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    Hi My DS is 3 & is completely toilet trained in the day but still wearing a nappy to bed.
    I know they have to be ready etc but I think he is, I guess I have been a bit complacent. We had (almost)one week of dry nappies in the morning but now back to wet nappies.

    How do I go about night time training?

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    We've recently night TT our 28mth old.

    Cold turkey. After 3 nights she was dry.

    We used Brolly sheets on the bed and just changed that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rose&Aurelia View Post
    We've recently night TT our 28mth old.

    Cold turkey. After 3 nights she was dry.

    We used Brolly sheets on the bed and just changed that.
    Wow!!! Cold turkey! Thats amazing well done. So you just put her in underwear and took her to the toilet throughout the night? We have brolley sheets too..they are the best invention.

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    DS( just turned 3yo) was waking with dry nappies after a few weeks of day TT. We took them off at night. So in the last 4-6 weeks he's only peed in the night twice. Both times because he was exhausted before bed and didn't do his big wee.

    I also have the sheet protector on the bed too so only have to change that of he goes during the night.

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    I'm fundamentally lazy so I waited until DD was doing it without making a big deal about it.

    She's 4 and a bit and has only been dry at night since Christmas.

    Even since she has been dry at night since Christmas her first nappy free night was only a week or so ago. She is a really heavy sleeper (once asleep) and I wanted to make sure she was 100% on board with the concept as well.

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    We are doing the same as nancyblackett, who I think has a sept 08 child as well.

    Except he is still weeing. He had a dry week a while ago but not again.

    I have a 3mo and wash a lot already, so can't face the extra work of wet sheets. Plus my mum, brother and I were late night wetters so not good genes for it.

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    My daughter is 4.5 and still wears huggies dry nights. I could count one one hand the amount of times she didn't wet over night. She will do it when she's ready. I can't be bothered training her whilst I have a newborn.

    My son is 29 months and he is dry most nights. Has been for a few months, but I still put a nappy on him. Might be bad form on my part, but again, can't be bothered whilst I have a newborn.

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    Yes I am still struggling dor sleep at the moment with my 8mo but want to start doing something soon!
    Should I restrict fluids at night? He has tea at 5:30pm with a drink and then goes to be at 6:30pm?
    Also for those of you that have done the night time tt do you take the child to the toilet during the night?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SugarplumMummy View Post
    Yes I am still struggling dor sleep at the moment with my 8mo but want to start doing something soon!
    Should I restrict fluids at night? He has tea at 5:30pm with a drink and then goes to be at 6:30pm?
    Also for those of you that have done the night time tt do you take the child to the toilet during the night?
    We just make dd1 do a wee before bed and that's it. She then wakes up in the morning and potters to the toilet.

    For those 3 nights - the first night she wet the bed twice, second night it was one change and the third night she woke up.

    We have been putting dd1 on the toilet for her morning wee since she was 14mths old. I even put my 7mth old on the toilet as soon as she wakes as I've noticed with both my girls that they are generally dry overnight but wee in the first 5min of waking so as soon as they wake- on the loo!

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    Default Night time toileting

    Subbing, as my nearly 3 year old is day TT and has been having mostly dry nappies/knickers after her day sleep, so want to take the next step. She has a big drink of milk before bed, so I was going to aim for taking her to the toilet before sleep and then getting her up before we go to bed... must invest in some brolly sheets first. I do believe too that they will do it when they are ready, so if she shows any signs of not being ready, we'll slow it down...


 

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