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So how many of these do you usually need? I bought one box of pull up's already and I won't start potty training for another several months. I just have no sense of how many of these things we will go through, so I have no idea how many to stock up on..
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So how many of these do you usually need? I bought one box of pull up's already and I won't start potty training for another several months. I just have no sense of how many of these things we will go through, so I have no idea how many to stock up on..
You need a sh!t load of these. In our daycare, they go to the potty every 30-45 min during training and get a new pull up every time.
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So how many of these do you usually need? I bought one box of pull up's already and I won't start potty training for another several months. I just have no sense of how many of these things we will go through, so I have no idea how many to stock up on..
I'd say to plan for it to take awhile before your kid is fully potty trained where you don't need these to get them through and then for the just in case accidents. I only have 2 kiddos myself, but that's my guidance.
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Very good price
Items:
$39.97
Shipping & Handling:
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Your Coupon Savings
-$6.00
Total Before Tax:
$25.98
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So how many of these do you usually need? I bought one box of pull up's already and I won't start potty training for another several months. I just have no sense of how many of these things we will go through, so I have no idea how many to stock up on..
Be careful when you start to PT. You could try the "it's 2 years today so let's start" but I feel it's better to wait for cues that your child is ready. They will grab their diaper, ask for changes, walk to the toilet, tell you they peed, etc. You don't want PT to be a negative experience that could make it much harder for yourself. Secondly, I would get another box at least because daytime training is separate from night time training. I didn't know this but sometimes there's years between the two. It's a psychological thing for the child to wake themselves up from sleep to go potty. And sometimes that takes months but sometimes years. It never hurts to have extra diapers. We started potty training months ago but I still use these on days we travel and I can't guarantee potty breaks, or if I know my kid is fighting pooing (you just wait 😆), and at night time every night. Kids get distracted when something changes from routine, so even play dates could reverse PT. So it's helpful to have these for a while, even if your child is mostly potty trained like mine. You just have to worry about size.
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Damn Amazon. I don't see the coupon
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$25.98 here with max SS.

Our twins are just starting to be cognizant of the potty.... diapers don't expire.
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Be careful when you start to PT. You could try the "it's 2 years today so let's start" but I feel it's better to wait for cues that your child is ready. They will grab their diaper, ask for changes, walk to the toilet, tell you they peed, etc. You don't want PT to be a negative experience that could make it much harder for yourself. Secondly, I would get another box at least because daytime training is separate from night time training. I didn't know this but sometimes there's years between the two. It's a psychological thing for the child to wake themselves up from sleep to go potty. And sometimes that takes months but sometimes years. It never hurts to have extra diapers. We started potty training months ago but I still use these on days we travel and I can't guarantee potty breaks, or if I know my kid is fighting pooing (you just wait 😆), and at night time every night. Kids get distracted when something changes from routine, so even play dates could reverse PT. So it's helpful to have these for a while, even if your child is mostly potty trained like mine. You just have to worry about size.
Thanks, that's good advice. I am not sure what our daycare situation will be at the time and I figure we will use a lot of these if we are in daycare and if not, we will probably go with the disposables at night mainly and attempt the other kind of training pants (thicker extra lined underwear sort of thing) during the day.

My mom actually told me the opposite on figuring out when to start potty training though. She said that with all 4 of me and my sisters, she waited and waited and none of us gave her any indication that we were ready to start. So two of us she trained at 3 yrs old and the other two at 2 yrs old. I figure we will try at 2 and see how it goes and if she isn't ready, just wait a while and try again. Plus my kiddo Hates diaper changes right now. She screams and cries and just absolutely hates them, even when it only takes like 30 seconds for a wet one. So the sooner we can get away from it, the better!
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Thanks, that's good advice. I am not sure what our daycare situation will be at the time and I figure we will use a lot of these if we are in daycare and if not, we will probably go with the disposables at night mainly and attempt the other kind of training pants (thicker extra lined underwear sort of thing) during the day.

My mom actually told me the opposite on figuring out when to start potty training though. She said that with all 4 of me and my sisters, she waited and waited and none of us gave her any indication that we were ready to start. So two of us she trained at 3 yrs old and the other two at 2 yrs old. I figure we will try at 2 and see how it goes and if she isn't ready, just wait a while and try again. Plus my kiddo Hates diaper changes right now. She screams and cries and just absolutely hates them, even when it only takes like 30 seconds for a wet one. So the sooner we can get away from it, the better!
You gotta try everything to figure out what works! Good luck to you 🙂 it's crazy at first but after she settles into a rhythm it's life changing! If you think you're going into daycare you might want to buy more. We did the pull ups for a couple of days then thicker lined underwear for 2 weeks, then regular underwear. It was very quick! But we do still use these as I already told you. Good luck!
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What's the deal again with the coupon? I'm not seeing it on my screen. Is there something I can do to get access to it? Or am I SOL?
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What's the deal again with the coupon? I'm not seeing it on my screen. Is there something I can do to get access to it? Or am I SOL?
I still see it. Have you used a deal like this (with a coupon) recently?
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May be coupon is only for Prime members
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So how many of these do you usually need? I bought one box of pull up's already and I won't start potty training for another several months. I just have no sense of how many of these things we will go through, so I have no idea how many to stock up on..
We used the oh crap method to daytime potty training (highly recommended). You won't need pullups to accomplish this. Even after getting them daytime potty trained you will need 1 per night for a while (maybe 6 months to 1 year+) for nighttime wearing until they are trained.
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Thanks, that's good advice. I am not sure what our daycare situation will be at the time and I figure we will use a lot of these if we are in daycare and if not, we will probably go with the disposables at night mainly and attempt the other kind of training pants (thicker extra lined underwear sort of thing) during the day.

My mom actually told me the opposite on figuring out when to start potty training though. She said that with all 4 of me and my sisters, she waited and waited and none of us gave her any indication that we were ready to start. So two of us she trained at 3 yrs old and the other two at 2 yrs old. I figure we will try at 2 and see how it goes and if she isn't ready, just wait a while and try again. Plus my kiddo Hates diaper changes right now. She screams and cries and just absolutely hates them, even when it only takes like 30 seconds for a wet one. So the sooner we can get away from it, the better!
Read oh crap!. It recommends against a lot of what you said. We were able to daytime train our 2 year old in a couple of days and others share this experience.
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