At some point, your child will start to show interest in potty training. That’s natural, and all children go through this phase. It’s important not to force it but let the child explore its interest at its own terms and pace.
When your child starts asking about the potty or the toilet, you should get them a potty or a toilet training seat (make sure they’re safe). They’re fairly inexpensive, and you don’t have to buy a premium version – as long as it’s safe to use.
At the same time, you should look for training diapers, also called training pants. These are great for a child interested in learning about the potty and going to the toilet but who has not quite mastered it yet.
These diapers are easy to pull up and down, and they allow the child to start exploring the wonders of toilet training while still wearing “diapers” (or pants, which they may want to call them, they’re big now!)
Training diapers, for some reason, use a different size scale. They go from 1T-2T, 2T-3T, 3T-4T, 4T-5T, and 5T-6T (sometimes higher).
We know it’s confusing, but just look at the suggested weight ranges, and you’ll know. Some manufacturers use small, medium, large and extra-large, but to minimize the confusion, we have translated those to the more common “T-T scale.”
To help you find the best prices on training diapers, just click the size (and brand) you need below, and we’ll show you the lowest diaperprice for each.
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