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Old 09-15-2011, 03:06 PM   #1
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Night time solutions

So DS is pretty much day trained for the past month or so. I've been putting him in superundies pocket style trainers stuffed with a joeybunz for nights. 4 nights a week he wakes up dry and goes straight to the potty. The other 3 he is flooding the superundies and his bed. Normally between 4-7am is when he floods his trainers.
Not sure what to do....sometimes he wakes up crying, sometimes he sleeps through it and doesn't wake up until after 8am.

Any suggestions on night time training or a trainer that will absorb more?? Not sure what else to do....I refuse to BUY sposies pull ups!


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Old 09-15-2011, 04:35 PM   #2
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Re: Night time solutions

Do you not have anything that you can use that you used before, or are you looking for something that can be pulled up and down? I love Bumboo Bamboo fitteds for night time. The size 2 still fits my 2 year old girl who's about 25 lbs. They're saposed to fit up to 35lbs. It draws moisture away from the skin really well because of the silk. If your little one still doesn't like the wetness, you can just add a peice of fleece. I don't know if this was of any value to you or not, but these do hold A LOT!
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