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Aibu to buy incontance pants insead of pull ups

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Catvsworld Fri 03-Jun-16 19:27:52

Well dd 3 and a half is very tall for her age and in September were going to try no pull ups at night shes dry during the day

However pull ups are no faking cheap haveing a look on eBay and it's cheaper for me to buy extra small incontance pants you can pretty much get double the amount for what I am paying for pull ups

I asked oh what he thought he just laughed at me that's not really a answer I can't tell if I am being savey or a bit odd

BlackVelvet1 Fri 03-Jun-16 19:30:52

Perhaps try a washable nappy? I have used the Totsbots peenuts when DS was potty training. They can feel the wet which should help them potty train.

AuditAngel Fri 03-Jun-16 19:31:49

What are you comparing them to? Aldi own brand, Asda or pampers?

I begrudged the price too, especially as DS wore them until he was 7

Catvsworld Fri 03-Jun-16 19:33:00

Oh good so it's not as silly as dh made me feel

bostonkremekrazy Fri 03-Jun-16 19:36:42

lidl £3 for 18 size 6......will those not fit? my 3.5 yr old average size dd fits in size 5 - bargain as 20 in the pack lol

KP86 Fri 03-Jun-16 19:38:09

Tesco (generic) and Asda (Peppa Pig branded) both have 3 packs for £10 of their nappy pants, which are basically pull ups.

ICanSeeForMiles Fri 03-Jun-16 19:40:39

You can buy what's basically incontinence liners for kids that have little accidents. They're made to fit inside children's pants, called Dry Like Me. I got ds them from amazon.

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