soaker, MEAF XL, or XL Simplicity.
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my 2, 4 and 6 year olds wear these. if they are dry they just go back in the drawer for the next night. each kid has 2 we alternate.
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Old 02-06-2013, 09:05 AM   #4
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Super Undies Bed-wetter pullups. They cost around $30 retail, but you can usually find some on here for around $20-25ppd. They are awesome. We do get an occasional leak, but for the most part they are a lifesaver. I am too cheap to buy disposables every week and my son leaks out of those extremely fast. You could also go to the pharmacy and buy a couple of those incontinence pads (they cost around $15/each) and lay them in his bed at night. If he pee's without wearing any protection, it will contain the mess so that you don't have to change the bedding everyday, but you'd have to change the top cover/blanket. We either use Super Undies bed-wetter pullups or use an incontinence pad in DD's bed every night.
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