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01-16-2007 11:38 AM
Benji'sMom I've never had to buy overnight trainers but these are always recommended by other people:
01-16-2007 11:01 AM
mmomosedc I did not CD my DD. Funny though it may sound, the idea never even crossed my mind! Anyway, my DD is 3yo and fully potty trained during the day now but still wets at night. I've been using over-priced disposable pull ups on her at night, and am wondering if there's a better option. Are there some economical CD/training pant options for night time wetters?

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