Review: Snap-EZ AIO Training Pants (Youth Small)
We struggle with potty training. My son was potty trained for 3 months and then regressed when we put him into daycare. He now screams when we try to get him to use the potty, so we've backed off and have him in diapers again. I thought that we should try something different and put him into cloth diapers since some people say that this helps with potty training.
I have always wanted to use cloth diapers, but this is the first that I've actually tried one. We tried the Snap-EZ AIO Training Pants shown below. In hindsight, I wish that I would have been using these all along instead of disposable diapers for a few reasons.
This AIO is soft and much more comfortable for him to wear than the disposable diapers he had been used to. He is also able to take these off on his own without problem, including unsnapping them when necessary. It has been almost a week and we haven't had a single leak. Woohoo! That was a big concern of mine. The only problem that we've had is actually a complement for Snap-EZ - these are so comfortable that he doesn't want to wear disposable diapers anymore. He only wants to wear this comfy AIO!
I hope that my son will go back to being potty trained. Once he does, I think that these training pants will still be useful for him to wear to bed at night since most little kids wet at night on occassion. I'm so happy that we decided to try a cloth training pant and that we went with Snap-EZ. If you have a little one and haven't tried cloth diapers yet, I think that this is a great one to try!
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