Friday, January 8, 2010

My Review of Dri Days Training Pants

Originally submitted at One Step Ahead

When your child is toilet training, he shouldn't be distracted by bulky, scratchy, uncomfortable pull-ons! Our design team performed months of research to bring you these remarkably soft, leak-resistant cloth pants (a great alternative to expensive disposals!). Very slim, and more absorbent tha...

Great for potty training, and ECing!

By jenneology from Seattle, WA on 1/8/2010


5out of 5

Gift: No

Pros: Portable, Playful Design, Easily Stowed, Easily Cleaned, Lightweight, Easy Setup

Best Uses: Traveling, Toilet Training, Potty Use, Hygiene

Describe Yourself: Parent of Two or More Children

We used these with my son when he was potty training and still sometimes find them useful for traveling, just in case we have a hard time finding a place to go.

With our second we tried another way and are using Elimination Communication with our 7 month old. I tried put these training pants on her just to see how they fit, and surprisingly the 2T fit just fine. We have been using them successfully if we miss an potty opportunity.

They are great because they hold in any pees and even poops (with the gussets) and don't leak easily. They are a perfect in between diapers and underwear. I'm glad I tried them with the baby too!

It would be nice if they were made in a 18M size because some families are able to start pottytraining at that age. More petite toddlers could also benefit from a smaller size, but like I said, they are fitting an infant just fine.


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