Join Date: Jun 2010
Location: Bucharest, Romania. Eastern Europe
I am 100% sure that cloth diapers do help, meaning that the children can actually feel when they are wet. However, since we started with the other ones, now I guess it's a bit too late. Maybe with the next one.
The disposable ones are so performant, at lest some a=of them, that the child actually can't feel much most of the times. I had mixed feelings when I heard about a kid who was 4 years old when he discovered with great surprise the mechanism of peeing. He had never been left out of them, so he had no idea he is the one thar produces it, where does it go, how does it look. All he knew was that the diaper was getting heavy.
Anyways, today is my kids last day with diapers...well...kind of. I will start from today, keep it up for 1 week and then see the results. In nursery I have to bring minimum 1 diaper though. They must wear them when they sleep at noon:/ I offered to bring water resistant mattress covers, let's see how that goes.
Potty ready, smartphone ready (yes, I am going insane, and yes, he has 1 bubble pop game he loves and I will use that to our advantage), chocolate ready.
Bracing myself and wishing for the best :)
Edit: would you suggest butt naked, t shirt and leg warmers, or pants, panties etc? I am not even sure what would be better. I think I'd go for the butt naked thing.
Last edited by inaclick; 04-30-2013 at 06:39 AM.