I tired of buying my potty training son disposables. He knows he can go in his diaper and keep on playing, so that's what he does. He can go potty on the potty when asked. I want him to wear cloth so he'll be more uncomfortable and hopefully stop peeing in his diaper so much. He used to go potty all the time, now he seems to be deciding that he really likes diapers. I want to end this and switch over to cloth. But, I've never done cloth. The training pants that they sell in stores are just thick underware and he pees right through them. I don't want pee on my carpet or couch.
What brands/types of waterproof resuable training diapers do you suggest?
I'm not there yet but I've heard great things about Super Undies:
If you are on Facebook, join the diapershops.com page and ask there - Stacey (their resident expert) is great about answering questions.
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