How did you get away your kids with diaper?

Urinate at bed - How did you get away your kids from diaper
@agihcam (1915)
Philippines
June 27, 2008 8:55pm CST
Our four kids all in a maximum get away wearing diapers at the age of one and half years old. When they reach at age of one year old, I sacrifice having wake at 12 midnight just to bring my kids to the bathroom to let her/him urinate, then bring back to bed to sleep again. This affect my sleep but then save a lot of money for the diapers. How about you? How did you get away your kids from diaper?
3 responses
@salonga (27957)
• Philippines
28 Jun 08
Yes, it takes a mother's sacrifice to train the child. If the mother is lazy then the child will not get over his diapers. My child was 4 month's when I trained him by waking up at least 2 to 3 times or even more in the middle of the night to bring him to the bathroom and because of this even before he reached the age of 1 he was already not using his diaper.
@magrylouyu (1632)
• United States
28 Jun 08
My oldest daughter still has problems at night at 4 1/2 but I think it might be a bed wetting problem. I too wake her up. I wake her up at 1 or 2am (I am a night owl) to go potty. She then stays dry. I do put pull ups on her 2-3 times a week because there are times I cant afford to do laundry or I am extreamly tied. That's awsome that people have children potty trained by 1 year old.
• United States
28 Jun 08
since i have two boy i am letting their father do the training for them. we bought a potty and he would sit the potty in front of the tv and he would make my son sit on it for about an hour a day without anything on. that way he didnt have any choice but to use it on the potty. and we would let him run around without a pamper on for about an hour. you will know when it is time for children to be trained becuase if they are able to tell you when they have to pee or poop then it's time. and it got to the point that whenever he felt like he had to go andhe had nothing on he didnt have a choice but to use his potty. also we rewarded him when he went by hisself because if they feel like its a good thing when they go then they will want to go all day and that'll will help them from being scared like some kids are. once we started praising him next thing i knew everytime he felt like he had to pee he would go and i would laugh because he really didnt pee it was more like he dripped but he wanted to get a reward so he would try and force it out of him. and he like the song that his potty played when it flushed so that kept him going as well.