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#31 Monica

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Posted 27 February 2013 - 08:42 AM

Your previous post that it took Rosie 2 weeks implies to me that I should persevere.
The bed is made up twice so it's no drama really.
Out of the 5 nights, she has woken 4 times, the other I went to check on her at 10.30 and she was wet and fast asleep.
She changes her mind between wearing undies or a nappy so she's no help really, lol.
I guess i'd rather knock it on the head whilst the weather is still warm, I can't imagine doing this in winter!!!!!
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Posted 27 February 2013 - 09:34 AM

My son was in night nappies for ages after he day trained (he was fully day trained at 2.5y but still wearing night nappies until around his 5th bday). I tried a few times to see if he was ready, but he just wasn't.

My daughter seems to be following down the same path although she didn't day train until she was closer to 3. She still very much needs her night nappies. I'm not too concerned about it.

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Posted 27 February 2013 - 11:34 AM

DS is still wearing nappies rolleyes.gif I would say he is maybe dry 3-4 nights a week now. Maybe I should give it another go. He is 4 in 2 weeks.
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#34 Monica

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Posted 27 February 2013 - 02:44 PM

I don't really care that Nina is still in them but as previously said, I would prefer to do it in the warmer weather so the thought of missing my opportunity and waiting another 8 months or so isn't appealing.


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Posted 27 February 2013 - 02:52 PM

Many factors come into night training...their development and when they are ready...some children take a bit longer than normal and usually night training is usually resolved around the age of 8 smile.gif

I wouldn't panic yet - you can only try - but if he is having more wet nights than dry try dri-nights and you will know when he is ready smile.gif

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Posted 27 February 2013 - 04:27 PM

Sophie was in and out of night nappies until she was 4.5. It didn't bother us half as much as the wet beds did!


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Posted 27 February 2013 - 08:59 PM

Lew's still in night nappies. We had planned to just follow his lead, but my mum never puts a nappy on him when he stays overnight at her house and he stays dry, but at home he's consistently got wet nappies each morning. I'm wondering if it's him not going to the toilet when he wakes in the morning or if he's in a lighter sleep when at my mum's.

We've discussed it with him and he's keen to try jocks (for now while it's still an idea rather than actuality), we've negotiated a reward with him if he keeps his remaining 4 nappies dry and we've told him we won't be buying more nappies. Fingers crossed it works this time.

My MCHN did say not to be concerned until well after they've started first year of school.

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Posted 27 February 2013 - 09:07 PM

Night 6 and I've just changed the bed at 9.15.
She did a wee at around 6 which was big then another before bed at 7.45.
I'm struggling to limit the water though, she's a very thirsty kid!

I have no nappies so we'll just keep going and continue to not make a big deal about it.
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Posted 27 February 2013 - 09:13 PM

Annabelle still wears night nappies at 4.5 years.

She would love to just wear undies, but every time we try (and we try for several nights in a row) she wets the bed and never wakes up. Either I wake her up when I check on her or she comes to me in the morning to tell me her bed is wet. She is such a deep sleeper.

I haven't worried too much about it ATM. I figure she'll work it out before long.

Louis was 3 in October and is nowhere near ready for undies overnight. He's still really lazy about going to the toilet! So frustrating!
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Posted 28 February 2013 - 09:13 AM

I would persevere, good to hear you have no more nappies. smile.gif

I day trained Ethan nearly 18 months ago (just before 3), and within a week he insisted on wearing only undies at night, I thought it would be a disaster, however in ~18 months he's had maybe 3 accidents. However he isn't the heaviest sleeper, he wakes up generally twice during the night to go to the toilet. I don't limit how much water he drinks later in the day. He seems to be an exception though in our group, as there are girls in our Mums Group that have been day trained since 2 and are wearing and wetting nappies at 4 at night. I really think it depends on how deep they sleep.

Could you start taking her to the toilet when you go to bed and if you go during the night? So many people I know do this with their kids and they say it saves wetting in early hours of the morning. Just leave her in her sleepy state and just carry her to the toilet and see if she will go.

Good luck smile.gif



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Posted 11 March 2013 - 05:08 PM

Just a little update. We hung in there and last night was the 5th dry night in a row smile.gif
It was as if Nina hit that magic 2 week mark and it just clicked. I fully expect regression at some point but she's ever so proud of herself (and us of her) so very determined to stay dry.

DH and I were a good tag team as well which for us is rare.

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