I think that when you take your oldest out of diapers that he will lose his cinfidence and may wet the bed again. If that does happen it may take a long time to get him trainned again. The best thing to do is to leave them in nappys until they dont wet at all. you can reply back i also have a yahh email address and messenger [email protected]
Like you. I have two DSs, ages 10 and 12, who will turn 13 this July. Both require nighttime nappies and rubbers. For daytime, especially if I take them anywhere, I will let them wear their padded trainers, disposable or whatever is handy under their rubbers. I hate public loos; and so do they.
Now in your post, you said:Most boys like to wear a babys nappy at bed time my two do Judging by my two, I couldnt agree more. But in regards to daytime, now that its getting warmer out, my oldest is quite content in parading around the house in just his athletic shirt and rubber pants with no diaper or training pants underneath! Now, Ive always been very laid-back about seeing them in their underwear. They have certainly seen me in mine. But this latest twist is something new.
By the way, my oldest has been showing signs of improvement, as his number of dry nights has increased. He has had only two nighttime accidents so far this month! Consequently, Im toying with the idea of discontinuing his nighttime nappy and rubbers, and simply rely on his rubber sheet to manage his bedwetting. I know this will probably generate more laundry, but I think it is the wisest choice. What are your thoughts?