Perfect the transition from pull-ups to undies when you’re on the toilet training journey with your little one.
Pull-ups are a part of potty training, which often begins around age two or three, depending on the child. Some professionals recommend skipping pull-ups for daytime potty training and instead, go straight to incontinence underwear at night.
Many parents think there is a magical age at which potty training is easier. Some start sooner and other parents wait longer.
Here are some ways to know your child is ready to begin potty training with incontinence underwear:
- They’ve begun to pull down their diapers or pull-ups
- They show an interest in wearing underwear.
How to transition:
- Keep the new incontinence undies in the bathroom with their Pull-Ups.
- After a few weeks, ask your child if they’re ready to try them.
Sometimes, nervous children find it helpful to put their new underwear on over their Pull-Ups as they transition to incontinence underwear for kids.
Once your child seems confident wearing the new undies, you can slowly phase out Pull-Ups and encourage them to put their own underwear on.
As you progress through this potty training journey with your little one, stay positive and supportive. Incontinence underwear for kids is just one step in a big milestone for both.
Plus we have a booster pad pack available for extra protection.
Cloth undies are not as absorbent as disposable unless they are very bulky which most kids have found difficult to wear.
Incontinence underwear for kids with additional removable booster pads placed inside the undies and secured by 2 bands will provide extra protection