Night Time Training

Nancy - posted on 01/16/2009 ( 5 moms have responded )

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We are looking for some advise on being able to get through the night staying dry. Our daughter does great during the day but not at nap and bedtime. Please give us some helpful hints

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Theresa - posted on 01/29/2009

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We've had a breakthrough.  We are now limitting liquids after 5, frequent stops to the bathroom and waking her up around midnight.  So far 3 dry nights out of 4.  It has been a huge morale booster for our daughter and with any luck we'll have it down in a week or so.  Daughter has been refusing to wear pull ups - maybe that helped?

Theresa - posted on 01/20/2009

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My daughter took a while to make it through naps dry - I'd say about 3-4 months after being potty trained (that was at 28 months).  Now she is 3 1/2 and still has night wetting.  Maybe she is a heavy sleeper, if I check on her mid-night she is already wet and sound asleep.  Hopefully she will outgrow it before she turns 10!

Crystal - posted on 01/16/2009

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I think some kids just take longer, my first dd was night trained before 3 but my middle dd is now over 5 and still wears pullups at night and is soaking wet every morning, she is also a very heavy sleeper so I think that is a lot of it. We will see with my last dd, she is staying dry most days, even during naptime but is still wet at night, but is just a little over 2. Good Luck!!!

Katie - posted on 01/16/2009

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My daughter is also doing great during the day, but wakes up wet in the morning (she does well at nap time, however).  From what I've found, it is probably just because they are not yet able to hold it that long.  If you're able to figure out something that works for you, let me know about it.  Otherwise, I think we just have to wait it out and be happy with being trained during the day! :)

Katie - posted on 01/16/2009

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My daughter is also doing great during the day, but wakes up wet in the morning (she does well at nap time, however).  From what I've found, it is probably just because they are not yet able to hold it that long.  If you're able to figure out something that works for you, let me know about it.  Otherwise, I think we just have to wait it out and be happy with being trained during the day! :)

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