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#1 of 5 Old 11-30-2012, 03:08 PM - Thread Starter
 
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I guess the title says it all. I'm looking for a training pant for my middle son...he's 2.5 yrs old and 32ish lbs. If you have used Eco Posh do they run big or small? Do they dry quickly in the dryer like the pocket diapers I use for the baby or will they take forever to dry like a few AIO's I have? Or would you recommend another trainer altogether? I've looked at Blueberry and Mother-ease as well. TIA


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Why not just switch to unders and avoid trainers all together? I'm training my 19 month old and we're just using unders. No trainers as it just confuses the issue. I discovered that with my now 3.5 yo (who has been diaper free since before he turned 3 - he's night trained as well). I'm hoping the 19 month old will be accident free in a few weeks...

I read Toilet training without tantrums and it's a quick read and really just is very matter of fact, which I like.

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I used Bluberrys, but they, EcoPosh and Imse Vimse are all very similar.

They will stop a puddle, hold a small pee, but a large one will mean damp pants.

We were mostly naked for potty training, but like them for when we were first going out and want not to leave puddles in trader joes, stroller seats etc.

I also liked them for the end of the day when I just needed not to wipe up so much pee.

They dry pretty quickly.

 

I also liked having two pairs of waterproof trainers for when I needed no wet pants. We also used them at night and naps as pull ups. I like the Gro Via ones and the Flips are OK.


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So I bought a few Eco Posh trainers and I really like them so far. The only thing to watch out for is the sizing info...the Medium just barely fits my boy and he weighs 33 lbs  and the tag says they are supposed to fit up to 45lbs 


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