Back again talking about the potty today as part of my “How to Potty Train” series. When it comes to potty training children, one thing you might never hear about is what I like to call “stage 2” of potty training: training your toddler off pull-ups at nap time and during the night. The truth is, your child may be totally toilet-trained during the day, but dependent on pull-ups when she’s sleeping. I’ve had a varied experience with my four children that I’ve potty trained so far: one of my boys was in a pull-up for a long time, but my third was out of it in a week.
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Potty Training with Pull-Ups
Here are some tips that helped me out:
- Line bed with waterproof mat
- Keep a set or two of spare PJ’s and underwear nearby
- Schedule a trip to the potty late at night and early in the morning
For more useful tips on pull-ups potty training, watch my vlog!
You might also like:
- “How to Potty Train” Part 1: Potty-Training Readiness
- “How to Potty Train” Part 2: Essential Potty-Training Equipment
- “How to Potty Train” Part 3: My 5-Step Potty-Training Plan
- “How to Potty Train” Part 5: Why I Don’t Use Potty-Training Incentives
- “How to Potty Train” Part 6: Dealing With Anxiety