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About a week and a half ago, Liam stayed the night with his cousins. SIL didn't find his diaper in his bag so she just put him to bed in underwear and he woke up dry. So, I decided to just roll with it and quit using diapers at night. The first week was hit or miss, but the last four mornings, he's woken up dry.
I'm thinking about coming up with some kind of reward like a trip to Build-a-bear or something for another week of dry mornings.
That's great!! I've been putting off the night training assuming the poop training would come first, but now I'm not so sure. He's dry half the time in the mornings, but still having daily poop accidents and probably will be until he's in college.
I think Build-A-Bear is a great reward, he'll love it!
Liam was only waking up dry maybe twice a week before, but I think the diaper was a crutch, because he's done great since he's been in underwear.
Ditto... This is why we just did it. We didn't wait until his diaper were dry when waking up. Once he got the daytime down, we took away the diapers. We still have accidents but most night he does great.
That's great! A reward is a good idea but I think you should consider not making a big deal about it and just act like it's the most normal thing in the world and make sure all diapers/pullups are GONE. This is what we did last summer and never looked back.
WTG! we did rewards as well for Casey but each one was longer - like the first one was 3 days, then she had to go 5 days, etc. now she wakes up and is proud that she didn't have an accident but she doesn't expect a reward.