Posted by Drea on September 14, 19103 at 00:17:17:
In Reply to: Re: Potty Training posted by Leslie on September 10, 19103 at 19:20:21:
I think The toddle ease holds more then the training pants. If your DD is just starting pt then I'd go the TE route if she is starting to catch her self and is only dribbling in her pants then finishes in the potty then go for the training pants.
: : I am trying to decide which is the best product to use for potty training my 27 month old daughter. I have a couple of pairs of Sandy's and AIO diapers. The AIO seems to be too bulky for my daughter to manage getting on and off. What I like about the Sandy's is that I am able to snap them off should she do a number 2. Seemed obvious to me that this would be the better solution but the large Sandy's are alittle to snug on her. I am torn between using the Toddler Ease Sandy's or the Mother Ease training pants. Any suggestions?
: oops, did that wrong, sorry!
: I have potty trained two children and I think a lot depends on how ready they are. If you are home with her full time, you could try an intense "no pants" period for a few days, followed by training pants, and Toddler Ease Sandy's at night. I have found that putting them back in diapers can slow progress. Of course it depends on what your goals are and how quickly you wish to accomplish them. Going diaperless is quicker but messier.