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how to night train a 3 year old
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Shaz2011 · 11/10/2012 18:28

My ds has been dry thoughout the day since he was 2 which I started him at 18 months but now I am thinking about getting him dry at nights he has started waking in the early hours of the morning crying cos he is wet & dosent like being wet but have no idea on how to do night time please can someone help

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3duracellbunnies · 11/10/2012 18:35

Don't think you really can train them at night time, they do it when they are ready, however I don't necessarily agree with keeping the disposibles going for ever, as sometimes they can be lazy (yes looking at you dd1) and can't be bothered to get up in the morning.

Ds is just 3, he's been out of night time nappies for a few months now, he is sometimes wet but only ever once a night so we just have a spare sheet etc under the top one.

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Nevercan · 11/10/2012 20:55

Just go for it and see what happens. Make sure they go to the loo just before they hop into bed and see...

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Fresh01 · 11/10/2012 21:31

Agree with give it a try and see what happens. DD1 had 2 accidents a week for 3 weeks then never wet the bed again, she was about 3.5 years old. DD2 is 5 and still wets the bed 3 nights a week........ DS1 has just started daytime TT and is now getting up with a dry nappy most mornings and he is 2.8 years old. Each child is very different.

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Shaz2011 · 12/10/2012 09:20

Thanks guys I think I will get it ago but only if he says he dosent want to wear the pull ups anymore

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lunar1 · 12/10/2012 09:23

Give it a try but I think night dryness is mostly down to hormone production. Meaning you may be on a losing battle if he is not yet producing enough if the hormone. Ds1 was dry at night from 20 months, took me till 3 to get him dry in the day.

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