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    Default Night time toileting

    Yes my DS was dry for his day nap too when he was having it so feel like this is the next step.
    He is such a heavy sleeper though I doubt he would wake up?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigRedV View Post
    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.
    We also have a 4.5 year old. She has been TT during the day for 2.5 years but not of a night. She might have a dry night nappy maybe 2 times a week max. The other night i forgot to put a nappy on her and she woke up the next morning having not wet the bed. my 2 year old also woke up with a dry nappy this morning (TT during the day since 21 months but since her sister was born she now prefers to just wee on the floor/mat/carpet). We also have a newborn and there is no way I have the time/energy to be stripping, washing and making 2 beds all the time if needed.

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    Default Re: Night time toileting

    Don't ask me! My son was dry from 3 to 3.5 and has been wetting the bed again ever since (he's 5yrs)


 

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