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  • The problem with these depends on the child they are used on
  • I prefer to use padded training pants with a plastic cover so that children can feel the true consequences of their actions

    • by rlister
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      I have mixed feelings on these. They do keep accidents contained which I will not ignore the fact that this can be a very positive thing.

      The problem with these depends on the child they are used on.

      It is very tempting for kids


      to view these as big boy/girl diapers.

      They want to grow up.

      They want to feel big and important.

      Switching to pull ups can make kids feel more grown up.

      Some children will be satisfied at this point and not progress much further ...


      • in their quest to use the ominous potty.

        When they know that any accidents will not be followed by embarrassing and uncomfortably cold and squishy feelings they are not as motivated to use the potty.

        I find that these work best for children that are

        just learning to control their bodily functions and use the bathroom on command rather than children who are practicing staying dry for extended periods of time.

        I prefer to use padded training pants with a plastic cover so that children can feel the true consequences of their actions.




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