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Do I use nappies for commute to start with?

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Atomant Sun 04-Sep-11 23:56:11

Just started toilet training last week with DD who is 2.3. It's day 5 today and she's been dry all day today even did a wee in the supermarket toilets. No poos in the toilet yet, she's seems to be waiting for night time nappy for this. Don't think she's with holding, she seems to do it as soon as she wakes. Anyway, I'm back to work this week & we go on the train a couple of mornings to nursery, journey is about 30 mins door to door. I'm thinking I should maybe put a nappy on for this, it's a busy commuter train with no toilets and DD travels in the buggy. I don't want to undo any hard work but also can't bear the thought of DD being wet (or worse!!) during the journey. Any thoughts? Thanks...

nannyl Mon 05-Sep-11 17:03:42

instead of a nappy (which tbh i dont think is a great idea) why not put a pampers care mat in the buggy or a piddle pad or something?

and take a change of clothes.

that way an accident isnt disastrous!

PottyRefusnik Tue 06-Sep-11 14:14:37

Maybe a pull-up, so they are a bit different from nappies and are called something different so she doesn't think she is being put back into nappies?

Atomant Tue 06-Sep-11 23:43:45

Thanks good suggestions!

I've never even heard of a piddle pad I'm off to google now thanks.

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