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    ds was toilet trained during the day at 22 months and for naps at 23 months.

    He wakes up dry with a nappy on, but if I take the nappy of he wets

    He's not yet two so I'm not going to rush it ..


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    Quote Originally Posted by 1CrazyMoose View Post
    Depends really. Ds was dry day and night at 28months and hasn't worn a nappy since. I used the three day potty training method. Think that helped with getting his mind in sync with his body.
    Just wondering, what is the three day potty training method?

    I think it depends on the child. Certain factors have to come into consideration such as changes in the childs life like starting school, the arrival of a new sibling. All these may inhibit the dry nights.

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    I've read (sorry I don't have a link for the article) that 50% of children starting school are still in some form of night nappy/pull-up. My DS is starting school this week & still needs something on at night

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    My dd was just under 3 when she was completely dry at night. Took pull ups off her on her third bday. Her 7 year old boy cousin still wears them. We got lucky...every child is different! I was about 12!

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    I used to coach kids and travel with them. Out of about 20 kids aged 8 to 13 who travelled with me, 2 boys aged 12 and a girl aged 11 wore pullups, along with an 8yo, while another 2, aged 8 and 9, wet the bed that night. We were very discreet about it, the ones in pullups had their parents approach me so I was able to slip them a nappy sack for the next morning. We stayed in a big PCYC hall, so I was able to collect all sheets to wash so no one knew beds were wet. It is common, but embarrassing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Me&MrMagoo View Post
    ds was toilet trained during the day at 22 months and for naps at 23 months.

    He wakes up dry with a nappy on, but if I take the nappy of he wets

    He's not yet two so I'm not going to rush it ..


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    My DD is 3.5 and does the same sooo frustrating and expensive!


 

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