CD training pant options?

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Registered: 10-20-2007
CD training pant options?
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Sun, 01-23-2011 - 8:08pm

My oldest DD is 32 months old, and I am trying to start the potty training process, although she is not too interested yet.

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Registered: 10-13-2006
Sun, 01-23-2011 - 10:51pm
I asked the same question a couple months ago, so you could scroll down a little to see responses.
We started last weekend with my DS who is 31 months. We are using gerber training pants from target for at home and at DC. We also have 2 Ime Vise training pants which are waterproof but won't hold tons like a diaper. We use those for going out and they are great. But I think the gerber are better for training because they have just enough padding to take care of a few drops, but more than that runs down his legs. He doesn't like that, and it only took about 5 hours for him to figure that out. He has been mostly pantless in the house this week so that he can easily get the training pants off and on.
Oh and they are the cotton gerber and not their horrible waterproof ones
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Registered: 03-26-2003
Sun, 01-23-2011 - 11:47pm
we have one pair of QTBunns (high rankings on Diaper pin, we had no idea when we bought them) and a few pairs of the SnapEZ but I find they're basically just a pull-on diaper, they use the same inserts and don't let her feel wet. We JUST got Gerber training pants and once DH has read his book, he'll hit it hard (he's home with her while looking for a job). So far, I really like them and think they'll be great. And they're cheap enough, so if we don't like them, we didn't pay 10-20 bucks for one pair!

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Registered: 06-16-2008
Tue, 01-25-2011 - 7:08am

A friend of mine found a lady on etsy to convent her prefolds into training pants - and they look fantastic. She used http://www.etsy.com/shop/MamaBearBabyWear

 


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Registered: 08-16-2004
Fri, 01-28-2011 - 9:03pm
It can be helpful to have ones they can pull up and down themselves. The imse vimse ones are easy to pull on and off but they don't hardly hold anything unless you put a doubler in there too. I really like using the plain cheap cotton Gerbers when at home. I ended up making my own easy to pull on and off waterproof trainers because I couldn't find one like that for cheap. Since then though I found Sassy Cloth, she makes affordable ones that can snap or be pull on.