It's perfectly possibly she's ready. I know a few children (all girls) who have been out of night time nappies by 2.5. I would ditch the nappies, but put a plastic sheet under the bed for a bit in case she has accidents.
Dd was about 2.5yrs when she potty trained, was dry all night from start. She's now 6 and never had a night time accident. Ds was about 2.9 when he potty trained, he's now 4 and has had one night time accident. So she could well be ready and it feels great to be totally nappy free! *I use term potty trained v loosely, they both chose to do it themselves and needed v little input. I'm very much in the don't try til they are definitely ready camp
We went with it. At first we potty trained DS at home but still put him in nappies when he went to nursery. Nursery said that just confuses him so we stopped using nappies altogether - day/night/home/nursery. He had a couple of accidents but hasn't looked back at nappies since!
Really interesting! I hadn't heard of any children who had done day/night nappies at the same time, especially without specific 'training'. But it sounds like it does happen (despite my HV demanding it's impossible!)
Sounds promising - I think I'll get the spare sheets out and give it a try in the next few days. I may be having beginners luck but I'll only find out if I take the plunge!
I know of two boys who were dry at night at soon as he was day potty trained and one boy who was dry at night before potty training started, so bizarrely was in nappies during the day but not at night!
No idea if it's coincidence all three were boys...