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    I'm one for waiting until their nappies are dry. DS was nearly 5 when it happened. He has never wet the bed since. DD has just turned 4. Her nappies are still wet in the morning so we're just waiting it out.

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    We are 2 weeks into night TT with DS. We do a dream wee but also have 2 mattress protectors and sheets set up so if there's an accident we just take off the top layer.

    ETA: DS is 2 years and 7 months

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    The way I did it, was to wait until her nappy was dry when she woke for about 2 weeks in a row. Then I just stopped putting nappies on her.

    I think we've had maybe 3 wet beds in the years since, and that's usually when she's sick anyway.

    Given how stress-free that has been for me, I'm going to do the same in future.

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