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06/10/2009 at 12:58
Just after peoples opinions - Zak (27 months) has been dry during the day for about six weeks. For the last two to three weeks most mornings his nappy is bone dry. What does everybody think shall I just bite the bullet and go for it,when he wakes up the first thing he asks for is a wee and wont do it in his nappy . Think he is ready .
06/10/2009 at 13:08
06/10/2009 at 16:38
wow! im impressed still no signs of my lazy bones being ready for any kind of nappylessness! lol!
He sounds ready to me, thats ace, can he come teach jack please!
06/10/2009 at 19:45
He's done it all by himself Laura just got up one morning and said I'm a big boy wear big boy pants and has had very few accidents since . Their all different Fin was dry during the day at 21/2 but not at night till he was three. Think Zak just wanted to be like his big brother.
Jack will do it when he is ready seems like all of a sudden something clicks.
06/10/2009 at 21:15
Oh well done Zak,Tom has been dry in day since March-but had a go at no nappy for night time-didn't work,he got upset,went to pull ups,limited his drinks-still soaking in morn
Sounds like Zak ready,I'm hoping it will click with Tom soon,he's 3 in December
06/10/2009 at 21:53
Arwen's been dry the same,since March,but not at night.We have pull ups.She used to be dry every morning but often lately they're wet.If Zak's dry in the morning he's obviously able to go all night or wakeif necessary and go.
To be on the safe side make sure you have a waterproof cover on the mattress.Making the bed up with two layers helps a quick change.I think when I first did it with Harry,I just used 2 large bin bags ripped open to cover the bit he slept on,then a couple of old towels,and a sheet on top,so I wasn't changing the whole bed.With any luck you won't need any of that but just in case it makes less work .I still have the waterproof mattress covers on all the beds now
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