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14/12/2013 at 11:07
M has been wearing huggies night time pull ups for a while but they've been dry for a few mornings now. I'm debating what to do - it's less than two weeks to Christmas so all the excitement of that, likely disrupted routine plus we are going to stay at my mums for almost a weem over festive period.
My thinking is to wait till start of Jan to ditch the pullups. Wwyd?
Also what did you do, waterproof sheet, towels under it, etc? In case of accidents?
All feels strange, she has been dry through the day for 15 months now, I feel like I'm going back to potty training!
14/12/2013 at 11:10
i ditched Phoebes after a few nights and we've had no problems, She was dry day and night in 2 days.
14/12/2013 at 11:31
I waited until C had been dry for about 4/5 months - I'm not much of a risk taker
I'd probably wait until after Christmas, because of all the excitement, like you say.
14/12/2013 at 11:42
She has a mattress protector incase of any accidents x
14/12/2013 at 15:51
CK, you are braver than me!
DD, im more like you. I'm thinking I'll wait till after Xmas.
She's getting a big girls bed in jan so we can get the cot for the baby so will wait till then as theres so much going on at the mo
14/12/2013 at 19:28
As soon as J had 1 dry night, we lost the nappies.
He has an absorbent pad under his sheet "just incase".
14/12/2013 at 20:24
It was a few days for us too, we put a waterproof sheet underneath. We only had a couple of accidents. I would go for it and when staying at your mums take a waterproof aheet
14/12/2013 at 20:45
God you lot are braver than me haha. I'll speak to H tonight and decide, eek!
14/12/2013 at 21:48
I think you will know with your own child. With A it took about a year before she was out of night time nappies. C was out of them within weeks of training during the day.
14/12/2013 at 21:52
I asked on fb and the reply made me just go for it. With aaron i left it a few weeks but it seemed pointless filling up nappy bucked with dry nappies
14/12/2013 at 21:58
I think it's me more than her. Even when she day trained I was planning on taking time off work and keeping her off nursery to do it when she was showing signs of being ready, she went into nursery one day before I could arrange time off and binned her nappy herself
Also think if it was same time as day training I'd be more comfortable with it if that makes sense? Will see how next few nights go though
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