Potty Training doesn’t just happen overnight. If it did for you, kudos. For the rest of us puttering our way through the chaos of teaching a tiny, but fiercely independent little person about how to pee here’s to the joys of conquering a dry night.
I’m of the mindset that this is a skill that comes with time and it can’t be forced or trained into a child. So if you’re tired of buying pull-ups at the exorbitant price of $30/case let’s switch it up with reusables. I warn you now, the marketplace for night time quality training pants isn’t cheap, but it’s less financial waste, and environmental waste?
This is just a list of options if you are looking for cloth bedwetting solutions for your young child. Check out the wide selection of reusable pull-ups that can be easily washed and laundered. Switch to a cloth pull up over a disposable is easy, and full reviews of some of these products are available elsewhere on the blog.
Reusable Options to Conquer Nighttime Bedwetting
- Cloth Bedwetting Pad, like the PeaPod Mat, will save midnight sheet changes and mama peace of mind. You can get by on one, but you’ll want two. Buy them here: Canada & USAThis is a must-have. I still use my Peapod mat to this day. It’s perfect for all sorts of suprise messes and doesn’t break down like other mattress protectors. We have the biggest size.
- Omaiki Nighttime Hero Training Pants, available in sizes up to 12Y, these made in Canada, cloth training pants are the perfect addition to your bedtime routine. Absorbent, functional, and easy to launder, add Omaiki into your life for bedtime confidence.
- Super Undies Bedwetting Pants: Also available in bigger kids sizes, Super Undies offers customizable absorbency and easy-to-use function with these pull on covers. Pricer, but worth the transition for bedtime comfort. Buy them here: Canada & USA.
- Mother-ease Bedwetting Pants: Nothing gets more simple then this all in one pull up training pants made by Mother-ease for nights suitable for kids up to 65lbs!
- Big Diapers: If pull ups lack the absorbency you need or the price point; there are companies manufacturing larger size cloth diapers for kids 35 pounds plus. Check out the Size 3 options at AppleCheeks, Thirsties and bumGenius or visit a brand like Snap-Ez that specialized in cloth diapers for adults.
Not all Bedwetting Products are the same.
A quick search on Amazon brings up many products using these key words. What I know is that textiles are expensive and if you need overnight absorbency, it’s unlikely to happen with a $3-10 product. You pay for the quality of the material, the customer service to get you there, and a product that works.
Let me know what works for your young child? How have you tackled bedwetting in bigger kids?
I’d love to know if you have any other suggestions of Reusable Options for Bedwetting children! Share some great products in the comments below.