My daughter dont wear drypers during the day,only at bedtime,how do i get her off completely?

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Diana - posted on 09/30/2009

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my son is 3 and only has had one dry night... i work full time and it is to nuts for me. So pull ups it is, I am not going to push it just yet cause when I woke him up before I went to bed to go pee he was then wide awake and not very happy didn't want to sit on the potty either so why fight it. I will try again in 6 months. good luck

Helen - posted on 09/30/2009

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Already been some great advice about the cut down on drinks, toilet before bed, potty in the room and waking them up to pee before you go to bed yourself. I did all those with my little girl and she quickly got used to getting herself up if she felt she needed a wee. The only thing I would add is use a rubber undersheet and have a ready supply of clean sheets in the room or just outside, because the last thing you need is to spend half an hour trying to fix the bed so the little one can get back to sleep, because by that poin they're wide awake and kinda craky.

Roseanne - posted on 09/30/2009

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Quoting nicola:

cut down juice at night time and just go for it....make a toilet trip before bed! there will b accidents but its just perseverance. good luck. x


Thats good advice, plus what i found with my son was to have a potty in his room for when he needed the loo.



 



Mum used to wake my sister up during the night before she went to bed to make my sister pee, which she did and would quickly fall back asleep afterwards. This also helped her from wetting the bed.

Nicola - posted on 09/30/2009

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cut down juice at night time and just go for it....make a toilet trip before bed! there will b accidents but its just perseverance. good luck. x

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