Pull-ups vs "Night-time" Pull-ups

Tracy - posted on 05/21/2009 ( 4 moms have responded )

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Just wondering if anyone knows if there is a big or any difference between the two? They are more expensive and my son is finally doing good at potty training but we are still wearing diapers at night, hoping to move him onto pullups and I still have some of the regualr ones left and wondering if there is a point in splurging on night-time ones,

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Kristina - posted on 05/23/2009

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ive read like every potty training book, and watched potty training dvds they say once you make the switch to "the big kid" pull ups your not supose to go back. However in my personal opinion id keep the diapers until he actually starts using the potty daily. Ive had my daughter in pull ups since she was 18 months shes now 2.5 and finally using the potty and staying dry most of the time at night. why we made the switch is she kept ripping off the diapers during nap and night time.

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hm...we tried huggies pull ups and nighttime pull ups, and we found the nighttime ones did hold better. my husband is pretty careful about pulling the nighttime pull up pretty high and checks the leg bands, to make sure our son doesn't wiggle it out of place too much. we've still had an occasional leak, but the pull up was drenched in the morning and almost always leaked. the nighttime ones seem to hold more.

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I have tried both and i don't think theres much of a difference. my worst problem is the pullup not staying in place or covering like it should, sometimes when my daughter gets up in the morning half her cheek is hanging out and thats usualy the cause of why her bed is wet..so just be prepared you might have some wet sheets...make sure that the bed has some kind of wet proof cover....i've tried the nighttime shorts on my son and they are definitly not worth the moeny, they are very bulky when on and it was hard to fit his pjs over them and they bunched up alot...right now i'm currently using pampers easy ups at nighttime and during the day for my daughter.. those so far seem to work the best for me...so i hope that helps some....

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