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HAS ANYONE GOT THE ANSWER????

(23 Posts)
ambrosia Sun 12-Jun-05 20:58:53

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jessicasmummy Sun 12-Jun-05 20:59:26

pull-ups?!

ambrosia Sun 12-Jun-05 21:00:20

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lilaclotus Sun 12-Jun-05 21:00:49

what about those pyjama nappy pants things?

ambrosia Sun 12-Jun-05 21:01:33

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jessicasmummy Sun 12-Jun-05 21:02:13

night-time pj pants... cant remeber who do them....

lilaclotus Sun 12-Jun-05 21:03:13

i've never used them, but seen them on the shelf in tesco

ambrosia Sun 12-Jun-05 21:03:38

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lilaclotus Sun 12-Jun-05 21:06:39

ah! they are called 'drynites'

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janeybops Sun 12-Jun-05 21:07:13

sticker chart for her to keep nappy on at night. only big girls have sticker charts...

ambrosia Sun 12-Jun-05 21:09:20

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janeybops Sun 12-Jun-05 21:11:02

bribery always works ime!

ambrosia Sun 12-Jun-05 21:12:05

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lilaclotus Sun 12-Jun-05 21:15:04

oh gosh, i didn't know that :/

Hulababy Sun 12-Jun-05 21:16:50

How about some reusable ones? They have some lovely designs and look more like pants than nappies. Have a look here for ideas. Depending of how much she wets in the night, we used reusable pull up pants - Motherease Bedwetters - which wrked well.

SPARKLER1 Sun 12-Jun-05 21:19:51

Do you put her on the potty just as she is going to bed? Try putting a bed mat (think they are made by pampers) under her as well as having the usual plastic sheet on the mattress. Let her go to bed without any nappies.

SPARKLER1 Sun 12-Jun-05 21:20:37

How old is she? If you take my advice just be prepared for a few nights of having to get up and change bedding. She'll get there in the end.

onlyjoking Sun 12-Jun-05 21:20:45

when you say she is wet in the morning is that wet in a nappy? you could try no nappy and those pampers caremat things to stop the bed getting wet, my girls were always wet when they had a nappy on but when i removed the nappy they were dry

ambrosia Sun 12-Jun-05 21:21:26

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ambrosia Sun 12-Jun-05 21:22:21

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onlyjoking Sun 12-Jun-05 21:24:19

thing is with my girls who have autism and were in nappyies until aged 5, they conected nappies with wee's, so for them no nappy on meant they didn't wee, also if she is wearing a nappy in bed if she wants a wee she may not be able to get the nappy off

ambrosia Sun 12-Jun-05 21:25:18

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onlyjoking Sun 12-Jun-05 21:31:13

maybe she is not ready for nappy free night then, we had problems with my three taking nappies off so we used to put them a leotard on with cycle shorts on top that stopped them

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