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Old 09-25-2008, 08:56 PM   #1
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never potty trained a cloth diaper user...

DS2 is my third, so I've done the PTing thing a couple of times, but the older two were in disposables. They always "felt" dry because disposables are so absorbent so when I put them in cloth they FELT the wetness and didn't like it.

DS2 is used to the wetness so I'm not sure how it will make a difference.

Right now I'm working and DH is home with the kids, but when he goes back to work (soon) and I get to be SAHM again I want to start PTing DS2.

I figure I'll start with prefitteds and just let him go coverless and change him often so he gets used to being dry. He's already working on pooping on the potty, so I figure if we get that figured out I can put him in underwear with sweats so when he pees his legs will all be wet as well (more noticable and more uncomfortable) what do you think?

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Old 09-25-2008, 11:05 PM   #2
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Re: never potty trained a cloth diaper user...

Dd was in sposies a lot and still didn't care if she peed in cloth (except velour ), so for us it wasn't any different, and I'm doing the underwear-and-pants thing for the same reason, being wet all down her legs is different.
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