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Originally Posted by Mizelenius View Post


Sounds like maybe the heavy sleeper thing is it?  I guess wait until she is older?



 


Yeah, I don't really care at this point.  I'm still washing diapers for ds anyway.  I'm afraid she's about to outgrow her cloth diapers, though, so that means buying more, bummer.

 

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Ugh-- that is annoying.  You have probably heard of these- not sure you could stuff them enough, but then as you think she is making progress, stuff less?  Not sure you could make them absorbent enough.  We had them for daytime use.  They also sell nighttime ones.  http://www.superundies.com/p-37-pocket-trainer.aspx

 

If you do laundry frequently maybe you could get away with just a few?

 

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Yeah, I don't really care at this point.  I'm still washing diapers for ds anyway.  I'm afraid she's about to outgrow her cloth diapers, though, so that means buying more, bummer.

 



 

post #23 of 23

Gerber also makes plastic covered underwear that you can put over regular underwear. My son went through the same thing at late 2/early 3. Putting him to bed in underwear (no diaper/pull-ups/etc) worked for us. He would wet the bed, but we just worked through it. Then, he started to not wet the bed, but would wake with wet underwear. We made sure he had his water, went to the bathroom, slept, and then IMMEDIATELY rushed him to the bathroom in the morning. He rarely has an accident.

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