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    Posted: 02 May 2012 at 2:52pm
I'm looking for a beginner trainer for dd.  She's 1 1/2 and pretty good about taking herself to the potty but does have accidents.  If I put her in a cloth diaper she'll just go in it and not attempt pottying at all.  If I leave her bare bum I find puddles occasionally...I find that yucky and she likes to splash in them ... sorry if it's TMIEmbarrassed  I'm looking for something waterproof that she can pull down herself.  I was thinking ladder hill design but am not sure if they are great or not.  Anyone have experience with this brand?  Any other brand suggestions?  I've tried Gerber training pants and find they don't hold a single pee accident.Angry 

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Post Options Post Options   Quote samsmum Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 02 May 2012 at 3:00pm
I posted a similar question about trainers a few days ago and got some good rec.'s. Ladder hill was one. They look amazing that's for sure. I have a few of this and that but we haven't really started wearing them so I can't speak to them yet.
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By not holding a pee accident, do you mean her pants get damp or that there is a puddle to splash in? 

My favourite trainers were Little Star (from No Babies Allowed on HC), but they aren't leak proof.  The crotch is PUL so it will hold a dribble, but a full pee seeps out the sides and you need a new pair of pants.  Since it is seepage, there isn't a puddle.  In a weird way, I didn't mind the wet pants because I could see and change her at once so she wasn't used to being wet any more.
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Originally posted by Dec1st Dec1st wrote:

By not holding a pee accident, do you mean her pants get damp or that there is a puddle to splash in? 

My favourite trainers were Little Star (from No Babies Allowed on HC), but they aren't leak proof.  The crotch is PUL so it will hold a dribble, but a full pee seeps out the sides and you need a new pair of pants.  Since it is seepage, there isn't a puddle.  In a weird way, I didn't mind the wet pants because I could see and change her at once so she wasn't used to being wet any more.
 
I saw those the other day but now I can't find them on HC. Do you have a link?
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http://hyenacart.com/stores/NoBabiesAllowed/

It looks like they closed yesterday to complete a big order.....  What size are you looking for?

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I usually have her pantless with just the trainer on around the house or else bare bum with an oversized shirt that just covers her bum.  With the trainers I put her in today ... I think they're called bright bots or something similar it caught the pee/no puddle but I would like something completely waterproof.  I have 2 other kiddos and am pregnant with number 4 so I don't always notice right away they she's gone... would love something waterproof.  Gerber didn't hold nothing...puddle on the floor!
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What about a flip trainer? 
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Are flip diapers the one's that have a disposable insert???  My kids are highly allergic to anything synthetic. Are the flip trainers similar in design with a disposable insert?
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Post Options Post Options   Quote J2 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 02 May 2012 at 9:53pm
i think flips have a cotton insert too. i'm looking at them for harry. hmmm...think i might need to start a spin off.
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I just ordered a pair of the flips. Haven't got them yet though.
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The flips have a fully cotton (organic I think) insert, which is really soft. They seem super absorbent, and a girl at my brick and mortar said her toddler fell asleep in them accidently, and they didn't leak.
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Originally posted by rustygriffen rustygriffen wrote:

The flips have a fully cotton (organic I think) insert, which is really soft. They seem super absorbent, and a girl at my brick and mortar said her toddler fell asleep in them accidently, and they didn't leak.



oooh awesome!
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