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    My eldest is nearly 6, and wears pull ups to bed. She’s only ever had a handful of dry nights, even with taking her to the toilet before I go to bed. She was day-trained at about 2.5, and dry for naps from about 3.

    DS is 3 and not yet toilet trained. He’ll use the toilet if we take him, but won’t go of his own accord.

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    2 yrs 9 mths was totally day and night trained, but me being paranoid put her in a pull up at night for another year lol. She was dry every morning - silly me

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    All our boys were honestly so very easy to toilet train, all were completely toilet trained by 2.5-3years. Once they were toilet trained through the day we didn't do nappies at night, just made sure they went to the toilet immediately before bed.
    Considering your little one is 3.5 and been dry for 5 months during the day I say go for it and get rid of the night nappy.

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    People just need to realise that you can’t ‘train’ them to be dry overnight. They do it when they’re ready. For some lucky parents that’s age 2 or 3 (or whatever), or it’s later. And late bed wetting is hereditary. I was still wetting the bed at 6 so my parents got me one of those alarms to help. Then my kids have been the same. DS was 10 when he finally stopped wetting, and DD still does at age 6.
    My sister stopped wetting the bed at age 3, and one of her kids stopped at 3 as well. But I think the 7 year old may still be in pull ups.

    If your child has been dry for a fair while you’re one of the lucky ones.

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