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#1 of 2 Old 03-23-2011, 10:10 PM - Thread Starter
 
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My 3 1/2 year old DS is completely day-time potty trained (yea! knew it would happen someday!) but wears a pull-up at night. Now that we are washing dipes again with his little brother here, I was thinking I should switch to a cloth pull-up/training pants for nights. His pull up is moderately full every morning, so it has to be something that can hold some pee. I was thinking about the Happy Heiney Pocket Trainers--

http://www.jilliansdrawers.com/products/clothdiapers/trainingpants/happyheinyspockettrainer

 

 

Anyone have any advice or suggestions?

 

thanks!

 


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Yep, we always used a training pant at night at that stage. I didn't love the HH trainers (although I adore their pocket diapers) - I found them bulky but no protection at the sides for side sleepers. However on the plus side, they can be super-stuffed.

 

We used Bummis training pants, which seemed to hold quite a bit. I've also heard that both Mother-Ease and Rainshine Design overnight pants work very well.


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