I read that a lot of kids wear a diaper to bed for a year after they're potty trained during the day. No personal experience yet, but I know my daughter wouldn't be able to go without a diaper at night yet.
I didn't train the boys until they were dry at night, so they stopped wearing diapers to bed at age three. but all children are different and some wear diapers or pull ups much longer.
My oldest is the only one that's old enough to be potty trained and he still wears them at night. He's 3 and a half. I have a feeling it will be a while before he can go the night without them, he sleeps too deeply.
My DD was 3, but I have to admit last week she was sick, so I put her in a pull up for one night. I will skip the details, but glad I still had a few. she is 4 now, and boy were they tight, LOL.
my daughter was about 2.5 when i stopped putting one on her..
Basically,as soon as they were fully potty trained.(No more accidents during the day).
My daughter stopped at 3, my son stopped at 9 (he has autisim). Limiting flids a few hours before bed. Having the child try to potty before going to bed and first thing when they wake. If possible to wake her up yourself a few times a night and put her on the potty to go, even if she is half asleep. This will also narrow down when she is peeing in the middle of the night.
my 4 yr old still does but I just got him half trained a few days ago. he is slow cognetively and has the abilities of about a 3 yr old so I don't sweat it. he will get it in time.
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