If your baby is wearing disposable diapers, he's not going to get that wet sensation that babies in cloth diapers...
If your baby is wearing disposable diapers, he's not going to get that wet sensation that babies in cloth diapers get. I'm thinking that this is why, with few exceptions, the cloth diapered babies I've known potty train sooner than disposable diapered tots. You can do this: Once your little one is old enough, put him in underwear then place a diaper over the underwear. He'll feel what it's like to be wet, without you having to clean up major messes in the meantime. Another idea is to place a cloth liner inside a disposable diaper. Some cloth liners include; Bummis Bio-Soft Liners, Sckoon Organic Cotton Diaper Liner/Booster, or Organic Flannelette Diaper Liners. The liners will absorb much more wetness than plain old undies, but they won't absorb all the wetness. The point is to expose your baby to what it feels like to be wet, thus hopefully encouraging him to potty train sooner. A disposable diaper simply keeps your baby way too dry, perfect for small babies, but not so great for potty training. What potty training tricks have worked for you?

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