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    Default Toilet Training and sleep

    So... what do you do for sleeps when they are still learning the whole TT experience?

    Do you put them in a nappy? a Pull up? or one of those nighttime pants?



    just wondering as Matilda is refusing to wear a nappy for her sleep today (If I can get her to sleep ) and wondering what everyone else does. I have put towels under where her bum is usually on the bed, hmmmmm...

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    I got a waterproof blanket thing from big W that I slip under Angus when he falls asleep.

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    Mackenzie is out of nappies for sleeping now - day sleeps last year and night sleeps in Jan this year (whoo!) but she still sleeps on the matress protector which goes over the sheet. I got it from K-mart for about $30. When we stopped wearing nappies for sleeps she just stayed in her knickers and I explained to her why she needed to sit on the toilet before she went to bed and she did great.

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    We have been putting Lachlan to bed in nappies, and in the time he has started TT (1.5wks) we have only had 3 wet nights.

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    During the day with Lindsay, I would put either a towel under him or get him to sleep on his car mat, which is made of linoleum. There were only ever a few times that he wet that during a sleep. With the girls, they would go to the toilet before their sleep and go again when they woke up and that worked well for us and I don't think either of them had an accident.

    Give her a go at sleeping without a nappy on but make a point of getting her to at least try to go to the toilet before sleep, to get her in the habit of doing it.

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