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    Default How often do you change your 2yr olds diposable nappy?

    I am just wondering how often during the day you change your 2yr olds nappy? (Hourly).

    ***(Sorry I meant disposable in the title!!)

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    When it looks like she's had a good wee in it. And when we are out and about I change it when I think of it!

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    Im much the same as the PP. I usually check DD2 every few hours and change her if she's quite wet. Obviously straight away when she has done a poo! DD2 has started to show some interest in toilet training so I've started to notice she seems to be going a little longer with a dry nappy lately.

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    When it's squishy. Before he was TT we were going through about 2 packs of 50 nappies every 3 weeks. So about 4-5 nappies a day.

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    I change my son whenever he's done a poo. If he hasn't done a poo, I change him not long after he wakes up, around 7 or 7:30, usually after breakfast when I get him dressed. Then we normally go out and do something. We come home, he has lunch and then I change him for his sleep. I then change him when he wakes up and then usually let him stay in that until bath time, normally 6:30. He's not quite 2 yet, though.

    Obviously if he's really wet, I'll change him, but that's how I usually do it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigRedV View Post
    I change my son whenever he's done a poo. If he hasn't done a poo, I change him not long after he wakes up, around 7 or 7:30, usually after breakfast when I get him dressed. Then we normally go out and do something. We come home, he has lunch and then I change him for his sleep. I then change him when he wakes up and then usually let him stay in that until bath time, normally 6:30. He's not quite 2 yet, though.

    Obviously if he's really wet, I'll change him, but that's how I usually do it.
    same. Usually change him when he wakes (7ish), then he'll generally do a poo mid-morning, then before and after his nap (12.30ish and 3ish) and bath time at 6.30.

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    If he poos, then straight away (he'll come see me when he has done one), but otherwise probably only every 4 hours or so.

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    Every 2-3 hours. He wee's a lot!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boobycino View Post
    When it's squishy. Before he was TT we were going through about 2 packs of 50 nappies every 3 weeks. So about 4-5 nappies a day.
    Wow!! Before my dd2 started TT she was going through 2 50 packs every fortnight. And ocassionaly i would have to buy a 3rd pack and woild go through half!

    I would change her every hr, but thats cause she would fill it very quickly

    But my dd wees an un usualy amount! We call her niagra falls!

    Now shes TT, she goes to the toilet almost every 30 mins to an hour

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    Yeah, jasper TT only wees like every 3 hours or so. He went like at least 5 hours the other day. he drinks heaps of water, he does pee like a horse when he goes though.

    I tell him to go all the time & he shouts 'no!' at me. So... Dunno... Big bladder I suppose.


 

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