Thursday, October 4, 2012

PULL-up Diapers

Never let his bottle away

With lola
 
 
 
 
 
Whatever i do, I try not to scold or punish my child for wetting the bed. I don't want to make him feel bad about something he can't actually control. Nightime dryness is a tricky skill for a child to master, since it depends on his body being able to hold you know what i mean. For an extended period of time.  If your child is a deep sleeper,  On the process I'ts  more difficult because he hasn't yet learned to wake himself up and head for the potty when his bladder feels full. every morning to see whether he's managed to stay all night long. As soon as he's woken with a dry diaper a few times,
 
 I Tell him it's an experiment to see if it works, and give it a week or two. To help matters along, try to limit the amount of liquid he drinks in the evenings, and if he's already asleep, rouse him for one last potty trip before it turn in for the night. Yet, still it's dry in the morning. is dealing with  day to day and I know eventually it will be ok.  He's in underwear and that is hard for sometimes
I do not think it is a bigger problem. Now he wear PULL-up diaper
I make sure a waterproof cover or sheet adequately protects the  child's mattress. Then accidents won't seem like a big deal. When he does wake up wet, get him out of bed and into dry clothes as soon as possible so the accident  doesn't irritate the skin. I change his sheets and tell him to try again the next night. If after a few weeks my kid doesn't get wet in the bed  am glad he learn now because of PULL-up  well Tell him in a way that his body is ready to stay dry at night.
 
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15 comments:

  1. With my first daughter, I have never used a pull up diaper. I have potty trained her as early as 2.5 years old. With this second babe now, I don't know. Maybe pull ups will be a good option.

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  2. When my boy was 6 or 7,when he plays too long outside with other boys, sometimes he cant help but wet the bed at night, so we make sure he goes to the rest room before bedtime but I know sometimes he doesn't feel like peeing at the moment, well, he cant stop playing as well :)

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  3. kids are different, and sometimes they get an accident, but explaining to them and telling them they should listen to parents, is one thing we can do...

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  4. i sometimes scold my toddler, but no matter I tried, he just says, "I'm sorry mommy, it's a..accident..." poor thing, until now, we keep on potty training him and he has to use those pull ups at night time too.

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  5. when I trained my kids to go diaperless at night, I really bought a thin foam cover above the bed, coz as you said.. they can't really control it....so it saved the under bed from getting wet. :) they'll get over it :)

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  6. oh, I love those pull ups...look at him...such a cutie!

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  7. i did use pull ups with my son, it's easier and seemed better to use. They also make one for toddler too a diaper that designed like pull ups...

    anyway, your baby is so cute!!!!

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  8. awww! Look how adorable and chunky CJ is here Momi Marie :-) I miss those days when they are baby :-)

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  9. Yea i like pull ups better than the regular diapers. Btw, you have a handsome lil man!

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  10. Yes, similar experience or situation in her. I'm in the process of potty-training my toddler and knowing he is already 30 months old and still not started the training. Pull-ups are a great way to start and yes mattress protector helps big time too. Great tips and goodluck to us, Mama's ;-)

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  11. I have a baby now that I guess I potty train him early than his older brother. The older one was 3.5 yrs old. I used regular diapers...

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  12. cool. imma ask my wife if she knows about this.. :)

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  13. i never experience this to both of my kids. I am so grateful that I didn't have to worry about our kids bed getting peed on. when i started potty training them, i had them wear dipers at night just to make sure the bed is protected but for some reason they never peed at night time. They slept sound the entire night without peeing.

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  14. We are using pull ups too especially when we are out and about coz it is easy to wear :-)

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  15. I love how he is holding his bottle..

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