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    Question Toilet Training - overnight

    *tryping 1 handed....apologies 4 typos and grammar*!

    DS is fully TT during the day....but how do u go about night time TTing?

    His nappy is sometimes so full it 'overflows' sometimes its pretty empty.

    i dont want to TT him at night till he is really ready, but how do you know and how do u go about it?



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    Jack was fully TT day time around 2 1/4 but its only the last 3 mths he has gone without a night nappy, we decided to try earlier and he just wasn't ready then a few months back he asked to go to bed in jockies so we thought ok lets try adn we have only had maybe 1/2 dozen wet nights in 3 months he was just ready...I think wait a bit he'll let ya know when he is ready

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    Really just subscribing, but I'll offer what I've got

    DD TT during the day at 2.5 - so 18months ago. Despite many attempts and rewards charts and even bribes, when push comes to shove she just isn't ready - and she's happy to tell you that too - I just gotta remember to take that in. She always has a full nappy despite withholding drinks at night etc. She's under no illusions that she cannot wake up to go to the loo. She's a really heavy sleeper. My SIL didn't TT at night until 8 so I'm hoping DD decides before that.

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    Bailey tt overnight about 6 months ago - out of the blue. I had read tt for night was the hardest as the child is asleep (der!!! lol) and that waking them up to go to the toilet isn't recommended.....so I did not think it would happen till he was 4 or so, I guess my only advice is watch is liquid intake a few hours before dinner (we eat at 6pm and Bailey has about 1/3 cup of water with dinner and that's it, he wee's in the shower...lol.... and does one before getting into bed) and to just let it happen!

    Best of Luck
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    oh I never stopped fluids Jack still takes a non spill sipper to bed every night he wasw just ready some nights he drinks the 400ml then comes and wakes me for more

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