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Hi, I haven't posted on this board before, so a quick introduction. I have a 27-month-old (almost 28) daughter who seems quite interested in potty training. We haven't used cloth diapers, so I don't even know where to begin. I am looking for something that gives her more of a feeling of wetness then pullups do. She goes potty a few times a day, but misses several times. I am interested in specific brands and styles (if it matters) that anyone on this board would recommend. One thing to consider, sizewise for me, is that she is very tall for her age, and very thin-so, she's always been in a larger diaper weight wise then is listed on the package because of her height-we just have to make it nice and tight. Thanks.<br><br>
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Were in the middle of PT and have a mix of things but my favorites<br>
for normal everyday use her Bumpy trainers these work and look like regular undies but will keep pee from flooding to the floor (but will still wet clothes if a full pee which I think is good and aids in awareness.<br><br>
snap EZ cotton trainers for times around when I know shes due for a bowel movement, I try to get her to potty but its still hit and miss the cotton trainers will also go on and off like undies with a little wetness protection and have side snaps to deal with messes<br><br>
Snap ez AIO trainers.. for when a more "pullup" waterproof trainer is needed haeing a cotton inner they still feel wetness but clothing is protected.<br><br>
I as of now round things out with gerber trainers but there pretty useless but I do like she can manuplate them well and there cheep I', still going through a lot of wet trainers so they help with cost.
 

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I know the Bumpy trainers are Imse Vimse, right? What about the EZ one's you're talking about. I can't seem to find them anywhere. Thanks for your thoughts!<br><br><div style="margin:20px;margin-top:5px;">
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<div style="font-style:italic;">Were in the middle of PT and have a mix of things but my favorites<br>
for normal everyday use her Bumpy trainers these work and look like regular undies but will keep pee from flooding to the floor (but will still wet clothes if a full pee which I think is good and aids in awareness.<br><br>
snap EZ cotton trainers for times around when I know shes due for a bowel movement, I try to get her to potty but its still hit and miss the cotton trainers will also go on and off like undies with a little wetness protection and have side snaps to deal with messes<br><br>
Snap ez AIO trainers.. for when a more "pullup" waterproof trainer is needed haeing a cotton inner they still feel wetness but clothing is protected.<br><br>
I as of now round things out with gerber trainers but there pretty useless but I do like she can manuplate them well and there cheep I', still going through a lot of wet trainers so they help with cost.</div>
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<div style="font-style:italic;">I know the Bumpy trainers are Imse Vimse, right? What about the EZ one's you're talking about. I can't seem to find them anywhere. Thanks for your thoughts!</div>
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Yes the Imse Vimse the snap ez are the others <a href="http://www.snap-ez.com/InfoTrainers.html" target="_blank">http://www.snap-ez.com/InfoTrainers.html</a> I can't afford these full time plus I overall like the look of the Imse Vimse better. but the snap EZ rock for when you need a little extra boost and for the side openings. Right now were still averaging about 8 trainers a day.
 

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Izzy over at <a href="http://www.bum-ware.com" target="_blank">www.bum-ware.com</a> makes some great trainers. Also, Lisa at <a href="http://www.preciouscoverings.com" target="_blank">www.preciouscoverings.com</a> has some too! They are both super WAHM's to work with<img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="http://www.mothering.com/discussions/images/smilies/winky.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title="Wink">
 

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The bumware are super highly reccomend them. Sadly the largest size no longer fits mine but there great.
 
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