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Gentle ways to encourage dry nights

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#26 MsLaurie

Posted 05 March 2019 - 12:47 PM

Do you have any sense of WHEN he’s wetting? Like is it around midnight, at 3am, or 6ish...? Depending on the timing, you might be able to wake him up just ahead of a wet. Tricky if it’s in the 2am-4am window though.

#27 Lifesgood

Posted 05 March 2019 - 01:07 PM

DD was nearly 9 before we used an alarm to get her out of night nappies. It took less than a week. In fact I think the alarm only went off the first 2 or maybe 3 nights and then she had it sorted.

We used the alarm attached to undies, then a pull-up over the top so we didn't actually have to change the bedding.

DS is now 8 and we intend to try the same with him.

We seem to have a family of night-wetters.

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