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When potty training, it is often best to let the child lead the way. If a child refuses a diaper at night, it could be time for nighttime training. A few nights of wet pajamas often trigger nighttime bladder control. Keep extra pajamas, underpants and sheets on hand for quick changes if necessary. If after a week, the child still wets each night, encourage diapers again. Sometimes, children who refuse diapers will accept a pull-up training pant.
|Jennifer Mathes, Ph.D.|