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    DS was day trained at 3 but still had full nappies at night until he was nearly 5. All of a sudden he woke up dry and that was it - he's never wet the bed.

    DD was day trained at 2 but still has full nappies at night now at 4. Will see how she goes, I'm just going with it at the moment.

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    DS decided he didn't want to wear nappies at night at about 3.5
    We had a few accidents so I started him on night nappies again, but as of a few weeks ago he is back to no nappies and dry nights so far. He turned 4 in September. It was his initiative I didn't encourage him to drop the night nappies.

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    DS was TTd a few months before he turned 3. He started waking up dry most night a few months later then totally dry a few week after that. I kept him in a nappy overnight until he'd woken up dry for 2 weeks. He's had 2 accidents since (3 months) but otherwise he wakes up and goes to the toilet if he needs to. We didn't do anything to encourage night dryness.

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    Thanks ladies for the helpful posts

    So lloks like the majority waited till their LO was ready rather than force it

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    Both my boys would either just wake up wet or they would get up and take themselves to the toilet at night.


 

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