Thank you for all of your comments and advice Here I was thinking she was behind, but it seems to be the norm
On that note, are there any 'cheaper' pull up pants recommended? We get huggies nappy pants......
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07-02-2016 16:50 #11Senior Member
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07-02-2016 16:58 #13
We have a 4 year old DD and two 8 year old DSs who still wet overnight. I'm convinced that it's genetic and that they will just get it when they're ready. My 8 year old is starting to have more dry nights than wet ones so he's not far off. And DP's 8 year old has started to have dry nights sometimes too.
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07-02-2016 17:00 #15
I'm glad I read this thread! Ds is 4.5 years and I was a little worried his night nappies are still pretty wet.
07-02-2016 17:03 #16Senior Member
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Just subbing back in- I have learnt from the responses. thanks ladies, I had thought it was okay to have a cut off time for liquids before bedtime.
07-02-2016 17:25 #17
I never really did anything to encourage mine to be dry at night. They did it in their own time.
I've got a 7, 5, 3 year old and my youngest has been toilet trained for about 5/6 months but still wears nappies at night and they are always full in the morning.
My 7 and 5 year old were both dry at night by the time they were 5 so I am not too worried about my youngest still being wet.
07-02-2016 17:38 #18
DS is 4 and still in a nappy over night. I heard that it's normal and it was still an issue at 6 then to see someone.
07-02-2016 17:40 #19
I would stress till 5
07-02-2016 17:42 #20
My DD1 was still wearing a nappy or pull ups to bed until she was 7-8, as she was a bedwetter. I wet my bed until I was about 8 and I have a brother who was in pull ups until he was about 10. It's nothing to be ashamed of, some kids wet the bed, some don't. Never punish a child, it makes them feel worse about themselves. My DD2 was out of nappies altogether before DD1. Your child will grow out of it eventually.
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