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    These are all great suggestions - thanks so much for your replies ladies.

    I'll try those mats on the bed and also limiting drinks, I'll also try pull up nappies to start with, and maybe take him to the loo before I go to bed even if that means waking him.

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    I just put a nappy on them once they were asleep.

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    Quote Originally Posted by witherwings View Post
    These are all great suggestions - thanks so much for your replies ladies.

    I'll try those mats on the bed and also limiting drinks, I'll also try pull up nappies to start with, and maybe take him to the loo before I go to bed even if that means waking him.
    Limiting drinks is actually not recommended for night toilet training. The bladder needs to recognise when it is full while asleep. This is what we were told anyway. I would just go with brolly sheets.

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    Kmart has bed pads for $15 and they are good but don't tuck in. Just a square. But a good cheap option.

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    Ikea has fabric backed squares of plastic sheeting. They're small, about 1m x 70cm, but they have worked well for us under a fitted sheet in the cot. Might be a bit small for a bed - not sure. Cheap though - about $10.

    Eta this is what i mean http://m.ikea.com/au/en/catalog/products/art/80169066/
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    My 4yr old wet the bed last night for the first time, been about a month without nappy pants but had been dry for a few months before that. Last night he had a temp of 39 when he woke wet so I think that may have been why. I have brolly sheets but I put them under the fitted sheet over a mattress protector. I only put them under the sheet because they are single bed size and DS is still in a toddler bed so they are a bit big and bunch up but under the sheet works well. I just stripped of the top sheet and brolly and put another fitted sheet on but this morning I put the mattress protector, fitted sheet, brolly sheet, fitted sheet so I can just strip the top fitted sheet and brolly sheet and be good to go.

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    I bought my bed pad/ brolly sheet things from pillow talk, my kids move around in the bed a lot, but these save loads of washing, as it usually catches the wee.


 

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