Anyones March 2008 babies still need diapers at night. Never wakes up dry.
Kerry - posted on 06/25/2012
My daughter hasnt had a dry night in months, yet my youngest daughter turning 3 next week hasnt had a wet night for almost a year, i think its that she has such a deep sleep that she doesnt wake up, also she can go for ages without the toilet through the day.
Jamie-lee - posted on 05/14/2012
My son is just starting to stay dry, I haven't bought pull ups for like two months, but probably half of that time resulted in mega laundry washing. I refuse to go backwards though because I know he is ready. He is a very heavy sleeper so I have to wake up 2-3 times a night and make sure he gets up to use the bathroom but if you are wiling to put the work in, it will be worth it. We have just started a system that for every seven days he wakes up dry he will receive a surprise. It can be big or small which is the beauty of making it a surprise...moms get to choose!
My son was dry through the night 90% of the time before he was even really potty training. He's been fully potty trained for about 15 months now and has only ever had one wet bed.
His big sisters, on the other hand, didn't start to be dry through the night consistently til 4.5 and still had wet beds on occasion (w/ decreasing frequency) til 8.5 years old.
Every kid is different and it will happen in the child's time. Our ped doesn't even think to consider treatment until the child is 8 because of how common and normal it is.
Amanda - posted on 03/05/2012
Heather, cut his fluids down at night, make sure he goes to the toilet before he goes to bed and wake him up again before you go to bed.
I want to night train my son but I'm not prepared to do it at the moment as my son has sleep apenea and I refuse to wake him up when he doesn't sleep properly to start with
Amanda - posted on 01/27/2012
My son still has a nappy at night. He has had times where he is dry 3 nights in a row and every now and then he will have a dry night then goes back to having a full nappy over night.
I'm not too worried at the moment, although it would be nice not to have to buy nappies for him anymore
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