Question - J is 13 months and for the last 2 months we finally graduated to cloth diapers at night. We have been doing cloth pretty much 100% during the day but a sposie at night, well i ran out of sposies and didn't want to buy any more - and i had invested in a couple kiwipie fitteds and wool covers (great diaper btw). Last night all my kiwipie's were in the wash (need to get more LOL) so i put her in a Grovia AI2 with 2 boosters and when she woke up this morning she was DRY - not even a little damp!!!
this has happened once or twice before, and some mornings she wakes up and the fitted is fully wet, and sometimes its barely wet or like today dry.
I almost never saw a dry sposie (used huggies naturals and they have wetness indicator so i could tell for sure). Do you think she is not peeing at night because she doesn't like to be in the wet diaper overnight?? or should i be concerned about dehydration?? she still nurses at 5pm, 8pm and a couple times overnight and drinks well during the day at the sitters....
I wouldn't worry. I have a friend whose toddler didn't wear a nappy overnight at around that age, she just didn't wee overnight even though she was nowhere near potty training age. She was a disposable nappy user. Then her LO started weeing overnight again when she got older, I think it's just one of those things!
Imogen is dry in the morning if we wake her up or change her straight away and has been for over a year. She does a massive wee about half an hour after getting out of bed. Sadly the concept of 'potty' has not yet made its way into her head
hmmmm thats an idea... i wonder if she wakes up dry i can get her to sit on her potty... i haven't actually introduced it to her yet although i have had thoughts of getting it out for her to learn about. im just not sure how to keep her on it until she has peed LOL i can just see her getting up, toddling off and peeing on the kitchen floor LOL
We have that problem too, she just gets up off the potty and walks away. I started putting her on the big potty and she's afraid so if you figure something out let me know because we had been getting her to use the potty pretty well until she learned how to walk away.
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