Do these exist? And if so, how good are they on an older baby/toddler? We're still getting on with cloth but I find myself drawn to the ease of tab-free nappies as she gets older. I'm not sure if I'm willing to lay in a whole other stash just yet but I'm curious.
Yes there are loads if you google. Flip training pants are some of the latest.
ETA - Just noticed your LO's age though. I think you'll find most pull ups are made with potty training in mind so you might find sizing an issue, plus with training pants they're either meant just to contain the immediate flood or will only contain one wee. Most aren't stay dry either because you want a toddler to feel when they've wet themselves.
Thanks! Yeah, it was something I was thinking about for when she's older. Our nephew is about a year older than LO and we were admiring the (relative!) ease of his nappy changes. Now she already tends to pull one tab off as I'm trying to adjust the other.
I just got the Flip trainers, and they are definitely more like pull on diapers than training pants since they're waterproof and pretty absorbent, and since they adjust in size they're not very trim. They're a little big yet on my 18 lb baby, but if your baby is 20+ lbs they will probably fit.
My 28 month old wears the flip trainers and they can fit him on the smallest rise but we do the middle rise now so I don't see them fitting a baby younger than a year or older but I may be wrong we just got them a couple of months ago I use them as diapers instead of trainers since he isn't wanting to pt he is 29 lbs and I'm not sure how tall but he just went through a growth spurt in height.
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