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17.01.2014
Many thanks to ANA Founding Member, Catherine Wyrostek of Darlings Downunder, for sharing with us on this subject. Have you seen reusable training pants available online or in store and wondered if you’ll need them when your little one is toilet learning? As parents who have gone through toilet training with their little ones will know, for some toilet aware toddlers it can be a quick fuss-free experience, while for others it’s a process that can take many months of persistence and patience.
Once we had established our little one was ready to start learning we stopped using nappies, just like that.
As an aside, can someone explain why your little one will always say they need to go to the toilet when you are in the supermarket with a trolley full of shopping, and no toilet in sight….? Trainers also come in handy for travel and holidays, when children who are toilet training are out of their normal routine and there may not be quick access to a toilet.


The most important thing you need for successful and stress free toilet training is patience. Sign up for Cloth Matters - our monthly newsletter - to receive your FREE Cloth in Childcare Ambassador pack and help your centre support the use of cloth nappies. Instead, the fabrics enable the child to feel wet and start to be aware  when they have had an accident and need to go. Your little one can pull them up and down on their own which makes them feel part of the toilet learning process (and encourages them to use the toilet independently!) with the added benefit of being protected if an accident occurs. They can be washed with your nappies if you still have a child in nappies, or pre rinsed and washed with your regular laundry.
Depending on how may accidents your little one has, and what stage they are at with their learning, you may require as few as 2, or if multiple accidents are happening each day, perhaps 5 or 6.


With reusable training pants you don’t have to worry if it takes longer than you hoped.
Well, the problem was she took a little longer to learn to use the toilet than we expected, and she continued to have accidents, especially when we left the house. We thought it would be too confusing for a toddler to use undies some of the time and nappies the rest of the time, so we started using reusable training pants when we went out. The bonus for mums and dads who want to avoid changing clothes and mopping the floor is that most reusable training pants are not only absorbent enough to catch an accident, but also have a protective waterproof layer. There’s no ongoing expense of disposable pull ups, and your little one can take the time they need.



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